The American Competitive Advantage

Improving future immigration avenues for a more prosperous U.S. economy

Increasing Future Immigration Grows the U.S.' Competitive Advantage

The U.S. needs to increase the number of immigrants entering our country each year substantially to grow its competitive advantage and expand our future workforce. Without boosting legal immigration significantly now, the U.S. will sacrifice its position as the world’s largest economy and leave the reserves of vital programs—like Social Security—depleted.

Making America More Competitive with Commonsense Legislation

Many legislative tools are at Congress’ disposal to make America more globally competitive through increased immigration, from new legal avenues to modernizing those already in place.

Policy Analysis

7 Starting Points for Congress to Expand Future Immigration Press Release

New Report: Increasing Immigration is Vital to the U.S.’ Continued Global Economic Leadership


What America Would Look Like with Zero Immigration


Reducing immigration means a smaller, poorer, and weaker America