Tuesday, December 21, 2010

What the Obama Administration Can Do Right Now to Fix Immigration

Here are some thoughts from Mary Giovagnoli from Immigration Impact about "What the Obama Administration Can Do Right Now to Fix Immigration."  Here are some possibilities:

"Over the next year, the Obama administration must take a page from its predecessors and use the numerous tools available to it—executive orders, administrative rule-making, prosecutorial discretion, policy directives, and good old common sense—to craft immigration policies that extract every last bit of justice and fairness out of the laws we currently have. The administration must also acknowledge that its increased enforcement efforts have not resulted in any bipartisan support for comprehensive immigration reform, but it has contributed to a drive towards deportation as the default immigration policy of this country and all of the harmful consequences that come with it."


KJ

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