Senators Ernst, Johnson and Cotton introduced legislation to restrict the use of spousal and fiancé immigration benefits to those over age 18. This should receive bipartisan support.
The Lee-Ernst proposal simply reforms an existing entitlement program so that people have greater flexibility and control over when they can access benefits.
Over an eleven-year period, our immigration services approved bringing in 8,686 spouses or fiancees for marriages that involved minors.
Voters in Tennessee are likely to be more savvy.
Isn’t this what equality and freedom from bias are about?
The New York Times reported this week that part of the reason why wage growth has been slow is that benefit costs account for a greater share of overall compensation: The ...