Senate Showing Possible Support for Immigration Provisions from House COMPETES Act


A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators is now showing a disappointing openness to dramatically increasing the number of higher-skilled foreign visa workers able to take jobs here in the United States by including the House's immigration provisions from the COMPETES Act in the final Senate version of the bill.


Biden Administration's Immigration Agenda's Most Consistent Theme is Judicial Failure

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  by  Jared Culver

Another day, another court enjoining the Biden Administration. The issue this time was spelled out strikingly by Judge Michael Newman. He wrote, "At bottom, that is what this dispute is about: can the Executive displace clear congressional command in the name of resource allocation and enforcement goals?" He's talking about enforcement priority memos where the Biden Administration argued they didn't have to follow the law and remove criminal aliens because it was just too expensive.