Comment: Mind The Promise Gap -
The purpose of ILW.COM Obama's Deferred Action Promise Graph is to hold the president accountable for the promises he has made to the DREAMers.
The graph visually demonstrates the gap, if any, between the promises of benefits and the actual and the projected delivery of benefits. Since we started publishing it last week, we have received a few comments graph, which are reproduced below:
"Lets see if Obama delivers on his commitment."
We urge you to add your own thoughts and comments to the graph - you do not even need to register to do so. We will continue to publish selected comments in Immigration Daily.
By An Immigrant
"We have two choices in this election, a man that made a promise and reneged on it 4 years ago and then, a man that has lived with integrity, sharing millions of his wealth with his church and other charities. A liar and deceiver will not be my choice in the upcoming election. Immigrants are forced to show certified documents at all levels of the petition process and yet the man in office has yet to produce a certified document. I hope the immigrants in our country are not fooled again by this political ploy. President Bush tried to get the Dream Act in Congress. I believe it was 5 votes that kept it from passing and guess which party was in the majority at that time: Democrats. I will take my chances with the generous and successful businessman. Our office is prepared to help as many as possible and donate our time to Catholic Charities to help fill out these forms. We are very much aware there may be only a window of time for many that qualify, so we need to focus on that and put our energy towards that end. Do keep us updated...on the graph, but Obama does not have my vote this time around."
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Help Wanted - Immigration Professional
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Hughes Socol Piers Resnick & Dym, Ltd. is seeking a full-time, bilingual (Spanish) legal assistant to assist lawyers with cases involving preparation of family, business and employment applications, petitions and visas as well as removal and employer sanction defense. The ideal candidate must have excellent organizational, communication and time management skills as well as excellent oral and written skills including grammar in both English and Spanish; must be able to prepare written business communications and narrative statements and to effectively communicate with all types of clients by phone and in person; must have knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook and internet research skills; must be results-oriented and able to work with little direction and under time constraints and have an ability to multi-task and prioritize from multiple attorneys working a diverse caseload. This position requires prior experience as an immigration legal assistant; experience in removal defense, family or employment based immigration is a plus. The position is immediately open. Flexibility with regard to possible paid overtime hours. Please submit a cover letter explaining your qualifications for the position and salary requirement, a resume, a writing sample, and a list of references to agarcia@@hsplegal.com. Please reference HSP005.
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