Over the next couple of weeks, Benach Collopy attorneys and staff will be traveling the greater DC area to offer FREE public meetings to discuss the Presidents Executive Reforms to Immigration. These forums are open to the public and provide an opportunity for people to learn the specifics of the reform programs and get the latest updates. Our summary of the executive reforms can be found here.
Tomorrow night (Thursday, November 20, 2014) at 8PM, the President of the United States will address the nation to announce what steps his administration intends to take to reform U.S. immigration law and policy. This announcement represents the culmination of the President’s evolution on his authority as the nation’s chief executive. In June 2014, when it became clear that the House of Representatives would not take up the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate, the President made a statement that he would take administrative action to ameliorate the harsh effects of our immigration law.
In the past two months, North Korean despot Kim Jung-un disappeared and reappeared. And earlier this week, the U.S. government sought bids on a potential government contract. Both events caused massive speculation but little information regarding critical policy issues. Those who watch the immigration issue with obsessive scrutiny noticed this week that the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Service put out a request for bids for a contractor who could provide supplies to produce up to 34 million work permits.