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CAP: The Criminal Alien Program

Posted by Matthew Green | Jan 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Criminal Alien Program (CAP) is a broad immigration-enforcement program that is responsible for initiating a large number of removal proceedings throughout the U.S. This program has been around for decades, but it is still largely not understood by many.

Who Are the "Desirable" Immigrants?

Posted by Matthew Green | Jan 28, 2014 | 0 Comments

The recent immigration reform bill, known as S. 744. includes a merit-based point system that will be used as a means of allocating new immigrant visas each year. If this system is implemented, a minimum of 120,000 aliens would be permitted to obtain immigrant visas based on accumulated points.

Immigration Reform: Canadian Visa

Posted by Matthew Green | Jan 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Over the past few weeks, I have written about various sections of the 2013 immigration reform bill. This proposed legislation, known as S. 744, was passed by the Senate last year. Unfortunately, S. 744 did not see the same success with the House. In order for any bill to become law, it must be passed by both chambers.

Immigration Reform: The Gang of Eight

Posted by Matthew Green | Jan 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

The 2013 immigration reform bill is an important piece of legislation. This proposed bill has been passed in the Senate, but has yet to see the same success in the House. The law contains policies relating to a number of different immigration aspects.

Immigration Reform: Agricultural Workers (Part One)

Posted by Matthew Green | Jan 15, 2014 | 0 Comments

At this point, the immigration reform bill is known as S. 744 and is made up of a number of different policies and regulations. Today’s piece will discuss sections 2211 and 2212. These two sections allow for an accelerated path to residency for agricultural workers through the issuance of a “blue card.”

Thousands Attend Immigration Rally in Phoenix

Posted by Matthew Green | Dec 09, 2013 | 0 Comments

On October 5, thousands gathered in the city of Phoenix to attend a rally to advocate for a resolution regarding immigration reform. This date was termed the National Day for Dignity and Respect by immigrant advocacy groups. The rally was meant to reinvigorate immigration efforts in both Washington D.C. and Arizona.

Detention Bed Mandates in Arizona

Posted by Matthew Green | Nov 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

Whether you are actively involved in immigration reform issues or even if you just glance at an online news source every once in a while, you have undoubtedly heard about a variety of immigration matters and concerns.

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