Check with seller Victoria: USA&World: VISA- Migration options under the Trump administration -Part 1/2 | Washington

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Published date: August 28, 2017
  • Location: Washington, Washington D.C., United States

US Temporary Visa Approvals | Refusals - 2016 | CRISPIN R. ARANDA

UNTIL recently, immigration had been in President Donald Trump’s Tweeter backburner – consumed as he was in belittling Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian meddling in the US presidential elections and collusion by the Trump campaign and Russia.

With the raid of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort’s residence, Mueller is following the money—starting small and working the case up, yanking the weakest link with the threat of pursuing charges such as “tax evasion, money laundering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice”.

While Mueller is following the money, President Trump is following his instincts and tactics that has so far worked in his artful deals: attack when cornered, threaten and file lawsuits upon lawsuits, mock, insult, degrade and belittle.

After the Charlottesville backlash following his remarks seeming to favor white supremacists and neo-Nazis, Trump dug deep into the winning formula of his offense arsenal and rallied his base in Phoenix, reviving the call for the Wall, even threatening to shut down US government operations if there is no budget for a “beautiful, beautiful wall” and a raise in America’s debt ceiling.

Shifting the conversation to immigration offers instant benefits, more supporters and fresh red meat to his base. Last month, Trump gave his boot-stomp of approval to a proposed immigration reform bill by two Republican senators, Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia, seeking to cut legal immigration in half by cutting family-sponsored categories and pushing for a Canada-style points-based migration system.

The bill – S.1720 – intends to “amend the Immigration and Nationality Act to establish a skills-based immigration points system, to focus family-sponsored immigration on spouses and minor children, to eliminate the Diversity Visa Program, to set a limit on the number of refugees admitted annually to the United States, and for other purposes.”

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