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Obama prioritizes national comprehensive immigration reform law

Posted on November 1st, 2013 No Comments

President Barack Obama stated on Thursday, October 24 that it is imperative Congress pass a national comprehensive immigration reform law. White House officials have proclaimed that this goal is at the top of Obama’s agenda for his talk at the East Room of the White House, to be participated in by members of both the Senate and the House.

With the government shutdown finally concluded during the third week of October, Obama has made the immigration reform law his priority and has tasked Congress with finishing deliberations on the proposed legislation this year so the law could be signed at least by early next year.

The Senate passed its bipartisan version of the bill last June and wants the House to follow suit. Republicans in the House of Representatives, however, are more amenable to a piece-by-piece type of legislation.

The United States’ immigration law is complex, often making it difficult for immigrants to get the citizenship, visas, and more. If you are struggling with immigration-related issues, our attorneys at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, can help. Call us at 512-323-2333 today.

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