July 1, 2013. The Business Review interviews David Dyssegaard Kallick of FPI about the likely economic effects of immigration reform.

To me, it is obvious that reform would be good for the economy, for the same reasons that having a broken immigration system is bad for the economy. If everyone living in the U.S. had legal status it would mean more people paying taxes, more people getting services, more people paying into, and covered by, social insurance programs.