The Evolution of American Immigration Policy
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Immigration has always been a hot topic of discussion in the United States. For instance, the people who enter the US whether on Migrant or Non- immigrant status has raised heated debate now. Politicians and other state bodies try to negotiate on better policies possible to address the issue affecting more than 11.3 million people […]

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Eleanor Roosevelt by William Youngs
1419 words 3 pages

Eleanor Roosevelt is viewed as an important figure in the current stability of the Civil Religion today. She participated in promoting Civil Religion in America and across the world. As a result of her early experience in life, Eleanor Roosevelt was able to establish a better life in which she was an activist and an […]

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Republican and Democratic Parties in Present Texas
1428 words 3 pages

The Democratic Party originated from the anti-federalist groups during American’s independence from Britain. The groups were organized into the Democrat and Republican Party by James Madison, T. Jefferson and other Federalist opponents in 1792. On the other hand, the Republican Party is younger, and it was founded in 1854 by the anti-slavery modernizers and activists. […]

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DREAM Act and Immigration Reform
663 words 2 pages

Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minor Act which is acronymic have DREAM Act, is an American legislative bill that was introduced in the house of senate back in the year 2001 amid the month of August with the point of granting either conditional or permanent residency to the undocumented immigrants found in the United […]

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Immigration Laws of United Stated
1315 words 3 pages

The immigration laws are still undergoing reforms and Americans are divided on the support of these laws. A group of Americans approve of the immigration laws stating that they will be beneficial to both the Americans and the immigrants. In general, Americans prefer that a small number of immigrants be allowed to the United States […]

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Popular Questions About Immigration Reform

Is there any momentum for real immigration reform?
As the partisan divide in America appears to grow wider each day, few issues unite people from all political and personal backgrounds. However, momentum for real immigration reform continues to unite Americans across the country.
Who is the Federation for American immigration reform?
The Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) is a national, nonprofit, public-interest, membership organization of concerned citizens who share a common belief that our nation's immigration policies must be reformed to serve the national interest. Visit FAIR's website at www.fairus.org. (PRNewsFoto/FAIR)
Why is immigration reform important to business owners?
Take for example Ross McGregor, the president of Pentaflex Inc. He recently joined OBIS because he believes immigration reform can help alleviate workforce issues. Like many business owners, he is not only facing a labor shortage but also high turnover rates. He recently hired 20 Haitian immigrants to stabilize his workforce and reduce turnover.
Is the Ohio Chamber of Commerce for immigration reform?
That’s why one year ago, the chamber joined Ohio Business for Immigration Solutions (OBIS), a coalition of Ohio businesses, trade organizations, city chambers and economic development groups who support commonsense immigration reform.