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U.S. House of Representatives Concludes Second Week of Debate on Immigration Policy

As reported last week, The U.S. House of Representatives (House) continued negotiating and debating U.S. immigration policy this week. After intense negotiations that lauded a favorable Tweet and Statement of Administration Policy supporting HR 6136, Border Security and Immigration Reform Act, the bill failed passage by 121-301. The action today concludes the scheduled House votes … Continue Reading

U.S. House of Representatives Debates U.S. Immigration Policy

On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives began debate on two immigration bills aiming to enhance border and interior enforcement of immigration law, among other matters. The two bills were the result of House Republican Majority discussion on approaches to effectively address the Administration’s call to secure America’s borders and provide for Deferred Action Childhood … Continue Reading

The Logic of Immigration Policy Reform – It’s about People and That’s why the Policy is so Difficult

Immigration Policy is broken.  We all agree.  How should we fix it and why haven’t we been able to fix it over the last two decades?   There is a multifaceted answer to this question, but Congress has been unable to agree on how to deal with the policy changes.  We have had numerous attempts and … Continue Reading
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