Is immigration reform starting to take shape?Published: Jan 10, 2013 8:00 am By: Faiven Feshazion
"Carmen Wong Ulrich, president of Alta Wealth Management, added that most of the people whom the U.S. deports do not pose a threat to the American job market because they are doing the less desirable, low-wage labor on which our economy is based. Democratic consultant Jamal Simmons agreed that these “other jobs” are the backbone of the American economy. “We absolutely do better because of immigration,” Simmons said.
Still, deportation numbers are at a historic high, having increased each year since President Obama took office in 2008."
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