"One wonders how the US has an immigration system dominated by quotas,
which also micromanages the employer and foreign national worker, when
it espouses free market capitalism. Such a system is more reminiscent of
one that could have been designed by communist apparatchiks in the former Soviet Union.
In order to unleash economic growth, it is essential to allow foreign
nationals easy access into the US so that they can implement their
ideas, create companies and employ more Americans. In a recessionary
economy, we need more entrepreneurs to set up businesses and create
jobs, and immigrants may have a greater propensity to engage in
entrepreneurial activities." - Cyrus D. Mehta, May 25, 2012.