Which presidential candidate can fix the immigration system?

March 9, 2016 Patty Johnson-Vazquez

In the Envoy Immigration Trends 2016 survey, a majority of employers acknowledged that the U.S. immigration system is broken. We asked them to identify which presidential candidate was best suited to reform the current immigration system. The results were split:

27% – Hillary Clinton
24% – Donald Trump
16% – Bernie Sanders
10% – Marco Rubio
5% – Ben Carson
4% – Jeb Bush

To get a better picture of how the candidates’ stances compare, we chose the five current frontrunners and compiled what they have to say about employment-based immigration — then, we asked an Envoy-affiliated attorney to provide his thoughts on their plans.

See where the candidates stand.

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