Evangelicals Push CIR
The New York Times reports "A new coalition of more than 100 largely evangelical Christian leaders and organizations asked Congress on Monday to pass bills to strengthen border controls but also give illegal immigrants ways to gain legal residency." Support by Protestant evangelicals (the single largest group within the Republican Party) for Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) is the reason why the Republicans are split over immigration. Such support has been long in building, and is largely unanimous among evangelical leaders, as witness a recent Resolution of the National Association of Evangelicals. With most of the Democratic Party on board, along with a sizable chunk of the Republican Party, CIR rests on a strong political foundation. All that remains is tactical legislative moves to enact CIR. Immigration Daily will continue to keep you on top of the news.
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It's Time To Call It What It Is: A Policy Of Mass Deportation
Duke of Migra Matters writes "Anyone who advocates that the only thing needed to solve the complicated issue of immigration reform is to simply increase enforcement at the border and workplace is advocating for mass deportation….it's as simple as that."
CRS On Refugee Admissions and Resettlement Policy
The Congressional Research Service produced a report on "Refugee Admissions and Resettlement Policy".
H1B Masters Cap Reached May 4th
USCIS announced the H1B Masters cap was reached on May 4, 2007.
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In response to Sadi's letter (50/07/2007 ID), I doubt that Senators and Congressmen are going to do anything about the efficiency of the CIS. What is being referred to as "comprehensive immigration reform" has nothing to do with more efficient processing. In fact, I predict that any reforms that are instituted will only clog the system further. So, how do we do something? What if we all filed Writs of Mandamus to compel the government to act within a reasonable time? And I mean thousands of Writs, filed by every immigration lawyer whose cases go over 90 days. Would that get the government's attention?
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