“I believe in the idea of amnesty for those who have put down roots and lived here, even though sometime back they may have entered illegally,” Reagan said in 1984.
They come at a critical time, as labor shortages persist and cities struggle to provide for newcomers.
Legislators abuse the emergency label to push through spending that would otherwise violate budget constraints.
Players can experience for themselves how difficult, expensive, and exhausting it is to come to the country legally.
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Though the 2024 Republican candidate's proposals vary in seriousness, they feature plenty of prohibition and brute government force.
Over 200,000 dependent visa holders are still waiting for relief.
It's wrong to use human beings as pawns in an apparent political stunt.
It’s an entirely predictable consequence of an inhospitable immigration system.
The U.S. is keeping talented foreigners away—and failing to retain them.
Today’s decision “is narrow and simply maintains the longstanding jurisprudential status quo,” wrote Justice Brett Kavanaugh for the majority.
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Until 2004, all foreign workers could renew their visas without leaving the United States.
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Certain employment measures in the House GOP’s border bill that are meant to verify citizenship status would harm American workers and employers.
Backed by Gov. Ron DeSantis, the measures will punish peaceful migrants and the Floridians who interact with them.
Other states would do well to enact similar reforms.
Can Americans afford to welcome the huddled masses?
S.B. 1718 would make it a third-degree felony to “harbor” or “transport” undocumented immigrants. Some Florida faith leaders say it could threaten their church activities.
Nearly 40 Migrants Died in a Juarez Detention Center Fire. U.S. Border Policy Is Partially To Blame.
America's approach to the border helps contribute to the overcrowding and violence migrants face in Mexico.
As the government sets its sights on migrants crossing the border, native-born Americans have also come under its watchful eye.
Foreign-born tech workers in the U.S. have been especially vulnerable as tech giants lay off large shares of their work forces.
Iván Prieto didn’t board the flight back to the communist island on Monday.
Understanding what’s at stake in United States v. Hansen
All officers and employees of the unit would “have immunity from criminal and civil liability” for performing the activities authorized by H.B. 20.
Despite his declared commitment to freedom and fiscal conservatism, DeSantis' immigration policies represent a dramatic expansion of government power and spending.
What we did for Ukrainians, we could do for other migrants too.
Immigrants have a proven ability to address a mounting need for the aging American population. Politicians crafting immigration policy ignore this at their own peril.
Biden Deserves Some Credit on Immigration Policy, but He Refuses To Take Responsibility Where He Should
His administration has contributed to the problems Biden says he wants to solve.
Gov. Greg Abbott has already announced that he’d sign the bill if passed.
The Florida governor wants to fund more migrant stunts, despite claiming that his budget will “keep more money in the pockets of Floridians.”
Providing legal ways to work or seek protection in America is the only viable way to reduce illegal immigration.
The U.S. remains the top destination for the world's immigrants—but it must be careful not to squander its immigration advantage.
A new State Department initiative will let American citizens sponsor refugees fleeing danger.
So many Cubans and Haitians arrived at once that Dry Tortugas National Park was forced to temporarily close.
There's still much more to be done to establish fair and efficient processes at the border.
It shouldn't be surprising that a misanthropic worldview like Paul Ehrlich's can be taken in xenophobic directions.
While other pandemic policies have ended, the migration measure has “outlived [its] shelf life,” Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote yesterday.