Monthly Archives: September 2014

Obama Delays Action on Immigration Reform

President Obama has put off executive action on comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) until after the November mid-term elections, citing shifting political attitudes brought about by the influx of unaccompanied minors crossing the U.S.-Mexico border this summer. Obama had previously said he would use executive power to protect immigrant families from deportation, which has seen a… Read more »

High-Skilled Immigration and the U.S. Economy

The story of America, in large part, is a story of immigrant entrepreneurs building communities, businesses and entire new industries here. That story, however, has been twisted in recent years into one of immigrants as “job takers” who wrest opportunities away from native-born workers. A closer look shows that story to be fiction, particularly when… Read more »