The Quest for an Enforceable Immigration Policy
Briggs, Vernon M. Jr
[Excerpt] The central point of concern for the nation and its economic policy makers at this juncture is the recognition that there is a prima facie case that the existing immigration statutes of the United States are totally unenforceable. A comprehensive reform of the system is imperative.
immigration; illegal aliens; United States; public policy; Immigration and Naturalization Service; labor supply; workforce
Required Publisher Statement: Copyright by Redgrave Publishing. Final version published as: Briggs, V. M. Jr. (1979). The quest for an enforceable immigration policy. Thrust, 1, 385-400.