The US economy depends on immigrants who fill necessary positions that help boost many industries. Trump's extended halt on immigration could have negative consequences for Americans.
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On Monday, President Donald Trump extended a freeze on immigration visas.

Trump cited the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic for the move, saying that jobs should be reserved for Americans.

The decision is in line with the Trump administration's broader efforts to limit immigration and plays on rhetoric that immigrants steal jobs.

Data has shown, however, that immigrants help create jobs and normally work in positions that complement the work of Americans.


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