According to a study released yesterday by the Immigration Policy Center (IPC), it’s not U.S. workers who will benefit the most from tighter immigration controls as many talking heads would have you think, but rather those who engage in human trafficing have the most to gain. This because stricter laws only force the underground pipeline of cheap labor to become more sophisticated. The study also played down the claim that tightening the border gates will lessen the threat of terrorism since most of those coming into the U.S. via the Mexican border are from Central and/or South America, hardly nations which threaten U.S. national security.
Read the entire report on the IPC website.
Via / Telemundo.com