DHS Funding Controversy Over, But Enforcement-First Approach Remains
The funding bill’s provisions support and expand DHS’ failed “enforcement first” approach to immigration policy.
House Judiciary Considers Same Costly, Enforcement-Only ‘Reform’
The House Judiciary Committee devoted two days this week to the markup of three enforcement-only immigration bills that would strip much-needed protections, impact the agriculture industry, place burdensome requirements on small business owners, and cost a lot of money.
Groups Recommend How the White House Could Boost Immigrant Entrepreneurs
Immigrant business owners are key parts of local communities. These ideas could help support them across the nation.
House Funds Homeland Security Through September
After the House voted to approve a measure funding the Department of Homeland Security without amendments, President Obama signed the bill on Wednesday.
Potential Presidential Candidates Fail to Offer Immigration Solutions at CPAC
Here’s what Jeb Bush and other Republicans considering running for president had to say about immigration at a conservative conference.
Executive Actions Provides Certain H-4 Spouses Work Authorization
This new policy will help immigrants already in the U.S. to contribute to the economy.