Obama reaffirms US immigration reform before the end of 2014

President Barack Obama yesterday confirmed his promise to issue decrees on immigration matters at the end of the year, despite the election results that yesterday gave Republicans the control of Congress. Obama said he will contact the leaders of both blocs in Congress “to...

Obama urges Hispanic to vote in legislative elections

On Thursday, President Barack Obama urged Hispanic leaders to vote in the November elections to achieve an immigration reform, buried by Republican opponents in Congress. “To move beyond what I can do in a limited way, we will need to have legislation. And in order to have...

Obama delays immigration measures

On Monday the president of the U.S. Barack Obama said at the White House, he intends to take action on enforcement immigration measures before the end of this year, two days after the president had announced he would not act on it before the November elections. “He will...

Senate enables possible final approval for immigration reform

This morning, the U.S. Senate approved to limit the debate on the immigration reform that includes the legalization of 11 million undocumented immigrants and toughening the border control with Mexico. The motion, with 68 votes in favor and 32 against, paves the way for the final...

Suppression of the white card in Cuba

As announced by Raul Castro’s government yesterday, Cubans will just need a passport to travel. This new immigration law (effective within 90 days) means the end of the white card, an authorization to leave the country delivered by authorities, and the invitation letter...

US Supreme Court Will Work on Health and Immigration Rulings

During the upcoming days the United States Supreme Court will have far-reaching implications regarding issues in American politics: health care and immigration. The US Supreme court strikes down 3 of 4 points of the immigration provisions in question. Now the police require to...

US Elections 2012: Romney Promises Reform of Immigration Law

The Republican candidate for the upcoming elections, Mitt Romney, would pursue some type of comprehensive, long-term reform to America’s immigration system. The Republicans are accusing the US President Barack Obama of playing with politics, when he announced that the government...