JOURNAL ON MIGRATION AND HUMAN SECURITY
SPECIAL COLLECTION

The US Immigration System: Principles, Interests, and Policy Proposals to Guide Long-Term Reform

May 2018

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JMHS Special Collection | The US Immigration System: Principles, Interests, and Policy Proposals to Guide Long-Term Reform

The Center for Migration Studies (CMS) announces the release of The US Immigration System: Principles, Interests, and Policy Proposals to Guide Long-Term Reform, a special collection of the Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS). The collection seeks to look beyond recent and current US immigration debates to outline a flexible, secure, and evidence-based immigration system that would serve the nation’s interests, reflect its democratic ideals, and benefit from the contributions of immigrants from throughout the world. It features papers from immigration experts including Donald Kerwin, Els de Graauw, Irene Bloemraad, Cristina Rodriguez, Emily Ryo, and Edward Alden.

Download the full digital edition for free at http://bit.ly/JMHSimmsystem

Request free print copies by emailing jmhs@cmsny.org.