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February 28, 2016

those stages of the removal process. In particular, based on FY 2013 levels it would require: · Federal immigration apprehension personnel to increase from 4,844 positions to 90,582 positions; · The number of

October 23, 2015

across all skill levels. While improving training for the existing workforce, increasing the growth rate in the immigration workforce at all skill levels would substantially reduce overall shortages. We find that increasing the growth rate

May 15, 2013

Immigration reform resulting in net population growth and an increase in employment-based immigration would likely have wide-reaching economic benefits, and would provide a boost to the housing sector. Understanding how

April 9, 2013

Immigration reform can raise population growth, labor force growth, and thus growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP). In addition, immigrants have displayed entrepreneurial rates above that of the native born population. New entrepreneurial vigor embodied in new capital and consumer goods can raise the standard of living.

April 9, 2015

When the American Action Forum (AAF) analyzed the total costs of the immigration system, we found close to $30 billion in annual regulatory compliance costs. The specific toll on American

January 24, 2018

and almost half of the countries in the European Union. As President Trump seeks wide-ranging changes in the U.S. immigration system, existing visa programs—including the EB-5 program—face increased scrutiny. So, has the EB-5 program performed as intended? How have immigrant investors impacted U.S. workers and the economy? How effective is the current U.S. immigrant investor

March 6, 2015

prevent any new undocumented immigrants going forward, the government would at a minimum have to maintain current immigration enforcement levels. This results in an additional $315 billion in continuing enforcement costs over that time period.

May 5, 2016

strained would include agriculture, construction, and leisure and hospitality. Introduction The question of how to address unauthorized immigration has been among the most prominent issues in the 2016 presidential race. Presidential candidates Donald Trump and

September 7, 2017

all undocumented immigrants in just two years, as then-candidate Trump proposed, would require drastic expansions in US immigration enforcement operations. The US economy would also shrink by over $1 trillion. More recently, we found that

April 5, 2016

face the greatest shortage of STEM workers. One response to this shortage would be for policymakers to increase legal immigration by expanding the H-1B program for high-skilled foreign labor.  They could also extend Optional Practical Training to give international students sufficient time to contribute to the U.S. economy after graduation and match with an H-1B