Creating a cap on the number of immigrants that are permitted to receive Visa

Creating a cap on the number of immigrants that are permitted to receive Visa

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Unformatted text preview: Creating a cap on the number of immigrants that are permitted to receive Visas is extremely important. Based on current numbers 84% of Visas are family based whereas only 16% are employer based. 1/3 of the immigrants in the US are illegal, undocumented. The new immigration reform is leaning towards National interest as opposed to Immigrant/individual/family interest of the past. AEI is in agreement that this change is necessary as to improve the US economy and in the long run help US workers and for the US to stay competitive. As opposed to the current proposal of the W Visa, AEI believes that employers need to be involved in how many W Visas are needed and that there needs to be flexibility in those numbers as the economy and labor demand changes. Also if a W Visa employee is fired or loses their job, instead of being able to stay in the country until they find...
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2011 for the course WORK 383 taught by Professor Shurman during the Spring '11 term at Rutgers.

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Creating a cap on the number of immigrants that are permitted to receive Visa

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