In the early hours of yesterday morning, we all found out that Donald Trump has defeated Hillary Clinton and will succeed President Obama as the 45th President of the United States of America. This outcome has surprised many, leaving questions as to what will happen in both American politics and US Immigration in the upcoming years.
What will change? That is still quite unclear, but come 2017 and Mr Trump being sworn in with a Republican majority in both the House and the Senate, we can only expect that the face of US Immigration will see changes and new challenges. Until January, it is business as usual.
This evening I will attend a recording of the BBC television show Question Time where the Vice President of Republicans Abroad will be a panellist answering questions about the upcoming administration's plans. This may lend us all some insight into what will happen over the course of the next four years.
*Check back on the blog later this afternoon when US Immigration Lawyer Kelly Brackley will write an opinion piece on where she sees US Immigration going under a Trump administration.*