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December 21, 2012
Immigration reform in the U.S. will happen - once several major issues are resolved
Allan Wernick predicts that "immigration reform with a path to citizenship is a certainty, barring a major catastrophe or upheaval. The question now is what form it will take. The basic outline is clear: legalization of undocumented immigrants, a special program for undocumented youth, increased sanctions against employers who hire undocumented workers (with mandatory electronic verification of employment authorization), expanded visa opportunities for highly-educated professionals and an updated non-immigrant visa program for agricultural workers. Here are some predictions on how the debate on these issues will play out."
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