New Book Highlights Complexity of US Immigration Laws

Nothing belies the myth that it’s “easy” for U.S. employers to hire foreign nationals and immigrants better than a new book produced by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Business Immigration Law & Practice, by Daryl Buffenstein and Bo Cooper, both partners at Berry Appleman & Leiden, spends over 2,000 pages explaining the complexities of immigration law – and that’s just to other lawyers.

This excerpt is from an interesting Forbes blog post and you can find the rest of the story here. 

If it takes about 3,000 pages of reading for an attorney to (hopefully) understand US immigration law, how can the average business owner be expected to understand it?  Furthermore, how many business owners can afford to hire a full-time attorney to understand it for them?

As we've stated before, US immigration laws are anti-business, anti-capitalist and anti-American.

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