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Donusia Lipinski to Discuss U.S. Immigration Law at Waccamaw Library

Everyone seems to agree that U.S. immigration law is broken. So what should done to fix it? Join our immigration attorney Donusia Lipinski, as she creates a dialogue for this subject in her talk on Thursday, October 18 at 5:30-6:30 p.m. in DeBordieu Auditorium at the Waccamaw Library, located at 41 St. Paul Place, Pawleys Island, SC 29585. The event is free and open to all.

Todos parecen estar de acuerdo en que la ley de inmigración de los Estados Unidos está rota. Entonces, ¿qué se debe hacer para solucionarlo? Únase a nuestra abogada de inmigración Donusia Lipinski, mientras crea un diálogo sobre este tema el jueves 18 de octubre a las 5: 30-6: 30 p.m. en DeBordieu Auditorium en la Biblioteca Waccamaw, ubicada en 41 St. Paul Place, Pawleys Island, SC 29585. El evento es gratuito y está abierto a todos.

Donusia Lipinski attends Surfside Beach Church to Stand Up for DACA Students

“Let me hear what you have to say and let me hear in a respectful way that you may not agree with me, because at the end of a day for there to be any kind of immigration reform there has to be dialogue.” – Donusia Lipinski expressed how the need to have a dialogue is vital to have any kind of immigration reform and to protect our “Dreamers” during the gathering at Unity Church in Surfside Beach on Thursday, January 11, 2018.

“Déjame escuchar lo que tienes que decir y déjame escuchar de manera respetuosa que quizás no estés de acuerdo conmigo, porque al final del día para que haya algún tipo de reforma migratoria tiene que haber diálogo”. – Donusia Lipinski expresó que la necesidad de tener un diálogo es vital para tener algún tipo de reforma migratoria y para proteger a nuestros “Soñadores” durante la reunión en Unity Chruch en Surfside Beach el jueves 11 de enero de 2018.

WMBF News also covered the community event Donusia Lipinski attended on January 11, 2018 at Unity Church in Surfside Beach, SC. She came together along with other community members to discuss the importance of immigration reform and fighting for programs such as DACA.

WMBF News también cubrió el evento comunitario al que asistió Donusia Lipinski el 11 de enero de 2018 en Unity Church en Surfside Beach, SC. Ella se unió junto con otros miembros de la comunidad para hablar sobre la importancia de la reforma migratoria y luchar por programas como DACA.

El Tribunal Supremo Emite una Decisión Decepcionante en Estados Unidos v. Texas

Hoy en día, el Tribunal Supremo emitió una decisión 4-4 en los Estados Unidos v. Texas, el caso que cuestiona la Acción Diferida para los Llegados en Infancia amplificada (DACA) y la Acción Diferida para los padres de los estadounidenses y residentes legales permanentes (DAPA). Esto significa que la decisión del Quinto Circuito de mantener su medida preliminar en contra de estas iniciativas se mantendrá. Este fallo no influye en el programa original de DACA puesto en marcha en 2012. La decisión es una gran decepción para las familias inmigrantes y sus defensores. Es malo para las comunidades estadounidenses, los trabajadores y la economía. Vamos a continuar explorando todas las vías legales disponibles y le vamos a insistir al gobierno a hacer lo mismo. Ultimadamente, la nación necesita una solución permanente a nuestro sistema de inmigración antiquado, y debe de venir del Congreso. La lucha va a continuar.


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President Obama’s Plans for Immigration

President Obama could announce as soon as next week a series of executive actions that may protect up to five million undocumented immigrants from the threat of deportation, as well as address other areas of immigration. The White House, however, has advised AILA that no final decisions have been made as of yet regarding the substance or timing of the promised executive actions. 

Since he first took office, President Barack Obama has promised to address an immigration system he’s described as “broken,” with more than 11 million people living in the U.S. illegally. He has held off on taking action for six years, amid hopes that Congressional Republicans would pass a comprehensive reform bill.   ….

…Executive action on immigration is nothing new. Since 1956, every U.S. president has granted some kind of temporary relief for some groups of immigrants, according to the American Immigration Council, which tracks immigration policy. In 1987, one year after President Ronald Reagan signed a law that offered a path to citizenship for about 3 million immigrants already in the U.S., his administration also deferred deportation for their children under 18.