The New York Times recently highlighted a lawsuit filed by the American Immigration Council and...
More Than a Temporary Fix: The Role of Permanent Immigration in Comprehensive Reform
The immigration debate once again is dominated by narrow thinking and the search for simplistic solutions to complex problems. Most lawmakers and the press have come to equate “immigration reform” with the question of whether or not enhanced immigration enforcement should be coupled with a new guest worker program that is more responsive than current immigration policies to the labor needs of the U.S. economy. All but lost in this debate have been the calls by prominent immigration reform advocates to improve and expand pathways for permanent immigration as well.
Published On: Sun, Jan 01, 2006 | Download File