Immigration Bills on Deck for Lame Duck Session
"President Obama and Governor Romney presented voters with divergent plans for immigration reform, and Congress is likely to take up immigration at some point within the next four years. But before the 113th Congress begins, legislators will return for a lame duck session that presents an excellent opportunity to pass immigration legislation. With several significant pieces of legislation now pending in Congress, all on issues with substantial bipartisan support, conditions are more favorable than not for some long-awaited action on immigration," says Michael D. Patrick with the Fragomen immigration law firm.
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