Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

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Immigration on a Clean Slate: Game-Changing Proposals on Visa Modernization

Posted in Adjustment of Status, Border Issues & CBP, Border Security, Consular Officers, Courts on Immigration Law, DHS Technology Reforms, EB-5, Employment-Based Immigration, Enforcement/USICE, Fraud Detection & National Security (FDNS), Homeland Security, Immigration Courts, Immigration Reform, Immigration Regulations, Legal Representation, Obama Administration on Immigration, USCIS, VAWA - Violence against Women Act
Terabytes of text have already been generated in the course of extolling or excoriating President Obama for his November 20 Executive Actions on Immigration.  The prolific foaming of bloviating mouths has mostly been prompted by the promise of deferred action and work permits for undocumented immigrants under the DACA and DAPA programs.  Surprisingly, however, his equally… Continue Reading

House GOP Says Immigrant Suffering Hurts Less Than Citizen Suffering

Posted in Congress on Immigration, Family Immigration, GOP on Immigration, Immigration Reform, VAWA - Violence against Women Act
Bipartisan outrage erupted in the House last week, with usually loyal Republicans among the most furious and outspoken in the GOP-controlled chamber. Rep. Peter King, a Long Island Republican, chastised House leaders for conduct that is “absolutely inexcusable . . . absolutely indefensible.” Declaiming that “we cannot just walk away from our responsibilities,” King said… Continue Reading