Anti-Immigration Laws Damage US Economy

As many U.S. states are considering and implementing harsh immigration-control laws, research shows that the impact of such laws can harm states’ economies, produce severe worker shortages, result in lost tax revenues, discourage economic growth, make it more difficult and [...]

By | 2012-03-20T23:13:08+00:00 March 20th, 2012|Immigration|0 Comments

Asylum Travel

If you are an asylum applicant, asylee (an individual who has been granted asylum), or lawful permanent resident who obtained such status based on your approved asylum application, you are subject to special rules with regard to traveling outside [...]

By | 2012-02-16T23:12:30+00:00 February 16th, 2012|asylum, Immigration|0 Comments

Immigration Creates US Jobs

Immigration creates jobs for native-born Americans, a new report finds. Immigration does not reduce employment among U.S.-born population; instead, foreign-born workers “complement” U.S.-born workers. Immigrants and natives have different skills, and immigration diversifies the workforce. Immigration results in [...]

By | 2012-01-17T23:02:31+00:00 January 17th, 2012|Immigration|0 Comments