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November 2010


November 23, 2010 | Posted by Business Immigration | Permalink

Welcome to our regular column expressing thoughts on immigration law developments and policy issues. These posts are written just as a newspaper column would be: timely, informative, and we hope, thought-provoking. We hope you’ll share your reactions with us.

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November 17, 2010 | Posted by Mark Koestler, Business Immigration Co-Chair | Permalink
Now that the dust has settled from the mid-term elections, we can assess the impact of Republican control of the House on immigration legislation. By looking to which Congressmen will take leadership roles on the various committees in the 112th Congress, the writing is on the wall in terms of immigration, and it ain’t good. In the first two years of the Obama Administration, most immigration advocates realized that any Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) would include strong enforcement measures. After the seismic shift in Congress, if any immigration legislation comes out of the House, it will likely be an enforcement-only bill. read more