Comment: Collateral Damage - The Kansas City Star reminds us of the heavy price the field of immigration has paid as a result of 9/11. Just before 9/11, Congress was poised to pass massive immigration benefits; but after 9/11, the immigration issue has been framed by its opponents as primarily a security issue, and there have been almost no improvements and massive deterioration in the immigration climate has resulted. As we approach the tenth anniversary of this cataclysmic event, which affected all of us, we will have more to say on this subject. What do you think was the impact of 9/11 on the immigration field? Please express your opinions using our letters section or by writing to us at email@example.com.
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