Immigration library item detail
|Title||State and Local Fiscal Effects of Immigration|
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|Description||Differences in state taxes paid and benefits received for immigrants and native-born Americans are driven by differences in demographic characteristics. Spending on immigrants is somewhat greater primarily because they have more school age children. Fiscal impacts also vary by state. This brief presents results across states.|
|Filed in||Immigration > Economy and workforce|
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