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Democratic, Republican leaders say comprehensive immigration reform could pass this year

Earlier this month, Democratic San Antonio, Texas Mayor Julian Castro and former Republican Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour both stated their belief that Congress could pass comprehensive immigration reform this year.

According to Castro, passing immigration reform can be a matter of timing, and that when the Republican primaries are over, the passage of immigration legislation might be a little easier.

Castro also mentioned that legislators might find a way to resolve political obstacles such as the issue of border security, saying that border security is a term that is “rarely defined” and has been used “politically in a way that ends the discussion.”

Barbour also mentioned border security and highlighted the importance of ensuring that the U.S.’s border is secure, but also stated that he believes immigration reform can be achieved in an “appropriate” way. He also noted that if immigration reform fails, Republicans will likely be blamed for the failure.

Our attorneys at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, know that the immigration process can be incredibly confusing and difficult to navigate, and we are dedicated to making the process of coming to the United States as easy as possible. Call our Austin offices at (512) 323-2333 to learn more about what we can do to help.

Republican, Democratic candidates in Texas mark different stances on immigration law

Republican candidates in Texas are of the opinion that stricter policies on immigration would make them popular with state voters as they plan for the March 4 primary elections, looking for support from the party’s base.

Contradictory to this position, the Democrats are banking on strengthening policies for immigrants to work for them, as they plan on capturing the Hispanic voter sector.

State Republicans are veering away from the national party’s more moderate stance on immigration laws to accommodate the wishes of Republican voters in Texas, who are hoping for the implementation of more stringent immigration policies.

Here at the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, we understand the full range of immigration and citizenship needs that those residing in or hoping to come to the United States deal with, and we are ready to put our years of experience to work for you. Please visit our website or contact us at 512-323-2333 if you are interested in learning more about what we can do to help you.

Texas business group leader supports bipartisan immigration reform

Eager for the business sector to be protected instead of being the enforcement body when it comes to the state’s immigration system, the Texas Association of Business (TAB) announced Monday its support for bipartisan, comprehensive immigration reform.

Teaming up with a group of religious leaders and law enforcement, TAB’s president Bill Hammond announced this position a day before President Barack Obama’s State of the Union Address and two days preceding the Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearing on the comprehensive immigration reform proposal.

Among the formed group’s main objectives for immigration reform are establishing worker programs, setting a proper citizenship procedure for aspiring citizens, and creating mechanisms for border security and community safety.

If you have questions about visas, naturalization, or any other immigration concerns, contact the Law Office of William Jang, PLLC, today by calling 512-323-2333.

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