Podcast: What is Legal Immigration?

There is a disconnect for many people on the difference between legal immigration and illegal immigration. Polls indicate that most Americans are in favor of preserving each of the individual categories of legal immigration. However, these legal pathways are extremely cumbersome to successfully navigate. On top of that, because of outdated quotas and insufficient numbers, it can take years and, for some, decades to legally live and work in the United States. 

In this first episode of two, Ron Klasko, See more +

There is a disconnect for many people on the difference between legal immigration and illegal immigration. Polls indicate that most Americans are in favor of preserving each of the individual categories of legal immigration. However, these legal pathways are extremely cumbersome to successfully navigate. On top of that, because of outdated quotas and insufficient numbers, it can take years and, for some, decades to legally live and work in the United States. 

In this first episode of two, Ron Klasko, Anu Nair, and Drew Zeltner cover the pathways of legal immigration to the U.S., the hurdles legal immigrants are facing, and how they contribute to the growth of the U.S. economy. Not only have foreign-born entrepreneurs or children of immigrants started around 40% of Fortune 500 companies like Google, Zoom, Amazon, Apple, eBay, but foreign national employees also fill much-needed skills gaps in many industries, most notably in the medical field.  

Do you know how critical legal immigration is to the U.S. economy and why there is such great risk in current efforts to reduce or eliminate legal immigration? Listen and find out.

Speakers in this episode are: H. Ronald Klasko, Anu Nair, and Andrew J. Zeltner.

Subscribe to get Part 2 as soon as it is released to hear Ron, Anu, and Drew cover how legal immigration has been reduced by 50% in the last four years. See less -

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