Immigration advocates hopeful of reform

Persaud, Felicia
January 2007
New York Amsterdam News;1/11/2007, Vol. 98 Issue 3, p14
The article reports on the U.S. immigration reform bill to be put forward in the Democratically controlled U.S. House. The legislation, to be introduced during the 110th Congress, is being reportedly drafted by Democrat Senator Edward Kennedy and Representative Luis Gutierrez, including Republican Senator John McCain and Representative Jeff Flake. The Senate bill had provided 200,000 new temporary guest-worker visas a year and a separate guest-worker program for immigrant farm laborers.


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