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For the first time in years, American politicians are seriously engaged in a constructive debate about immigration reform which will affect not only the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants already in the country, but also the millions more who have applied or will apply for visas authorizing entry into the United States. The discussion currently being had in Washington is long overdue, given the current immigration system’s crippling effect on the American economy and the country’s ability to compete in the globalized marketplace. Included in this discussion are changes to the employment-based immigration system, which serves as the gateway to permanent residence in the United States for countless immigrants. This article will examine several proposals to reform the employment-based immigration system and the benefits and difficulties associated with their implementation.

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