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Monday, April 3, 2017

Immigration Discussion on PBS Television

The Public Broadcast Station (“PBS”) affiliate, Smokey Hills Public Television, recently invited Attorney, Trinidad Galdean, as a speaker on immigration legal updates.  The other guests included Finney County Sherriff Kevin Bascue and El Perico Journalist, Marco Alcocer.  The Hosts, Harold Orosco and Celia Earl, covered various topics and questions which concern for many communities and individuals related to immigration. 

Trinidad discussed the evolution of immigration laws and changes leading the current immigration enforcement.  With Trinidad’s background with business-employment matters, he also discussed the implication of immigration issues for employers, businesses, and farmers. 

The issues on immigration not only affect foreign individuals in the United States, whether documents or undocumented, but also business professionals working and helping US businesses grow.

While the current Executives Orders by President Trump and guidance from the new Administration focus on immigration enforcement, there remains the potential of immigration reform.  Immigration reform, however, would focus on maintaining the contributions of the foreign individuals that benefit the future of the U.S. and have made contributions to their communities.

  Any individual, business, or community with concerns over the immigration changes needs to become better informed.  This PBS program helped to provide some information and answer the public’s concerns.   





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