I question why ILW.COM felt any need to editorialize on this question, except that having public opinions is generally a hobby of daily editors. But then to support a war only to benefit immigration lawyers, if the war would really do that, is incredibly bad policy. "Before we go any further, our readers should know that Immigration Daily takes positions based only on the immigration law perspective. We do not take positions on issues which are unconnected or peripherally connected to immigration law." You assert, without any evidence: "This war is helpful in the global war against the terrorists who want to destroy all that immigrants value in choosing to make America their home." But that is the one huge unresolved question. If this war is to subdue terrorists it is really a big gamble whether it will actually inflame terrorism. I have a lot of clients from Muslim nations (none of them sympathetic to Sudam Hussein), and the ones I talked to about this war are mostly extremely distressed at the prospect. If international and domestic fears increase, and the whole world becomes more unstable, will the chance that more people become desperate to enter the US be good for immigration lawyers? Maybe not. I suggest you retract your editorial and change your mind.
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