Immigration policy is often an issue of how much a country wants to help immigrants in need and how much it is willing to take on the cost of their migration to a new country.
In a world that is often so fragmented, and where people often choose to move in a particular direction for a few years, policy decisions can be driven by the cost and benefit of migration.
Here’s a look at what the data show about the impact of migration on the U.S. economy.
Immigration hurts the economy Immigration is a big issue for the United States.
Between 2012 and 2015, the country lost an estimated $12 trillion to economic losses due to immigration, according to a 2015 study by the Economic Policy Institute (EPI).
That’s more than the economic loss from any other sector.
But it’s a small portion of the overall loss.
According to the most recent numbers from the Pew Research Center, immigrants account for less than 1% of the U