Immigration Reform is Key to Economic RecoveryPDF Version
Immigration Reform is Key to Economic Recovery
The 2008-2009 economic recession has deeply affected the stability and well-being of families and businesses across the United States. In the search for solutions, a growing body of evidence indicates that comprehensive immigration reform would promote economic recovery. Creating an earned pathway to legal status and eventual citizenship for undocumented immigrants would strengthen the U.S. economy and help put us back on track toward stability and growth.