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Immigration

Homeland Security

Since 2005, Congress has engaged in a political tug of war over passing Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR). Whether Congress decides to consider legislation this year, next year, or in five years, the need to overhaul how our nation manages the immigration system is more apparent than ever.

Where Deloitte can help

Deloitte is positioned as a leader to help our clients through this monumental challenge, in large part because Deloitte serves federal clients at every stage of the immigration life-cycle: from visa processing at the U.S. Department of State, to securing our borders and interior at U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and U.S. Customs and Border Protection, to supporting the intake and transformation of the benefit application process at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

While it is likely that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and its immigration-related agencies would be primarily responsible for administering a reform program, other federal agencies will be significantly impacted by CIR legislation, including the Social Security Administration, Department of Labor and the Department of Education, to name a few. Deloitte is on the cutting edge of immigration issues and welcomes the opportunity to showcase our full, cross-functional suite of innovative services to potential clients.

Thought leadership

Implementing immigration reform: Imagining the possibilities – Symposium report
Georgetown University and Deloitte presented this symposium to bring together diverse leaders in the immigration field to facilitate a dialogue about reform strategies, solutions, and innovations in a complex and dynamic immigration ecosystem.

Listen to Heather Reilly discuss immigration reform on Federal News Radio
Heather Reilly, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP, discusses the path ahead for federal agencies and their role in immigration reform planning. The big question is how agencies might deal with tens of millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States once Congress moves forward.

Issues by the numbers: Making America smarter, stronger, and younger
Immigration and immigration reform are perennial topics of debate in the United States. What does the data say about how immigration is shaping the country?

How immigration is shaping the United States
Other countries have realized that they are in a worldwide competition for talent and have adjusted their immigration policies to improve their competitiveness—the United States can do no less.

Immigration reform: Innovative implementation in a budget-constrained environment
Join Tom Davis, Director, Deloitte LLP, former Virginia Congressman, and Chairman of the House Government Reform Committee in a Deloitte Dbriefs on proposed immigration reform legislation. Learn how public and private organizations can position themselves to embrace it while maintaining high levels of service amid unprecedented budgetary challenges.

Immigration in the age of social
This collection of essays provides diverse perspectives on why immigration agencies should be using social media to improve customer service.

Immigration community of interest
Deloitte has built a community of practitioners to share ideas and support clients with immigration-related issues. This community of practitioners seeks to leverage Deloitte’s immigration experience to establish thought leadership and provide added value to our clients.

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