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Stay Fashionable in the cold Winter

Every year when summer  ends and gloriously turns into fall, we become  excited to reinvent our wardrobe. Don’t misunderstand me I love the light flowing fashion that traditionally arrives with the warmer weather—but the cool, sharp breezes in the  autumn air just provides us so many new and different choices. But, when the inevitable happens and fall turns into winter,  Multiple layers become a necessity; no longer an option. The problem is that we start to run out of interesting cold weather outfits very quickly.But don’t worry. Just because it’s freezing outside, doesn’t mean we have to resign ourselves to forget style—what we have to do is to begin thinking creatively each morning as we get dressed.Open your mind’s eye and realize that , even during winter’s coldest day, you can still look attractive and trendy, Here, some of our top tips and combination tricks.Become a layering expert.Layering has alway been a winter trend.  It’s the most practical way to dress when it’s bitter cold. Now don’t worry about looking like an old maid. Pile on the layers. A turtleneck, under a warm sweater, under a simple jacket, and finally under a coat. Even if you wear a dress, wear it with with a air of slacks.  This is a better solution than wearing a pair of flimsy tights.Think creatively, for example, wear a pair of tights or sheer stockings under a pair of old jeans or layer a form-fitting sweater over a T-shirt.  And don’t forget the long johns.  It can be used for more that just a ski vacation2.  Finally it’s time to show off your boots that you’ve kept in the closet for so long.Having Great winter outfits really comes down to a magnificent pair of boots. Look for an awe-inspiring over-the-knee boot. Show them off, pairing them with a short dress. Have a grand ankle boots that  you want to be certain that everyone  gets to see it. Complete the outfit with cuffed jeans or a sexy dress. Now if it snows and you have to  wear less than fashionable snow boots? Use them as  the beginning of another fantastic winter outfit.   key.  Every item of clothing can be matched to make you look more glamorous, Creativity is the key putting together a great newly invented outfit, rather than just throwing on just anything. You can follow this links:Fashion TV

HOMELAND SECURITY IS STUCK WITH DACA, FOR NOW

WASHINGTON — In the midst of a passionate political struggle about DACA, the program that protects from deportation young immigrants who, as children, were brought illegally to the United States, a federal judge in California, U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco issued a nationwide injunction this Tuesday directing the Trump administration to recommence the DACA program. Not something that the President desires. President Trump has made attacking illegal immigration a top priority in his agenda. A fundamental part of Trump’s modus operandi is his decision to terminate the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA), which the president and his followers call an obvious instance of executive overreach. Trump’s determination to eliminate DACA was toppled late Tuesday, when U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco said that the nearly 690,000 DACA recipients must retain their work permits and protection from deportation while a lawsuit challenging the move to terminate the program goes forward. Judge Alsup held that the government must resume renewal of DACA and work authorizations for all immigrants who had been granted DACA status the status prior to Sept. 5, however, he also opined that the federal government could deny them the right to return to the United States if they travel abroad, even with the governments permission. Additionally, the judge said the government did not have to accept new applicants. Judge Alsup said that the plaintiffs had established that they were likely to succeed on their claims that the Trump administration’s cancellation of the nearly six-year-old program was “capricious,” and that the states, employers and tech companies including the immigrants themselves, had much to lose if the administration was wrong. The Department of Homeland Security has been silent on whether it would begin renewing work permits, notwithstanding Alsup’s order to do so. To date, no guidance regarding renewal of DACA has been issued on its website. As expected Democrats and Republicans met again Wednesday to try and sort out the details of an agreement that would decide the fate of young people protected by DACA. Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) at the meeting in his office attempted to follow up on the reunion with Trump. This group has been in deliberations for many months in anticipation of coming up with an agreement that could garner the 60 votes required to overcome procedural hurdles in the narrowly divided Senate. The fate of dreamers is “hanging out there with great uncertainty,” Durbin told reporters. “Whether it’s by the president’s announcement or a court decision, it’s time for us to meet the president’s challenge and to create a law that solves this problem.” Immigration lawyers also differed on whether dreamers should renew their status now. Some suggested that immigrants file an application to get their foot in the door while the judge’s ruling is pending. But others said they risked losing the hefty application fee and worried that some immigrants would fall prey to fraud.

Stay fashionable in the cold winter

Every year when summer  ends and gloriously turns into fall, we become  excited to reinvent our wardrobe. Don’t misunderstand me I love the light flowing fashion that traditionally arrives with the warmer weather—but the cool, sharp breezes in the  autumn air just provides us so many new and different choices. But, when the inevitable happens and fall turns into winter,  Multiple layers become a necessity; no longer an option. The problem is that we start to run out of interesting cold weather outfits very quickly.But don’t worry. Just because it’s freezing outside, doesn’t mean we have to resign ourselves to forget style—what we have to do is to begin thinking creatively each morning as we get dressed.Open your mind’s eye and realize that , even during winter’s coldest day, you can still look attractive and trendy, Here, some of our top tips and combination tricks.Become a layering expert.Layering has alway been a winter trend.  It’s the most practical way to dress when it’s bitter cold. Now don’t worry about looking like an old maid. Pile on the layers. A turtleneck, under a warm sweater, under a simple jacket, and finally under a coat. Even if you wear a dress, wear it with with a air of slacks.  This is a better solution than wearing a pair of flimsy tights.Think creatively, for example, wear a pair of tights or sheer stockings under a pair of old jeans or layer a form-fitting sweater over a T-shirt.  And don’t forget the long johns.  It can be used for more that just a ski vacation2.  Finally it’s time to show off your boots that you’ve kept in the closet for so long.Having Great winter outfits really comes down to a magnificent pair of boots. Look for an awe-inspiring over-the-knee boot. Show them off, pairing them with a short dress. Have a grand ankle boots that  you want to be certain that everyone  gets to see it. Complete the outfit with cuffed jeans or a sexy dress. Now if it snows and you have to  wear less than fashionable snow boots? Use them as  the beginning of another fantastic winter outfit.   key.  Every item of clothing can be matched to make you look more glamorous, Creativity is the key putting together a great newly invented outfit, rather than just throwing on just anything. You can follow this links:Fashion TV

