U.S. History of Providing Temporary Immigration Relief

The American Immigration Council recently released a chart that shows that many U.S. Presidents have used their executive power to remedy immigration issues that they found to be unjust. Since 1956, every U.S. President has granted some form of temporary immigration relief to at least one group that was found to be in need of assistance. Some… Continue reading U.S. History of Providing Temporary Immigration Relief

Update on House legislation

This week, the House took up the appropriations bill for the Department of Homeland Security and several immigration measures were added however, none were substantive business measures. Historically, appropriations bills have provided opportunities to attach substantive pro-business immigration measures but, none were even considered by the House. For a review of the amendments considered and approved check… Continue reading Update on House legislation