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    What makes you an expert in the field of immigration?
    Does immigration only affect the border states?
    What is the impact of immigration on American workers?
    What groups are most affected by immigration?
    How does the federal gov't deport aliens?
    Why is detention so important?
    Who is able to immigrate?
    Who is responsible for U.S immigration policy?
    Why should we reduce immigration, if at all?
    How many immigrants should we have?
    How would such a system work?

    Please leave your name and email address
    Thank you for your time

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    What makes you an expert in the field of immigration?
    Does immigration only affect the border states?
    What is the impact of immigration on American workers?
    What groups are most affected by immigration?
    How does the federal gov't deport aliens?
    Why is detention so important?
    Who is able to immigrate?
    Who is responsible for U.S immigration policy?
    Why should we reduce immigration, if at all?
    How many immigrants should we have?
    How would such a system work?

    Please leave your name and email address
    Thank you for your time

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    • #3
      No you won't.
      promise me you will help poor when you become lawyer. i will answer all your questions

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      • #4
        your question No 5 . i have a chart for that but this site didnot accept charts so i need your email to mail the chart.
        this chart will lead you to the process and steps taken before alien gets exhausted and final deportation.
        but first ...?

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        • #5
          Hey Mohan, are you a lawyer or a student in immigration laws? You seem to know so much about it!

          Your answer are always clear and correct!

          Congratulations and thank you for helping all of us man!

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          • #6
            1. I've practiced immigration law for four years including stints with an immigration firm, the Immigration Court and handling immigration habeas corpus claims in the district court.

            2. No, immigration has an effect on all states, territories and possessions of the United States.

            3. Studies have shown very little effect on American workers in the higher salaried/high skilled jobs, because there is such a shortage of such workers. Studies are inconclusive as to workers at the lower end.

            4. No single group is most affected by immigration, but there is some evidence that high skill employers benefit.

            5. There are two ways to deport. Expedited removal for certain aliens and removal, which involves an administrative hearing with appeal to the Circuit Courts avaialable. Some aliens may also resort to a habeas petition in the district court. These are all federal courts.

            6. Congress is responsible for immigration policy.

            7. Current surveys favor restrictions on immigration when you speak of illegal immigration. Some groups advocate restrictions on legal immigration, but there corporations lobby strongly against this due to the lack of highly skilled workers, as determined by the U.S. Department of Labor.

            8. Congress places caps on some countries, while other countries never reach their caps. Economists argue that as long as the U.S. birth rate remains low, immigration will be needed to support programs such as Social Security.

            9. The system doesn't work all that efficiently, and everyone has their opinions as to why.

            info@myronmorales.com

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            • #7
              You are a genious man, good job!

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              • #8
                Thank you for your comment Maxim.

                Q:What makes you an expert in the field of immigration?

                A: Knowledge of the Immigration LAW, Keep updating ourselves with New Changed LAW, Correct Evaluation of the Case and Good representation, Makes you an Expert in the field of immigration.



                Qoes immigration only affect the border states?
                All the states are effected by immigration but border states have more effect by the illigal immigration
                Q:What is the impact of immigration on American workers?
                none

                Q:What groups are most affected by immigration?
                A: there are certain countries , which has more ratio of immigrant flow then the others. Congress has introduced steps to control the flow of immigrant to equalize the ratio. Diversyfy lottery system is one of them where some countries are probihited/ refrain to apply because their annual immgration flow is more, Also annual capof Visa issuance and , priority date is part of these steps.

                How does the federal gov't deport aliens?
                Its a whole procedure whichI will try to explain.



                Why is detention so important?
                A: TO control the illigal immigration and impost the immigration Law , dention is very important. for the Aliens who are on flight risk, if they are not detained, its hard to find them and amount of criminal risk involved is very high.

                Who is able to immigrate?
                There are several caagories,
                Family based& immideate realtive of Immigrant/US CitiZens. High skilled worker are also can immigrate in due process.
                Priority workers, bussiness catagory, religious catagory. Asylum seekers.

