Most of my readers with some experience at American colleges or universities did not have any contact with recruiters paid by those institutions, unless they happened to be spectacular high school athletes. Most of them attended schools that had more applicants than they could accept, and thus did not need recruiters.
The fact about the "Diversity Visa Lottery" that dare not speak its name is that about half of the aliens who win the lottery either reject the prospect of actually coming to America, won't pay the $330 fee, or are found to be unqualified (despite the lottery's loose standards).
The White House on Sunday evening released its immigration principles that "outline reforms that must be included as part of any legislation addressing the status of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients," as the cover letter to Senator Schumer puts it.
During the hearing, committee members and witnesses cited three different studies of DACA recipients. There are significant differences in the reliability, methodology, and usefulness among these studies.
The Wall Street Journal published an article this week that brought together all of the leading strawman arguments, from all of the usual senators, on a legislative plan to replace Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).