Immigration Reform: The Employment Perspective (Online Course)
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Immigration Reform: The Employment Perspective (Online Course)

Immigration Reform: The Employment Perspective (Online Course)
Product Code: CET13IRPOLC
Faculty: Ana Avendano, Jonathan A. Grode, Sean G. Hanagan, Rachel Micah-Jones
Recording Date: April 24, 2013
Page Count: 21
Running Time: 90 minutes
Credit Hours: 1.5
Ethics Hours: 0
Sponsoring Entities: Center for Professional Development, Section of Labor and Employment Law
Topics: Immigration Law, Labor & Employment Law
Format: Online Course - CET13IRPOLC
Other Formats: CD - CET13IRPCDR Audio Download - CET13IRPAUD
Pricing: $129.00 (Regular)
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Description

The Congressional and national debate on immigration reform is ongoing. This audio CD-ROM discusses what comprehensive reform should encompass from the perspective of employment.

The program also discusses:
  • Current problems in the system that are making it so difficult for employers to obtain work visas for foreign nationals and keep their enterprises operating on U.S. soil at maximum capacity
  • The problems low-skilled workers face in trying to remain in the United States
  • The hardships and abuse these foreign workers face
The program faculty also explores what enforcement mechanisms need to be in place to successfully effectuate immigration reform.

Click here to view the system requirements for this online course.