Op-ed: Jeb Bush and Clint Bolick: Solving the Immigration Puzzle

immigration marchBy Jeb Bush and Clint Bolick, The Wall Street Journal, 1/24/2013

The nation’s capital is awash with ideas about how to fix America’s immigration policy. The sudden ferment on this issue, which was largely dormant since efforts at comprehensive reform were torpedoed five years ago, is as welcome as it is overdue. The growing consensus on both sides of the political aisle that something needs to be done should not be squandered, for such opportunities are rare and fleeting.

Some policy makers are calling for piecemeal changes—such as issuing visas for high-skilled workers and investors, or conferring legal status on immigrants who were illegally brought into the country as children. Congress should avoid such quick fixes and commit itself instead to comprehensive immigration reform.

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