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Donusia Lipinski to Speak at the Rotary Club of Myrtle Beach, SC

Donusia Lipinski will be the guest speaker at the Rotary Club of Myrtle Beach on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 12:30 pm.  http://www.myrtlebeachrotary.org/.   Donusia will discuss the economic contributions of both immigrants and undocumented immigrants to South Carolina and will explore why undocumented immigrants don’t just ‘get in line” and get legal status.

Donusia Lipinski será la oradora invitada en el Rotary Club de Myrtle Beach el lunes, 3 de abril de 2017 a las 12:30 pm. Http://www.myrtlebeachrotary.org/ Donusia hablara sobre las contribuciones económicas de los inmigrantes y de los inmigrantes indocumentados a Carolina del Sur y explorará porqué los inmigrantes indocumentados no se “ponen en línea” y consiguen estatus legal.

 

The Truth behind the President’s Executive Order: Presentation in North Myrtle Beach Library in SC

March 29, 2017–Donusia L Lipinski, Founder and CEO of Myrtle Beach Immigration Law Center, spoke at the North Myrtle Beach Library at 910 1st Ave S, North Myrtle Beach, SC 29582 to an animated group of community members and business leaders regarding the basics of our current immigration system, what parts are broken, why we have undocumented immigrants, and how the Administration’s current immigration policies are impacting our community, families, and the economy. We appreciate the Grand Strand Indivisible Group for inviting us and sponsoring this event. This is the third community event at which Donusia was a speaker in the past three weeks.

 

La Verdad detrás de la Orden Ejecutiva del Presidente: Presentacion en la Biblioteca de North Myrtle Beach, SC – 29 de marzo de 2017–Donusia L Lipinski, fundadora y CEO de Myrtle Beach Immigration Law Office, habló en la biblioteca de North Myrtle Beach localizada en 910 1st Ave S, North Myrtle Beach, Carolina del Sur 29582 a un grupo animado de miembros de la comunidad y líderes de negocios sobre lo básico de nuestro sistema de inmigración actual, qué partes están rotas, por qué tenemos inmigrantes indocumentados y cómo las actuales políticas de inmigración de la Administración actual están afectando a nuestra comunidad, familias y la economía. Agradecemos a Grand Strand Indivisible Group por invitarnos y por patrocinar este evento. Este es el tercer evento comunitario en el que Donusia fue oradora en las últimas tres semanas.


The Truth behind the President’s Executive Order: Presentation in Pawleys Island, SC at the Waccamaw Library

Woo Hoo … I get to do it again!! Tomorrow evening I have the honor of being in Pawleys Island, SC at the Waccamaw Library to talk with the Community about the Truth behind the President’s Executive Order and how it affects our Immigrant community and our State. We start at 7. Hope to see you there. http://www.thefowl.org/ This is being sponsored by Club 142 United. Look forward to a great discussion.

Attention South Carolina:  If undocumented immigrants are removed, South Carolina stands to lose $1.8 billion in economic activity. 

  • If they are granted legal status, they would pay $40.7 million in state and local taxes.
  • Undocumented immigrants make up at least 2% of South Carolina’s population.  They paid $33.4 million in state and local taxes in 2010.

Florence/Myrtle Beach WPDE ABC 15 News interviews Donusia Lipinski. “”I don’t see immigration as a political issue, it’s about who we are as a people,” said Lipinski.”

Myrtle Beach Immigration Law’s immigration attorney, Donusia Lipinski, was featured on the ABC15 News on March 1, 2017. She shared her views and passion towards immigration.

It’s safe to say the debate over illegal immigration is one of the most emotional and controversial facing our country at this time. But, have you ever wondered what impact illegal immigration has on our economy?

The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates the annual cost of illegal immigration is $113 billion.

But, the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy says illegal immigrants contribute more than they take, bringing in more than $11 billion dollars.

So, which is it?

Ultimately, the most recent report by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says most of their estimates determined that illegal immigrants do have a net cost to state and local governments, but there’s no agreement on how much that net cost is or even the best way to measure it nationally.

Donusia Lipinski is an immigration lawyer in Myrtle Beach. She is very passionate about helping those who have come from other countries illegally.

Joe Dugan is also passionate about his beliefs. He’s the coordinator of the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition and is against illegal immigration.

Lipinski says since President Donald Trump’s inauguration, she’s had endless calls from clients wondering about their futures.

“They’re afraid to go to work; they’re afraid to go to school. The question they ask most is, ‘What am I going to do?'”

Lipinski says her research points to a positive impact from illegal immigrants

“The local economy would lose $1.8 billion. There’s only 2 percent of the workforce in South Carolina that are actually earning the monies. The contributions that they make to the state are tremendous,” she said.

Lipinkski says some of these illegal immigrants are paying taxes. Sometimes making up or buying Social Security numbers, but by doing it, they’re trying to better themselves and their families.

Dugan thinks it’s the exact opposite.

“I think it has a very negative impact, and for a lot of reasons,” he said.

Dugan says the best way to understand his logic is to read Donald J. Trump’s Contract with the American Voter, but his biggest reason is employment.

“We undercut the wages of American people who are here legally that cannot find employment,”Dugan said.

The one thing Dugan and Lipinski do have in common, despite their differences, is the belief in immigration ‘s ability to make our country a better place.

“I’m in favor of immigration. If somebody wants to come here legally and assimilate, I have no problem with it whatsoever,” said Dugan.

“I don’t see immigration as a political issue, it’s about who we are as a people,” said Lipinski.

If you or someone you know needs to contact an immigration lawyer, Donusia Lipinski can be reached at the Myrtle Beach Immigration Law Office, her contact information can be found on their website: www.myrtlebeachimmigrationlaw.com

To contact or find out more information about the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition, visit http://southcarolinateapartycoalition.com/

For the full article go to: http://wpde.com/news/local/is-there-a-real-way-to-measure-the-economic-impact-of-illegal-immigration