ACA Success May Require Immigration Reform, in Employment Law360

Robert Groban, Jr., National Chairperson of the Immigration Law Group, in the New York office, and Catherine Silie, an Associate in the Labor and Employment practice, in the New York office, co-wrote an article titled "ACA Success May Require Immigration Reform." (Read the full version — subscription required.)

Following is an excerpt:

While the debate on comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) has focused on how to handle the country's undocumented population and the business community's need for highly skilled workers, the demands of an aging population coupled with the requirements of health care reform may mean that CIR also may be essential to the success of the Affordable Care Act.