Arizona economy would lose $49 Billion if all undocumented left

March 25, 2011 § 1 Comment

A mass departure of the undocumented foreigners would eliminate 581,000 jobs in Arizona and tax receipts would drop by 10%, according to the report by the Center for American Progress and the Immigration Policy Center. Meanwhile, the report also analyzed the economic impact that the legalization of undocumented people living in Arizona would have, based on the results of the federal amnesty of 1986. In this case, the number of jobs would rise by 7.7%, creating 261,000 new employment positions, and $5.6 billion would be injected into the economy in wages and salaries. In addition, state tax revenues would also rise by $1.07 billion. (fox)

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