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Chris Musillo on Nurse and Allied Health Immigration

PRES. OBAMA'S IMMIGRATION SPEECH

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by Chris Musillo


On Tuesday President Obama is expected to make a major immigration speech at the US-Mexican border town of El Paso, Texas. That the speech is taking place in El Paso speaks volumes about the US' immigration policy; the debate on the undocumented overwhelms any other immigration issues that this country has.


The need for healthcare workers in this country is about to explode. Both private and public economic forecasters predict that the jobs that grew in the 2000-10 decade will be the jobs where growth is seen in the 2011-20 decade. The Department of Labor says that these are largely healthcare jobs. It will be telling if the President tries to position legitimate immigration alongside his enforcement aims.


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  1. immediate care's Avatar
    According to the President Obama major immigration speech at the US-Mexican border town of El Paso, Texas, i agree with this speech, should be position legitimate of immigration but not as much who effects workers.
  2. Jkl's Avatar
    Hello. What are the prospects of HR 1929 to be enacted as law?
  3. Apapa's Avatar
    @JKL,
    Prospects - None. History is proof enuf to answer this!!! Do not hope for anything to be passed with regards to legal immigration, even if it is related to healthcare.
  4. US Visa Extension's Avatar
    President Barack Obama signaled out Republicans while addressing the Latino advocacy group National Council of La Raza, saying that Congress needs Republican support to pass comprehensive immigration reform laws, according to multiple reports.

    During his address, which media outlets have characterized as part of the president's push to lock in Latino support for his 2012 reelection campaign, Obama said many Republicans who previously supported immigration reform have now reversed their position in favor of measures that tighten immigration enforceme
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