First Step in Visa Modernization: Making the Wait More Palatable
A positive step has been taken to encourage noncitizens to “stay the course” as they endure long waits for permanent residence. But only legislative reform will truly resolve the problem.

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How Should the U.S. Respond to the Syrian Refugee Crisis?
To date, the United States. has taken in 1,500, or less than 0.03 percent of the total in need. There is clearly no doubt that Americans and our international neighbors expect a stronger response from the United States than we have seen to date.

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Five Families Released After Prolonged Detention
The government has released five mothers and their five children, ranging in age from three to seventeen years old, from the South Texas Residential Family Detention Facility in Dilley, Texas.

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What Will Congress Do on Immigration in September?
Immigration will be affected by any congressional action (or inaction) on spending bills, four immigration-related programs are scheduled to expire this month unless Congress reauthorizes them.

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