                Who is responsible for U.S immigration policy?
                Congress.
                Why should we reduce immigration, if at all?
                America is Immigration

                Asian-American, Cuban-American, European-American, African-American, Mexican-American"..."different backgrounds, different cultures, but all united by the fact that when the hyphen is eliminated we are all Americans.
                Over the years the United States has been called a nation of immigrants. The fact that we are a melting pot for so many different cultures, races, and religions makes us unique in the world. It is also what has helped mold our national character. For more than 300 years, various ethnic, cultural, and social groups have come to our shores to reunite with their loved ones, to seek economic opportunity, and to find a haven from religious and political persecution. They bring their hopes, their dreams, and, in turn, contribute, enrich, and energize America.
                And yet, today, we are witnessing television shows that vilify newcomers as scam artists, news stories that showcase the growing backlash against immigration, and politicians and reporters who make no distinction between immigrants entering the country legally or illegally. Unfortunately, much of what we are reading, hearing, and seeing is based on fiction, not fact. So what is the true story?
                Less than a million immigrants arrive in the United States each year. Of these, 700,000 enter as lawful permanent residents and another 100,000 to 150,000 enter legally as refugees or others fleeing persecution. Undocumented immigrants constitute only 1% of the total U.S. population and, contrary to popular belief, most of these immigrants do not enter the United States illegally by crossing our border with Canada or Mexico. Instead most immigrants here illegally, 6 out of 10, enter the U.S. legally with a student, tourist, or business visa and become illegal when they stay in the United States after their visas expire.
                Most legal immigrants, about 8 out of 11, come to join close family members. Family-sponsored immigrants enter as either immediate relatives--spouses, unmarried minor children, parents-- of U.S. citizens, or through the family preference system, for relatives of permanent residents and siblings of U.S. citizens. While there are unlimited number of visas issued for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, INS data shows that only around 235,000 visas have been issued annually in this category in recent years. The family preference system is far more restrictive and limits the number of visas issued in its four categories to a total of 226,000 per year. In addition, the waiting period for a visa can very long. For example, a sibling of a U.S. citizen who applies today to immigrate to this country could get a visa 30 years from now.
                It is easy to see that family reunification is the cornerstone of our legal immigration policy. It is truly one of the most visible areas in government policy in which we support and strengthen family values. We acknowledge that family unification translates into strong families who build strong communities.
                The second priority of our legal admissions system allows employers to bring in a relatively small number of skilled workers from overseas when there are no qualified Americans available to fill the job. This doesn't mean that we shirk our responsibility to educate and train those already here. It only means that we recognize the need to be able to attract talented and hardworking individuals from all corners of the world and to acquire often needed expertise and experience.
                This concept is not new. Throughout our history we have relied on the strength, expertise, and special skills of foreign workers and immigrants to build this country. As early as 1610 Italian craftsmen were brought to the New World by the Virginia Colony to start the glass trade. In the mid- 1800s American manufacturers advertised in European newspapers offering free passage to any man willing to come to the United States to work for them. Immigrant workers have altered American life and their contributions were, and still are, significant to the economic growth of our nation.
                Finally, American immigration policy fulfills our commitment to religious and political freedom. "Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free," is not rhetoric, it is America's pledge to ensure that those brave men and women who face the prospect of ethnic cleansing, religious oppression, torture, and even death have a haven. Because this country was founded in large part by those who fled various kinds of political and religious persecution, it has become of our historical responsibility to serve as an advocate for human rights.

                YOU WILL ANSWER HERE FOR NEXT QUESTION
                How many immigrants should we have?


                Immigrant Numbers are at their Peek at this time,

                How would such a system work?
                System is not much effective at this moment, but congress is taking action, Changing IND to BCIS is one Part of these step.

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                • #9
                  mmorales and Mohan, you both did an excellent job. Thank you for taking your time to help others.

                  For some reason, I felt I needed to add my thought into question 1.

                  What makes you an expert in the field of immigration?

                  * Sure, it takes knowledge and wisdom gained from books, experience, and staying fresh and updated on the subject, but as I see to what really makes an expert in the field of immigration is true understanding, empathy, and concern for the client. As Mohan stated from the very first post,
                  "promise me you will help poor when you become lawyer." Those who truly put their heart and soul into others needs are the ones that will excel the most along with their clients.

                  It all stems from the heart! If you look at it as just a job to earn money, then that is all that you will receive, but if you truly care, feel for others, and love your work, this is when a person does their best and is rewarded with so much more than just a job and money.

                  God Bless and Good Luck!

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                  • #10
                    why you do kids homewerk 4 heem?

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                    • #11
                      Because its a help site and we help everybody , regardless of age, group, religion, race, nationality, status, etc.
                      he said he will fail.

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                      • #12
                        Moahan you are a nice human being! I wish they were all like you.

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