Why Immigration

The general public’s perception of the national, U.S. Mainstream media representation of what the public should concentrate on mainly influences immigration problem. The media has traditionally always focused on the so called illegal immigrants”, which the professional community would prefer to refer to as undocumented aliens “.This group essentially encompasses all non-U.S. Citizens who’re living in the US either without legal immigration status, or beyond the legal terms of their formerly approved legal status, including legal entry with following overstay without departure from the U.S.While some authorities and media quotes consider this category to number about 12-15 million, a few estimates from several agencies and specialist communities peg the estimates, substantially higher, somewhere around 30 million immigrants.

The media and mainstream public have an inclination to restrict our national immigration issues to the existence of 12-30 million estimated aliens in the US in violation of U.S. Laws, and how you cope with them. And while Immigration Reform that is comprehensive WILL take care of legality and the existence of undocumented aliens in america, this is one of several problems the CIR will need to address. These problems include problems such as! Limitations on Visa Numbers, mandated by Congress, Which Makes it harder to procure adequtate skilled employees at the levels required to fulfill the shifting needs of the U.S.

Economics and labor market. Arbitrary Numerical Limitations, by enforcing caps on classifications and classes, resulting in extensive backlogs and processing delays measured in Years, as opposed basically instills unification and family integration. Employment Enforcement problems, caused by inconsistent, inefficient or inappropriate enforcement efforts on federal and state levels of wages and workplace violations, which negatively impacts employees and businesses alike. Our nation’s failure to push through a workable, sustainable CIR has instead given way to a wide range of lopsided, poorly conceived, and badly implemented enforcement only initiatives that aren’t only doing little to absolutely nothing to impede the flow of unauthorised immigrants, but have also been very costly.

In a time where government spending budget are stretched to beyond their limits, some of those enforcement programs seem hard to justify, when there’s ample reliable data to show that the US currently has the largest unauthorised immigrant population in its history. This article series, while by no means a complete and exhaustive study of every issue within our current immigration system, will deal with several key areas and problems arising from legislature failure to implement a meaningful CIR. And Immigration = Opportunities + Possibilities. Let me show you how. Contact me for a consultation.