Answer the questions in below. Make sure to answer the questions separately
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Masses
1. Who is a Refugee
2. Who is an Asylum Seeker
3. What is the basis of eligibility under the INA for Asylum?
4. Based on the current US immigration laws and policies described in Chapter 8, can the United States allow a “migrant caravan” of thousands of people seeking refugee and asylum status to enter the United States after having crossed several other countries on its way to the United States Border? Why or why not?
5. What basic steps does Congress have to take if it wanted to change current immigration laws and policies?
Marry Me For A Price
Sally, a United Stated citizen, and her husband Ralph, a foreign national who crossed the border without a visa, and without inspection, visits an attorney’s office seeking help to file for a Green Card for Ralph. When Sally is not listening, Ralph tells the attorney that he hopes this case does not cost a lot of money because he has already paid Sally $15,000 to marry him for a green card:
Based on Rules of Professional Conduct – Ethics …
6. Can the attorney take the case?
7. Must the attorney report Ralph to the DHS, why or why not?
8. Must the attorney report Ralph to the local police, why or why not?