"The Pew Research Center's recent study concluding that the number of Asian immigrants moving to the United States now exceeds the number of Latinos hardly seems surprising to me or many of my fellow immigration attorneys. My law firm, Wildes & Weinberg P.C., which has focused exclusively on United States immigration matters for more than 50 years, has seen a dramatic uptick in the number...
The Many Facets of Effective Immigration Reform
This piece argues for the idea of legalizing illegal immigrants based on the economic and social benefits that this plan provides for the United States and her citizens. Ewing cites a variety of information that demonstrates the high costs of border patrols and the overall ineffectiveness of the enforcement plan. The author concludes this piece by declaring the following:
"[t]he United States needs a new immigration policy that is based less on wishful thinking and more on realism. Spending vast sums of money trying to enforce arbitrary numerical limits on immigration that bear no relationship to economic reality is a fool’s errand. We need flexible limits on immigration that rise and fall with U.S. labor demand, coupled with strict enforcement of tough wage and labor laws that protect all workers, regardless of where they were born."
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