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Immigration reform has hit the Senate floor and the battle has been joined between those who are seeking to bring the 11 million illegal immigrants out of the shadows into light of legalization, and those who don't think breaking the law should be rewarded.
Fully 90% of illegal aliens are Hispanic. What do Hispanics who are already here think of immigration reform? Will GOP backing really help mend fences with Hispanic voters?
Join us for another rollicking episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co-host Rich Baehr of the American Thinker. We'll discuss immigration reform with author, blogger, and radio host Silvo Canto.
The show streams live from 8:00 - 9:00 PM eastern time. A podcast will be available shortly after the end of the show.
The Immigration Reform legislation will be examined. The following will be examined: a major root cause of illegal immigration into America are the poorly secured porous borders with Mexico. Though this area is "promised" to be resolved in the legislation within time, it lacks any specific definitive resolution to ensure the borders are made as secure as possible. This legislation also calls for an "E-Verify" system which is an online system National ID Data Base which would be used by employers to verify that a worker is eligible to work in the United States. The existing bill, unless changed, would still require most employers to use the system within four years for ALL employers. In the Senate bill “E-Verify,” uses biometric identity information of job applicants against government databases which raises the biggest flag. Some feel a national identification database should be scrapped & pass immigration reform that secures the border, expands existing work-visa programs and prevents non citizens from access to welfare. These simple ideas will eliminate the perceived need for an invasive worker-verification system and a government "citizenship database” which could over time evolve into something much more evasive to all Americans (i.e.,an RFID biometric microchip implant). Lastly we will discuss how the immigration reform act would over time impact Obamacare.& healthcare costs..
The American workforce is changing in every industry, and Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) is a major factor in that change. Currently, millions of members of the U.S. labor pool do not actually have authorization to work here. Once CIR is passed, though, that will change, and marine-industry employers will need guidance on how to handle any number of new situations that will arise. What will you do if the long-time foreman of your laminating crew advises you that he provided you a false social security number when he was hired, but now has a valid social security card and wants to update his records? Louisville-based immigration attorney Lisa Galvan joins us to discuss current immigration policies, highlighting the effect of new rulings on employers. This will be a preview of Ms. Galvan's IBEX 2013 seminar on the same topic.
Join us Thursday night at 11 pm to discuss the good (not much), the bad (there is plenty) and the ugly of the Immigration Reform Bill being Proposed by the "Gang of 8".
We will discuss how this bill will impact all Americans and believe me it will.
Who is the Gang of 8 and what is their motivation for pushing this bill through the Senate?
Where is the Tea Party or the Libertarians?
This is my first "broadcast" and I hope you can join in.
A major push for immigration reform has begun in Washington on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue. A bipartisan group of Senators have released a blueprint for immigration reform and the President gave a major policy speech in which he announced the time to tact on comprehensive immigration reform is now. In this episode we go over the aspects of the Senate plan and discuss what it means for comprehensive immigration reform going forward.
Guests: Mike Gonzalez, VP of communications at The Heritage Foundation. We will discuss the cost estimates released by Heritage.
Sonja Harris also joined us for a chat about immigration reform.
In Segment 2, Rick Moran of American Thinker, BTR host & PJ Media will talk about the Benghazi hearings happening this week.
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Place a lock on US citizenship and student visas for 2 years. Only people from the 28 nations that are part of NATO would be able to get US citizenship or a student visa during that time. This lock would not apply to people trying to get a H-1B Visa. There is no quick fix to the many problems in our Immigration system. We need time to get it right. When we get it wrong people die. http://wh.gov/zYih
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Immigration reform has been in the spotlight of several news programs, professional groups and several websites and social media pages devoted to the development of a United States immigration system that reflects present day values, politics and a mobile work force. Comprehensive reform remains a goal of many and today immigration attorney, KiKi M. Mosely is our guest to share correct information about the status of immigration and reform today.
Topics covered on this show:
What is the status of our immigration system today and what are the issues regarding reform? What should immigrants to the U.S. know about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)? What are Provisional (Stateside) Waivers, who may apply for them and what is involved? Please suggest any additional advice for men, women and families desiring U.S. citizenship. Attorney KiKi M. Mosley graduated from Denison University in 2000 with a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology/Anthropology and Black Studies. After she completed her undergraduate studies at Denison University, Ms. Mosley worked for Orbitz.com on the Business Development team and then moved to Tanzania, East Africa where she taught at several schools over the course of three and a half years. Ms. Mosley’s interest in working in immigration law came from her own experiences in traversing the immigration system with members of her own family. Ms. Mosley has experience in working on a variety of immigration matters including, but not limited to: asylum, removal, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, and naturalization. Ms. Mosley devotes approximately 10% of her practice to pro bono and volunteer work. Visit the website for more information.