Monthly Archives: November 2014

US Resources are not Unlimited for Illegal Immigrants

Critics of expanded immigration and immigration reform in general like to complain that the resources that are nominally reserved for U.S. citizens are going to waste on illegal immigrants. However, these resources are barely used on illegal immigrants and might … Continue reading

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Is Illegal Immigration an Economic Burden on America

One of the most frequently cited reasons for why the government should crack down on illegal immigration is because those immigrants take jobs away from Americans. But is that true? As with any issue involving economics, the answer is a … Continue reading

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Is Immigration Amnesty an Emergency?

Immigration is always a popular topic for politicians and pundits around elections, but is the alarmed language used by opponents of immigration reform worth listening to? The answer is very dependent on one’s political leanings, but it is unlikely that … Continue reading

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F1 Student Visa Holders Have Increased explosively in the U.S.

The number of students studying in the U.S. on F1 student visas has exploded from 110,000 in 2001 to 524,000 in 2012, a nearly five-fold increase, according to the Brookings Institution. F1 visas are granted to foreign students to study … Continue reading

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What is the Impact of the immigration crisis in the U.S.?

There is a great deal of political, economic and social interest in immigration reform in the United States, which is often referred to as the immigration crisis. The extensive and heated debate over the matter is divided by political lines … Continue reading

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