Laura Foote Reiff

Co-Chair of the Business Immigration Group at Greenberg Traurig

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Co-Chair of the Business Immigration Group at the law firm of Greenberg Traurig in Washington; Co-Chair of the Essential Worker Immigrant Coalition, a coalition of businesses and trade associations concerned with the shortage of semi-skilled and unskilled labor

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" Comprehensive Immigration Reform " was a big loser this year for  President Bush  and many Democrats, mostly because it included a pathway to legalization for 12 million undocumented…

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