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Immigration Reform Is Happening

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Despite the standstill in Congress on immigration reform, state and local governments have been very active in passing their own immigration legislation. In this article for Foreign Policy, I look at what different...

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Immigration Reform and the Latino Electorate

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For today’s ask an expert feature on cfr.org, I answered the question: “After immigration reform, how would the large and newly legal Hispanic population influence U.S. politics?” You can read...

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Silicon Valley Takes on Immigration Reform

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As the U.S. Congress looks to embark on immigration reform soon, many things have changed since the last try in 2007. One of the most important is the role of...

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Immigration Policy Throughout the Years

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As the immigration reform negotiations continue in the House and Senate, the Council on Foreign Relations has put together an interesting timeline of U.S. immigration policy throughout the past sixty...

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Think Again: Immigration

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President Obama outlined his vision yesterday in Las Vegas for a comprehensive immigration reform, officially kicking off what will undoubtedly be a heated countrywide debate. With so many differing (and...

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What to Watch in 2013: U.S. Policy Toward Latin America

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2013 could be an interesting year for U.S. policy toward the region. Up first will likely be U.S. immigration reform. The outpouring of support from Latino voters in the November...

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