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This Is How Immigration Reform Happened 50 Years Ago. It Can Happen Again.

Recalling the civil-rights history of the Hart-Celler Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 can help us think about how to change immigration policy today. - By Mae Ngai

The Overwhelming Barriers to Successful Immigration Reform - Daniel J. Tichenor

Daniel J. Tichenor, May 25, 2016 - "Nearly every new American president of the modern era has viewed the nation’s immigration policies as deeply flawed. Yet few of these modern executives have been willing to make immigration reform — one of the most dangerous issues in American politics...

Immigration Court Reform: Congress, Heed the Call

Christine Lockhart Poarch, Oct. 2016 - "The call for immigration court reform is an old refrain among immigration practitioners and judges, and Congress is beginning to add its voice to the chorus. In January 2016, in response to increasing and substantial immigration court backlogs, the House Judiciary...

Saving Child Migrants While Saving Ourselves - Hon. Paul Wickham Schmidt (Ret.)

Paul Wickham Schmidt, Oct. 12, 2016 - "They cross deserts, rivers, and territories controlled by corrupt governments, violent gangs, and drug cartels. They pass through borders, foreign countries, different languages and dialects, and changing cultures. I meet them on the final leg of their trip...