Five years after Congress last tried and failed to pass immigration reform, lawmakers in Washington are finally returning to the issue. No one is proposing a comprehensive overhaul. But a growing number of lawmakers, Democrat and Republican, are considering fixes to the legal immigration system: creating new visas, streamlining existing programs, responding to the concerns of employers and others. On April 16, ImmigrationWorks held a briefing for congressional staffers to encourage new thinking about incremental fixes. A panel of experts addressed an array of visa programs – for agricultural, seasonal and high-skilled workers as well as permanent residents – bringing staffers up to speed on existing proposals and injecting new ideas.