9 min read.Updated: 16 Feb 2021, 12:02 PM ISTAlicia A. Caldwell, The Wall Street Journal
Visa restrictions last year were partly intended to keep more jobs open for Americans as unemployment surged
The U.S. closed the door to nearly all incoming foreign workers last year. The causes were Covid-19 restrictions that locked global borders and Trump administration policies that drastically reduced work visas, with the exception of farmworkers. The effect was an unexpected experiment in one of the country’s most hotly debated issues—the relationship between the labor market and immigration.
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