I hope this becomes law and all… Report: Senate immigration plan sets deportation timeframe The bipartisan Senate immigration plan would deport immigrants who illegally entered the U.S. after 2011, a Senate aide told Reuters on Friday. The plan would give most of the approximately 11 million unauthorized immigrants a way to stay in the U.S. … Continue reading Heightening the contradictions
Regular attempts have been made in the United States to pass immigration “reform” of various stripes — including a mix of enhanced border security and employment verification, legalization of the existing illegal immigrant population, and liberalization of the existing high-skilled immigration and low-skilled guest worker programs. This page reviews some proposals that gained political currency … Continue reading 2013 US immigration reform proposals
How philosophers, wonks, and entrepreneurs all have roles to play in making open borders a reality.
Immigration moderates’ arguments don’t reflect their true reasons for being uncomfortable with deportations.
The immigration system isn’t broken, it is working as intended. But it needs to be broken; we need to break it.