Immigration Law

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Buy American, Hire American...Except When It Comes To Border Security
Posted on 20 Apr 2018 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Lianna Brinded, Apr. 16, 2018, Quartz - "A London-based cyber-security firm with just 20 employees became the first overseas company to win a contract with the US Department of Homeland Security to help tackle border security. iProov will roll out... Read More

Border Security: Numbers and Graphs
Posted on 22 Jun 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"The question arises: does the United States actually need to invest more in border security? It likely does not, and certainly not at the levels provided for by the Corker/Hoeven amendment." - Robert Warren, (Retired) Director of the Statistics... Read More

A Swimmingly Good Immigration Solution to Border Security
Posted on 18 Jun 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

Let's hope CIR doesn't end up 'swimming with the fishes.' - Angelo A. Paparelli reminds Congress that: No law will ever be so successful as to prevent determined families from reuniting even if it means crossing a heavily fortified... Read More

Border Security: Hard to Achieve, and Harder to Measure
Posted on 3 Mar 2013 by Daniel M. Kowalski

"Republicans demanding more fencing rarely mention that here, along hundreds of miles of a twisting river border with farms and parks on its edge, such an approach would mean seizing private property, damaging the environment and spending billions... Read More