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March 2013 Archives

Supreme Court ruling could help same sex immigrant couples

While U.S. v. Windsor focuses on how the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) may affect how same sex couples are recognized for tax purposes, the Supreme Court's ruling could change how they are recognized for immigration purposes as well.

Rand Paul latest conservative to support citizenship path

In our prior posts we reported on how some Republicans opposed a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants in the proposed bill for immigration reform. In the time since that last post, it appears that sentiments are slowly changing.

Colleges and universities call for immigration reform

While lawmakers debate provisions for their respective versions of immigration reform bills, support for changes are being made by university and college presidents. A group of leaders from Cornell University, Miami-Dade College, and Arizona State University sent a letter to college presidents across the country calling for them to support reform efforts that would bring foreign students to U.S. college campuses.

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