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The Future of Immigration Reform

by | Nov 15, 2014 | Immigration, Immigration News

With the 2016 elections focused on national issues, our elected officials and candidates should have an incentive to work to enact immigration reform for the betterment and competitiveness of our country.  The President has indicated that he might take Executive Action  but has not offered details on what that might be.  It is expected that he might expand Deferred Action.  Republican leaders have acknowledged that they will work to enact bipartisan bills.  One item remains clear – Immigration will continue to be a hot issue in the White House and Congress in the years to come.



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