Immigration laws exist to protect the social, economic and security interests of the people of the United States. In the realm of economic security – the issue that is indisputably at the top of the American public’s list of concerns – they serve to protect American workers at all skill levels from corporations that profit off of cheap labor,” says FAIR President Dan Stein in an op-ed.

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Those who care about immigration know that what is at stake is nothing less than the continued existence of a viable middle class in the United States. Over the past 40 years, American business has outsourced jobs that can be done by lower wage workers in other countries.

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