WASHINGTON— Many immigrants in the United States illegally who apply for work permits under President Barack Obama's new executive actions would be eligible for Social Security and Medicare benefits upon reaching retirement age, according to the White House. Under Obama's actions, immigrants who are spared deportation could obtain work permits and a...» Read More
The president's immigration actions may actually worsen labor shortages that many industry groups hope reform will fix.
Immigration reform that entrepreneurs and tech companies need already has bipartisan support, the National Venture Capital Association CEO said.
NEW YORK, Nov 21- The morning after President Barack Obama announced his sweeping action to overhaul the U.S. immigration system, conservative groups and states were already pulling together legal strategies to dismantle the plan. Opponents said there will likely be a three-pronged legal approach to stymie Obama's moves: Congress could sue the president for...
South Carolina Republican Mick Mulvaney criticized Obama's executive actions on immigration, while New Jersey Democrat Bill Pascrell defended the White House.
Discussing the technology industry's view of President Obama's new immigration plans, with Bobby Franklin National Venture Capital Association President & CEO.
Discussing the move in the markets after dovish comments by ECB's Draghi, with Art Cashin of UBS. Also, Cashin shares his view of President Obama's immigration plans.
The President's new immigration policies could have a huge impact on the business community, especially small businesses that are trying to retain and attract workers.
CNBC's Rick Santelli speaks to "Meet the Press" moderator Chuck Todd, about President Obama's immigration executive order.
Legal experts expressed doubts that the GOP would prevail or that the case could be concluded during Obama's presidency. GOP lawmakers said those unilateral actions were unconstitutional and have promised unspecified congressional action. A Republican official said party leaders might amend the suit to include Obama's immigration actions, which would...
House Speaker John Boehner said President Barack Obama's new executive actions on immigration "deliberately sabotage" bipartisan efforts.
I warned the president, says House Speaker John Boehner, commenting on President Obama's immigration plan.
WASHINGTON— President Barack Obama's moves on immigration would expand the labor force and increase worker productivity, according to a White House report Friday that estimates average wages would rise over a 10- year period. Obama's Council of Economic Advisers forecasts that as a result of his administrative actions, the gross domestic product would...
There's more than one border, says Rep. Bill Pascrell, (D-N.J.), debating President Obama's amnesty plan with Rep. Mick Mulvaney, (R-S.C.).
Rep. Mick Mulvaney, (R-S.C.), and Rep. Bill Pascrell,(D-N.J.), debate the President Obama's plan to offer amnesty to some illegal immigrants. This is not an executive order, this is new law, counters Mulvaney. The system is broken, says Pascrell.
CNBC Contributors Jared Bernstein, and Sara Fagan, discuss President Obama's plan to take executive action on immigration. States are likely to sue the Obama administration, says Fagan. Congress isn't going to fix this, counters Bernstein.
Immigrants who may qualify for deportation protection should begin gathering documents that will help them prove eligibility. USA Today reports.
CNBC's John Harwood provides highlights of President Obama's plan to grant amnesty to certain immigrants and the rift between the GOP over the issue.
Tony Fratto, managing director at Hamilton Place Strategies says that immigrants in the US are "important parts of our economy" and that the US needs to find a way to "rationalize that system".
WASHINGTON, Nov 20- Soon after President Barack Obama announced his immigration plans on Thursday evening, Democrats and Republicans who might be angling for his job in 2016 weighed in on an issue that is almost certain to be at the center of their campaigns. Hillary Clinton, who lost the Democratic nomination to Obama in 2008 and is expected to make a run to be the...
WASHINGTON, Nov 20- President Barack Obama imposed the most sweeping immigration reform in a generation on Thursday, easing the threat of deportation for some 4.7 million undocumented immigrants and setting up a clash with Republicans who vow to fight his moves. In a White House speech, Obama rejected Republican arguments that his decision to bypass Congress...