New Report Finds U.S. Immigration System Prevents the Entry of Needed Doctors, Nurses and Other Medical Professionals

A new report by the National Foundation for American Policy finds that the U.S. immigration system systematically prevents entry of needed doctors, nurses and other medical professionals in to the United States.   The new health care law and  the aging U.S. Population will require many more medical professionals, especially in undeserved rural and urban areas.  Read more of the report on NFAPs website.

– Established in the Fall 2003, the National Foundation for American Policy (NFAP) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, non-partisan public policy research organization based in Arlington, Virginia focusing on trade, immigration and related issues.

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