KC DEM CLUB ON-LINE: Attorney Alycia Moss, Immigration

With the ongoing conflicts in the world as well as the tragic effects of the climate crisis, vulnerable people are increasingly turning to immigration to seek a better life. In the Americas, the destination for these migrants is often the United States. For those fleeing political persecution or climate related economic pressures the only option is to seek asylum or cross illegally. Consequently, these immigrants show up in mass at the southern border from places like Venezuela, Nicaragua, and Haiti. Unfortunately, a substantial portion of our citizens see these new arrivals as a threat. As a result, the issue of immigration remains a political issue with little hope of resolution.

To help us understand this issue and its implications the Democrat Club invited Attorney Alycia Moss to speak with us. Alycia is the founder and owner of Moss Immigration Law in Coeur d’Alene. You may remember Alycia; she has joined us before to explain what is happening at the southern border. We are fortunate to have her back again to give a factual update of what is happening there. With her help, we can better assess what remedies are workable.

Join Attorney Alycia Moss this Friday, at noon, online for a look at immigration and the southern border.


The Democrat Club meets each Friday at noon online. We distribute a Zoom link for our club meetings each Thursday prior to the meeting date. Contact Phil at pjwmia@aol.com or Ruben at rmiranda2265@gmail.com, to request the link or assistance connecting. We will return to in person/online meetings as soon as it becomes safe to do so. You can find videos of past Club meetings at KootenaiCountyDemClub.com/Meeting Videos.

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