Friday, November 30, 2012

Barack obama immigration reform

  • Mexico's Pena Nieto backs Obama immigration reform push

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Mexican President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto on Tuesday backed President Barack Obama's planned push for U.S.

  • Immigration Reform: The GOP Must Take These Steps on Immigration to Win ...

    In the 2012 election, Latinos were an important force in securing a victory for Barack Obama. Latinos supported the president ... Obama failed to deliver comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) in his first term, as he had claimed he would. Yet Obama ...

  • Inside the Boiler Room: Immigration reform in Obama's 2nd term

    MARK MURRAY: Domenico, I agree with you that it would be comprehensive immigration reform particularly in that it is his second term.

  • Is Immigration Reform Just Talk?

    Positions were staked out, no progress was made, but both presidential candidates, John McCain and Barack Obama, pledged to make immigration reform a top priority. Obama won. And, nothing. Though Democrats controlled the White House, Senate, and ...

  • Analysis: Fiscal battles could sideline U.S. immigration reform

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama's re-election this month gave supporters of comprehensive immigration reform an immediate dose of optimism. They hoped that Obama, bolstered by the 70 percent-plus support he received from Hispanic ...

  • Obama: "Seize The Moment" And Pass Immigration Reform

    President Barack Obama expects that an immigration reform bill will be introduced shortly after his inauguration, saying Wednesday that "we need to seize the moment" and tackle the issue.

  • Obama fighting tech-backed visa reform

    President Barack Obama has surprised many by opposing an immigration reform bill backed by a host of major tech companies that would let U.S.

  • Obama rejects Republican immigration reform bill

    United States President Barack Obama [ Images ], who pledged that enacting comprehensive immigration reform would be a priority in his second term, has rejected a Republican-sponsored immigration bill that would have created a new green card category ...

  • Immigration Reform Effort To Begin In Senate Post-Inauguration

    WASHINGTON -- Senate Democrats are planning to quickly revisit immigration reform after President Barack Obama's inauguration, according to several Democratic sources. What type of legislation they will end up pushing has yet to be discussed in detail.

  • Editorial: Time is right for immigration reform

    But in the aftermath of President Barack Obama's re-election, made possible in part by lopsided support from Latino voters, the Republican Party may be getting religion on immigration reform. It's either that - support reform as the essential first ...

  • Obama committed to immigration reform: White House

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Barack Obama will push for comprehensive immigration reform, his spokesman said on Monday, an accomplishment that eluded him during his first four years in office.

  • Now is Time to Take the Lead On Immigration Reform, Mr. President

    It was Harry Reid who very craftily stopped immigration reform back in 2007. The compromise had been worked out by Senators Ted Kennedy and John McCain.

  • Obama expects immigration reform 'very soon' after his inauguration

    President Barack Obama gestures as he answers a question about immigration reform during a news conference in the East Room of the White House in Washington Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2012.

  • Dream Act immigrants eligible for Nevada driver's licenses

    Ruben Kihuen hugs Astrid Silva while they gather to listen to President Obama's announcement of new immigration reforms Friday, June 15, 2012, at the offices of the Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada. By David McGrath Schwartz (contact) ...

  • Debate on immigration reform leading nowhere

    8, 2012, calling on President Barack Obama to fulfill his promise of passing comprehensive immigration reform. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen).

  • A Test For Liberalism

    ... intransigence this week, ultimately wants and needs a fiscal deal: President Obama, though reelected, has no hope of a second-term legacy of immigration reform, tax reform, or climate-change legislation (if he even wants it) if he drives the nation ...

  • House Speaker Boehner says Obama must lead on immigration reform

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - John Boehner said on Friday the country's immigration system was broken, although he did not offer solutions and said President Barack Obama had to take the lead. Immigration reform is becoming a priority for Republicans after ...

  • Immigration reform takes giant leap forward

    President Obama promised supporters that immigration reform will be a key part of his second term agenda. "We need to seize the moment," the president said today in his first press conference since winning the election.

  • Mexican President-Elect Pena Nieto to Meet With President Obama

    Four days before taking the oath of office, Mexican President-elect Enrique Peña Nieto plans to meet with President Barack Obama and will likely discuss immigration reform. The president and Vice President Joe Biden plan to discuss with Peña Nieto a ...

  • Policy: Immigrants brought to US as children can stay

    New government figures show more than 53,000 undocumented immigrants have been approved to stay in the country under President Barack Obama's new immigration policy. College student Karla Rojas and Telemundo's Jose Diaz-Balart discuss.

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