In a country where 11 mil­lion people live without papers, cut­ting 50,000 more visas without improving legal immi­gra­tion flows will do nothing to fix the greater system, according to Rachel Rosen­bloom, an asso­ciate pro­fessor of law at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity School of Law.

We have mil­lions of people in this country who have been here for many years, working here, raising kids here, living in the shadows because of the inad­e­quacy of our immi­gra­tion system,” she said. “We cer­tainly need high-​​tech workers, but we also need farm workers, people who con­tribute to this country.”

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