Comment: Gowdy on Immigration -
Representative Trey Gowdy was recently selected as the Chairman of the Immigration and Border Security Subcommittee. While this, at first, might seem like a step backwards when it comes to CIR due to his hardline stance on immigration, it is important to take a closer look at how his selection as chairman might not be all that bad.
Gowdy has outwardly criticized President Obama's efforts to help undocumented youths and has also co-sponsored a bill that bars the Department of Justice from suing any state that passes anti-immigration policies similar to those of Arizona. However, Gowdy is member of the Southern Baptist Church. The Southern Baptist Convention has endorsed the DREAM Act. He has stated, " in my district, what's said from the pulpit carries a lot of weight in terms of how we define morality." Gowdy's moral values play a part in his empathy towards immigrants who have come to the United States in hopes of finding a better life.
Additionally, he disputes the claim that undocumented immigrants are detrimental to the nation's economy. Instead, he admits that undocumented immigrants are unable to gain employment, particularly mentioning farm workers in his Upstate South Carolina district. This lack of gainful employment, Gowdy says, is one of the reasons that enabling undocumented immigrants to work legally is essential.
Gowdy will, needless to note, play an important role in immigration reform which is said to be a top priority for the House Judiciary Committee in the 113th Congress. As the House immigration subcommittee is largely concerned with issues revolving around citizenship rights and border security, Gowdy's role as the chairman will be a major determining factor in regard to the speed and efficiency with which immigration reform will take place. Share your thoughts by writing to email@example.com.
Focus: Marketing Services for Attorneys
ILW.COM is pleased to announce a complete marketing services for attorneys.
We can help you on:
- Multi-platform book: includes a printed book, blog, and a Kindle version
- Evaluation and adjustment of marketing budget
- Corporate events and non-corporate (DACA events)
- Email marketing/web marketing
- Call marketing
- Lead generation via Google Ads
Headline: A job unfinished on immigration - The Washington Post Click Here
Headline: Don't wait for President Obama to act on immigration reform Click Here
Headline: SenatorReid insists immigration reform must include path to citizenship Click Here
Headline: Latino Voters Urge Obama To Keep Immigration Promise Click Here
Headline: DREAMAct is both good policy and good politics Click Here
Headline: Reflections on the Return of the Immigration Debate Click Here
Help Wanted: Immigration Attorney
Multiple Locations - Quarles & Brady LLP is seeking a Staff or Of-Counsel Attorney with 2+ years of experience in business immigration law for our Madison, Milwaukee, or Chicago offices. The ideal candidate must be experienced in a range of business immigration matters, have the ability to provide exceptional client service, and posses superb analytical, organizational and case management skills. This position will be full-time for the first four months and at least part-time thereafter.
To place a classifieds ad in Immigration Daily, see here
Houston-based FosterQuan, LLP is proud to announce the addition of Layla Panjwani. Layla has been practicing for ten years and has represented large corporations as well as small businesses and individuals in a variety of immigration matters. She has extensive experience handling naturalization and citizenship issues including non-immigrant visa processing, employment and family-based residency, and consular processing. FosterQuan is one of the nation's largest immigration law firms and has a team of attorneys operating from Houston, Austin, San Antonio, Washington D.C., the Rio Grande Valley, and Mexico City.
An Important disclaimer! The information provided on this page is not legal advice. Transmission of this information is not intended to create, and receipt by you does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Readers must not act upon any information without first seeking advice from a qualified attorney. Copyright 1995-2012 American Immigration LLC, ILW.COM. Send correspondence and articles to firstname.lastname@example.org. Letters and articles may be edited and may be published and otherwise used in any medium. The views expressed in letters and articles do not necessarily represent the views of ILW.COM.
Publisher: Sam Udani ISSN: 1930-062X
Advisory Board: Jason Dzubow, Rami Fakhoury, Matthew Kolken, Chris Musillo, Greg Siskind, Joel Stewart, Margaret Wong