DREAMing of a Bipartisan New Year

December 12, 2016 | Topics: Advocacy and Public Policy, Immigration Policy

By Heather Stewart

In a year-end bipartisan near miracle, Senator Richard Durbin (D-IL) and Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) have come together to propose a bill to provide protection for young immigrants who have been granted or are eligible for protection from deportation under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. DACA is an executive order implemented by the Obama administration. Because it is an executive order, and not a bill... See More

Unpacking Trump’s Immigration Speech: Let’s Report the Facts

September 02, 2016 | Topics: Advocacy and Public Policy, Immigration Policy

By Lisa Rosenberg

The United States must foster policies and practices that welcome international students to our institutions of higher education. Misstating the facts about immigrants in this country not only distorts the policy debate, but also makes those who are born outside our borders less likely to feel they are welcome here and that their contributions are... See More

Creating a More Welcoming United States through Immigration Reform

By Heather Stewart

As international educators, we understand that global learning leads to a more engaged and welcoming United States, and a more secure and peaceful world. To be fully realized, these goals require a functioning immigration system. Our immigration law is the face the United States presents to the world. When it is broken, when the welcome mat is... See More