28 Days and Counting

Congress only has 28 days left in its latest legislative session.  After that, they take a break for two months, and then, when they come back, the election season is on in full force and there is not much chance of anything of significance passing.  What does this mean for Immigration reform?  It means that

House Republicans release Immigration Reform principles

Just the other day House Republicans released what they called their principles for pursuing Immigration Reform.  These included creating a method for many of those in the US to illegally to legalize their status, the need to strengthen our border controls as well as our tracking systems for when non-citizens enter and leave the US,

House Judiciary Committee Chair Rep. Goodlatte held Press Conference on Immigration Reform

Rep. Goodlatte (R) held a press conference this morning regarding immigration reform efforts underway in the Senate.  While he stated that he welcomed such efforts, he also stated that the House Judiciary committee would be looking at Immigration differently.  The House will be dividing the legislation into separate bills so that Representatives can review and look at each aspect