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New bill favorable to employment immigration and citizenship

Immigration discussions are primarily focused on giving undocumented people in the United States citizenship, but there are also negotiations, among politicians, to bring more skilled workers from other countries to work in the U.S. Each year, the nation issues visas to executives, laborers, technicians, educators, and others in order to fill gaps within U.S. industries. Many people in Miami are unaware of the importance that employment immigration plays in building up our nation's economy.

Miami-Dade report shows investment in educating immigrant children

When people read stories about immigration and the desire to provide citizenship to alien residents, they often fail to remember that families and children will be greatly impacted by what is decided. Thousands of children are brought into the country each year and put into American schools in order to get an education. For many immigrants, family immigration is a way for them to give their children a better life than the one that they had, and few would likely fault them for that desire.

Former Florida governor, Jeb Bush, against path to citizenship

The decisions that are made by this year's congress members could affect the lives of immigrants and their families in a big way. Some political groups and congressmen say that the U.S. should change current immigration law to provide a path to citizenship for the millions of undocumented people living in the country. Others say that people who came into the country illegally should not be rewarded for their actions by being given U.S. citizenship. Still others seem unable to make up their mind what the federal government should do to address the problem.

Miami workers victims of human trafficking scheme

Miami is a popular destination for tourists and as such, there are several hotels in the city to cater to these visitors. Some hotels bring in help from other countries, using an employment-based immigration program to do so. These employment visas often give people from all over the world the opportunity to come to the United States for a certain period of time while helping companies fill positions that often sit empty. For many, the chance to work in the U.S. can be a rewarding one, while others can find themselves the victims of unscrupulous employers.

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