How Miriam Jordan, Immigration Reporter for the New York Times, Is Covering a Major Shift in Border Policy

From a New York Times Insider column by Terence McGinley headlined “On the Border, on the Cusp of Change”:

As an international correspondent for Reuters and The Wall Street Journal, Miriam Jordan reported from India, Hong Kong, Israel, Mexico and Brazil. When she returned to the United States in 2004, she found a way to keep her reporting global: by covering immigration. Her experience and language skills (besides English, Ms. Jordan speaks Spanish, Portuguese, French and Hebrew) were well-suited to the beat.