Cinco Cosas que se Deben Saber Sobre Cómo las Medidas Ejecutivas del Presidente Obama Afectan a los Inmigrantes

By: Jalenn Turre, Marketing, Business & Social Media Strategist

Five Things to Know About How President Obama’s Executive Action Impacts Immigrants (Source: The White House Blog, by Cecilia Muñoz) 

President Obama issued last week an Executive Action to fix as much of our broken immigration system within the scope of his existing legal authority. The President is determined to fix as much of the problem as he can, while continuing to work with Congress to pass a comprehensive, bipartisan immigration reform bill.

Credit: whitehouse.gov

Credit: whitehouse.gov

El Presidente ha sido claro al indicar que no puede arreglar el sistema inmigratorio totalmente por su cuenta; las medidas que tome no será un sustituto para las soluciones de larga duración que solamente una legislación migratoria integrada podría proporcionar.

He aquí cinco cosas que debes saber sobre las iniciativas del Presidente que afectan a los inmigrantes indocumentados en Estados Unidos.

  1. Tienes que cumplir con requisitos estrictospara calificar para recibir una suspensión de la deportación

  2. No vas a poder presentar tu solicitud por varios meses

  3. Personas que crucen la frontera en fecha reciente tendrán prioridad para deportación

  4. Si cometes fraude no cumplirás con los requisitos

  5. Cuídate de los estafadores

Please click on the link to read the English version of the article

Some quotes by President Obama regarding the Executive Action on Immigration:

“We didn’t raise the Statue of Liberty with her back to the world; we did it…with her light…shining.” —Obama #ImmigrationAction — The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 25, 2014

“Being a nation of immigrants gives us a huge entrepreneurial advantage over other nations.” —President Obama #ImmigrationAction — The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 25, 2014

“It’s accountability. It’s a common-sense approach.” —President Obama#ImmigrationAction pic.twitter.com/PoKgGH8RPJ — The White House (@WhiteHouse) November 25, 2014

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