Denial Of Immigrants In California

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However, the benefits that this brings to Claifornia and overall, the nation, substanttially outweigh the negative effects of such acts. In face, the denial of immigrants proved to the most unfortunate in 2010 when "the H=1B visa denials cost U. S.-born tech workers as many as 28,234 additional jobs and as much as $2,747,775,000 in missed wages" proving that not only does California have the power to advance even further economically with their large borders easily accessible for immigrants but maliciously affected the economy of California which, in the grand scheme of things, affects the country's economy.
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