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August 17, 2012

Comment: Last Second Victory - Lauren Gray, the British-born daughter of a couple who gained citizenship through the E-2 visa category, was just weeks away from being forced to leave the country until DHS granted her a two year reprieve only after Senator Claire McCaskill steeped in and personally contacted Janet Napolitano. Ms. Gray is about to turn 21 and was not able to extend her visa. She graduated from an American university and, like many recent graduates, is currently seeking her first post-graduate job. Ms. Gray had been seeking a visa for more than nine years, but was never able to get one because of visa backlogs. Of course, Ms. Gray's solution is just a temporary one - it grants her only two years of relief. In addition, her younger sister, now 18, will encounter the same situation in just a few years as well. Illogical and inconsistent outcomes are the hallmark of broken policy. While we laud the attempts by DHS to deliver solutions to real problems, like the one face by Ms. Gray and, indeed, the one faced by all applicants for Deferred Action, the solutions are temporary and speak to the need for comprehensive immigration reform. Our system is broken and needs stitches - not an increasing series of band-aids. What can we do? Share your thoughts with us and read the full article here.

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Article: Immigrants Of The Week : Tommy Emmanuel by Greg Siskind

Article: Taking On The EB-5 Community's Confusion About "EXEMPLARS" by Joseph Whalen

Blogging: Ryan Hard to Pin Down on Immigration by Siskind

Blogging: Julian Assange: Legitimate Asylee or Propaganda Pawn? by Jason Dzubow

Blogging: The American Counter-Revolution: How Will It Affect Immigrant Rights? by Roger Algase

News: DHS Issues Statement On Exercise Of Authority Under INA

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Headline: States Split On Immigrant Licenses As U.S. Lets Them Work

Headline: Despite Obama Immigration Policy, Young Immigrants Find College Elusive

Headline: Arizona Governor Jan Brewer blocks undocumented immigrants from receiving public benefits

Headline: Young illegal immigrants begin applying for relief from deportation

Headline: New Immigration Law Goes Into Effect - The Daily Beast

Headline: Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Conducts Second Audit of Company

Headline: Arizona's Jan Brewer denies driver's licenses to deferred action recipients

Headline: Migrant families line up for US deportation deferral:

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Headline: Arizona governor: no public benefits for young immigrants

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