NumbersUSA Vows To Continue Pushing For The Reduction of Immigrants To the United States

“If this continues, our families stand a chance of losing many things including their jobs, access to life’s necessities such as the quality that life needs to bring, and individual freedoms,” says NumbersUSA on its website regarding its continued mission to oppose immigration into the US. Regarding other important matters, NumbersUSA, which h was formed by Roy Beck argues that the continued influx of people from other countries to the United States makes it possible for the country’s population to go beyond its GDP, enlarge the labor force as well as government costs.

Through its civil forums: NumbersUSA Action and NumbersUSA Education and Research Foundation, it enlightens the public, leaders, and policymakers on dangers posed by high immigration numbers on environmental, economic, and American Quality of Life.

Although it started small, NumbersUSA has now grown to accommodate a staggering number of up to 5 million people. With its headquarters in Arlington, Virginia, the Roy Beck group says it will not be intimidated by anyone or anything in seeking justice to the vulnerable Americans. Each year, NumbersUSA spends a staggering amount of money in its quest to champion for what the firm believes to be the freedom and liberation of the American people. In 2015 alone, NumbersUSA said on its website that it used a whopping $510,000 to challenge the various court cases, some of which the group was the petitioner.

For the years the non-profit organization has been in operation, it has been known to be pro-immigration. Although that is true, Roy Beck, the president, leader, and founder of the group says their aim is to pile pressure on policymakers to continue reducing the number of people coming to the United States each year for the purpose of eventual stay. NumbersUSA says it has no problem to immigrants who would want to live and work in the US as long as they possess extraordinary skills. Others the group says it does not have a problem working or living in the US permanently members of nuclear families already living in the United States but they must have a clear proof of the same. Visit this page for related information.

 

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