FW: Q&A Guide to Arizona's New Immigration Law
- Date: Wed, 2 Jun 2010 19:39:26 -0400
Subject: Q&A Guide to Arizona's New Immigration LawFor Immediate ReleaseQ&A Guide to Arizona's New Immigration LawWhat You Need to Know About The New Law and How It Can Impact Your StateJune 2, 2010
Washington, D.C. - Tomorrow Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will meet with President Obama to discuss border security and Arizona's controversial new immigration law SB 1070. Barely a month after passage of SB 1070, both opponents and proponents are attempting to assess the impact the new law may have on residents of Arizona-citizens and immigrants alike. At the same time, approximately 22 states (at last count) are considering similar legislation. Multiple lawsuits have been filed challenging the constitutionality of the law, opponents are mounting a boycott, and numerous polls show that a majority of the public both supports the Arizona law and comprehensive immigration reform.The Immigration Policy Center has developed a Q&A Guide to Arizona's New Immigration Law. This guide provides key answers to basic questions about Arizona's law - from the substance of the law and myths surrounding it to the legal and fiscal implications. As other states contemplate similar legislation, knowing the answers to basic questions about Arizona's law will prove to be critically important in furthering the discussion.To view the guide in its entirety see:
- Q&A Guide to Arizona's New Immigration Law (IPC Special Report, June 2, 2010)
For more information contact Wendy Sefsaf at 202-507-7524 or wsefsaf@...The Immigration Policy Center (IPC) is the research and policy arm of the American Immigration Council. IPC's mission is to shape a rational national conversation on immigration and immigrant integration. Through its research and analysis, IPC provides policymakers, the media, and the general public with accurate information about the role of immigrants and immigration policy on U.S. society. IPC reports and materials are widely disseminated and relied upon by press and policy makers. IPC staff regularly serves as experts to leaders on Capitol Hill, opinion-makers and the media. IPC, formed in 2003 is a non-partisan organization that neither supports nor opposes any political party or candidate for office.
A division of the American Immigration Council.
Visit our website at www.immigrationpolicy.org.This email was sent to prmunoz@... by wsefsaf@....Immigration Policy Center | 1331 G Street, NW | Suite 200 | Washington | DC | 20005
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