New York Times: Once Accepted, Soon Rejected? New York’s Young Immigrants Uncertain Under Trump

New York Times: Once Accepted, Soon Rejected? New York’s Young Immigrants Uncertain Under Trump

New York Times writer Liz Robbins examines the uncertain future of NYC’s DACA recipients in the article “Once Accepted, Soon Rejected? New York’s Young Immigrants Uncertain Under Trump.” Trump has said he would end the Deferred Action program instituted by President Obama’s executive action.

According to an immigration lawyer, Stephen Yale-Loehr, Mr. Trump could still cancel the program immediately, or let the existing two-year work permits simply expire.

Read the entire article on the New York Times website.

NY Times: U.S. Foreign Investor Program Funding More Luxury Projects

NY Times: U.S. Foreign Investor Program Funding More Luxury Projects

While the presidential election has thrown the future of many immigration policies into question, there are some ongoing immigration issues that existed long before the election. The EB-5 visa program, which is set to expire on December 9, is one of them.

While the EB-5 program has long been controversial, immigration policy is complex and enacting change takes a long time. Trump’s election only makes the issues grow a little deeper.

The New York Times has taken a close look at EB-5 program participants and examined their adherence to the spirit behind this foreign investor program. I am quoted in the article regarding Trump’s election and immigration policy. The complete write up is on the New York Times website.