JCUA Panel Explores Immigration Reform

Supporters of immigration reform gathered recently to examine the nation’s broken immigration system — and how it affects people every day.

Ira Azulay (from left), Peggy Slater, Rabbi Maralee Gordon, Reyna Wences

Moderated by immigration attorney Ira Azulay, a member of JCUA’s policy committee, the “lunch-and-learn” panel featured Rabbi Maralee Gordon, McHenry County Jewish Congregation; Peggy Slater, JCUA board member; and Reyna Wences, an 18-year-old Mexican immigrant rights activist.

Read the whole story on JCUA’s Web site.

One Response to JCUA Panel Explores Immigration Reform

  1. It fits our needs perfectly the advantage of immigration reform on the country: Greater supply of unskilled workers, a younger workforce, and skilled workers in needed sectors. But there is also a disadvantage of immigration reform like Greater poverty, more educational cost, lower unskilled wage levels, and increased danger of terrorism. Thanks to the post!

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