When it comes to population growth, how much do you know?
Share This article Share The US population grew at a rate of 2.9% in 2015, and in 2018, that rate will continue to rise.
That means there will be an increase in the total number of people living in the US.
That is the expected result of President Donald Trump’s plan to make the country more inclusive, and it is a key component of his proposed border wall with Mexico.
This is the biggest change to immigration policy since 1965, when President Lyndon Johnson’s “One America” policy introduced quotas that would restrict immigration.
The new plan would make it easier for undocumented immigrants to receive a work permit.
This would allow them to enter the US legally, and to work.
Trump’s announcement on Wednesday also aims to make it possible for undocumented migrants to apply for work permits, which would help them stay in the country longer.
There are currently 2.7 million undocumented immigrants in the United States, and they have the most to lose by leaving.
The White House expects to double the number of those who have received a work-permits application in the coming year.
The administration also says it wants to make a concerted effort to increase the number and quality of work visas available.
But immigration reform isn’t a partisan issue.
It is a bipartisan issue.
For example, Senator Bernie Sanders, who caucuses with Democrats, has called on the administration to open the door to a pathway to citizenship for undocumented workers.
Another example is Representative Barbara Lee, who is also a Democrat and the daughter of a Chinese immigrant, who has said the US should end its policies of mass deportation of undocumented immigrants.
In an interview with the New York Times on Wednesday, Lee said: “I’m a progressive who believes in immigration reform and I think we need to make sure we have the political will to do it.”
She said the issue should not be about party lines, but about the “common good”.
“The country is very divided on this issue,” Lee said.
Lee has introduced legislation in the House and Senate to address the issue of undocumented immigration.
Trump’s announcement follows months of criticism of the Trump administration’s immigration policy.
The US Senate has passed a measure calling for a border wall between the US and Mexico.
Meanwhile, a bipartisan group of lawmakers, including Senator Chuck Schumer, has introduced a bill to end mass deportations and expand legal immigration.