Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Memo to President and Congress: Four Elements to Achieve Immigration Reform

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Lawmakers must focus on four elements to resolve conflicting interests over immigration and achieve real reform, according to a new report prepared by the University of Virginia’s Miller Center and sent to President Barack Obama and key members of Congress. Elements include more secure borders; interior enforcement, particularly at the workplace; temporary worker programs that match gaps in the job market; and some form of legalization for the millions of unauthorized immigrants in the United States.

Click here to read “The Way Forward on Immigration: A Memo to the President and the Congress.”



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