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  • Article: How to Fix the Border: A Proposed Executive Order to Secure the US-Mexico Border by James C Wolf

    How to Fix the Border: A Proposed Executive Order to Secure the US-Mexico Border

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    Reprinted with permission.


    About The Author

    James C. Wolf James C. Wolf has practiced immigration law for more than 25 years. He has received certification as an Immigration Law Specialist from the California State Bar for more than 20 years. He graduated from Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service, and the University of California, Davis, School of Law and Graduate School of Management. He is a partner in the California law firm Lipman & Wolf LLP www.visawolf.com and principal of the Hawaii EB-5 Regional Center, Golden Pacific Ventures, www.goldenpacificventures.com. He lives on California’s central coast with his lovely wife and children.


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    Comments 3 Comments
    1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
      ImmigrationLawBlogs -
      Why stop at just building the dang fence? Since there are no longer any East German officials around to show us how to set up a new Berlin wall, why not just turn the whole border into a Korea-style demilitarized zone? I am sure that North Korea would be glad to send over some advisors on how to do that.

      Kim Jong-Un might even be willing to offer some tips on how to run prison camps to discourage people from coming or staying here illegally. And for repeat offenders, he has given us a stirring example in what he did to his uncle.

      Roger Algase
      Attorney at Law
    1. Ritesh Kumar's Avatar
      Ritesh Kumar -
      Instead of leaving for home at this after office hours, I prefer to go through this article. I hv 2 admit dat dis is one of d best article written on tackling immigration issues coupled wid lots of legal basis. I wish if U.S. Govt. agencies take note of dis and request Lipman & Wolf LLP to become an amicus curie (not 4 d Court but 4 White House) and do some progress.
      Example of China Wall is indeed d best. Comment from Mr. Roger is also positive in dis direction. Let's see.....

      Ritesh Kumar
      Sr. Immigration Paralegal
    1. troff's Avatar
      troff -
      You lost me after the early inaccuracies about the immigration court system, not to mention your misplaced faith in the effectiveness of a physical barrier. Ever see the video of enterprising Mexicans catapulting a car over the fence? The U.S. has far more to fear from conservatives than Mexican would-be nannies and kitchen workers willing to risk their lives to cross the border.
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