A proposal for The Freedom of Migration Act is presented here for public scrutiny. Please do not take even one word at face value; examine my facts and logic. Challenge me, have fun.

Henryk A. Kowalczyk

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Video Presentation of the FMA

Some viewers of this video complained that…
with parallel slides and narration the pace is too fast to follow.
I could redo this video, making it twice as long; then, likely fewer
viewers would have time and patience to watch it. I took a lazy
approach; if you find this video intriguing, but missed something
viewing it the first time, you can always watch the video again.
My apologies. HAK

“Why do we have such a big immigration mess?” The lecture at the Heartland Institute.

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Benefits we will have

  • With free market regulating the inflow of foreigners, only the most entrepreneurial, talented, and hard working would stay to become citizens.

  • Americans will be less able to live by cutting coupons from the heritage of previous generations. Stipulated by competition from foreigners, they would enrich themselves and the nation.

  • It would be in the best economic interest of every honest American and foreigner to obey the immigration law.

  • No expensive border protection needed; resulting in budget savings.

  • Government administration managing immigration can be much smaller; resulting in budget savings.

  • With simplified procedures, most immigration cases would require no lawyer; immigrants would have more money to assimilate faster.

  • With less work in immigration, many immigration lawyers would move their practice to other areas. With a surplus of lawyers, prices for lawyers services would go down, benefiting all Americans.

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