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New York’s Best Immigration Services Discusses Obama’s Request For More Border Security Funding July 25, 2014

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New York’s Best Immigration Services Discusses Obama’s Request For More Border Security Funding, Manhattan, New York

Berd & Klauss, PLLC is New York City’s leading immigration law firm. These experienced immigration lawyers offer a wide range of immigration services and expertise surrounding visas, deportation, citizenship, naturalization, and more. This immigration law firm strives for to stay up-to-date with news affecting immigration law, helping clients from around the world manage their United States residency.

The latest news stems from President Obama's recent request to Congress to allocate more money for border security:

On July 9th 2014, President Obama asked congressional leadership for $3.7 billion in emergency funds to bolster the U.S. border with Mexico. This move is aimed at solving the humanitarian crisis occurring on the southern border, which sees thousands of Central American children and teenagers trying to cross into the U.S every year.

This funding would also provide funds to ensure these unaccompanied children are taken care of. The Obama administration has warned that if this request is not approved, border security funds would dry up this summer.

President Obama has also urged parents of these children to stop sending them on the perilous journey to the border. According to Business Insider, the president calls for “an aggressive deterrence strategy focused on the removal and repatriation of recent border crossers.” 

Learn more about the latest immigration news from NYC's immigration law firm. If you need legal services pertaining to immigration, visit Berd & Klauss, PLLC online and call (212) 461-7152 to set up a consultation today. 

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