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By ADAM DAVIDSON When I was growing up in the 1980s, I watched my grandfather — my dad’s stepdad — struggle with his own prejudice. He was a blue-collar World War II veteran who loved his family above all things and was constantly afraid for them. He carried a gun […]

What’s In It For Me?

27 Feb

By Gary Endelman and Ignacio Donoso At a time when comprehensive immigration reform has moved from a devoutly wished for possibility to a bipartisan consensus with the wind at its back, it may seem small potatoes to suggest a new path forward for our old friend the H-1B temporary worker […]