Martin Meraz Garcia
This paper will focus on the economic impact that immigrants from Mexico, documented and undocumented, have on the United States economy. In this study, I use peer reviewed sources to show how much immigrants contribute to the economy; with how much they pay in taxes and the wages they earn as they toiled in their respective jobs. Additionally, this study explores the impact Mexican immigrants have on the unemployment rate of native born Americans as well as the U.S. national debt. This study also looks at the impact of undocumented immigration, and the cost/contributions to the US tax payers. Finally, this study assesses the costs to the United States tax payers of engaging in massive deportations of the undocumented immigrants as suggested by Republican candidate Donald Trump.
Schulz, Austin, "The Economy and Mexican Immigrants" (2016). 2016 Symposium. 11.
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