A new report reveals the power of immigrant-owned businesses
A new Fiscal Policy Institute report makes the economic case in favor of legalizing undocumented immigrants.
Immigrants are a major force in New York’s economy. Meet some of the business owners and workers that contribute to the city’s economic vitality.
Instead of focusing on H-1B visas for international workers, we should train the DREAM Act eligible youth here in the U.S. for skilled manufacturing jobs.
Immigrant-owned food businesses play an important role in the NYC’s economy. The first City-sponsored food expo aimed to connect food entrepreneurs to the rest of the food business chain.
Business leaders say that immigrants are vital to the nation’s economic recovery and are calling states like Utah “improbable laboratories of immigration policy.”
A new report finds that immigrants outpaced native-born Americans in starting new businesses last year.
New York’s Mayor promised in his State of the City address to create a new program to help immigrant entrepreneurs open small businesses. The program’s details are still being worked out.
Under the Department of Labor’s new rules, many employers will be required to increase pay for their workers who are in the U.S. on H-2B visas. But there’s disagreement over whether that’s a good idea.
New Yorkers take a centrist position on immigration reform.