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The Obama Administration has expressed hope that the US Congress would be able to pass the immigration reform bill, even as the House of Representative Speaker John Boehner remained doubtful about it.
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Obama suggested in an interview aired Friday that he may drop his insistence that any legislation include a special pathway to citizenship for the 11 million people already in the US illegally.
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President Barack Obama has made a plea for Republican cooperation on immigration, seeking common ground by year`s end in the aftermath of the divisive partial government shutdown.
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IT major Wipro today said it expects that the final version of the proposed US Immigration Reform law will not have "harmful" provisions that have been passed by the Senate.
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The bill before the US Congress relates to immigration reform, including restriction on deploying resources on-site, higher visa costs and increase in wages for H1-B visa holders.
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South Asian groups in the US have expressed disappointment over the Supreme Court's decision not to strike down a controversial provision in Arizona's immigration law that they say will result in racial profiling and grant sweeping authority to police.
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The Supreme Court Monday largely sided with Obama administration over a controversial Arizona law on immigration.
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A few hundred protesters, some toting placards reading "no to racial profiling," marched through downtown Phoenix on Wednesday.
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The government plans to introduce new rules to curb immigrants' rights to settle down permanently in the UK, a move likely to adversely impact thousands of Indians seeking to live in the country.
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Terms such as "permit" and "exemption" will no longer be used.
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Jessica Alba has slammed the new Arizona state immigration rules, branding the legislation "a very racist, foolish law".
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Eva Longoria-Parker along with other celebs have come together to take a stand against the Arizona immigration law.
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