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 The Hamilton Project released an immigration report this month titled “A dozen facts about immigration”.

The report provides a set of economic facts about the role of immigration in the U.S. economy, describing the patterns of recent immigration (levels, legal status, country of origin, and U.S. state of residence), the characteristics of immigrants (education, occupations, and employment), and the effects of immigration on the economy (economic output, wages, innovation, fiscal resources, and crime).

The basic facts provided by the report suggest that immigrants are taking on a larger role in the U.S. economy. 

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