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  • Vox: Study Shows High-Skilled Immigrants Create Jobs for Americans
    Vox: Study Shows High-Skilled Immigrants Create Jobs for Americans

    As reported by Vox , a new study from the Partnership for a New American Economy found that when companies have trouble getting visas for high-skilled immigrants, it's bad news for the local tech ...

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  • Eric Cantor's Loss Won't Kill Immigration Reform
    Eric Cantor's Loss Won't Kill Immigration Reform

    The moments after Majority Leader Eric Cantor's shocking primary defeat are sort of like the political equivalent of a post-Apocalyptic event that no one thought would actually happen. And now when ...

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  • U.S. Moves to Stop Surge in Illegal Immigration
    U.S. Moves to Stop Surge in Illegal Immigration

    White House officials, saying that misinformation about administration policies helped drive a surge of illegal migrants from Central America across the South Texas border, on Friday announced plans ...

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  • Immigration Reform: Congress Won't Vote? A Changing Electorate Will
    Immigration Reform: Congress Won't Vote? A Changing Electorate Will

    Plagued by ideological gridlock, midterm electioneering and the fall of Majority Leader Eric Cantor, Congress appears hopelessly fragmented and paralyzed, unable to vote on even the most important ...

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  • House Expects Business as Usual After Cantor Goes
    House Expects Business as Usual After Cantor Goes

    TIME reports that later today, House Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) will likely be voted to replace Eric Cantor as House Majority leader.* Although McCarthy favors a path to legal status for ...

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  • Why More Skilled Immigration Would Be Good for American Workers, Too?
    Why More Skilled Immigration Would Be Good for American Workers, Too?

    Why more skilled immigration would be good for American workers, too. A March 19 article in the Washington Post highlights how skilled immigration is a plus for the economy, workers, and job creation ...

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