TKiran wrote:Gautam sir, I just asked a hypothetical question that if I come to US with my family, what would happen? I am not a drug peddler.
Another hypothetical question...
Once my daughter turns 21, she can sponsor me for GC. After I become 60 years, I will get compulsory retirement in India. Now I become evil foreigner in US and take up a engineering job in US in order to rob American fresh engineering graduates of their stable job. I live upto 95 years effectively robbing genuine American engineering job for 35 years. At that time Trump like fellow comes to power, (assume that I am still 92 years when Trump 2 comes to power). What kind of legislation he can bring in order to deport me back to India so that he can make America great again?(at the age of 92 I still hold my Indian passport).
Actually lot of my seniors are hoping to emigrate to US After they retire and work in US. So this is a serious problem for US. Even if they create a lot of jobs they will be grabbed by Indian GC holders depriving American youth of their dreams. What can Trump do about it?
God forbid, when did I say you were a drug peddler? Tauba, tauba. I said that rarely Indians are deported. Mostly it is the aam janata of Mexico that are deported, as the cost associated of such deportation is high for other countries. Mexicans are cheap to deport and they can return before the next harvest.
The answer to your question: DT is trying to compromise on the DACA, but his condition is to remove the family immigration that you want to avail yourself. The family immigration in case of Indians goes like this, one Indian gets his citizenship and then he sponsors his parents and minor siblings. After a long waiting time, they get GCs. Once parents get their citizenship (5 years+) they sponsor their adult sons/daughters. They too get GCs after a long wait. DT says that the immigrants coming in this way are not skilled enough. He also wants to remove the immigration lottery, but India will not be affected by that.
But in any case, I am not a lawyer and can tell you about stuff that was law when I migrated. Law changes frequently, and you need to talk to a lawyer before you cancel your newspaper (and milk deliv.) subscriptions and move to the US.