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  • From Obsolete to Essential: How Reforming Our Immigration Laws Can Stimulate and Strengthen the United States Economy

    The immigration process in the United States is broken. Poorly designed and ineffectively implemented, the current scheme has created a quagmire of backlogs and oversubscription. Those seeking admission to the United States face a daunting and sometimes impossible journey. Employers cannot hire the foreign labor they need to complement the native workforce, boost overall production, and compete in the global marketplace. Over the years, many companies have resorted to outsourcing portions of their business to countries with more amicable immigration schemes, just to meet their labor needs.