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Immigration Reform Looks Dead In This Congress

Discussion in 'Immigration legislation' started by Ron Gotcher, Mar 9, 2015.

  1. Kamakazee

    Kamakazee Super Moderator

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    That was the President's gamble all along when he issued his Immigration Actions. It puts Republican candidates in a corner and forces them to take a stand which will hurt them and their party either way during Presidential Elections. Their only way out of it is to pass some sort of Immigration Reform which we all know that the Republicans are incapable of doing and have already surrendered on that.
     
  2. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    This is more like a minority of storm troopers holding the majority hostage. Historically this never did end well for the storm troopers. But it caused much damage in general to the majority.
     
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    Jeb is obviously flaunting his latino wife, biracial kids and fluency in Spanish. Wonder if that would be enough when he cannot clearly support any sort of immigration reform without riling the primary voters.
     
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    Hi Ron,

    My prioty date is 2010 may 6th and I-140 approved,client asking for full time.

    Is good idea to take full time at this time?(client ready file under EB2).
    If i file H4 EAD for my wife with current employer(he promised to wont invoke i-140 for 1 year),after transfering H1 to client,
    what will happen to my wife H4 EAD?.

    What is your suggesion?
     

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