According to an article on  “The trio of investigations causing headaches for President Barack Obama’s administration has also provided a honeymoon period for the marquee element of his domestic agenda: revising immigration laws.”

With the media attention focusing on other controversies, Congress has a chance to deliberately move forward on immigration reform without the constant interruption from the press rehashing the same circular arguments both for and against reform that have been debated on and off for the past decade.

Will the Final Act be making immigration reform appear seemingly out of thin air or will it be the magician’s expression:  “now you see it, now you don’t” that the immigrant community has become all too familiar with?

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Author: Bradley Maged

I'm Brad Maged, an immigration lawyer in Boston, Massachusetts. I help people who want to live and work in the United States and companies that wish to employ them. This blog provides opinion and information on developments in immigration law. Thanks for reading!


  1. With limited understanding of either side of the Immigration Issue I offer the following.

    Impose a ONE YEAR Moratorium for Illegal Immigrants. Continue advertising in English and Spanish that Illegal Immigrants have ONE YEAR to leave the U.S.

    If they are caught after the one year period they will be incarcerated for some jail time. This would also act as a deterrent to others that think it is “easy” to get into the U.S.

    Think about it. Would you want to live in a country that was constantly searching for you and if caught after the one year period, throw you in jail?

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