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Cato Institute Paper Answers Critics of Comprehensive Immigration Reform

A major weakness of the 1986 immigration reform law was the omission of a guest or temporary worker provision, something that could have become a legal channel for many of today’s undocumented residents. That’s one of the points made in “Answering the Critics of Comprehensive Immigration Reform,” a paper published by the Cato Institute and written by Stuart …

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Who Will Pick the Apples?

“In North Carolina, farmers advertised 7,000 job openings to Americans before applying for H-2A visas to fill the spots; 250 applied, 70 showed up for work the first day, and after two weeks, five remained.”

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Sun-Min Kim, entrepreneur, co-creator of Uglydoll

Sun-Min Kim, entrepreneur, co-creator of Uglydoll

South Korean native Sun-Min Kim sewed the very first Uglydoll, bringing to life a character her then-boyfriend, David Horvath, drew at the end of a love letter. The couple met at the Parsons School of Design in New York, and were separated after Sun-Min’s student visa expired in 2001.
David showed the original doll, Wage, to a retailer, who placed …

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Mazie Hirono, United States Senator

Mazie Hirono, United States Senator

Among the new class of United States Senators sworn in this week is Sen. Mazie Hirono, Democrat of Hawaii. Hirono is also a naturalized American.
Hirona was born in Fukishima, Japan, in 1947. Her family moved to Hawaii in 1955, and she became an American citizen in 1959, the year Hawaii became a state. She attended public schools, the University of …

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Introducing Americans By Choice

Introducing Americans By Choice

Americans By Choice, a new organization supporting immigration reform, fills a void in the immigration debate: A center-right organization that supports immigration reform making it easier for the world’s most talented and motivated people to live and work in America legally.
“For too long the most prominent right-of-center voices on immigration issues have been those opposed to immigration and, too often, …

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About Us

Americans By Choice is a national, membership-based organization supporting immigration reform. We value the positive contributions immigrants make to America, and we support immigration reform that makes it easier for the world’s most talented, innovative, and motivated people to live and work in America legally, to create jobs here, and to contribute to a growing American economy.