Victor Parra, a migrant farmworker from Mexico, harvests tobacco grown by Tucker Farms in Finchville, Kentucky, in early September Nonimmigrants in rich countries fear that their wages will be affected by cheaper immigrant labor, and politicians fuel these fears for political gain. Furthermore, immigrants are catalysts for innovation , resulting in more patents per capita, according to the same study.
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