Immigration Fact of the Week Oct. 11

Immigration ReformQuestion:

Do most immigrant families live in poverty?

Answer: Actually, the number of immigrant families in poverty isn’t more or less than the national average.

In fact, U.S.-born children of immigrants are less likely to be living in poverty than the average American. 11 percent of them are in poverty, a figure which is well below the 13 percent national average.

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