The President Speaks on Fixing America's Broken Immigration System
Friday, August 28, 2015
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This opportunity to learn immigration is for all people with or without experience in the immigration field who wants to learn more about laws and use this knowledge as a working and social assistance. We give seminars starting with the basics to the most advanced.
We have the best team of professionals in the area of immigration. Our team consists of lawyers and immigration instructors with over 20 years’ experience in the area that will ensure full knowledge and quality.
America’s immigration system is broken. The President is taking executive action to fix what he can to help build a system that lives up to our heritage as a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants.
At 27, José Luis Zelaya has had four knee surgeries, all stemming from when he was 13 and traveled overland for a month and a half from Honduras to Texas in search of his mother.
Having crossed the border illegally, Zelaya doesn’t have legal status in the United States. But in 2012, he won the next best thing -- permission to stay under the policy known as “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.” DACA allows Zelaya to reside and work in the U.S., at least temporarily, without fear of deportation.
President Obama's willingness to act on immigration while Congress dithers and delays is admirable. Many pressing national issues will be addressed as a result. Our borders will be more secure. The exploitation of workers by unscrupulous employers will be curtailed. Families will no longer live under the constant threat of being torn apart.
Last week President Obama announced he will take series of executive actions designed to strengthen the border, hold undocumented parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents accountable by giving them a chance to register, pass criminal background checks and pay taxes. The Administration also plans to use the existing immigration law to promote investment and make the immigration system work better until Congress finally passes immigration reform.
Huffington Post en español:
"¿Somos una nación que tolera la hipocresía de un sistema en el que los trabajadores que recogen nuestra fruta y hacen nuestras camas nunca tengan la oportunidad de estar de acuerdo a la ley?". Con esta pregunta, el presidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, ha presentado esta madrugada la reforma migratoria con la que regularizará por decreto la situación de cinco millones de inmigrantes sin documentos.
Con esta reforma, evitará así que estos inmigrantes vuelvan a la fuerza a sus países de origen durante los próximos tres años, y priorizará el regreso de aquellos que tengan antecedentes criminales o hayan llegado a Estados Unidos recientemente.
Una noticia esperada por millones de inmigrantes.
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