President Donald Trump’s March 2017 revised executive order on immigration differs little from his first in January 2017. Both attempt to temporarily halt migrants’ and refugees’ entrance into the United States from several Muslim-majority countries, and both seek to steeply cut the number of refugees admitted into the country. But according to advocates Khalid Koser and Ratna Omidvar, though the safety of Americans is the directive’s primary stated goal, it could harm the nation’s economy. They make a strong case for well-managed migration. While always politically neutral, getAbstract recommends this brief note to business executives for its relevant and cogent arguments.
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- What risks the Trump administration’s anti-immigration policies pose to the United States’ long-term economic welfare and
- What economic benefits migrants contribute globally.
About the Author
Khalid Koser is the executive director of the Global Community Engagement and Resilience Fund. Ratna Omidvar is Canada’s senator from Ontario.
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