- In the Next Two Years, Congress should:
- expand, or at least maintain, current legal
- increase permanently the number of H-1B visas and
deregulate employment-based immigration to facilitate
the entry of skilled immigrants;
- remove the new one-year time limit on filing for
political asylum and reform the "expedited removal"
- repeal employer sanctions;
- stop the move toward a computerized national
identification system and the use of government-issued
documents, such as birth certificates and Social
Security cards, as de facto national ID cards; and
- reduce restrictions on the movement of workers within
the North American Free Trade Agreement area.
|By the end
of the decade, Congress should:
- Abolish all anti-immigration laws.
As soon as possible, America should: