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2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by missjo(f): 10:34am On Nov 16, 2016
With Donald J. Trump's election as president, the immigrant community in the US, potential immigrants and their advocates, are now braced up for heightened uncertainty amid concerns about the efficacy of his sweeping proposals for mass deportation, rescinding President Obama's Executive Orders on immigration, and ushering in strict enforcement of current immigration laws.

The potential casualties:

1. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) is likely to be gone.

2. PROVISIONAL WAIVER, which allows those beneficiaries of current immigrant petitions who are not eligible for adjustment of status to proceed with consular processing and return, will also be gone.

3. There will be a return to the policy of detention for those present without legal status, and legal immigrants convicted of deportable offences; thus, requiring bond hearing before immigration judges.

4. Likely end to generous TPS declaration.

5. Tracking of entry to identify visa overstays.



What can you do?
For those with a basis to obtain legal permanent residency (Green Card), they should as a matter of urgency get on with it and pursue it. Many individuals with DACA and TPS that were not able to adjust their status because they entered without permission (EWI) may be able to adjust their status if they are in bonafide marriages or are beneficiaries of current immigration petitions. Know your rights and your options, and explore all legal options to legalize your status.
This is not a time to panic, your first order is to know where you stand. Consult an experienced and licensed immigration attorney to get your questions answered.




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Peter Loblack is a leading immigration attorney in Florida. A graduate of Harvard University, the University of California, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Loblack handles cases of Deportation, Adjustment of Status, Work Permits, Green Cards, and Waivers, which other attorneys might be able afraid to take on.


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1047652028697128&substory_index=0&id=183294788466194

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by iluvpomo(m): 3:45pm On Nov 16, 2016
Donald Trump can go and hug wet transformer. We are staying here to make Nigeria great again. cool

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by sheyishay: 3:45pm On Nov 16, 2016
oya nah
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Nobody: 3:45pm On Nov 16, 2016
Hope so
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by benjamin007: 3:46pm On Nov 16, 2016
I sorry for Benin people oooo

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by temido11: 3:46pm On Nov 16, 2016
hey you above me, why re you pitying benin peeps?

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by benjamin007: 3:47pm On Nov 16, 2016
Wailers over to you,or better still leave it for the afonjas

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by ceeethru(m): 3:47pm On Nov 16, 2016
If someone has been sending you money from USA to build house for him/her and you done chop the money. My brother/sister, time for accountability done reach o.

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Turks: 3:48pm On Nov 16, 2016
Immigrants leaving the USA & seeking greener pastures

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by richidinho(m): 3:48pm On Nov 16, 2016
Have been seeing strange faces of recent in our estate grin

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by buoye1(m): 3:48pm On Nov 16, 2016
They should all be deported back to their various countries
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by RaeMystix(f): 3:49pm On Nov 16, 2016
Just feel sorry for those illegal immigrants that have been living in America for decades. Sucks.

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by jcross19: 3:49pm On Nov 16, 2016
America is bigger than one man running the show.

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Adebendel: 3:49pm On Nov 16, 2016
Business have come for this man
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by zanebaddo(m): 3:49pm On Nov 16, 2016
Na money wey no gree enter my hand.... . USA, GERMANY, CANADA, AUSTRALIA one of them for see new immigrant




Make nigeria great una ass!

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Nobody: 3:50pm On Nov 16, 2016
Someone is advertising services here

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Afokesco(m): 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
Space plenty for nigerian...make them come back home
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by eezeribe(m): 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
OK
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by nely(m): 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Orikinla(m): 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
missjo:
With Donald J. Trump's election as president, the immigrant community in the US, potential immigrants and their advocates, are now braced up for heightened uncertainty amid concerns about the efficacy of his sweeping proposals for mass deportation, rescinding President Obama's Executive Orders on immigration, and ushering in strict enforcement of current immigration laws.

The potential casualties:

1. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) is likely to be gone.

2. PROVISIONAL WAIVER, which allows those beneficiaries of current immigrant petitions who are not eligible for adjustment of status to proceed with consular processing and return, will also be gone.

3. There will be a return to the policy of detention for those present without legal status, and legal immigrants convicted of deportable offences; thus, requiring bond hearing before immigration judges.

4. Likely end to generous TPS declaration.

5. Tracking of entry to identify visa overstays.



What can you do?
For those with a basis to obtain legal permanent residency (Green Card), they should as a matter of urgency get on with it and pursue it. Many individuals with DACA and TPS that were not able to adjust their status because they entered without permission (EWI) may be able to adjust their status if they are in bonafide marriages or are beneficiaries of current immigration petitions. Know your rights and your options, and explore all legal options to legalize your status.
This is not a time to panic, your first order is to know where you stand. Consult an experienced and licensed immigration attorney to get your questions answered.




****
Peter Loblack is a leading immigration attorney in Florida. A graduate of Harvard University, the University of California, and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Loblack handles cases of Deportation, Adjustment of Status, Work Permits, Green Cards, and Waivers, which other attorneys might be able afraid to take on.


https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1047652028697128&substory_index=0&id=183294788466194

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by takenadoh: 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
abeg make una allow the guy start first instead of thinking for him

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by YourNemesis: 3:51pm On Nov 16, 2016
A lot of professional IPOD protesters in the US will be landing in Aba and Abakaliki very soon.
Watch the space .... grin

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Vikkie14: 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
Can you just allow this Man to start first please?

Just speculations and fantasy, nothing else.

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Nobody: 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
[size=20pt]Is it too hard to understand Trump only mentioned illegal immigrants?[/size]

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by hobermener: 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
F
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Yeligray(m): 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
What am i supposed to say?
Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by abbey621(m): 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
If you arrived the U.S illegally or overstayed your visa, you are a CRIMINAL. The U.S for most part has been lenient on this issue for many years but now there is a business man in charge fueled by a strong urge for change by the American people. First step towards making the country great again is to remove the illegals, criminals and leeches from the system.

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by MrImole: 3:52pm On Nov 16, 2016
What's this nonsense?

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by bigwig10(m): 3:55pm On Nov 16, 2016
Advertisement methodology.. smiley

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Re: 2016 US Election - Its Impact On Immigration Enforcement by Nobody: 3:57pm On Nov 16, 2016
Amazing decision...

1. First is to recall ambassadors
2. Appoint new interim ambassadors
3. Close down non-profitable/ viable embassies
4. Introduce monthly quota for visa administration
5. Increase the cost of non-migrant visas
6. Commence the repat of over-staying immigrants (especially in the last 4 years)
7. Grant ICE (Immigration and Custom Enforcement) sweeping powers to clear the streets...
8. Invite leaders to pick up illegal immigrants at destination


cc: Donald Trump (our incoming President/President-elect) shocked

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