Assesses the effects of a legalization program for unauthorized immigrants on the labor market, tax revenues, and public assistance programs. Estimates immigrants' economic mobility by visa status and skill level as well as eligibility for benefits.
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Title: Immigrant Legalization: Assessing the Labor Market Effects
Publication date 2010-04-06
Publication Year 2010
Joseph M. Hayes
, Laura E. Hill
, Magnus Lofstrom
Public Policy Institute of California
North America / United States
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