Muzaffar Chishti

Director, Migration Policy Institute's Office at New York University School of Law

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Director of the Migration Policy Institute's office at New York University School of Law

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New Haven, Connecticut was first, other cities may fall in line, but the biggest so far is San Francisco.

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