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...
"Mike Weir remembers the summer day that federal immigration agents
came to his small lightning protection company nestled among cow
pastures in Katy and asked to review all of his company's
hiring paperwork. Weir said he knew what auditors would soon discover - that zero of
his roughly 35 workers were [unauthorized] immigrants. Yet, Immigration and
Customs Enforcement officials told him that - due to errors on his
workers' [I-9] employment eligibility forms - he would still have to pay a
$13,300 fine. ... 'They're looking for clerical errors,' Weir said. 'It's a money grab.'" - Susan Carroll, Houston Chronicle, Feb. 20, 2012.