The New York Times recently highlighted a lawsuit filed by the American Immigration Council and...
Mexican Immigrant Workers and the U.S. Economy: An Increasingly Vital Role
America's current immigration policies are antiquated and fail to recognize the importance of Mexican workers to the national economy. U.S. immigration law must provide ways for Mexican workers to enter and remain in the U.S., in both temporary and permanent status, with protections to assure that they have the dignity and respect they deserve, given the important contributions they make to America. The status quo can no longer be accepted if the United States is to remain the world's leading economy.
Published On: Sun, Sep 01, 2002 | Download File