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Liza Galindo
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Obama administration to end wet foot dry foot policy. 

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Obama ends wet foot, dry foot policy that has helped many Cubans legalize their status. Equality for all? #endofwetfootdryfoot

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California is on the right track proposing the "California Values Act" that would permit undocumented immigrants access to schools and hospitals without the fear of deportation. #safezones #immigration #undocumented  

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With our new President-Elect, it is important for foreign nationals to know their rights! Email us: lawoffice@lizagalindo.com to request your copy of the Galindo Law Office's know your rights card. #immigratio #Trump #KnowYourRights  

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Briefs have been submitted and now oral arguments will be held April 18, 2016.  The US Supreme Court should likely issue a decision by end of June 2016.  Stay tuned.

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We are expecting to receive a decision by June 2016!

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Positive news: "The funding allocated to DHS’ Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) appears to indicate that the President is attempting to shift the focus away from increased detention of immigrants."

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Bottom line is that, "On balance, immigrants are clearly an economic resource—not a liability."  States should therefore keep this in mind in all decisions made.

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In all the talk about immigration, at the end of the day it seems we all forget what really matters ... the CHILDREN.  A child is here on earth through no fault of their own.  We need to remember that children of immigrant parents need support and focus on improving themselves rather than being worried about whether or not mom and dad will be home when they get back from school.  The studies repeatedly show that "both U.S. citizen and noncitizen children are more likely to experience poverty, lower levels of preschool enrollment, linguistic isolation, limited English proficiency, and reduced chances of socioeconomic mobility."

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Deportation is not the solution.  It is understanding what the problem is and what can be done to avoid it from happening.  The immigration problem is not resolved by a game of ping pong.  The solution cannot be to bounce people back and forth between countries.
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