Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) introduces the U visa Reform Act of 2013. The bill limits chain migration, requires that U visa holders be actual crime victims, and makes the U visa a true nonimmigrant visa. Watch her speak on the House floor here.
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As you can see, under VAWA, any foreign woman, married to or dating an American man, can immediately get a greencard by claiming domestic abuse. The VAWA was recently turned back in the House because the allocation of U visas was doubled. The Representaive from Tennessee is right. The U visa is not a path to a green card and citizenship. It is just a temporary stay in order to testify in acriminal investigation.
I wish the so called “leaders” had the sense and spine of Rep. Black. She should be the Speaker, or at least Majority Leader. Eric Cantor announced his support for the 2 million illegal alien DREAMERS today. While African-American unemployment for those under 30 is 50%!
Oh my gosh. There will certainly be much wailing and moaning at this. Expect people to actually obey the law and leave when they’re supposed to? How heartless.
Now really step up to the plate and implement E-verify at 100% of all TN employers….do that and the U Visa and chain migration seems like a moot point in comparison.