Indeed, many hard working immigrants add value to every economy regardless of location. But there are politics across perspectives that challenges the unity of humanity.
By: Juntee Terrenal, GMS, Strategic International Business Leader, Adviser & Coach
“We are a nation of Immigrants in the United States of America” “We Were Strangers Once, too”
In the next few weeks, immigration will be the focus of debates among Americans and their international friends across platforms and media; because the US Supreme Court will begin their oral arguments about the case U.S. versus Texas. It is a topic that ignites tensions that are highly political.
In fact, the 2016 presidential candidates have started debating it by offering their personal views and preferences as a tool of influencing votes in their favor. Instead of looking through opportunities and creating together better society of integrated immigrants across cultures.
In connection to that case, the group of corporate leaders signed the Brief, requesting the US Supreme Court to support President Obama’s Executive Actions on Immigration, “that temporarily protect some undocumented immigrants from deportation and…
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