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Possible Immigration Reform

Possible Immigration Reform

This is a flow chart of a proposed immigration reform bill to assist illegal immigrants in becoming US citizens.  This link details the following: a standard path (Registered Provisional Immigrant), Green Card + applying for citizenship, and a Blue Card.  Yes, there are exceptions to all requirements.  After all, don’t all rules have exceptions?  Aren’t all  broad statutes often applied to specific cases?

I just thought this would be beneficial for those of you that hold an interest in immigration law.


Right to Counsel?

Right to counsel?

Students –

Do you think detained immigrants should have a right to counsel?  Consider your answer based on both legal immigrants and illegal immigrants.  Should their status matter?  Please note that according to the article, that includes permanent LEGAL residents.

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