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President Donald J. Trump’s 10-point plan to put “America First” includes a pledge to end sanctuary cities, cities that refuse to cooperate with federal immigration officers who are seeking to apprehend and remove undocumented immigrants, by threatening to cut off their federal funds.
On Jan. 3, 2017, Representative Lou Barletta (R-Penn) introduced, the Mobilizing Against Sanctuary Cities Act, with six Republican cosponsors.
According to Barletta, too many city mayors think that they are above federal law and place their own ideology ahead of the safety of their residents. His bill will stop that practice by cutting off their federal funding if they continue to refuse to cooperate with federal immigration enforcement.
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Originally published on The Hill.
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Nolan Rappaport was detailed to the House Judiciary Committee as an Executive Branch Immigration Law Expert for three years; he subsequently served as the immigration counsel for the Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims for four years. Prior to working on the Judiciary Committee, he wrote decisions for the Board of Immigration Appeals for twenty years. He also has been a policy advisor for the DHS Office of Information Sharing and Collaboration under a contract with TKC Communications, and he has been in private practice as an immigration lawyer at Steptoe & Johnson.
"Earlier today, the new White House Chief of Staff offered a hint of what the Trump administration has planned for thousands of immigrants who now have temporary legal status. Reince Priebus told Fox News this morning that the Trump administration would work with House and Senate leaders to find a long-term solution for immigrants who now have temporary legal status under the so-called Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals known as DACA."
by Chris Musillo
The Department of Stateís Visa Bulletin guru, Charlie Oppenheim, hosts monthly meetings with the American Immigration lawyers Association. Charlie Oppenheim is the Department of Stateís Chief of the Control and Reporting Division. He is the officer who is responsible for producing the Visa Bulletin each month. This monthís Check In With Charlie featured predictions about EB2 and EB3 in most of the popular categories for readers of this Blog. Here are some highlights:
Philippine EB3 Ė Charlie again offered his most optimistic predictions for this category. He said that he expects ďconsistent forward movementĒ in the EB-3 Philippines category. While he does not expect the Philippines EB-3 to catch up to the Worldwide date, he expects Philippines EB-3 to ďrecover significantlyĒ. This is consistent with internal MU Law analysis, which sees this category progressing at least into 2013 by the Summer of 2017.
India EB2 and EB3 Ė Unfortunately the news is not so rosy for Indian nationals. Neither EB2 nor EB3 is expected to progress to any significant degree.
Worldwide EB-2 and EB-3 Ė EB-2 will remain current for the foreseeable future. It is our expectation that Worldwide EB-3 will continue to see a slight retrogression, consistent with the recent past. The Worldwide EB-3 date may stall in the Spring/Summer of 2017, as the full allotment of numbers gets used. It will then move quickly again into the next fiscal year.
China EB-2 and EB-3 - These categories are the most difficult to predict. The DOS is trying to be conservative in the forward progression of these dates in an effort to stop the see-saw progression and retrogression of dates that we have seen in the recent past.
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