Census Data Suggests Need to Increase US Immigration

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The United States received a warning with the 2020 Census showing that America is on a path to slow population growth. Economists across the board agree that the economy is fueled by population growth in wealthy countries. Between 2010 and 2020, the population only had an increase of 7.4 percent, reaching 331.5 million people, making it the lowest rate since the 1930s. 

Unless current trends change, the population could continue to decline significantly over the next 20 to 30 years with the growth numbers reaching only 78 million by 2060. Some parts of the US are already seeing the effects of population slowdown or even decline. Immigration to the United States, which has always insulated the country from population decline, is going to be needed more now than ever. 

Over the next ten years, US immigration will be the primary driver of population growth for the first time ever in the United States history. If you are considering relocating to the US for a good opportunity, contact GCLExperts. Their team will walk you through the stages of immigration and help you apply for the Green Card Lottery. Contact them today!

It is uncertain how much US immigration will be needed to increase population growth and if the government can overcome political differences to make it as effective as needed. A senior policy and advocacy associate said, “Immigration is one of the most feasible and rational ways to help respond to this challenge and we know that it will have a really significant impact.” Contact GCLExperts today to begin the immigration process for you and your family.

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