Dan A. Stein

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Daniel Alan Stein is the president of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR). FAIR advocates for reforms of U.S. immigration policies that would result in significant immigration reduction. He is also a member of the Citizens' Debate Commission, a nonpartisan American organization, formed in 2004, that was established to sponsor future general election presidential debates.[1]

Stein started leading FAIR in 1988, as its executive director. Before that, he was the executive director of the Immigration Reform Law Institute, a non-profit public interest law firm working to control illegal immigration and reduce legal immigration to "levels consistent with the national interest of the United States".[2] He remains on the Board of Directors of the IRLI. He has written many articles on immigration published in both scholarly journals and the popular press. He has testified in Congress on behalf of FAIR and spoken on immigration reform across the country. He graduated from Indiana University Bloomington (B.A., 1977) and received a law degree from the Columbus School of Law at the Catholic University of America.[3][4]


  1. ^ Citizens' Debate Commission – Members
  2. ^ Immigration Reform Law Institute – About IRLI
  3. ^ P.O.V. – Borders. Border Talk. Dan Stein | PBS About Dan Stein
  4. ^ http://immigration.procon.org/view.source.php?sourceID=003123

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