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Kory P. Schaff
California State University, Los Angeles
This piece outlines an argument against recent changes in U.S. immigration policy that aim to give priority in admissions to skilled workers rather than family members seeking unification. I argue that democratic states have a moral obligation to admit individuals seeking unification with family members, rather than give priority to skilled workers.
Keywords Skilled work  Unification  Immigration
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