WILL CONGRESS FIND A SUBSTITUTION FOR DACA or What is happening?

The end is near. On March 6, 2018, nearly 1,000 young people daily could begin to lose their protected status as their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program (DACA) work permits begin to elapse (within 2 years). When President Donald Trump ended this program, he placed the entire burden of resolving the crises for the nearly 1 million people affected directly on the shoulders of Congress There are several DACA substitution bills whirling around Congress. If Congress can pass a bill before the March 5 deadline, many DACA recipients will be able to continue in the US legally. Some of the proposed bills have similar requirements as DACA, but a few provide something extra that DACA does not: a pathway to citizenship. The following are four DACA substitute bills you ought to know about. 1. RAC Act ("Recognizing America's Children Act") Presented: In the House on 3/9/2017 by Rep. Carlos Curbelo, R- Florida.  36 Co-sponsors: The RAC Act has a great number of sponsors, but 35 are Republican and only one is a Democrat.  A path to Citizenship: The RAC Act does provide a pathway to citizenship, but only after 10 years of legal residency. Applicants would need to reside in the US for five years as a conditional permanent resident, and then five years as a green card holder in order to be authorized to apply for citizenship. Permission to Travel: DACA recipients could travel outside of the US right away., The current DACA requires special permission. Basic Requirements: Arrival in the US before 16 years of age and have lived in the US since January 1, 2012. Applicants must either have a high school diploma or be enrolled in school, have a valid work authorization, or enlist in the military. 2. Bridge Act ("Bar Removal of Individuals who Dream and Grow our Economy Act") Presented : In the House on 1/12/2017 by Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colorado. 32 Co-sponsors : The Bridge Act does have bipartisan support. 16 Democrats and 16 Republicans have signed on to the support the bill.  Path to Citizenship : The major problem with this bill is that it does not support a pathway to citizenship. Basically, it is a three-year work visa that requires Congressional approval to renew it for another 3 years.  Permission to Travel : No travel is permitted outside the US during the three-year visa period.  Basic Requirements : Are more stringent than the others. Applicants will have entered the US before 16-years of age and must have resided continuously in the US since June 15, 2007. Applicants must be enrolled in school or have a high school degree or GED. Honorably discharged members of the US Armed Forces are also eligible. Applicants must not have committed three or more misdemeanors. Succeed Act ("Solution for Undocumented Children through Careers, Education, Defending our nation Act") Presented : In the Senate on 9/25/2017 by Sen. Thom Tillis (R- North Carolina). Co-sponsors : There are only Three. The bill is more expansive than the Republican led Bridge Act introduced in the House.  Path to Citizenship : After 15 years as both a conditional permanent resident (10 years) and a green card holder (five years), DACA recipients would be able to apply for citizenship. Permission to Travel : International travel is allowed under the bill. Basic Requirements : Applicants must have entered the US before they reached the age of 16 and be younger than 31 on June 15, 2012. They must have lived continuously in the US since January 1, 2012. Applicants will have earned a high school diploma or GED or be enrolled in higher education. Those who have served or enlisted in the Army are also eligible. Dream Act ("Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act") Presented : The Dream Act has been introduced in both the House and Senate. This bill was originally introduced in 2010, by Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-South Carolina. He reintroduced a reorganized version known as the "Clean Dream Act" in the Senate on 7/20/2017. Rep. Lucille Roybal-Allard, D-California, introduced the same version in the House on 7/26/2017.  211 sponsors Co-sponsors : The Dream Act definitely has the most support. The problem remains that only 9 Republicans support this bill.  Path to Citizenship : The Dream Act provides the quickest path to citizenship.. After five years as a legal permanent resident, applicants can apply for US citizenship. Basic Requirements : must have entered the US before the age of 18 and have lived in the US for four years prior to the bill's enactment. Unlike the other bills, there is no date associated with the age requirement. A GED or high school diploma or enrollment in a higher education program is required.

Immigrant Facebook Users BEWARE

Last week Homeland Security published a new rule in the Federal Register , describing how it plans to increase the information it collects when investigating a person’s immigration status. It will include social media fictitious names and maybe even search histories. The DHS also plans to find data from "publicly available information obtained from the internet, public records, public institutions, interviewees, commercial data providers, and information obtained and disclosed pursuant to information sharing agreements." According to BuzzFeed, this surveillance custom could also eventually pick up data on anyone who corresponds with a US immigrant. The policy applies to not only to immigration applicants, but also to naturalized U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents. The new requirement, was first reported by BuzzFeed News , and is scheduled to take effect on October 18, 2017.
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