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How to Fix a Broken Immigration System, According to the White House (Pt. 1)

The U.S. immigration system has been under some scrutiny some time now, with much of the recent focus centering on the November 2014 immigration executive action taken by President Barack Obama.

Here’s a look at the White House’s perspective on the central issues necessary to fix a broken immigration system in the U.S. Contact us for help with any immigration issues.

Here’s a look at the White House’s perspective on the central issues necessary to fix a broken immigration system in the U.S. Contact us for help with any immigration issues.

While we’ve spent some time in our recent blogs pointing out the provisions and other important info related to this recent immigration executive action, now, we think is a good time to take a look behind the proverbial curtain and seek just how these actions are intended to “fix a broken immigration system” and bring about some real immigration reform in the U.S.

To shed some more light on this, in this blog series, we will point out and discuss the four primary issues that the White House has identified as being critical to effective immigration reform in the U.S.

While the discussion herein is informative and insightful, don’t hesitate to contact the experienced Los Angeles immigration lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group, PC when you or someone you love needs any assistance with an immigration-related issue.

How to Fix a Broken Immigration System: The Issues Central to Reform

According to the White House, the primary issues central to realizing immigration reform in the U.S. are as follows:

  • The strength of border security – In particular, the White House is currently focused on continuing to bolster U.S. border security.While this generally includes building on the progress made since the number of Border Patrol officers in the U.S. has been doubled, it also involves, as the White House has noted, the development of the technologies and infrastructures relied on to assess and address threats to U.S. national security.
  • Accountability for hiring undocumented workers – In particular, this aspect of the White House plan to fix a broken immigration system involves cracking down on employers who intentionally hire undocumented workers.Additionally, this includes providing businesses that comply with the rules reliable methods of establishing the legal status of their employees.

We’ll continue this discussion regarding how to fix a broken immigration system (according to the White House) in the second installment of this blog series that will be published soon. Don’t miss it!

Los Angeles, California Immigration Lawyers at the Hanlon Law Group, P.C.

Do you need help with any immigration issues? If so, you can turn to the Los Angeles immigration attorneys at the Hanlon Law Group, P.C. For more than 15 years, our lawyers have been successfully representing clients in various types of immigration cases, including those that involve the most basic immigration applications to those associated with extremely complicated federal court litigation.

Our firm offers state-of-the art technology to deliver these services efficiently while also providing each of our clients with old-fashioned personal service. That means you can count on your case progressing as quickly as possible while feeling confident that your Hanlon Law Group lawyer will answer your questions quickly, clearly and honestly.

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To learn more about our citizenship, immigration and deportation defense services contact us today by calling (626) 765-4641 or (866) 489-7612 or by emailing us using the form at the upper right-hand side of the screen. From our office in Pasadena, we serve clients throughout the Los Angeles area, across the state of California and from around the world.

We offer free, confidential initial consultations to provide potential clients with expert advice regarding their immigration law needs. Additionally, we are able to provide immigration legal services in various languages, including in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, Bahasa Indonesian, Tagalog and Fukienese.

By |2018-01-30T18:54:34+00:00February 5th, 2015|Categories: Blogs, Deportation & Removal Defense, Immigration Executive Action, U.S. Citizenship, U.S. Immigration Law, Uncategorized|Comments Off on How to Fix a Broken Immigration System, According to the White House (Pt. 1)

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