Wednesday, March 10, 2010
From UVA Today: "Though comprehensive legislation would provide the best fix for the country's immigration system, administrative reforms can accomplish much in the interim, University of Virginia law professor David Martin said recently. Martin, who is on a leave of absence to serve as principal deputy counsel at the Department of Homeland Security, spoke to students and faculty at an March 1 event sponsored by the Immigration Law Program. A lot of behind-the-scenes work has been under way on comprehensive immigration reform legislation, but passage of a bill isn't imminent, Martin said."
Professor Martin is exactly right. Hopefully, we soon will see some administrative improvements in the Obama administration in the administration and enforcement of the immigration laws.