Obama’s Immigration Plan Could Benefit Thousands Living in Kentucky

Politico reports on the sweeping actions unveiled by President Barack Obama late last month regarding immigration reform. The president’s plan would protect as many as 5 million immigrants who are undocumented from deportation.

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Number of Undocumented Immigrants Has Been Declining in Kentucky

It appears the state of Kentucky is one step ahead of President Obama when it comes to reforming immigration policies. According to the Pew Research Center, the number of undocumented immigrants has been declining steadily across the entire state since 2009.

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ACLU Reports 83 Percent of Deportees Don’t Receive Hearing

Deportation is always a contentious issue, no matter what your opinions on the subject. Civil rights groups emphasize that deportation breaks apart families, but proponents say illegal immigration threatens the U.S. economy.

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New Report Suggests Immigrants Boost Economic Growth

It’s no secret that immigration and deportation are controversial topics. Many opponents of immigration reforms show a concern that an influx of immigrants may have a negative effect on the economy. Those in favor of reforms argue that it is a basic human right to receive fair […]

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A Look at the Complicated Concept of U.S. Naturalization

The U.S. naturalization process is complex and often misunderstood. In theory, the law is simple: You are either a citizen of the United States by birth or by naturalization. Despite its apparent simplicity, the reality is that the process of naturalization is complex and challenging.

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