Immigration Rally Pics
These pictures were taken at Immigration Voice's Washington, DC rally held Tuesday, September 18th.
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Fairness Should Be An American Value, Too
Alan Ladd, Esq. writes "To begin this discussion, which illegal aliens are we talking about? I have in mind the ones I meet every day in my law office, accompanied by their neighbors, their employers and their American spouses."
Bloggings: September 19, 2007
Joel Stewart shares the recent entries from his blog.
DHS Publishes Interim Rule On U Visas With Request For Comments
DHS published notice in the Federal Register of an interim rule effective October 17, 2007, regarding a new classification for victims of criminal activity and eligibility for "U" nonimmigrant status, with request for comments.
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Further to my comments of September 18 about the difficulties in obtaining her family's green cards described in Linda Cogill's letter of September 17, it is naive, to say the least, to blame delays in getting legal visas on illegal immigrants who are "jumping ahead of the line". The fact that there are people here illegally does not directly affect processing of legal visas or green cards, though one can argue that if the government continues, like Don Quixote (and I hope I am not offending anyone who might agree with David Utterback's letters if I refer to a character from Spanish literature) to tilt at the windmills of chasing after millions of Mexican and Central American busboys or farm workers, resources may be diverted away from processing green cards. However, the real reason that legal immigrants like Ms. Cogill have to wait so long is simple: There are not enough visas. Why not? Because the same people who want to throw out millions of illegal immigrants don't want to let any more legal ones in. If legal immigrants want faster green cards, they should be fighting against bigotry and pushing for more rational and humane immigration laws side by side with the illegal immigrants, instead of merely parroting anti-immigrant slogans put out by people who want to shut America's gates entirely.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
I do believe Mr Algase's letter (09/18/07 ID) is missing the most important point I was trying to make with my previous letter (09/17/07 ID). There are so many legal immigrants waiting in line to enter America, but everyone, pro-immigrationists, the government, Immigration Daily, and all the attorneys etc, who regularly use ILW.COM to give their opinions, all seemed focused on one thing, and that is "fairness" for illegals. I would not be against it, but would it not be fair to take care of the other legal immigrants first. For every bit of favorable legislation in respect of illegals from Mexico and elsewhere, the legal immigrants get another kick in the teeth because our applications get pushed back time and time again due to the INS being overworked with illegal issues. If you want to be honest, let's face it, since it is not the easiest thing to enter America legally, legal immigrants are generally here because we can offer a service the US is in need of, and we are highly educated in our respective fields. Having those qualifications were the only way we got legal entry here in the first place. So let the illegals into the US if they are needed for jobs US citizens don't want. All I want is some of the same "sympathy" and consideration, not to be put on the backburner in favor of illegals.
It's very obvious that nativists love to manipulate numbers and statistics to exaggerate their claims and arguments. It's only 40 millions out of 300 millions Americans who don't have health insurance, so it's only about 13-15% of Americans not 46% like Mr. Utterback's letter (09/18/07 ID) indicated and I can bet many of these Americans still can afford to buy cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, subcribe to cables, cell phones etc. And also many nativists unfairly accuse "illegal" immigrants for environment degradation while actually those rich greedy Americans living at huge McMansions with swimming pools and driving gas guzzlers like Hummers and play golf as their leisure activities should be blamed the most for destroying this planet. Nativists love to scape goating illegal immigrants for stealing welfare while ignoring the facts about corporate welfare, government waste, corruption and reckless spending and costly endless wars that bring us nothing but bankruptcy and more enemies. It's time to be honest as Americans, if smarter Indians and Chinese taking our jobs, we need to learn harder on English proper spelling and grammar and also Math. 40 millions of uninsured Americans is equal about 13-15% of total US population not 46 %. I have no empathy on Americans who don't want to work and learn harder, trying empower themselves but feel they can take anything for granted. Let's leave them behind.
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