Sunday, August 3, 2008

Note on Comments to ImmigrationProf Blog

Thanks to all of you who have submitted comments to the ImmigrationProf blog over the years.  For a variety of legal and other reasons, comments have to be approved to be posted on the blog.  I have posted 99 percent of the comments received, including many with which I do not necessrily agree.  However, every so often I have not posted comments that include racial epithets or were otherwise insulting, antaganistic, or degrading.  As I have noted in the past, healthy debate on immigration is much needed.  Hate speech and personal insults do nothing to further the debate.


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Attention All ImmigrationProf Blog Readers:

Beginning today, we will only post pro-illegal immigrant articles and comments and refuse to post anti-illegal immigrant content, comments that criticize our views in any way, as well as any content that we, in the exercise of our enlightened editorial discretion, believe is not conducive to healthy debate.


G. Orwell, Animal Farm (1984).

Posted by: Thomas Lillich | Aug 4, 2008 10:11:03 AM

Dear Sirs

Could you pls advise how can my daughter can accompany me to usa, since she rejected to be in our case although when we apply for it she was under 21 years old but now she is over and rejected by embassy.
Is any policy or rules which can get green card for her.
Tks for your kind attention to this matter

Posted by: shahla baikzadeh | Aug 4, 2008 9:39:22 PM

Dear Sirs,

I was in our parents green card case file but the time of our file is current , they informed that I am not eligile since I am over 21 years although the time which is 1995-6 I was one of the member of case and they approved.
It would be highly appreciate if you advise what can I do .
Tks alot

Posted by: Samareh Mokhtarzadeh | Aug 4, 2008 9:43:32 PM

Dear Sirs

Apologize for bothering you but really it is too difficult to leave my daughter alone and rest of family go to USA .
Regret my daughter deleted from our green card file due to over 21 years although she was under the time of applying green card . she was only 10-11 years old.
It would be highly appreciate to advise what can I do for her.
Yours sincerely

Posted by: jenik sookasian | Aug 4, 2008 9:47:39 PM

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