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Will Unauthorized Immigration Begin to Rise Again?

Written by on April 14, 2014 in Border, Restrictionists, Undocumented Immigration with 0 Comments
Will Unauthorized Immigration Begin to Rise Again?

The record-low level of unauthorized immigration to the United States, particularly from Mexico, raises an obvious question: How long will it last? Presumably, conditions somewhere will change—either here or abroad—and unauthorized immigration will rise again. Even more important than the question of when it will happen, however, is how we will choose to respond. Nativists [...]

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Labor and Business Strike Immigration Deal on Worker Program

Labor and Business Strike Immigration Deal on Worker Program

Over the weekend, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the AFL-CIO reached an agreement on  a new type of  immigrant worker program that has the potential to reshape the way temporary and permanent immigration visas contribute to American immigration policy. Although this is commonly referred to as future immigration flow, it should not be confused [...]

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Business and Labor Announce Breakthrough on Immigration Reform

Written by on February 21, 2013 in Business, Economics, Employment, Entrepreneurship, Reform, Visas with 3 Comments
Business and Labor Announce Breakthrough on Immigration Reform

One of the most contentious issues that has stymied past immigration reform proposals is the divide between business and labor over how many and under what conditions the U.S. should admit new immigrants into our labor force. Also known as the “future flow” issue, the conflict lies in the tension between business’ desire to recruit [...]

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