User: newstrust Topic: Immigration
Category: Immigration Issues :: Chain Migration
Last updated: Jun 20 2018 23:31 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Donald Trump to back GOP Bills on migration 20.6.2018 Hindu: International
They would fund the Mexico wall
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Trump declares that his voter-fraud conspiracy theory is 'not a conspiracy theory' 6.4.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Nonsense.
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Trump tried going big on DACA. Now he should go small. 4.4.2018 Washington Post
Trump tried going big on DACA. Now he should go small.
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She saw anti-immigration politicians as hypocrites. So she launched ‘resistance genealogy.’ 14.3.2018 Washington Post
She saw anti-immigration politicians as hypocrites. So she launched ‘resistance genealogy.’
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Talking Sense About Immigration: Rejecting the "Good Guy" vs. "Bad Guy" Narrative 13.3.2018 Truthout - All Articles
President Trump speaks during a meeting with lawmakers on immigration policy in the cabinet room at the White House in Washington, DC, on Tuesday, January 9, 2018. (Photo: Jabin Botsford / The Washington Post via Getty Images) President Obama's widely popular Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which offered some 750,000 young immigrants brought to the United States as children a temporary reprieve from deportation, is ending ... except it isn't... except it is... President Trump claims to support it but ordered its halt, while both Republicans and Democrats insist that they want to preserve it and blame each other for its impending demise. (Meanwhile, the Supreme Court recently stepped in to allow DACA recipients to renew their status at least for now.) On a single day in mid-February, the Senate rejected no less than four immigration bills. These ranged from a narrow proposal to punish sanctuary cities that placed limits on local police collaboration with Immigration and Customs ...
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Senate fails to advance any immigration proposals 15.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
The Senate failed to pass any immigration legislation before a self-imposed Friday deadline. Without a bill, roughly 700,000 immigrants stand to lose legal protections as early as March 5.
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Immigration push hits a wall as Senate deadline nears 15.2.2018 Minnesota Public Radio: Law & Justice
Senators have made little progress toward an immigration bill that can pass ahead of the chamber's self-imposed Friday deadline.
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Bid to help immigrant 'Dreamers' may bog down over issue of family reunification visas 14.2.2018 LA Times: Nation

As the Senate considers protections for “Dreamers,” the debate has quickly turned to the question of whether those who achieve legal status should be able to sponsor loved ones to join them in the United States.

The White House, with legislation crafted by GOP leaders, wants to block future immigrants...

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White House floats an offer to keep legal immigration at 1 million per year instead of cutting it 11.2.2018 LA Times: Nation

As the Senate prepares to begin a free-wheeling debate over immigration next week, White House officials have begun floating a possible compromise idea — a pledge to maintain legal immigration at current levels, about 1.1 million people a year, for more than a decade.

President Trump has proposed...

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Trump’s schedule shows that his daily briefing was only daily in three weeks of his presidency 9.2.2018 Washington Post: Politics
Eleven times, he's tweeted within half an hour of the briefing starting.
'Chain migration' is not bringing floods of terrorists to America 7.2.2018 Washington Post: Politics
The idea of one immigrant bringing in scores of relatives is nearly impossible.
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Debunking Three Myths Behind "Chain Migration" and "Low-Skilled" Immigrants 5.2.2018 Truthout.com
Trump has embraced the rhetoric of "chain migration" to spread the message that the United States is legally letting in too many of the wrong kind of immigrant. The term, however, distorts the facts.  President Donald Trump has embraced the rhetoric of "chain migration" to spread the message that the United States is legally letting in too many of the wrong kind of immigrant. That term, however, distorts the facts.  As a scholar on  US immigration law and policy , I'd like to correct and contextualize the numbers on the now maligned "family-based immigration," and uncover the biases that underlie the preference for the "highly-skilled" immigrant. Family immigration is subject to significant limitations and it exists because American values include ideals such as family unification. Myth #1: Family Immigration Is Unlimited On Jan. 5, the Trump administration published its framework on  immigration reform and border security . To fulfill its promise to cut lawful immigration by half, the proposal limits ...
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Do Democrats even want an immigration deal? 2.2.2018 Washington Post: Op-Eds
They seem to care more about bashing President Trump.
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We've weaponized immigration rhetoric, from chain migration to Dreamers 31.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary

A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but that logic doesn’t apply to immigration-related rhetoric. Political leaders and activists have weaponized specific words in an ongoing battle for the hearts and minds of the American public.

Take “chain migration,” an academic term that has recently...

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What Trump’s address sounded like, in eight American living rooms 31.1.2018 Washington Post: Politics
In New Jersey, Michigan, Denver and Phoenix, people listening compare the president’s speech to what they see in the United States.
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Trump’s State of the Union: A diatribe against immigrants 31.1.2018 Washington Post
Trump’s State of the Union: A diatribe against immigrants
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Speech used soaring rhetoric — and many dubious facts and figures 31.1.2018 Washington Post
Here’s a roundup of the president's most dubious claims.
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Trump's first State of the Union address, annotated 31.1.2018 Washington Post: Politics
A full transcript of the president's speech, plus context and analysis
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Trump says chain migration allows 'virtually unlimited numbers of distant relatives' 31.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary
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Trump pledges: 'We will continue our fight until ISIS is defeated' 31.1.2018 LA Times: Commentary
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