Washington, DC – El senador demócrata de Nueva Jersey, Bob Menéndez, presentó anoche el “Acta de Reforma Integral de 2010” junto al presidente del comité Judicial del Senado, Patrick Leahy. “Con la presentación de un plan de reforma migratoria integral, el senador Menéndez le está dejando en claro al movimiento pro reforma, al Congreso y … Continue reading »
“There is a rich precedent supporting the service of non-citizens in the U.S. military. Since the Revolutionary War, non-citizens have enlisted in the armed forces for service during periods of national emergency. Today, about 35,000 non-citizens serve, and about 8,000 permanent resident aliens enllist every year. The DREAM Act represents an opportunity to expand this pool, to the advantage of military recruitment and readiness.”
With the media reporting on Whitman’s alleged “nanny scandal,” where does CA gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman stand on the issue of immigration reform?
Many are having a difficult time believing Meg Whitman now that she’s embroiled in a “nanny scandal.” Given her blatant hypocrisy and deception as a candidate on where she stands on the issue of illegal immigration, is it any wonder?
If the allegations made this week by her former housekeeper turn out to be true, California gubernatorial candidate Meg Whitman (R) is more than a little hypocritical when it comes to employers who hire undocumented immigrants. Following is a quick recap of the various immigration positions Meg Whitman has held to date.
Whitman, Rubio y Angle demuestran que sus intentos de apelar al voto hispano confligen con el mensaje a su base Washington, DC – Los recientes desarrollos en tres importantes contiendas en diferentes puntos del país, resaltan la dinámica en juego para los candidatos republicanos en el tema migratorio: en el proceso primarista apelan a la … Continue reading »
Introduced by Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Senator Patirck Leahy (D-VT) on September 29,2010, the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2010 addresses the many ways in which our immigration system is broken, and offers a complete solution to end illegal immigration and restore fairness to our immigration laws. Following is a summary of the legislation.
On September 29, 2010, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) introduced the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2010. The Act addresses the many ways in which our immigration system is broken, and offers a complete solution to end illegal immigration and restore fairness to our immigration laws. These are the highlights.
30/09/10 a 2:31pm por America’s Voice Español Sets the Stage for Action on a Federal Solution as Soon as Possible Washington, DC — Last night, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy filed the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2010. America’s Voice is issuing a three page and one page summary … Continue reading »
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) will be uniting with progressive leaders from a broad coalition of organizations working for immigration reform, justice, jobs, and quality education at the One Nation Rally this Saturday, October 2, in Washington DC.