“The U.S. has always been seen as the beacon of a country willing to take people in and we must continue to accept people under such unspeakable violence,” Congressman David N. Cicilline (D-RI) told reporters Monday
“The decision to translate online immigrant visa information into Spanish supports [sic] effort[s] to improve customer service and operations,” the State agency statement read
The campaign looks for inclusive ways to welcome “Immigrants and refugees [who] contribute to our country’s social and cultural fabric, and are critical to our country’s continued economic prosperity.”
Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters that Obama “has better things to do,” than watch the debates while the election is so far out still
The meeting is set to be held September 22 after members failed to an agreement on how to deal with thousands of refugees who have fled to the region over the past few weeks
As ISIS continues its territorial battles over Syria, much of the population is fleeing to Europe.
The court ruled that Arpaio, who represents Maricopa County, was unable to prove that he had standing in the case.
House leaders disagree over whether the sanctuary cities immigration bill is a proper response to a woman who was reportedly shot and killed by an undocumented felon earlier this month.
The administration says the bill fails to remove the most dangerous convicted criminals and impedes on U.S. citizens civil rights.
Kathryn Steinle was allegedly shot by an undocumented immigrant on July 1, setting off a national debate on so-called “sanctuary cities.”