This project set out to provide actionable principles to improve America's immigration system. The Institute organized round tables where academic, NGO and government experts discussed reforms to promote more efficient and equitable immigration policy. Bypassing debate over targeted or comprehensive reform, the intent was to identify problems and propose policy solutions in each of the major arenas of America's immigration system. See below short reports on each of the eight round tables and annotated bibliographies that address each topic area. The project also supported two on campus symposia.
This project was funded by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.
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