Thursday, November 4, 2010

Five Ways to Move Forward on Immigration

Philip E. Wolgin has posted a piece on Huffington Post entitled "Five Ways to Move Forward on Immigration."  With Republican control of the House dimming hopes of comprehensive immigration reform in the next two years, Wolgin suggests five changes to U.S. immigration law that should be taken up by Congress.

Pass the DREAM Act

Pass the AgJOBS Bill

Fix the EB-1 Visa Category

Fix the Bar on Material Support for Refugee Status

Eliminate the 1-year Bar on Asylum Claims


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