America Needs a New, Effective Immigration Policy
REAL reform can be achieved if we address our country’s flawed immigrant tax policies. The origin of this nation’s largest source of continuing potential tax fraud is tax policies built into our Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) system, costing American taxpayers $6 billion in 2015 and is closer to $10 billion today. Our model eliminates this problem.
We have an unauthorized immigrant population the size of some nations, with many having lived here for decades — and with families. Many of them would like to visit home but our border security restrictions necessitate they stay here, and some start second families, creating additional problems. Additionally, many immigrants don’t come here seeking citizenship and retirement benefits, as is verified by former Mexican president, Felipe Calderon.
Nearly half of our unauthorized immigrants work in the cash economy and any attempt to have them pay income taxes has been futile; therefore, if mass-citizenship is encouraged, little will change. We will still have crowded ER rooms, underfunded schools, competition for some jobs, and law enforcement concerns.
Our policy for immigration reform answers many questions that have plagued attempts at resolving immigration issues.
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