In the July 4, 2004 issue of Bender's Immigration Bulletin I published this essay . As we head into the long weekend...and an even longer 2024 election cycle in which immigration will loom large....
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Senate Joint Economic Committee, Dec. 14, 2022
"As the United States continues its recovery from the pandemic recession, immigrant workers are essential to the continued growth of the labor force...
Muzaffar Chishti, Kathleen Bush-Joseph, MPI, May 25, 2023
"U.S. border enforcement finds itself in an uncertain new era now that the pandemic-era Title 42 border expulsions policy has been lifted...
ACLU of Florida, May 22, 2023
"A group of Chinese citizens who live, work, study, and raise families in Florida, as well as a real estate brokerage firm in Florida that primarily serves clients...
"The day Hoang left Vietnam with her new Vietnamese-American fiancé,
she knew it would take a while before she'd get the chance to petition
for her 10-year-old son Dat Le to join her in the United States. While she expected a long haul, she couldn't foresee the harsh road
ahead, which included doing a DNA test to prove that Dat Le was truly
her son. An abusive relationship, near homelessness and a three-year battle with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officials,
who ultimately granted Dat a visa after the DNA test, culminated in a
long-awaited reunion. Last week, mother and son reunited with hugs and
tears at Los Angeles International Airport. Dat met his young
half-sister, Jennifer Tran, for the first time." - Cindy Carcamo, Orange County Register, Dec. 14, 2011.