United States President Barrack Obama accused critics and opponents of his national comprehensive immigration reform measure as people who are not thinking about the “human consequences” of deporting certain immigrants, the News & Advance reported.
On February 4th at the Oval Office, Obama met with six young immigrants who are in danger of being deported back to their countries should the initiative passed by the Republican-led House of Representatives get approval in both houses of Congress. Obama said he feels for the human casualties that might be affected by this move.
Should the proposed legislation come to pass, it would overturn Obama’s executive decision to minimize deportations and allow some illegal immigrants to work in the United States. Obama, however, would likely veto the legislation.
The immigration process can be long and involve tedious documents and legal procedures. Similarly, immigration laws are constantly evolving and changing. Should you encounter difficulties in the immigration process, seek representation from the legal team at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, by calling our Austin offices at (512) 323-2333 today.
President Barack Obama was scheduled to present new executive proposals for Congress during the first week of the new year on home ownership, tertiary education, and job growth – all of which fell on the same page as the proposals he presented during the first week of January 2014, according to an Associated Press article.
The Republicans, which make up most of the House of Representatives, have a different agenda for the start of 2015. They have their own set of policies on foreign relations, the environment, and one of the hottest topics in legislation recently, immigration.
Obama’s recent immigration action is one of the key issues that many predict Republican legislators will begin attempting to dissemble.
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Democrat senators crafted a bill that seeks to cut by $1 billion President Barack Obama’s request for emergency funds for the support of Central American children crossing the United States border alone, the Associated Press reported on July 22.
Senate appropriations committee chairwoman Barbara Mikulski, a Democrat representative of Maryland, was scheduled to file the proposed legislation on July 23. The measure, which slices Obama’s $3.7-billion funding request to $2.7 billion, will include appropriation for the $225-million Israel Iron Dome missile defense system that will be created to intercept short-range rockets and mortars, and $615 million to address wildfires.
The proposal will be met with Republican demands to alter the 2008 policies allowing each refugee child to stand before an immigration judge, so their exit from the U.S. will be expedited.
The immigration attorneys at Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, are experienced with all legal matters involving immigration and citizenship. To discuss your situation with a knowledgeable representative, call our Austin offices today at (512) 323-2333.