Opinion April 15, 2013 Darrell West, Bookings Institution, who was the Keynoter at the Einstein's Alley Immigration Conference last June at the Institute for Advanced Study, recently described the frustrations of the US immigration process that he and his wife experienced. At a time when national leaders are debating ways to reform immigration laws, most
An Event Presented by AJC New Jersey Thursday, April 4, 2013 8:30-11:30 am At The Mansion, Fairleigh Dickinson University's College at Florham Campus Featuring Keynote Speaker Tamar Jacoby, President & CEO of Immigration Works USA, a national federation of small business owners working to advance better immigration law. She is a nationally known journalist and
Republican strategist, business leaders agree on need for reform. A leading Republican advocate of immigration reform told an American Jewish Committee New Jersey forum the chances of passing a new law this year are 50-50. “There are many more ways for things to fail in Congress than for them to succeed,” said Tamar Jacoby. “There
Katherine Kish, Executive Director, Einstein’s Alley, was a panelist at the AJC New Jersey Immigration Program. April 4, 2013 at Fairleigh Dickinson University
AJC New Jersey Presents Katherine Kish, Executive Director, Einstein’s Alley, was a panelist at the AJC New Jersey Immigration Program. April 4, 2013 at Fairleigh Dickinson University Immigration overhaul will boost business, panel says
AILA Agora This 90 minute audio seminar will be recorded live on November 27, 2012, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time
A joint report by the Partnership for a New American Economy and the Center for American Progress, shows how passing the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors Act, or DREAM Act, will boost the U.S. economy and create jobs for American workers.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg took his pro-immigration views on the road on Tuesday to public forums in Chicago and Boston, where he urged President Obama and Mitt Romney to make immigration a central issue in the presidential campaign.
Immigrants are known as entrepreneurial people, for obvious reasons: those with the ambition and energy to uproot themselves and build new lives in a distant land are well equipped to build businesses and the economy, too. That is the common wisdom, anyway, which a new study from the Fiscal Policy Institute strikingly confirms. The study,
The provocative topic of U.S. immigration policy is the focus of the second election year special hosted by CNN’s and TIME’s Fareed Zakaria for CNN/U.S. and CNN International. Zakaria examines immigration policies in Japan, Europe, and Canada – and explores what we can learn from each. Two American thought leaders on immigration politics and policy