Many supporters of President Trump said in interviews that he had succeeded on issues that matter to them. And they dismissed as unimportant the behavior that critics say makes him unfit for office.
As the pandemic destroys paychecks, migrant workers are sending less money home, threatening an increase in poverty from South Asia and sub-Saharan Africa to Eastern Europe and Latin America.
Nearly 70 percent of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services employees will be furloughed because the immigration processing fees that fund the agency have plummeted.
As the coronavirus drastically reorders society and economies, more Italians are returning to the agricultural jobs of their grandparents.
An estimated 150,000 people will qualify for $75 million in state taxpayer aid. Undocumented immigrants do not qualify for most federal assistance.
After pledging on Twitter to end immigration during the pandemic, President Trump moved to block new green cards but stopped short of ending all work visas.
Immigrants are critical to expanding the United States’ labor pool. Mick Mulvaney acknowledged that, even if President Trump’s policies do not.
The number of unauthorized residents in the United States is down to its lowest point in more than 15 years. Mexicans, Poles and South Koreans are all among those leaving.
Business groups denounced the plan, warning of looming labor shortages at a time of nearly full employment.