Immigration reform dominated the agenda inside the Beltway during the final week of January. A bipartisan group of U.S. senators introduced a blueprint to revamp the nation’s immigration laws. The plan included four key objectives: • Developing a “tough but fair” path to citizenship for unauthorized immigrants living in the United States, conditional upon securing the country’s borders and improving tracking of individuals here on visas legally; • ...
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