Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Tag Archives: “Immigration Year in Review”

The Immigration Year in Review: The 2014 IMMI Awards

Posted in IMMI Awards

With slightly less giddy anticipation than the annual fan frenzy evoked by the Academy Awards and the Emmys, the nation awaits another hotly competitive yearly awards ceremony.  Yes, Nation of Immigrators, it’s time to announce the 2014 winners and losers in dysfunctional immigration law and policy who’ve earned the coveted (or disdained) IMMI Award. Some recipients are repeats from hitherto … Continue Reading

The 2013 Nation of Immigrators Awards – The IMMIs Are Announced

Posted in Congress on Immigration, Consular Officers, EB-5, Foreign policy, Homeland Security, IMMI Awards, Immigration Humor, Immigration Reform, Investor Immigration, USCIS

Hindsight, the armchair pundits say, is 20-20.  The year 2013 has proven them wrong.

The end-of-year’s rear-view mirror onto the world of U.S. immigration shows impenetrable fog.  Unsurprisingly, as filmgoers know, vapory views of the recent past tend to diminish the apparent significance of events occurring early in the year (“never has a film released in July won an Continue Reading

2013 Nation of Immigrators Awards Coming Soon — IMMI Nominees Welcome

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Yes, it’s that time of year.  NationOfImmigrators.com is preparing its annual list of the year’s best and worst in immigration policy and law.  Here is your chance as an immigration stakeholder  — an Immigrator — to help us crowdsource the best and worst categories and the people and organizations to name as Nation of Immigrators’ biggest winners and losers for … Continue Reading