Funding Bill Deadline and Immigration Economics
BY: MIHAI SALAGEAN
“THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED IN THE FOLLOWING COMMENTARY ARE SOLELY THOSE OF THE AUTHOR AND DO NOT PURPORT TO BE THOSE OF THE FOGLE LAW FIRM.”
As Friday’s deadline grows near Congress needs to consider the economic benefits of accepting the Democrats bill proposal to avoid yet another partial government shut-down. It’s belief that the United States immigration system needs to be restructured to provide a more user-friendly approach to the people, period. As a fellow immigrant to the United States it is disheartening to see a system that is so largely controlled by the whimsical thoughts of a few politicians and not by practical economical needs to allow this country to continue to thrive as a great nation. Currently, there is a need for highly skilled engineers, and software analysts, however as chances would have it the U.S. has rigid restrictions on immigrant admissions from China and India. With immigration being a hotspot in the news since Trump has taken office, now is the time to demand a greater expansion of high-skilled immigrant workers visas. Thankfully, the attorneys at The Fogle Law Firm are here to help and navigate this complex process.
Lead by one of the nation’s Top immigration attorneys, the team of immigration experts at The Fogle Law Firm is prepared to be the beacon of light that is needed in this dim time in our history. Although it may seem disheartening to hear of all the cuts and regulations which the Trump administration is prepared to continue to undertake to further limit the opportunities available within our immigration system, we are here to help. We have always been at the forefront of creating effective immigrations solutions. One should not be placed in a position where they must give up a once in a lifetime economic opportunity just because of something negative they have heard on the news. Indeed, the calls to eliminate the visa lottery and crack down on “chain migration” are not the correct approach to creating room for highly skilled professionals and instead a revamping of the admission system to identify merit is the proper procedure.