Immigration, Immigration Policy, Maya, Northern Triangle
Migration is central to human history, yet how we deal with the sojourners among us says much about the soul of a nation. Freedom of movement is an inherent basic human right, yet the protection of a nation’s borders and the decision of who and when and in what conditions people are admitted is also a right that belongs to nation states. It is in this tension that good immigration policy should be found, yet our Congress and many administrations have failed to enact such a policy for over two decades. Aileen Joseph writes with authority and insight based on her 25 years of experience working as an immigration attorney in West Palm Beach, Florida. In her critical analysis of the current immigration policy in America, she shares the stories of those she has represented and suggests ways to revamp the immigration policies hindering our country from advancing and becoming united.
Josephs, Aileen Esq.
"Immigration Policy – Reporting from the Field,"
Maya America: Journal of Essays, Commentary, and Analysis: Vol. 2:
1, Article 16.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.kennesaw.edu/mayaamerica/vol2/iss1/16
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