Hector Tobar's latest editorial says "Immigration, after all, serves as a safety valve to keep the pressure cooker of Mexican inequality from exploding. For decades, the steam has vented steadily northward from Tijuana and other border towns." For the full editorial, see here.
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What's Wrong With The EB-5 Program?
Carolyn S. Lee writes "There are many key things wrong with the EB-5 program, particularly as USCIS administers it."
If You Build It, They Will Come
K. L. Billingsley for the Foundation For Economic Education writes "The "Baby-Cal" fiasco shows how welfare state fraud has corrupted immigration."
Bloggings On Immigration Law And Policy
Greg Siskind writes "Various readers of this blog have been making this suggestion, but when folks say the same thing in the Wall Street Journal, that gets more attention."
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ETA Releases H2A FAQs
The Employment and Training Administration's Office of Foreign Labor Certification released FAQS on the proposed suspension of the H2A rules.
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National Campaign Urging Immigration Reform Will Visit Central Florida
A national campaign to reignite the immigration-reform movement will stop in Orlando next week for a town-hall meeting about how deportations hurt more than just immigrants.
Pelosi Tells Illegal Immigrants That Work Site Raids are Un-American
"The speaker of the House told a group of both legal and illegal immigrants recently that enforcement of immigration laws in the United States is "un-American."
Martinez Heats Up Immigration Debate
Sen. Mel Martinez of Florida, the former Republican Party chairman who vividly remembers the "variety of names" conservatives called him because of his work on immigrant rights, is readying for another big brawl over the issue.
UFW Plans Immigration Rallies
"There are millions of workers and no policy," he said. "The status quo is unsustainable."
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