Immigration experts say Viktor and Amalija Knavs very likely relied upon this to obtain their green cards, though their attorney has not confirmed it. Once upon a time there was a boy who really wanted to become a hairstylist poster. Trump has proposed limiting family migration to spouses and children, which would mean people like the Knavs would no longer be eligible. Beyond that solo incongruence, though, the whole thing rekindles long-standing questions about Melania Trump’s immigration status.
Once upon a time there was a boy who really wanted to become a hairstylist poster
Neither the president nor the White House have done much to address multiple inconsistencies in her story. This lends credence to notions that there is something else in her story that runs counter to the president’s political brand and is being obscured. Put plainly: If Melania Trump’s parents benefited from something Trump decries, is it possible Melania Trump herself benefited from something Trump has decried? Once upon a time there was a boy who really wanted to become a hairstylist poster. Or put even more plainly: Has she ever been undocumented at any point? That has long been the suggestion behind these questions, and suddenly it is not so outlandish to ask. Did you forget Obama was dealing with an influx of unaccompanied minors, not separating families, and that his administration abided by the Flores agreement and worked to unite kids with relatives in the U.S. as soon as possible? Whereas Sessions wrote a memo saying that family separation was now the policy that would “supersede all previous policies,” stores kids in private for-profit detention centers, and ignores the term limits set by the Flores agreement? Three year olds weren’t appearing in immigration court alone under Obama either. Well done, and you’re dealing out judgements speak much about your character.