Maryland Commission Report on Common Sense Immigration Policy

The Commission to Study the Impact of Immigrants in Maryland, a state panel coordinated by the University of Maryland, evaluated the economic contributions of the state’s foreign-born and the cost of government services for them. It also studied the education experience of the children of immigrants, immigration law enforcement issues facing local communities, and the use of the federal E-Verify system to verify workers’ immigration status.

The panel’s final report, The Impact of Immigrants in Maryland, urges legislators to take a closer look at immigration policy, as immigrants have made considerable contributions to Maryland’s leading industries in the information, science, and medical fields.

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