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  • November 17 - Assault On Employers

    Comment: Assault On Employers
    President-elect Trump has promised a major attack on the undocumented population. He has promised deportation of 2-3 million people. We do not think that such an operation is possible without resorting to military style tactics complete with machine guns in the midst of our cities. To do such massive and intrusive operations in a community is not possible without the support of the communities in which such operations are carried out. In America, such actions would be effectively stopped by actions of states like California and New York, whose governors commanding their National guards can take forceful actions. Mayors of cities of New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles will do their utmost to resist such attacks on their communities. The immigration policy of Trump supported by voters in rural and economically dying areas cannot be imposed upon the urban and thriving areas against the will of those communities. In any event, it could take Trump administration 1-2 years to put together the administrative machinery simply to make alterations to carry out such operations.

    Therefore, Immigration Daily believes that the first brunt of attack of the Trump administration will fall on immigrants who are lawfully present. Kris Kobach is the immigration czar of the Trump transition team. We can expect the key positions affecting immigration -- Attorney General, Secretary of DHS and Heads of USCIS, ICE and CBP -- to be filled with those steeped in anti-immigration ideology or outright racism--veiled or otherwise. From such leadership we can expect a broad and deep attack on immigration itself. Those with legal presense are the ones easiest to attack, so we expect an attack on them will come first. Just as an assault on the undocumented is an attack on the communities where they live; an attack on those with legal presence is an attack on their employers. Republican Party, caught up in the Trump frenzy, might have decided that it no longer needs employers, just like it does not need urban communities. Regardless of how employers and Republican Party work matters out in 2017-18, immigration attorneys should see significant increases in their businesses as the assault on lawful immigrants commences.

    Please let us know your thoughts by writing to us at editor@ilw.com.

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