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Join us this Tuesday, 9:00-10:00 pm EST for a vibrant illegal immigration discussion with special guest Maria Lynda Espinoza, co-Founder and National Director of The Remembrance Project, (www.TheRemembranceProject.org), a 501(c)(3) non-profit illuminating the issue of American citizens killed by illegal aliens.
Born in Rotan, TX in 1962, Espinoza is an outspoken leading anti-illegal immigration activist. As speaker, writer and national organizer for the grassroots movement educating others on the issue, she is also specifically an advocate for the families of Americans who have been killed by illegal aliens.
Espinoza’s flagship initiative is called The Stolen Lives Quilt ™, a national “Quilt of Remembrance”. She has expanded the organization to over 28 states and is widely recognized as the anti-illegal immigration expert responsible for helping Donald Trump glean his now famous, popular and respected understanding of, and public support for, American families victimized by illegal aliens through organizing private meetings of families with the candidate.
Espinoza also aspires to office and will discuss her candidacy for Congress (http://mariaforamerica.com/about/). Call in to join Espinoza and your hosts Reuben Torres & Mark Falzon: 646 915 8117 to listen only; and press 1 to comment or ask a question. This show sponsored by Studentsforabetterfuture.com
Many plans have been put forth to correct the serious immigration issues facing the United States today. Ruthie Hendrycks works formulating legislation regarding, among other things, the H1-B visa program. Tune-in tonight to get her take on both the problems and some solutions. Call in with your comments and/or questions.
We may also discuss, "You Are My Hero", co-authored by Wendy Colburn-Blanco and Kelly Terry Willis, a book chronicling the story of murdered border agent Brian Terry. For more information on Ruthie Hendrycks, go to "The Ruthie Report" HERE
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Deborah J. Townsend is an Of Counsel Attorney with Urban Thier & Federer, P.A. She is based out of the Orlando office.
Ms. Townsend's practice focuses primarily on immigration and nationality law. She represents broad range of clients including investors, entrepreneurs, large and small corporations, foreign national employees, families and students in all areas of immigration law.
Ms. Townsend provides a full range of immigration law services including nonimmigrant visas – B/E/H/L/O/P/TN and others, as well as employment-based, investment-based and family-based cases for U.S. lawful permanent resident status (“green cards”), student visas, asylum, naturalization, derivative citizenship, I-9 issues, employer sanctions, representation before U.S. Consulates abroad and limited representation in Immigration Court for non-criminal aliens.
Ms. Townsend is a member of the Florida Bar and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Albany Law School of Union University, Albany, N.Y.
Juris Doctor conferred in May 1979
Hood College, Frederick, Maryland
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts in Political Science) conferred in May 1976
AILA’s CFC award for “Excellence in the Practice of Immigration Law” May 2011
Chosen as one of Florida’s “Super Lawyers” from 2006-2009
Florida Bar Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law since 1996
January 11, 2016 guests
Marcus Jarvis, author of A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States, will share helpful advice and comment on recent in-the-news conversations about immigration reform. Marcus was admitted to practice law in the State of Minnesota in 2002. He practices Immigration Law before the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and its related administrative agencies; the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA); Federal District Court of Minnesota; and the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals. He has been admitted to the Federal Tax Court in Washington D. C. www.m-jlawltd.com
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Naturalization (or naturalisation) is the legal act or process by which a non-citizen in a country may acquire citizenship or nationality of that country. It may be done by a statute, without any effort on the part of the individual, or it may involve an application and approval by legal authorities.
Congress passed the first "uniform Rule of Naturalization" under the new Constitution in March 1790. It allowed "any alien, being a free white person" and "of good character" who had resided in the United States for two years to become a "citizen of the United States" by taking an oath in court "to support the constitution of the United States."
The is the latest news from south Texas regarding illegal immigration and border crime. This report covers incidents between Jan. 11 and Jan 17, 2016.
"We believe that existing strategies for immigration reform have not been successful and must be abandoned. We believe that assimilation (of non-Europeans in the current state of mass immigration) would be fatal to our European heritage..." http://www.eurocanadian.ca/
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