Text of Republicans’ Principles on Immigration

January 30, 2014


On Thursday, Congressional Republicans released a one-page document, obtained by The New York Times, outlining their blueprint for immigration overhaul.

Standards for Immigration Reform


Our nation’s immigration system is broken and our laws are not being enforced. Washington’s failure to fix them is hurting our economy and jeopardizing our national security.

Immigration Reform: 2 Opposite Opinions


Is Immigration Reform the Answer to Unfilled U.S. Jobs?

By Amanda Alix, The Motley Fool
January 12, 2014

The issue of immigration reform is back on the agenda for 2014, with President Barack Obama recently characterizing the bill passed last summer by the U.S. Senate as a measure that would "boost our economy" and bring in "high-skilled workers." Business leaders agree, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce wants to see reform address the ability to import workers to fill "both low-skilled and high-skilled jobs."

USCIS Announces 63 Countries Eligible to Participate in the H-2A and H-2B Visa Programs

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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today announced the Department of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Department of State, has added Austria, Italy, Panama, and Thailand to the list of countries whose nationals are eligible to participate in the H-2A and H-2B Visa programs for the coming year. The notice listing the 63 eligible countries published January 17, 2014 in the Federal Register.

New Jobs in 2014


NEW YORK – Jan. 8, 2014 – Pew Charitable Trusts – an independent, non-partisan research and public policy organization, projected expected employment growth for each U.S. state in 2014.

To compare states with different populations, the study compared the anticipated percentage of job growth. For example, in Texas, Pew estimates that the state will see 307,590 new jobs for a 2.75 percent increase.

The top state for jobs? North Dakota with an expected growth rate of 3.56 percent, though that translates into only 15,902 jobs due to the state’s smaller population. At the bottom of the list, Washington, D.C., is expected to grow jobs by only 0.75 percent in 2014.

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