Time is running out to pass immigration reform before the approach of the mid-term elections effectively precludes congressional action, US President Barack Obama said Tuesday during a meeting with leaders of law enforcement.
President Barack Obama warned Tuesday a narrow two to three month window remained to pass immigration reform before mid-term elections, seeking to keep alive perhaps his last hope for a major second term domestic achievement.
US President Barack Obama today convened a meeting of religious leaders to hold discussion on the immigration reform as he looked to ratchet up pressure on House Republicans to take the bill this year.
US President Barack Obama on Tuesday said that the country`s immigration reform, currently underway, should be able to attract "the best and the brightest" people from across the world "in a legal fashion".
A bipartisan group of senators plans to announce a deal within a week on the fate of over 11 million illegal immigrants, including some 260,000 Indians, living in the shadows, according to a media report.