For most of the people in the world, the U.S is the most prosperous country which is why it experiences a high rate of immigration both legally and illegally. The U.S. Immigration Policy asserts that America has garnered remarkable profits because of the immigrants.
However, it also counsels that the unrelenting lack of ability of the USA to extend and implement a feasible immigration law system can put a great threat to the achievements, as it may weaken America’s economy, endanger its international relations, and jeopardize its national security.
For this reason, the U.S needs to do an elementary fix to its immigration laws. Also, one of the famous authors in America Rob Sobhani has also suggested that the US immigration policy should be made such that it would respect the tradition of American opportunity and diversity without crippling it.
Following underlined points are the goals that need to be achieved so as to facilitate building a strong immigration policy for the USA:
- Modification of the official immigration system such that it functions more competently retorts more precisely to labor market necessities and improves U.S. viability.
- Re-instates the reliability of immigration laws through an enforcement system that powerfully rejects employers and employees from working outside the legal system, safeguards America’s borders and imposes a considerable penalty against those who breach the law.
- Provides a fair, humanitarian, and methodical method to permit currently existing migrants living illegally in the United States to earn the right to stay lawfully.