Pols should refocus immigration reform

Herman, Richard
January 2010
Crain's Cleveland Business;1/11/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p8
In this article the author discusses about the U.S. immigration reform that will help to boost economy. He mentions that the White House, Washington has announced to reform immigration law in 2010. He mentions that the policy makers should focus more on legal immigrants and on their strength as an economic engine. He informs that in his new book, he has documented that immigrants are the most powerful force for creating jobs for Americans.


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