Whatever you think about the immigration policy in the United States, there is clearly the law and then there is reality. The question is: Can the U.S. economy really function without undocumented workers?
A new study highlights the jarring transition that young immigrants face as they enter adulthood and are forced to cope with their unauthorized status.
Former Federal Reserve chairman, Alan Greenspan, has lashed out at America's younger workforce, saying they don't match up to the 'baby boom' generation.
The “New American” Fortune 500 report explores the impact that immigrants have on our national economic development. The report includes the latest research on the business contributions immigrants have made throughout all sectors of the economy.
With Georgia’s restrictive immigration law set to kick in, Gov. Nathan Deal Tuesday is sending convicted criminals to fill farm jobs vacated by undocumented immigrants fleeing the state.
Highly skilled temporary and permanent immigrants in the United States now outnumber lower-skilled ones, marking a dramatic shift in the foreign-born workforce that could have profound political and economic implications in the national debate over immigration.