Immigrants Must Challenge the Status Quo on Immigration Reform

2016-11-07T14:55:56+00:00Nov 7, 2016|

Over the weekend, I was listening to NPR’s TED Radio Hour with Guy Raz and it featured a rebroadcast of a TED Talk given in September by NALP (New American Leaders Project) President and Scholar, Sayu Bhojwani entitled, “How Immigrant Voices Make Democracy Stronger”. As I listened, I paused at a question asked by Guy, [...]

Why Is the U.S. Dragging its Feet on Business Immigration Reform?

2018-03-25T21:34:55+00:00Nov 14, 2013|

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) analyzes trends in immigration and policy proposals that would affect immigration and states on its website that, Of the 40 million foreign-born people living in the United States in 2011, about 22 million were not citizens. About half of those non-citizens were authorized to be in the United States [...]

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