XXII, 153 S.
graph. Darst., Kt.
|Type of publication:||Book / Working Paper|
|Type of publication (narrower categories):||Graue Literatur ; Non-commercial literature|
Includes bibliographical references
Executive summary and prefatory materials available on Task Force web site
I. Introduction -- II. Why is immigration important? -- The economy and demography of the 21st century -- Immigration and the identity of the country -- Foreign policy and national security -- III. What is wrong with US immigration policy and practice? -- Illegal immigration -- Temporary immigration -- The legal immigration selection system -- Filling a vacuum : state and local roles -- IV. An immigration policy and system for the 21st century -- The current debate -- New assumptions -- V. Attracting the immigrants the United States wants and needs -- Numbers and categories of immigration -- Flexibility in the immigration system : the Standing Commission on Immigration and Labor Markets -- VI. Enforcing the rules -- Employer verification -- Enforcement at US borders -- Immigration enforcement and national security -- Protecting workers -- Other enforcement -- VII. Immigrant integration -- Integration policy challenges -- The unauthorized population -- VIII. Strengthening institutional capacity -- Policy processes and interagency coordination -- Policy information -- Implementing new mandates -- IX. The regional context of immigration -- Economic development -- Migration management
|ISBN:||0-9742819-3-X ; 978-0-9742819-3-3|
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