Last month I wrote a post in which I showed the number of undocumented workers vs. how much we spend on border security. My conclusion was that the amount spent on border security had little effect on immigration. The numbers are the best evidence:
Daniel Griswald over at CATO’s liberty blog . . . → Read More: CATO’s Griswald Agrees with my Immigration conclusion
As I discussed last week, the $600 million that congress wasted on additional Border Security was paid for entirely by raising visa fees on companies(primarily India-based) whose main purpose is importing cheap labor using H1-b and L-1 visas. India is not taking this lying down. They are claiming that it violates our WTO treaties.
. . . → Read More: India Claims New Law Violates WTO Agreements
Immigration reform is a hot topic right now. There’s a lot of calls for more border security and increased enforcement. However, do these policies work to actually reduce the number of illegal immigrants in the country. Every year we spend more on enforcement and almost almost every year the number of undocumented workers living . . . → Read More: Increased Border Security Doesn’t Stop Immigration