Three Southern and Republican Senators introduced legislation that reduces the overall immigration levels to limit low-skilled workers from entering a country.
RAISE ACT: The act replaces the current employment visa framework. This act is wants those immigrants of the USA to be bilingual, educated, skills, show any record of achievement or entrepreneurial initiative.
SENATOR TOM COTTON: Cotton, from Arkansas, is one the three Senators to introduce this bill. He stated, “For decades, our immigration system has been completely divorced from the needs of our country and has harmed the livelihoods of working-class Americans.”
SENATOR JOSH HAWLEY: Hawley, from Montana says, “With the RAISE Act, the United States can finally end chain migration and move to a merit-based system.”
DAVID PERDUE: Perdue from Georgia who has introduced the bill in last Congress. He stated, “Our current immigration system is broken and is not meeting the needs of our growing economy,”
“If we want to continue to be the global economic leader, we have to welcome the best and brightest from around the world who wish to come to the United States legally to work and make a better life for themselves,” Perdue added.
RAISE ACT: This law would limit the number of refugees offered permanent U.S. residency to 50,000 per year.
CONCLUSION: Senators Cotton, Hawley, and Perdue have introduced legislation that would limit the amount of visas to be given to migrants to live here since illegal migration has surged more than ever before.
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