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Bob Lorinser is a strong advocate for immigration reform and border security measures that include a path to citizenship. The issue of border problems has persisted for many years.

A successful immigration policy is essential for economic growth and resolving labor market issues. Legal immigration benefits government revenue and allows the United States to lead the world with compassion and empathy for those in need.

While building a wall along the southern border and effectively monitoring it may help reduce illegal immigration, it cannot entirely eliminate it. Walls cannot prevent people from overstaying their visas or being smuggled in through other means. History has shown that undocumented workers and migrants will find alternative ways to breach the border, such as tunneling under a wall.

As long as the United States offers more opportunities and fewer perceived dangers than their home countries, illegal immigration is likely to persist.

Bob Lorinser supports immigration policies that prioritize the reunification of families, admitting immigrants with valuable skills to contribute to the U.S. economy, protecting refugees, and promoting diversity.

He believes in an immigration system that meets the needs of the country while also improving from within. This includes supporting an asylum and refugee program that demonstrates the United States' compassion and leadership in humanitarian aid. Additionally, he supports a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants and long-term residents.

A well-designed policy should address potential consequences such as a potential fall in real wages, concerns about native workers losing jobs, overpopulation, social disharmony, and strains on public services like healthcare and education.

Ultimately, a successful immigration policy benefits all parties involved. Workers often migrate temporarily, send remittances back home, and return with valuable skills and experience, elevating their home country's status and inspiring others in their society to strive for success.

The benefits of a successful immigration policy for the US are numerous. It leads to increased economic growth, resolves labor market challenges by filling skilled job shortages and attracting entrepreneurs and skilled workers who improve the quality of life in the US and worldwide. It also provides a net benefit to revenues and enriches our multicultural society.

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