Monday, October 8, 2018

Study: Trump’s ‘America First’ Immigration Plan Would Stabilize U.S. Population Growth

David Goldman/Associated Press
President Trump’s “America First” immigration plan – which cuts legal immigration levels in half and mandates E-Verify to stop illegal immigration – would stabilize the United States’ unprecedented population growth.
Research by NumbersUSA reveals how if mass legal immigration continues — where the U.S. admits more than 1.5 million immigrants every year — the country’s population will hit an unprecedented 404 million residents by 2060.
The current legal immigration system would be responsible for importing 75 million new immigrants in the next four decades.
The Trump-endorsed RAISE Act by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) and Sen. David Perdue (R-GA) would stabilize the U.S. population, though, by reducing legal immigration levels to about 500,000 admissions a year and mandating E-Verify, which ensures that U.S. jobs are not going to illegal aliens.
Read the rest from John Binder HERE.

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