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Greg Siskind on Immigration Law and Policy

IRELAND'S DIFFERENT TAKE ON IMMIGRATION

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Ireland was never known for its diversity, yet it seems to have a better handle on absorbing an immigrant population that is proportionately more than the US in a land area that is smaller than the typical small US state. I particularly like the idea of a Minister for Integration.



The Irish seem to understand that the greying of the population in Europe could be a disaster for many countries as the younger population reaches a point where it can no longer sustain retirees at a standard of living that is acceptable. The US has the same problem and experts like former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan are sounding alarm bells that we're in for the same fate if we don't bring in immigrant workers at a large enough clip to retiring workers.

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  1. Another Voice's Avatar
    I guess the US feels like that nice savings account of over $100 billion in un-match ss contributions is good enough for a while and does not need to do anything in the immigration arena. Now with the no match rule I imagine those funds will flow at a portion of the usual $7 billion per year. May be once they run out immigration will be important for our government.
  2. Turloc Singh's Avatar

    Ireland is feeling the pain of an open door welcome mat policy.
    Sikhs have taken other countries to court.Quite a few have bent their rules and the joke is plain to see. Is it to late to close and block this door?

    http://irelandworld.blogspot.com

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