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Nevada Senate Urges Congress to Pass Immigration Reform

Senators in Nevada passed a bill that is a nonbinding measure to urge the United States Congress to pass a Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill. The Senate Joint Resolution 21, as it is known, passed unanimously on April 20, 2015 where it will now head to the Assembly for review. The bill seeks changes that could […]

Obama Delays Immigration Efforts to Give GOP One Last Attempt for Reform

President Obama is holding off on a plan to ditch Congress and enact changes to United States deportation laws through the White House in hope of an immigration reform plan from the Republican-controlled U.S. House of Representatives. According to our U.S. immigration attorney in Los Angeles, the White House has decided to wait until after […]

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11 Ways Immigration Reform Helps the U.S. Economy

1. Reform would bring in more money than it costs in benefits While many critics of immigration reform argue against the cost of providing increased public benefits, analysts say high spending is not a likely consequence. A Congressional Budget analysis of George W. Bush’s 2007 immigration reform proposal found it would cost the U.S. government […]

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Republican House Reveals Immigration Reform Principles

On Thursday, while at a GOP conference Cambridge, Massachusetts, Republican House Leaders laid out long-awaited immigration reform principles. The principles, suggest a broad step-by-step piecemeal plan that would include stricter border security and enforcement, an overhaul to the legal immigration system and a form of legal status for those who are in the country without […]

House Republican Backs Legal Status for Immigrants

The Third-Ranking House Republican, Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (CA) addressed his personal view on the contentious issue of Comprehensive Immigration Reform during an interview in his hometown of Bakersfield, California. JCS Immigration and Visa, Los Angeles Immigration attorneys, stay up to date with the latest news on Comprehensive Immigration Reform and are glad to see […]

4 Reasons Immigration Reform Will Pass in 2014

Last year, our team of Immigration Attorneys in Los Angeles speculated that the Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill would likely pass after a long debate in 2013. Now, in January of 2014 after delay due to the Republican-lead House, we are again anticipating final passage of such a monumental reform bill. Likely to be a key […]

Ask The White House: Immigration Reform

Our Immigration lawyers in Los Angeles constantly monitor changes and updates in Comprehensive Immigration Reform and we wanted to share a sit down interview with Vice President Joe Biden and Cecilia Muñoz, Domestic Policy Advisor discussing the White House’s fight for Immigration Reform. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eQooyr7F1Ro

House Speaker Boehner Rules out Immigration Reform This Year

JCS Immigration and Visa, a U.S. Immigration attorney’s office located in Los Angeles, aims to keep up to date with all immigration news in order to keep our clients in the know. As reported by CNN yesterday, House Speaker John Boehner eliminated any doubts that Comprehensive Immigration Reform efforts were dead this year. Boehner repeated his […]

Group of Democrats Introduce Their Version of the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act

LOS ANGELES, CA – October 2, 2013 As advocates of Comprehensive Immigration Reform, JCS Immigration and Visa Law Office is excited to see that further progress is being made in the House. Based out of the Los Angeles area, our knowledgeable U.S. Immigration attorneys monitor the latest news on immigration and Comprehensive Immigration Reform to […]

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Top 5 Reasons Why Immigration Reform is Likely to Pass This Year

As Labor Day approaches and Lawmakers prepare to return to Washington, the on-going talk about Immigration Reform ignites. Below are the top 5 reasons why Immigration Reform will pass this year. Reason #1: In order maintain control of the House, Republicans can afford to lose a maximum of seventeen seats in the mid-term elections. There are […]