While undocumented immigrants pour across the U.S. Southern boarder, many very educated and talented foreign workers, some already employed in the U.S., are being turned away because of a low cap on H1B visas and restrictions on green cards. With a major shortage of STEM graduates in the and tens of thousands of unfilled tech jobs in the U.S., public policy needs to do more to keep its talent here in the U.S.

By recognizing how immigration drives both innovation and entrepreneurship, it becomes clear that immigration restrictions cause direct consumer harm by limiting access to groundbreaking technologies and products. To learn more, see this commentary in Real Clear Policy.