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Orphans Suffer as U.S. – Russia Tensions Escalate

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Today marks the beginning of a sad era for Russian orphans. Earlier in the day, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a bill outlawing American adoptions of Russian orphans. As a result, there are forty six children currently hanging in limbo, as their adoption processes were initiated before the legislation went into effect. It remains to […]

WITH GOVERNMENT AT STANDSTILL, PRIVATE ENTERPRISE BEGINS TO TAKE ACTION

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  By: John Nicholas Mandalakas* It seems like when you hear immigration today, everyone is centered on migrant workers seeking unskilled jobs, but there is a huge section of immigration that is often overlooked. Take for instance, the American Scientist Shortage—that is to say, the lack of graduates for Science Technology Engineering and Mathematic (STEM) […]

Reactions to Obama’s Two-Year Reprieve Announcement

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By: Lusine Lisyanova President Obama’s recent announcement of a two-year reprieve for certain undocumented youths living in the United States has given rise to a number of opposing opinions. Many immigrant parents are preparing to file paperwork so that their children can receive deferred action for two years. Yet, many others are skeptical. Several days […]

SECURE COMMUNITIES SHUT DOWN OR A BIRD OF A DIFFERENT COLOR

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Finally, the day has come where some common sense has been injected into 287(g) Secure communities program that should never have been implemented to start with and was doomed to failure from its inception. This program trained local officers to act as immigration officers without the training or knowledge needed. Close to 70 agencies had […]