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    Migration Policy Institute explores US immigration reform

    By admin | December 6, 2006

    The Migration Policy Institute explores the effects of the November elections in the US in its Policy Beat this month. It notes that many analysts believe the chance for immigration reform have improved, and that

    Senator Ted Kennedy (D-MA), who is likely to lead the Senate subcommittee on immigration, has already begun to work with Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Arlen Specter (R-PA) to make plans for a new bill to be introduced early next year.

    The bill will probably resemble the one the Senate approved last May.

    The Policy Beat also includes information on the redesign of the Citizenship Test, new security measures, and the upcoming hikes in immigration fees.

    Read the Policy Beat.

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