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Blame pushed on Obama for stalling immigration reform

Plenty of immigrants and citizens in Riverside may have had reason to celebrate recently. This is because the House Republicans finally announced that they would be sitting down to work out their own version of a bill which would change current U.S. immigration law to make it easier for immigrants within the country to become legal citizens.

Deportation may drop once shackling stops

Those in Riverside who have had to deal with immigration related issues know how devastating deportation risks can be. Even people dealing with family immigration can end up being split from their children or spouses and deported. This is part of why many people consider it important to reform how current immigration related issues are handled.

Deportation percentage continues to drop

The fight for a better path to obtaining residency has been piquing the interest of many lately, including residents of Riverside. The spotlight on a new path to citizenship is due in part to renewed focus centered on deportation and the families that deportation has torn apart. Many are currently fighting to speed up the immigration law changes to prevent this from continuing to happen.

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