Trump Victorious! How Immigration Changes From Here?

As the fog of uncertainty is lifted and Trump appeared as an undisputed winner of the most anticipated US Elections 2016, he has promised to make America great again and put his heart and soul into honouring the pledge embedded in the white and red baseball caps.

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His journey to become the President of the United States has been nothing short of a roller coaster ride with multiple triumphs and pitfalls in his path. As accustomed, the winner of the elections must state a vision about their term in the office. Mr. Trump announced his one day plan instead of 100 days plan and assured that he would begin a busy first day and erase Obama’s trace from history.

Another major concern was on part of the immigrants. Let us take a look at the actions that the newly elected president has in mind for the undocumented immigrants in the following lines. His presidential campaign was definitive on the subject of immigration and he is definitely taking the issue very carefully.

Donald Trump has quietly made a point to eject any undocumented immigrants from the US soil, which is a move that seems impossible rather than impractical. Although, experts suggest that taking such an action will have an adverse on the labour market and affect the economy as a whole. Attorney Margo Chernysheva provides professional legal counsel to individuals and businesses on immigration and other legal matters with an international focus.

He suggests that the process to deport illegals with a criminal record would be a priority (find details at Although the studies suggest that the number of illegals in the country is around 168,000, Trumps suggests the number close to two million.

Despite having a clarity in the terminology Trump surely has Syria on his list and has raised concerns about refugees being let in the country who were scrutinized for a couple of years before being allowed into the country.

And of course, there is the question of the wall. Trump strongly advocates the concept and assured that he will certainly push a legislation to build a wall on the southern border while making Mexico bear all the costs, although the details are still unknown.

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Stephanie Ovadia is a practicing attorney, radio personality and mother of eight children. Stephanie's areas of practice include entertainment law and personal injury. She received her B.A. in political science from SUNY Binghamton and her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law.

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