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Immigration: Admit the Talent We Need

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Gavin Johns

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of Immigration: Admit the Talent We Need

Immigration:
Admit the Talent We Need

Historical Evidence
US Policy Decisions
Stakeholders
Social
Economic
Political
Economy
Refugees
Undocumented Immigrants
National Security
2000-2007
100 foreign
immigrants
+
STEM
education
=
262 additional

jobs
for US natives
Source: Data Collected by Madeline Zavodny, a professor of economics at Agnes Scott College.
immigrants from China and India started 30% of the new
high-tech companies
in Silicon Valley
1990s
Source: "Part II: Immigration Today"
Albert Einstein emigrated to the US in 1933 to collaborate with other scientists on the
atomic bomb
. This gave the US a large
political advantage
over every other country during the war.
Award
200,000 immigration visas
annually for skilled workers and their families, to strengthen our
economy
, create
jobs
, and ensure the continuation of
social services
programs.
2009
foreign immigrants
pay more money
in taxes than they and their family
receive
through
social
benefit programs
Source: Data Collected by Madeline Zavodny, a professor of economics at Agnes Scott College.
Lower the total
annual immigration to 500,000
, including refugees.
Deny
any and all
social services
to undocumented immigrants.
Educated Foreigners
More
educated and talented
foreigners will be
given visas
to emigrate and work in the US.
US Workforce
Talented and educated immigrants will create
more jobs
and increase our
economic strength
.
Anyone On Social Services Program
Talented and educated immigrants
provide more money
through taxes for social service programs than they use from these programs.
Increase
border patrol
and secure borders to lower the
illegal immigration rate
.
Illegal Immigrants
With the increase in
border patrol
, those crossing our borders illegally will find it much harder to enter the country.
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