NewsFlash! President’s Immigration Plan to be Announced Thursday Night

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NewsFlash! Update: President’s Immigration Announcement Moved to Thursday Night

New reports indicate that President Obama will address the nation regarding his immigration plans on Thursday night in a televised announcement. The President’s announcement almost certainly will address various issues related to undocumented workers. According to CNN, however, “[White House] [o]fficials also said the plan could include a stronger focus on deporting criminals who are undocumented immigrants and an expansion of worker visas in areas like technology.” [See Obama to Announce Immigration Executive Action in Prime Time Address Thursday, By Jim Acosta, Athena Jones and Kevin Liptak, CNN, 19.Nov.2014). MurthyDotCom will be closely tracking these developments and post an update shortly following President Obama’s speech.


NewsFlash! President to Reveal Immigration Plan Details Friday

Posted November 19, 2014, 12:48p

President Obama reportedly is set to release details of his planned executive orders related to immigration on Friday. His immigration plan is expected to include relief for certain foreign nationals who are in the United States without lawful status. There has also been speculation that the President may take executive action that would benefit foreign national tech workers in the U.S. (and their respective employers), but until the specifics of Obama’s plans are unveiled, this cannot be confirmed. MurthyDotCom will provide details as soon as any information is released. Subscribe to the free MurthyBulletin to be informed about these coming executive orders and other news and information pertaining to U.S. immigration law.


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