Immigration Innovation (I-Squared) Act of 2015 is a Strong, Bipartisan Effort to Create American JobsShare on Twitter Share on Facebook
Today, we're glad to see a strong bipartisan effort in the U.S. Senate to introduce a commonsense high-skilled immigration bill that would make it easier for the best and the brightest STEM students who've gone to school here to contribute more fully to our communities and our economy. We are a nation of immigrants, but we no longer have a system of laws that make sense for our economy and for our families. The introduction of this bill is a key step to ensure that we can continue to lead the world in innovation: simply put, our nation is not living up to its potential, and we are missing out on economic growth and the creation of American jobs until we make it easier for the best and brightest to stay here and contribute.
This is not the comprehensive solution to fixing our broken immigration system that we at FWD.us are fighting for every day, but its introduction is an important step in the right direction, and we applaud the Senators supporting this bill on both sides of the aisle for seeking a legislative path forward.