An Autopsy of the Senate Immigration Bill, Pt. 3: The Question of Limits

CIS — Most immigration discussions totally avoid the subject of immigration limits or assume there are no limits to the number of immigrants the United States can or should take in every year.

A recent Washington Post editorial, for example, complained about what it called an “absurdly long backlog” that exists “because of annual limits that are out of sync with demand.” [Read More]