Throughout the nation undocumented immigrants are facing struggles when it comes to trying to educate themselves beyond high school. The struggle has to do with how to pay for post secondary education. Currently, there are four states that actually do not allow undocumented immigrants to pay in-state tuition despite the fact that they reside in the state. Florida is one of those states.
Aware that the United States is losing money every day due to the difficulty people from other countries are having getting visas that grant access to America, the current administration is taking steps to make it easier for tourists to enter the country.
In our previous post we discussed immigration reforms suggested by the Immigration Policy Center of the American Immigration Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce that could potentially have a positive impact on the economic growth of the United States. In this post we will discuss reforms that the Department of Homeland Security is hoping to make to U.S. immigration law to make it easier for highly-skilled immigrants to either enter or stay in the U.S. for employment.
A report recently released indicates that the United States may be missing out on business opportunities by forcing entrepreneurs who are immigrants back to their home countries. Issued jointly by the Immigration Policy Center of the American Immigration Council and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, the report offers two suggestions on how U.S. immigration law can be changed to deal with this potential loss.