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I am delighted to be part of the conference that is being held here at Washburn University School of Law. I would like to thank Dean Romig, Professor Reggie Robinson, Professor David Rubenstein, and Professor Shawn Leisinger and anybody else who has been involved with the convening of the conference and inviting me here. It is a great pleasure and an honor. I hope that I will be able to provide some interesting material for you to digest with your meal. I call the talk Immigration Policy: Myths, Realities, and Reforms, and I want to emphasize some of the different aspects of immigration policy that I believe are not well understood. So I am dividing the talk into four parts: (1) an introduction, (2) some myths and misunderstandings about immigration, (3) some thoughts about immigration reform, and, finally, (4) some concluding remarks.
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