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I haven't read this in it's entirety, but here are some schemes proposed by top Obama lawyers as ways to provide amnesty to those who would otherwise be illegal.

http://abcnews.go.com/images/Politics/memo-on-alternatives-to-comprehensive-immigration-reform.pdf

If that link does work well here is another: http://www2.nationalreview.com/memo_UCIS_072910.html

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I haven't read this in it's entirety, but here are some schemes proposed by top Obama lawyers as ways to provide amnesty to those who would otherwise be illegal.

http://abcnews.go.com/images/Politics/memo-on-alternatives-to-comprehensive-immigration-reform.pdf

If that link does work well here is another: http://www2.nationalreview.com/memo_UCIS_072910.html

I've read it. Basically, it says that anywhere USCIS has discretion, they should automatically opt in favor of the applicant.

CO: What is the basis of your hardship waiver petition?

I-601 applicant: My US citizen husband stubbed his toe and wants his wifey to kiss it and make it better. :innocent:

CO: Granted! :thumbs:

There's also a wacky proposed solution for the advance parole anomaly. Currently, you can ask for advance parole with your AOS application, even if you've got more than 180 days accumulated overstay. They'll usually grant the advance parole, even though you'd trigger a ban if you actually used it. USCIS is falsely giving people the impression that their overstay has effectively been "expunged" from their record, even though their AOS has not be adjudicated yet. The CORRECT solution would be to stop approving advance parole for people who will not be permitted to use it to reenter the US. What is the administration's solution? Of course, it's to keep issuing the advance parole and to ignore the overstay on return! :huh:

Basically, it's a proposed directive to USCIS to abandon long standing legal interpretations of the INA in favor of a new interpretation that would effectively stop most immigration enforcement actions. Since DHS falls under the authority of the Executive Branch, the President could issue this order. Once issued, Congress would be very reluctant to pull in the reigns with an immigration reform bill that was more restrictive than the President's executive order. In essence, this amounts to the President trying to rule the US by decree.


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