The indirect fiscal benefits of low-skilled immigration

The indirect fiscal great things about low-skilled immigration

You will find a widespread perception that low-skilled immigration is a fiscal burden for society. This column incorporates indirect fiscal ramifications of immigration that arise generally equilibrium into various models which were emphasised in the empirical immigration literature. It finds that the indirect fiscal effect is actually positive, with one low-skilled immigrant in america adding between $700 to $2,100 to the general public finances through this channel every year.