Over the next few weeks my entries will be briefer than usual because H-1B season is upon us. However, I will try to make my daily contributions, time-permitting. I will also post any newsworthy immigration developments as they arise.
According to a Reuters.com article: “With President George W. Bush in his final year in office, most experts believe it will be up to the next president to tackle a major overhaul of U.S. immigration laws. But some say Congress could tinker around the edges to address the urgent needs of U.S. businesses.”
I don’t see congress doing much “tinkering” with immigration (especially in a positive way) until after the elections, but I have been wrong before. Congress needs to allow for more legal immigration and offer a path to earned legalization for the undocumented who qualify in addition to increased enforcement.