REFLECTING ON 9/11 AFTER 10 YEARS AS AN IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY

REFLECTING ON 9/11 AFTER 10 YEARS AS AN IMMIGRATION ATTORNEY

"It took a long time for downtown to break itself from the doom and gloom of 9/11, but it did. Today, it has become a vibrant and bustling neighborhood with attractive restaurants, and I see each day with some joy the new World Trade Center rising like a phoenix, along with many other residential towers along with the opening of swanky new restaurants and shops. After ten years, I fervently hope that the immigration system will also break itself free from the shackles of the September 11 attacks. I yearn for a new immigration system like the new WTC that will invigorate the economy and attract the best from all over the world like we did before September 11. I also hope for an immigration system that will recognize the dignity of the individual and restore due process." Cyrus D. Mehta, Sept. 9, 2011.


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