Immigration Compromises Always Fall Short

Two Bills — Galston, of the Brookings Institution; and Kristol, of The Weekly Standard — have teamed up to create the New Center, a think tank in the mold of the Bipartisan Policy Center or No Labels. (Indeed, it began…
Food Banks See Impact of Trump’s Immigration Policies

Families of immigrants have been reluctant to go to food banks and sign up for food stamps this year, anti-hunger advocates said, because many are afraid the federal government will use those requests for assistance against them in immigration proceedings.…
There’s a US Immigration Program Most Don’t Know About

When I travel the world I often ask people if they know about the US EB-5 visa, or employment-based fifth preference category. Interestingly, most people don’t know that it provides a method for eligible Immigrant Investors to become lawful permanent…
Why Big Law Is Taking On Trump Over Immigration

Corporate lawyers at Paul Weiss, a prestigious Manhattan law firm, often spend their days scouring the fine print of client documents and government regulations. But for the past few months, they have been on a different search. In the firm’s…
April Fools: U.S. Immigration Reform

The Trump administration has, once again, played a “Now–You-See-It-Now-You-Don’t” political maneuver extinguishing any hopes for achieving meaningful immigration reform this year. This week, Mr. Trump stated that DACA (Differed Action for Childhood Arrivals) “is dead”; reversing his position of just…