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Four Immigration Issues Covered at the First Democratic Primary Debate

Written by on October 14, 2015 in Elections with 0 Comments
Four Immigration Issues Covered at the First Democratic Primary Debate

The first Democratic debate of the 2016 presidential campaign was held Tuesday in Nevada, which is home to 529,164 immigrants and the highest percentage of undocumented immigrants of any state. Yet the topic of immigration was not a major topic of discussion, receiving only a few minutes of attention in the 120 minute debate. Juan […]

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Immigrants Integrating As Well, If Not Better, Than Previous Generations, Report Finds

Written by on September 22, 2015 in Integration with 0 Comments
Immigrants Integrating As Well, If Not Better, Than Previous Generations, Report Finds

If you have been paying even a little attention to the Presidential debates, you might have picked up on the theme cast by some that there is something terribly wrong with today’s immigrants. That somehow they are not assimilating into U.S. society as well as the waves of immigrants who came before them. However, this […]

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Skilled Immigrants Filling U.S. Health Care Needs

Skilled Immigrants Filling U.S. Health Care Needs

As the debate around immigration reform continues one of the cornerstones of ongoing discussions is what kinds of skilled immigrants the U.S. needs. There is no doubt that high-skilled immigrants play an important role in America’s innovation economy, and particularly in those industries agglomerated in the Silicon Valleys and Research Triangles of the United States. […]

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