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Letters of the Week: January 16 - January 22

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  1. Julian Ortuondo's Avatar
    The nightmare is almost over. Fake Obama ambassadors denying visas and passports to citizens and spouses such as: (see controversies) are on the run. Hits the roads, and don´t you come no more...
  2. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    On the evening of Thursday, January 19, just before what could turn out to be a pivotal day for America's multi-ethnic, multi-cultural, multi-lingual and multi-religious land of freedom and equality, as Donald Trump, who has just promised (as of January 18, according to POLITICO) to make it easier for skilled foreign workers to come to America, takes office as US president on January 20.

    Trumps' apparent change of heart on skilled immigration could bring him into radical conflict with two of his closest advisors, Jeff Sessions and Steve Bannon, and might come as a great disappointment to Trump's white nationalist, Alt-Right supporters.

    It might also make the following demonstration, according to my earlier version of this post, unnecessary. See my updated January 18 blog post.

    New York Mayor De Blasio will be leading a protest at the Trump International Hotel in Columbus Circle (not Trump Tower) along with other celebrities.


    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law
    Updated 01-18-2017 at 09:04 AM by ImmigrationLawBlogs
  3. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    Trump supporter Newt Gingrich wants Trump to be able to fire federal employees who voted the "wrong" way, i.e. for Clinton.

    Is this how fascism comes to America?

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law
  4. ImmigrationDaily's Avatar
    New way of looting world
    EB5 method

    Bhupendra K.
  5. ImmigrationDaily's Avatar
    Hi Michele,

    With the recent statement by President Obama late last week in regards to taking steps to “normalize relations with Cuba”, the Department of Homeland Security is ending the so-called "wet-foot/dry foot" policy. In other words, Cuban nationals who attempt to enter the United States illegally and don’t qualify for humanitarian relief will be treated the same as any other illegal immigrants from other countries and are subject to removal.
    While some have expressed displeasure with the ending of this policy enacted by the LBJ administration in the 60’s, most see it as a positive milestone for relations with Cuba. Not to mention the policy inspired countless Cubans to risk their lives to seek freedom and enter the US without a visa to become permanent residents.
    If you’re interested in diving a little more into this subject, I’d like to connect you with an Austin immigration attorney and thought leader, Robert Loughran, managing partner at immigration law firm, Foster LLP, to discuss the significance of the end of this policy. He can also speak to the following:

    · The historical significance of this news

    · How this normalization will continue to improve U.S/Cuban trade relations and benefit our economy

    · What other changes can we expect to see because of this. (i.e.- Medical Parole Program)


    David Peveto
  6. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
    Another way that fasicm could be coming to America is by barring foreign visitors who wish to come to America to join legal, Constitutionally protests protected protests against Trump, as in the case of the Canadian citizens who were harassed and finally turned back at the US border on January 21.

    Roger Algase
    Attorney at Law

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