Doctors with Borders: Embracing the Potential of Immigrant Doctors

Featuring Cato Institute

Becoming a doctor anywhere in the world takes a tremendous effort and years of preparation. It is one of the most demanding and competitive job fields in the U.S. As challenging as it is for native‐​born Americans to practice medicine, the path to becoming a doctor as an immigrant, even for seasoned medical professionals in their home country, is far more strenuous.

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Doctors with Borders: Embracing the Potential of Immigrant Doctors

Featuring Paul J. Larkin, Jr., JD, Senior Legal Research Fellow, Meese Center for Legal and Judicial Studies, Heritage Foundation; Maqbool Halepota, MD, FACP, CPE, (@maqhalepota), Medical Director/​Managing Partner, Palo Verde Cancer Center; Alex Nowrasteh, MS (@AlexNowrasteh), Director of Immigration Studies, Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Cato Institute; moderated by Jeffrey A. Singer, MD, FACS (@dr4liberty), Senior Fellow, Cato Institute.

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