Leave Immigration Reform to the Feds

Orlando Sentinel
My Word by Joe Kefauver, Executive Director of ImmigrationWorks Florida

If potential harm to our shaky economy isn't enough to give them pause, Florida lawmakers considering immigration reform need only look at the mess in Alabama to see the negative consequences overzealous, enforcement-focused policies can have.

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2012 Legislative Session Talking Points

Employers can use these ImmigrationWorks Florida talking points when discussing the impacts of legislation to the state of Florida.

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Congress’ Small Step Toward Immigration Reform

LA Times
Op-Ed by Tamar Jacoby, CEO of ImmigrationWorks USA

The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act makes only a small, surgical tuck in the nation's complex immigration code. But this small change could have significant consequences.

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Aug 23 2013

Palm Beach Post

August 20, 2013

   As Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives struggle to reach positions on immigration reform, some observers say that before the debate is over, Democrats also may have to make difficult decisions about the fates of 11 million people who entered the country illegally.

   The Democrat-controlled Senate, with the help of 13 Republicans, passed a bill in July that calls for a path to citizenship for those millions.

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Aug 16 2013

Tampa Bay Tribune

August 15, 2013

The debate over the immigration bill the Senate passed in June is often framed around fairness, or the potential impact the newly recognized 11 million immigrants might have on the job market, wages and the nation’s social services. Lost in the debate is an argument gaining support from the AARP and the nonprofit National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare.

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