Disclaimer: My question is not regarding the actual facts, since they don't happen yet. My question is regarding Trump's rethorics regarding immigration.
My step-bro is moving to USA with his wife and daughter. He is an engineer (which will have to pass an exam to validate his degree), and his wife is a lawyer who was accepted in an university (I am not clear about which one) for complementary studies (after all they are moving from another country to USA and want to make her degree valid).
What is the Trump's foreign policy position regarding two married professional immigrants (with no muslim religion or blood) from Latin America (Ecuador) / the likelyhood of them being... accepted in the US? (With so much media bombing for his controversial speeches, could not actually grasp what would happen according to him to cases like this).
Edit: It seems that the main points were not well understood by the community, so I will remind:
- Quoting Trump's opinion means quoting a media source which fully reflects his opinion, which could be a speech video or a note, with a transcription or digest. Personal opinions should be avoided, except when they are an interpretation over a given media source in the terms I said.
- This question is not about already legal immigrants in the US, but about people in a Latin American country attempting to become a legal resident (without any prior illegal status in US).