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Other than undocumented immigrants with immediate relatives in the United States, the tech sector is believed to be one of those who will benefit from the proposed overhaul of the US immigration system. Marshall Fitz implied that with Democratic and Republican support coupled with the tech industry, comprehensive immigration reform might just have found its special formula that will make it across the finish line this time.

For the past years, it has been clear that the main issues of the nation’s immigration laws have greatly affected the technology sector. Dane Stangler, research and policy director at the Kauffman Foundation, agrees in saying that the nation must maintain a dynamic economy and embracing immigrant entrepreneurs is necessary.

Tech companies such as Microsoft, Oracle, Intel and Facebook are one in believing that there is a pool of highly-skilled immigrant workers in the U.S. that they want to tap into. This concerted effort of tech industry giants is poised to be one major factor in influencing comprehensive immigration reform.

Source: ABC News

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Early drafts of a comprehensive bill that offers a pathway to citizenship to illegal immigrants has been developed by The White House.

President Obama let a bipartisan coalition of lawmakers come up with their own bill that not only focuses on a comprehensive immigration reform but also address border security. So far, the President is pleased with how things are working out on the road to an immigration system overhaul. But the White House is not taking any chances and is ready to take the lead if the bipartisan coalition will encounter more challenges in putting things in place for a proposed better national immigration system.

White House spokesperson, Clark Stevens, assures the nation that as the bipartisan coalition has the full support of the president, there’s no doubt that the President himself will push forward even if Congress fails to act.

According to USA Today, one of the things that are included in the president’s draft legislation is to allow immigrants to finally be permanent residents within eight years while they apply for a “Lawful Prospective Immigrant” visa.  Even if Mr. Stevens declined to comment on this, this idea has already been made evident during the president’s Las Vegas speech. In that speech, the president made clear that “there will be no uncertainty about their (illegal Immigrants) ability to become U.S. citizens provided that they meet the eligibility criteria.” If the information the USA Today was able to gather is true, some people, including Senator Marco Rubio, Republican from Florida, believe the legislation to be “half-baked and seriously flawed.”

The President is giving Congress little room to debate on the matter but made it clear that he stands ready to introduce his own legislation if the situation calls for it.

Source: The New York Times

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