"The Pew Research Center's recent study concluding that the number of Asian immigrants moving to the United States now exceeds the number of Latinos hardly seems surprising to me or many of my fellow immigration attorneys. My law firm, Wildes & Weinberg P.C., which has focused exclusively on United States immigration matters for more than 50 years, has seen a dramatic uptick in the number...
The Red Card Solution: Bringing Order to U.S. Borders
"Very few modern political issues have proven more divisive, polarizing, and difficult to solve than the illegal immigration problem. It has divided Republicans and Democrats along stark partisan lines, but the divisions run much deeper. Proposals to reform the nation's immigration system have also divided traditionally aligned factions: labor unions and civil rights groups, business associations and conservatives. Administrations and Congresses have struggled with the issue for years, unwilling to act on any reform for fear of alienating one constituency or another, paralyzed to the point of virtually ignoring one of America's most pressing issues.
No one knows exactly the number of illegal aliens in the US; estimates range wildly between 4 and 20 million. Nor is it known how many of this number are workers or family members, how many actually intend to become permanent immigrants, how many came across the border illegally, or how many came legally but overstayed their visas. In short, the government does not know – and cannot know – very much about this large population. But most Americans view it as a serious problem."
More About This Topic...
Click thumbnails below to view links