The 2020 presidential election is sure to be intense, emotional and full of differing viewpoints on how people see the future of the United States. And once again, immigration policy will be one of the most debated issues on the campaign trail.
Immigration has become a central theme in US politics despite the fact that over 99% of Americans are in fact descendants of immigrants or themselves immigrants. President Trump’s 2016 election campaign’s central theme was immigration and it continues to be a central focus of his administration’s activities.
Whether you live in a border state, an urban area or rural America, immigration impacts your family, your friends, and your neighbors. And unless you live in a vacuum, the topic of immigration headlines social media, TV, newspapers and radios.
A special report by USAToday listed 10 key immigration issues presidential candidates face on the 2020 campaign trail:
- Temporary Protected Status
- 11 Million Undocumented Immigrants
- Family Separations
- Asylum and Refugees in the US
- Treatment of Migrants in Detention
- Aid to Central America
- Merit-Based Immigration
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement
- Sanctuary Cities
The immigration process can also be stressful and costly. Immigrationsimplified.com is here to help you get a green card, settle green card issues or help you become a U.S. citizen with ease and confidence. Our experienced attorneys have handled cases all across the country from those seeking asylum to those interested in obtaining U.S. citizenship. Please visit our website or call us at (312) 883-9944.
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