Gang of Eight Insists New Immigration Reform Bill Will Not Increase the Nation's Deficit

One of the most controversial aspects of the proposed immigration reform bill is that, according to reports, the bill could end up costing taxpayers around $124 billion dollars a year, $6.3 trillion dollars over the next 50 years. The massive cost is predicted to come from the difference between what newly legalized immigrants would pay in taxes and what they would claim in benefits. The "Gang of Eight," (the bipartisan authors of the current immigration reform bill that was recently sent to the Senate floor for approval, insist that their immigration reform bill will not increase the nation's deficit. They are, in fact, anticipating that the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) will release an estimate in the next few weeks which will coincide with their expectations. The lead sponsor of the bill, Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.), stated their intention remains to have the bill pay for itself over the years, through the use of a trust fund, rather than force taxpayers to incur any of the implementation or operation expenses.

There are various facets, and numerous procedures within the current immigration system. With the implementation of a new immigration reform bill, there are bound to be many more. Due to this fact, it is vital that you consult with a skilled immigration lawyer at The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. if you need to obtain a visa, apply for a green card, or to get legal help with your deportation/removal defense or any other immigration-related matter. Our firm has spent the last 25 years helping people resolve all their immigration legal matters. We know the complexities that are built into the immigration system. We also know how important it is for our clients to be able to navigate through the system successfully to obtain legal status and thus be able to work in the USA, join their family, and become legal citizens with all of the rights enjoyed by Americans.

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