Immigration: Key To The Future
- Scott Fein, Esq.
Contents at a Glance
Overview: What Immigrants Contribute / Recurring Immigration Myths and the Facts That Disprove Them / New York State’s Immigration Policy: A Perspective / Farmers Sponsoring Refugees / Immigration Inclusion Framework: Achieving the Promise of Immigrant Diversity / A Better Conversation on Immigration / State Refugee Policies: A Reflection on National Discourses on Immigration / Welcoming Asylum-Seekers as Community / The Business Perspective / Economic and Social Benefits of Immigrant Integration in Upstate New York / Licenses for Undocumented Drivers and the Revitalization of Rural Communities / Immigration as an Economic Development Tool in Rural New York / More…
Do refugees contribute to a community's vitality, or are they a drain on a community's safety net resources? Until now there was no comprehensive effort by which to judge the impact of immigrants on Upstate New York, but now there is: Immigration: Key to the Future — The Benefits of Resettlement to Upstate New York examines how refugees contribute to and even rejuvenate their communities by offsetting demographic and economic decline through paying taxes, rebuilding housing stock, opening new businesses, and taking unfilled jobs.
This book is the result of the combined efforts of the Rockefeller Institute of Government at the State University of New York, the Government Law Center at Albany Law School, and the New York State Bar Association, which invited 30 authorities to explore the issue. Drawn from academia, the business community, and service organizations, and largely using demographic and statistical analysis, the contributors put forward strategies for successful resettlement of refugees.
Immigration: Key to the Future stands as a major statement on the contributions made by refugees to their adopted communities in the United States. It demolishes old myths and replaces them with an array of facts that are compelling, persuasive, and overwhelmingly positive.
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- October 4, 2021
- 446 pages