Tuesday, December 7, 2021

Immigration groups merge to brace for 2022 elections

Two leading immigration groups — the New American Economy and the American Immigration Council — are merging, in part, to prepare for a potential Republican takeover of Congress, Axios reports.

The New American Economy and the American Immigration Council are merging, in part, to prepare for a potential Republican takeover of Congress.

The new group is called the American Immigration Council. The council was founded by the sister group American Immigration Lawyers Association.
 
The merger comes after an outcry among immigrant advocates, including the Council, over the Biden administration reinstating the Trump-era "Remain in Mexico" policy, under federal court order.
 
KJ

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