KEYE CBS Affiliate Story Featuring Partner Delisa Bressler on President’s Executive Order

  If immigrant rights advocates sound less than enthusiastic these days, they have their reasons. Israel Guerrero and his friends are disappointed by President Obama’s just-announced plan to provide relief for families who are in the US illegally. Guerrero says,...

Obama ‘looking forward’ to immigration order

By Justin Sink President Obama is “looking forward” to taking executive action on immigration, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said in an interview published Tuesday. “The president is disappointed that this legislative solution won’t be achieved, but the president is...

President’s Executive Order to Benefit Employment-Based Immigrants & Entrepreneurs

In conjunction with the exercise of President Obama’s executive authority to improve the way our immigration system functions while waiting for a more comprehensive immigration reform bill from Congress, the President has directed the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS),...

Millions of Undocumented Workers and Families to Benefit from Exercise of President’s Executive Authority

On Thursday, November 20, 2014, President Obama announced that he will exercise his executive authority to remove the threat of deportation of those undocumented immigrants who have been in the United States for at least five years, have at least one U.S. citizen or lawful...

Foster: Executive action on immigration was precedented, right thing to do

The immigration reforms by Obama, like previous presidents’ unilateral orders, will help the U.S. By Charles C. Foster President Barack Obama’s Thursday night announcement constitutes historic, sweeping and necessary action to not only do what is the right and...

Obama’s Executive Action Isn’t Outrageous. It’s How Immigration Reform Gets Done.

Since 1965, almost every legislative change on immigration has been preceded by a decision from the White House to allow some undocumented foreigners to stay here legally. By Fawn Johnson The playbook is pretty simple: Parole some undocumented people. Wait for the furor to die...

Obama moves ahead on immigration overhaul

By Kevin G. Hall and Lesley Clark McClatchy Washington Bureau November 20, 2014 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama moved Thursday to halt deportations for nearly 5 million undocumented immigrants, defying congressional Republicans who called his unilateral action an affront to...

Local immigrants hoping for reprieve from deportation

Experts say action by Obama could impact as many as 5 million By Lomi Kriel Updated: November 20, 2014 1:33pm For the past seven months, Maria Espinoza and her family have been in hiding, changing their address, listing their bills under the names of friends and relatives. After...
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