“Not Coming to America: Why the US is Falling Behind in the Global Race for Talent” is a first-ever comparative study of the immigration reforms that other countries employ to boost their economies. Border Patrol agents might start helping to ease traffic across international bridges in the Texas border city of El Paso. Alabama’s anti-immigrant law HB 658 includes new tougher provisions.
New report compares American immigration policies with other countries “Not Coming to America: Why the US is Falling Behind in the Global Race for Talent” is a first-ever comparative study of the immigration reforms other countries employ to boost their economies.
“The report by the Partnership for a New American Economy and Partnership for New York City identifies risks facing the US economy if it does not reform its immigration laws and explores the recruitment strategies Australia, Canada, Chile, China, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Singapore and the United Kingdom use to attract the workers needed to grow their economies. The report also tells the stories of individuals recruited to other countries by immigration reforms that made it easy for them to contribute to their new country’s economy and concludes by recommending six immigration reforms the US can adopt to resume its position as the magnet for the world’s most talented and necessary workers.”
Border Patrol agents might change job description Border Patrol agents might start helping to ease traffic across international bridges in the Texas border city of El Paso.
“As Border Patrol agents apprehend fewer undocumented people each year, its mission as an agency with resources focused on deterring and apprehending undocumented crossers is being reconsidered. One possible outcome might be reassigning Border Patrol agents to Customs border crossings to reduce the long wait.”
New revision of Albama’s anti-immigrant law gets tougher Alabama’s HB 658 includes harsher provisions against undocumented immigrants.
“All undocumented immigrants who appear in court for any violation of state law will find their names published on the official state website, along with the names of the judges assigned to their cases and the dispositions in order to shame immigrants and to allow anti-immigrant groups to exert pressure on judges. Another new provision requires the state’s Department of Homeland Security to compile an annual progress report updating the Legislature on how efforts to rid Alabama of illegal immigrants are coming along.”