The Federal Government Employed 60 Thousand Undocumented Workers With Low Wages

They held in detention centers received payments as low as 13 cents per hour. The U.S. government is the largest employer of undocumented immigrants in detention even without paying through economic and despite that prohibits hiring private companies, the newspaper The New York Times. The newspaper, citing...
Posted On 27 May 2014
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Radiography Of The U Visa For Victims Of Violence

Recipients must prove they are victims of crimes such as murder, rape, torture, sexual exploitation and blackmail, to tampering with a witness, obstruction of justice and illegal / unjustified detention. Ten ml quotas for each fiscal year, by order of Congress The first installment of U-visas is delivered in late...
Posted On 17 May 2014
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Ask Michelle Obama To Help Stop Deportations

Mothers Day is coming and many came to the capital to fight deportation. Dozens of immigrant mothers and activists from across the U.S., including California Marbled Betty, asked the help of the First Lady, Michelle Obama, that she was once a stop to the deportations and the Obama Administration extended the...
Posted On 08 May 2014
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Speed Up Your Working Visa To America (Category H-1B)

Who issued. Visas H-1B exist to assist American companies are experiencing a temporary shortage of skilled labor. H-1B visa category issued by specialists of different professions coming to the U.S. to work. Family member’s visa holder H-1B (husband, wife, unmarried children under 21 years) was obtained visas H-...
Posted On 07 May 2014
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Will The Last Chance Of Immigration Reform?

Immigrant activists claim that reform is not approved in August, will not be performed. Prepare a final effort Activists of unauthorized immigrants in the United States are preparing a final effort to persuade the House of Representatives to pass a immigration reform this summer considering it one last chance soon...
Posted On 03 May 2014
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Visa for America

Want to go to America? Then you will need to have a visa. There are many different visas available, such as a visa for a temporary visit, which is controlled by the visa waiver program. Are you going to live in the United States, working or studying? Then there is again required. Quite a different visa Want to...
Posted On 04 Apr 2014
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Chileans Already Enter The U.S. Without A Visa

Waiver Program travelers may only use authorized by U.S. airlines. The Chilean tourists and business men can only stay for 90 days on American soil. Chileans began to enter the U.S. without a visa from the Zero Hour on Monday March 31, as was announced in the second week of this month during a visit by Vice...
Posted On 31 Mar 2014
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Immigrants Seeking Three Miracles: Talk To The Pope, To Stop Deportations And Reform

Pope Francisco will meet on Thursday at the Vatican with U.S. President Barack Obama. Activists in Chicago and Los Angeles Francisco expect to get what Congress and Obama have been denied. On the eve of a meeting waited months and so far has not been confirmed, two groups of immigrants who traveled to the Vatican...
Posted On 25 Mar 2014
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Activists Travel To Rome To Ask The Pope To Help Stop The Deportations

On March 27 march in the Plaza de San Pedro while President Barack Obama will meet with Francisco. A group of activists for the rights of immigrants traveling on Friday the Vatican to meet Pope Francisco, who will be asked to help stop the deportations. “La Casa Pontificia assured us is confirmed Thursday...
Posted On 21 Mar 2014
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