Slogan Ideas So Far
A week ago, we solicited our readers' suggestions for a slogan/tagline/motto for Immigration Daily. We said that "the ideal phrase or sentence would express a principle or sentiment which animates the body of immigration law and stands for its essence and spirit." Presented below are the responses that we have received so far, and our thoughts for your consideration and comment.
We thank the above readers for taking the time to send in their suggestions. We are still reflecting on these suggestions, and are currently considering whether a quote from a major figure in American history may be appropriate as a slogan for Immigration Daily. The advantage of a quote as opposed to a "bare" slogan would be that the slogan would be animated not only by the strength of the idea it expresses, but would also have the imprimatur of the major historical figure. The flip side is that a quote would likely be much longer than a typical slogan/tagline/motto. We are open to both alternatives - quote or "bare" slogan. Before deciding, we would like to request our readers to send in their favorite immigration quotes - with the name of the person quoted (of course, further suggestions on a "bare" slogan are still welcome). We await your thoughts, please email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Margo Einsig, Immigration Paralegal, Barley Snyder: Immigration - the best is yet to come
- Mark Krikorian: It ain't over til the alien wins; If some is good, more is better
- McMakar: ILW.COM: News of import for bringing the best the world has to offer
- Angie Torres: Your comings and goings are our business
- Helen Carter, Visa Specialist-Verizon Immigration Services, Coppell, TX: The World is here; Where in the World? ILW.COM
- Rob Grant: Litigation for immigration
- Shailesh: For Those Trying to become an Immigrant
- Suzanne G. Brummett: Immigration News for Inquiring Minds
- Brenda Collins: Immigration Daily - The "Melting Pot" of Global News and Worldly Views
- Sidney N. Lachter, Attorney At Law, Phoenix, Arizona: Today's Immigration News Today
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Readers are welcome to share their comments, email: firstname.lastname@example.org (275-words or fewer preferred).
I have been trying to send an e-mail to your "letters" e-mail address, but nothing will go through. Accordingly, I am trying the email@example.com address instead. The slogan that I suggest is "Today's Immigration News Today."
Sidney N. Lachter, Attorney At Law
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New Office Address
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