New NAFTA and Mexico-U.S. Migration: The 2004 Policy Options
The number of Mexican-born U.S. residents is rising faster than ever before, by perhaps 500,000 a year. The U.S. is discussing three major policies to better manage Mexico-U.S. migration—guest workers, legalization and earned legalization—until the faster economic and job growth envisioned by NAFTA reduces emigration pressures.
immigration, Mexico, labor, NAFTA, trade, legalization
Martin, Phillip. "New NAFTA and Mexico-U.S. Migration: The 2004 Policy Options."
ARE Update 8(2)(2004):1-4. University of California Giannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.