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More immigration is incompatible with layoffs, automation

More immigration is incompatible with layoffs, automation → Read More

Why immigration reform failed in 1986

Joe Guzzardi is a Progressives for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc.org. Read or Share this story: → Read More

Finally! Federal indictments against birth tourism

Finally! Federal indictments against birth tourism → Read More

California's solution to overpopulation and inequality? More immigrant

California's solution to overpopulation and inequality? More immigrant → Read More

The swamp swallows Trump

Joe Guzzardi is a Progressives for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc.org.Read or Share this story: → Read More

E-Verify finally coming to the Trump organization

Last week, the Trump Organization, an umbrella group that oversees more than 500 companies still owned by President Donald Trump, announced it would use the federal E-Verify program to confirm the work eligibility status of its new employees. Because of a little-known provision in immigration law that I'll explain later, the long overdue move may portend the first step in mandatory national… → Read More

Baseball Hall of Fame needs tighter standards

Joe Guzzardi is a Society for American Baseball Research member. Contact him at guzzjoe@yahoo.com.Read or Share this story: → Read More

In federal court, exploited foreign workers score big win

In federal court, exploited foreign workers score big win → Read More

Proposed MLB-Cuba deal spells trouble for U.S. hopefuls

Column by Joe Guzzardi about Cuban, American baseball → Read More

Call to journalists: Return to professional roots

Column by Joe Guzzardi about population and immigration → Read More

Christmas in New York: A cautionary tale

Joe Guzzardi is a Progressives for Immigration Reform analyst who has written about immigration for more than 30 years. Contact him at jguzzardi@pfirdc.org.Read or Share this story: → Read More

Paul Ryan’s final betrayal

Column by Joe Guzzardi about outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan and immigration → Read More

As deadline nears, Trump keeps banging head against the wall

Column by Joe Guzzardi about looming government shutdown, border wall and E-Verify → Read More

Mandatory E-Verify would be stronger than a wall

In national polling among likely voters, a whopping 78 percent favor mandatory E-Verify. → Read More

Lackluster November jobs report bodes poorly for 2019

Jobs report shows part-time, low wages, columnist Joe Guzzardi says → Read More

The displacement of tech workers continues unabated

The displacement of tech workers continues unabated → Read More

Caravan nears U.S., meets Mexican resistance

The Central American caravan has conclusively proven three things. First, the migrants are economic migrants, and therefore don’t qualify for asylum. Second, despite offers from the Mexican government to grant them safe haven, their goal is to reach the United States where they expect that affirmative benefits will be more generous. Third, the consensus among most Mexicans in an area where part… → Read More

After midterms, tech workers still friendless in Congress

In Kansas’ Third District, IT has a strong presence with Microsoft, Google and Amazon. Over time, since taking office in 2011, the district’s soon-to-be former representative, Kevin Yoder, fell in love with the H-1B employment-based visa. This year Yoder sponsored HR 392, which would have removed country caps, or limits, on potential green card holders. Getting rid of country caps favors India… → Read More

Thousands of migrants pressing north is bad for almost everyone

As the latest Central American caravan presses North, it grows in size, and as of Monday reached more than 7,000-strong. Whether 700 or 7,000 migrants ever enter the U.S., their presence would be bad for almost everyone, including many migrants. “Winners” would be the immigration lawyers and cheap labor employers. Losers would be the unemployed and underemployed Americans, especially minorities;… → Read More

It’s raining work permits for new immigrants

If I had a dollar for every time I heard someone say that he opposes illegal immigration, but supports legal immigration, I could take a nice vacation. Early in my three-decade career covering immigration, advocating for legal immigration was, if you will, the popular thing to do. Illegal immigrants were, as the story went, lawbreakers. On the other hand, legal immigrants were an American… → Read More