US economy poised for 'breakthrough' this year: Barack Obama

In his annual State of the Union Address, Obama said immigration reform is key to economic growth of the country.

Thousands march in US for immigration reform

Thousands of people have poured into streets across the United States in a push to overhaul immigration and end the legal limbo of more than 11 million undocumented immigrants.

Provisions of Immigration bill self-defeating for US

Certain provisions of the current immigration reforms bill, in particular those related to the H-1B visas, are self-defeating for the United States, a top Indian economist has said.

India expressed concerns over US Immigration Reforms Bill

India has raised its "strong" concerns over the US' proposed Immigration Reforms Bill saying that it would adversely impact domestic IT industry, Parliament was informed on Wednesday.

Key US senator sees deal this week on immigration

Negotiators warned of struggles ahead, but all involved are optimistic that it`s time to make the biggest changes to the nation`s immigration laws in more than a quarter-century.

US senators closer to immigration deal

A bipartisan group of senators is closer to a deal on immigration reform to resolve the problem of 11 million illegal immigrants, including some 260,000 Indians, according to a media report.

Obama comes out with his immigration reforms, seeks Cong nod

US President Barack Obama has come out with his much-awaited comprehensive immigration reforms that, among other things, will pave way for legalisation of more than 11 million undocumented immigrants.

Green cards to be easier for Indians

The comprehensive immigration reforms will, among other things, pave way for legalisation of more than 11 million undocumented immigrants.

Comprehensive immigration reform good for US economy: WH

A comprehensive immigration reform is a good thing for the United States as this will not only unite the country but also benefit its economy, White House said Tuesday, a day after President Barack Obama in his inaugural address vowed for it during his second term.