Immigration reform has long been a topic of interest to business owners.
From its impact on employees, to the reduced burdens of document compliance, to potential economic stimulation, the tentacles of such legislation would undoubtedly touch the business sector.
Questions as to how it would be positive or negative — and to what extent — are in closer reach.
After years of discussion and debate, reform has taken its first steps with President Obama’s immigration accountability executive action. As the nation watches to see how these reforms will translate into government actions, and whether Congress will be successful in stymying their implementation, these plans offer the potential to improve upon our business community.