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Immigration Discussion
Since the race for the 2016 Presidential Campaign has been at the forefront of the news, so too has the topic of immigration. The views on immigration have become a hot topic that is highly contested with strong advocates on both sides of the fence. Traditionally, the Republican Party is known for its anti-immigration sentiments,...
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At the time the terrorist attacks on the United States took place at the World Trade Center in New York City, the Pentagon in Washington D.C., immigration was under the purview of the U.S. Department of Justice, the Immigration and Nationality Service, better known as INS. Because all of the terrorists were foreign nationals, from...
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Undocumented immigrants are integrated into every part of American society. While some argue we should remove such immigrants, and others argue they should have equal entitlement to the American Dream, there lies another issue when these cases involve young people hoping to receive a higher education. The reason for dilemma is a combination of a...
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The E visa is used by Italian companies and investors to bring Italian nationals to work in the United States. Although frequently referred to by Italians as the investor’s visa, the E visa actually has two types: the E-1 for treaty traders, and the E-2 for treaty investors. The E-1 Treaty Trader visa is used...
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There is an interesting policy that is not commonly know about. This policy states that United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents may not arrest an undocumented individual or a person with an order of removal or deportation, while they physically remain on property owned by a religious entity. Recently, such property has served...
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President Obama stands on the precipice of making history not unlike President Lincoln did when he considered the Emancipation Proclamation freeing the slaves. Like the slaves, the undocumented living in the United States are treated like second hand citizens. Of course, the undocumented arrived here on their own seeking a better life while the slaves...
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As the debate for immigration reform continues, the conservatives insist on the need to essentially stop illegal immigration and punish those who are caught. Republican, former Governor of Florida and husband to a Mexican native, Jeb Bush, believes the punishments that the conservative tea party wishes to give are too severe. He has stated that...
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I spent the better part of Monday morning in the Immigration Court in Newark, New Jersey. As a former U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Trial Attorney, and a member of the private immigration bar for the last 11 years, I’ve not seen until now, a more despicable brand of vindictive justice meted out by an...
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As we predicted, the new year would bring a flurry of new initiatives that are not particularly immigrant-friendly. During the past November midterms, Republicans gained more than 690 seats in state legislatures nationwide, winning their strongest representation at the state level in more than 80 years. Because very few people expected any movement on immigration...
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Officials have reported that the federal immigration program titled Secure Communities will be implemented nationwide by 2013. This program has become a critical enforcement method and has been hailed by supporters for its ability to quickly identify the immigration status of those who have committed or been accused of committing crimes by having them undergo...
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