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ILW.COM Slogan/Quote Suggestions From Immigration Daily Readers

Editor's Note: All submissions appear below in order received.

  1. Immigration - the best is yet to come (Margo Einsig, Immigration Paralegal, Barley Snyder)
  2. (a) It ain't over til the alien wins (b) If some is good, more is better (Mark Krikorian)
  3. ILW.COM: News of import for bringing the best the world has to offer (McMakar)
  4. Your comings and goings are our business (Angie Torres)
  5. The World is here; Where in the World? ILW.COM (Helen Carter, Visa Specialist-Verizon Immigration Services, Coppell, TX)
  6. Litigation for immigration (Rob Grant)
  7. For Those Trying to become an Immigrant (Shailesh)
  8. Immigration News for Inquiring Minds (Suzanne G. Brummett)
  9. Immigration Daily - The "Melting Pot" of Global News and Worldly Views (Brenda Collins)
  10. Today's Immigration News Today (Sidney N. Lachter, Attorney At Law, Phoenix, Arizona)
  11. The ImmiGREATion Source (Jo Anne Chernev Adlerstein, Brown Raysman Millstein Felder & Steiner LLP)
  12. It's a small world after all (Alison Abdel-Shafy)
  13. Reporting and opinions on America's secure borders and open doors (Curt Castillo, Guardian Industries Corp.)
  14. ILW.COM: Educating the World How To Secure America's Promise (David H. Nachman, Esq., Nachman & Associates, P.C.)
  15. (a) A Dream A Day (b) The Immigration Way (c) A World of News For Immigration Views (Beatrix Bong, Paralegal)
  16. Immigration: defining (people) and being defined (by people) (Calin)
  17. Past is Prologue" - William Shakespeare (Jennifer I. Peyton, Attorney At Law)
  18. Immigration Daily - E pluribus unum (Anonymous)
  19. For the huddled masses yearning to be free (Matthias Pfeiffer, CEO GreenCard Support Service)
  20. (a) Delivering the freshest immigration news (b) passport to knowledge (c) A daily dose of immigration news (d) Your personal immigration newstand (e) Have an immigration question? we have the answer (f) Read now, travel later (Moza Yontov, Paralegal, Legal Solution Group, Inc.)
  21. "Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore; Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me, I lift my lamp beside the golden door." - Emma Lazarus (Lal Varghese, Attorney at Law)
  22. The Joy of Immigration: Stand for the Melting-pot"? (Raed Gonzalez, Esq., Manuel Solis Law Firm)
  23. Beacon (Michael Wingfield Walker, Townsend Immigration Group)
  24. (a) Finding the joy and avoiding the pitfalls of immigration (b) Immigration news you can really use (c) Great Resource. Great News. It's just immi-great. (A. Hall, Paralegal)
  25. (a) Bringing the world together through immigration (b) Comings and goings the revolving door of immigration (c) Comings and goings news from the immigration portal (d) Up to date news on the immigration portal (e) ILW.COM -- news on the immigration portal (Mona T. Movafaghi)
  26. (a) ILW.COM: Illegals Least Welcome (b) De-alienating the masses (Sarin)
  27. Immigration for Diversity and Prosperity in America (Ning Ji, Legal Assistant, Caesar & Napoli)
  28. Help is on the way (JG Mckeon)
  29. (a) "Policy and Practice Informing the Immigration Law Community" (b)"Informing the Immigration Law Community" (c)"Policy and Practice Today" (d)"Updating the Immigration Law Community" (e)"Policy and Practice for the Immigration Law Community" (f)"Keeping immigration law professionals on top of the world" (g)"On top of the world" (h)"'Then they came for me'" - why we are all in this together" -Reverend Martin Niemoller, anti-Nazi minister during WW II) (i)"A global universe - we are all in this together" (Anonymous)
  30. Remember, remember always, that all of us... are descended from immigrants and revolutionists." - Franklin D. Roosevelt (Norelys(Reed)Consuegra)
  31. "Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere." - Martin Luther King (Juana Mangaoang)
  32. Stranger No More (Julio Cesar Ortiz, Senior Reporter Univision)
  33. Recognizing our strength and history come from our diversity. (Jill H. Stover, Senior Immigration Paralegal, BP America Inc.)
  34. ILW.COM - The Immigration Resource (David D. Murray)
  35. Nonindigenous News (Dorrie L. Runman, Immigration Paralegal)
  36. (a) A melting pot of information for the huddled masses (b) ILW.COM: Be Informed (c) ILW.COM: Tomorrow's News, Today. (Michael Gurfinkel)
  37. Information. Innovation. Immigration. (Christine Brown, Paralegal Coordinator, Law Office of Sheela Murthy)
  38. "What sets worlds in motion is the interplay of differences, their atractions and repulsions. Life is plurality, death is uniformity. By eliminating different civilizations and cultures, progress weakens life and favors death." -Octavio Paz. (P.Sanchez Flavian)
  39. "But the stranger who dwells with you shall be to you as one born among you, and you shall love him as yourself; for you were once strangers in the land of Egypt"- Leviticus 19:34 (Jay Solomon)
  40. "Knowledge will forever govern ignorance: And a people who mean to be their own Governors, must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives." - James Madison (1751-1836), US president. Madison to W.T. Barry, August 4, 1822. The Mind of the Founder: Sources of the Political Thought of James Madison, p. 437, ed. Marvin Meyers, Indianapolis (1973) or "For also knowledge itself is power" - Francis Bacon (1561-1626), British philosopher, essayist, statesman. Religious Meditations, "Of Heresies," (1597) (Daniel Rah)
  41. Fair and Balanced Immigration Coverage (Michael)
  42. "The first step toward creating a sound and enduring immigration policy entails recognition of what we refer to in this Article as the "human face of immigration." Anyone who has witnessed people attempting surreptitiously to cross the Rio Grande, visited illegal aliens detained in [INS] facilities, or interviewed those who have risked their lives in rickety vessels to reach our shores can agree on certain facts. These are not the faces of hardened criminals. While a small proportion of these individuals do wish us harm, the vast majority of those who seek to enter the United States, even by illegal means, are not our enemies. People are any nation's greatest resource, and the United States has been greatly enriched by the contributions of those who, though not born here, have pledged their lives, allegiance, and human capabilities to building this nation. Therefore the problem we face in the realm of immigration is not the people, but the policy. A policy that disregards the basic human dignity of any person, especially one whose violation of the law was motivated by the great opportunities that this country has to offer, is offensive to American ideals and utterly inconsistent with a system of ordered immigration - Lamar Smith & Edward R. Grant, Immigration Reform: Seeking the Right Reasons, 28 ST. MARY'S L. J. 883, 893 (ILW.COM)
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  44. (ILW.COM Discussion Board)
  45. "There is no class so intensely patriotic, so wildly devoted to the Republic as the naturalized citizen and his child, for little does the native-born citizen know of the value of rights which have never been denied. Only the man born abroad, like myself, under institutions which insult him at his birth, can know the full meaning of Republicanism." Andrew Carnegie in his book "Triumphant Democracy" (1886) (Mr. Carnegie was an immigrant and a capitalist) (ILW.COM)
  46. "Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom." - Wendell Phillips (Evelyn Margaret Grey, Esq.)