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Cards I: Chain Migration and Immigration Experts

cards i: The Knavses, formerly of Slovenia, are living in the country on green cards, according to Michael Wildes, a New York-based immigration attorney who represents the first lady and her family, according to Toronto Star. I can confirm that Mrs. Immigration experts said Viktor and Amalija Knavs very likely relied on a family reunification process that President Trump has derided as chain migration and proposed ending in such cases. Trump's parents are both lawfully admitted to the United States as permanent residents, he said. The Knavses are now awaiting scheduling for their swearing-in ceremony, according to a person with knowledge of the parents' immigration filings. The family, as they are not part of the administration, has asked that their privacy be respected so I will not comment further on this matter. ( As reported in the news.