The GOP plan to boost their chances to sweep midterm elections focuses on a new immigration rule that would punish immigrants who use welfare. This is just one part of a full-fledged plan to put immigration policy reform at the forefront of their campaign issues.
Midterm elections are upon us and that means that immigration reform and immigration policies are once again, front and center in the minds of the American voting public – put there, sometimes involuntarily, by the politicians that want to win votes from constituents who desperately want immigration reforms. Midterm immigration policy is a hot button topic on both sides of the isle.
America’s most influential CEOs now say that Trump’s immigration policies pose a new threat to the country as a whole, and they say it hits at the heart of American industry; namely: competitiveness.
A new Supreme Court immigration ruling founds that notice to appear in immigration court that lacks specific time, date, or place are invalid . Those notices are now considered “defective.”
In January 2017, the Trump Administration made its first major leap into controversy and action when they implemented the first major U.S. travel ban .
The U.S. Supreme Court upheld President Trump’s U.S. travel ban. We reported on how the travel ban changed immigration for in 2017, and further how President Trump’s second travel ban was successfully blocked by Hawaii Attorney General, Douglas Chin. [Read more…]