I’m here to tell you that you are wrong.
I’m not talking about my opinion or opinion, or anything like that.
I am telling you the truth about the story of a new New York daily that has been on my mind for the past week, and this column has brought the issue of immigration to the forefront.
But first, let me set the record straight.
A few weeks ago, the New York City-based newspaper New York Magazine ran an article titled, “A New York-based immigration law company says it has received a $1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to create a digital database to track illegal immigrants and track who is employed with them.”
The article, which was published on June 28, 2018, included a link to the article, titled, Immigrant workers can use a database to ‘discover’ illegal immigrants by ‘determining where they live.’
“The article goes on to describe how the grant was awarded to a firm called Cascadia Citizenship, which specializes in assisting employers with the hiring of immigrants.
As the article describes, Cascadian Citizenship is “comprised of a team of 20 or so immigration attorneys who have years of experience in immigration matters.”
The New York magazine article did not specify which legal firm the grant came from, nor did it identify any specific individuals who were involved in the hiring process or in the process of hiring illegal immigrants.
According to the New Yorker article, the Cascadians received the grant from DHS “in exchange for consulting on the hiring and employment practices of foreign workers, the hiring, training, and retention of U.