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    Nov 1 - Immigration Power

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    Not having electric power for several business days makes one
    appreciate the tremendously beneficent impact electric power has had on human lives. The man
    who made that happen was Nikola Tesla, an immigrant who left his native land with the design of
    the three-phase alternating current electric motor in his head, and came to the US to make it a
    reality. The alternating current (AC) electric transformer and motor invented by this immigrant was
    responsible for making power available to every business and home at a mere flick of a switch.
    When we say that America is a nation of immigrants, it is true in many senses of the words. Please
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    The EB-5 Summit For Attorneys and Developers will be held on Friday, November 16 in Houston,
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    Morning Session For Investor's Counsel


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    THE GLASS BORDER
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    The U.S. immigration authorities are constantly committing abuses against immigrants, legal or undocumented. They frequently use their own personal criteria when applying the law, without worrying about the consequences of their action. They deprive many who pursue the evil called “the American dream “of their rights and even of their life.
    They subjugate, they damage and they discredit; they prom
    ote inequality and social unrest, and provoke feelings of rejection and grudges in those affected.
    The Glass Border is evidence of the above. The author, Luis Guillen, endured over the last several years the unjust and discriminatory attitudes of government officials convinced that their personal decisions were above the law.
    The Glass Border is not only the real testimony of a victim, it is also a warning to all who aim to migrate to the U.S., and above all, to the U.S. authorities who should understand that they can no longer add a glass border or borders to their fortified physical border.

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