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US Chamber of Commerce CEO Pushes for Immigration Reforms

US Chamber of Commerce CEO Pushes for Immigration Reforms

The United States (US) Chamber of Commerce CEO, Thomas  Donohue, pushes for immigration reforms to fix the broken immigration system which is not helping businesses, employees and US economy. The outdated…

Obama and Boehner Discussed Everything But Immigration Reforms

Obama and Boehner Discussed Everything But Immigration Reforms

United States (US) president Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner met in Oval Office for about one hour today to discuss broader range of matters. The sources said that…

17800 New US Citizens took Oath During Presidents Day Naturalization Ceremonies

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) had honored Presidents Day this year by welcoming approximately 17,800 new US citizens during 148 naturalization ceremonies across the country from February…

Deportation of Undocumented Immigrants and Obama’s Options

Deportation of Undocumented Immigrants and Obama’s Options

The United States (US) President Barack Obama is facing increasing opposition from within his own party members on higher numbers of deportation of undocumented immigrants during his tenure in White…

Canada Extends Citizenship to More “Lost Canadians”

Canada Extends Citizenship to More “Lost Canadians”

Canada’s Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander has announced  to grant Canadian citizenship to more “lost Canadians” through the Bill C-24, the Strengthening Canadian Citizenship Act on February 21, 2014.…

EU Immigrants Love to Settle in United Kingdom

The migrants from European Union love to settle in the United Kingdom as the statistical data from Eurostat clearly indicate that UK is the number one destination in EU. 566,044…

Ontario Immigration Minister Wants More Autonomy

Ontario where most of the new comers from around the globe prefer to settle after immigrating to Canada is seeking more authority and autonomy on immigration matters from the Federal…

EU Migrants Must Meet Minimum Earning Threshold for Benefits

Migrants from the European Union (EU) will require to earn minimum wage of £150 per week in the United Kingdom (UK) to take advantage of both in-work and out-of-work benefits…

Quebec Proposes Changes in Immigration Program for Skilled Workers

Quebec Proposes Changes in Immigration Program for Skilled Workers

The Canadian province of Quebec is following the foot step of Federal government by introducing changes in the process by which the foreign skilled workers will be selected. The first…

US Immigration Reforms First then Border Security – Survey

US Immigration Reforms First then Border Security – Survey

People in the United States (US) see reforming the immigration system that would provide legal status to the undocumented immigrants already in the country as a priority over the strengthening…