According to a new study more Mexicans are leaving the U.S. to return home than arrive here, ending the largest wave of immigration in modern American history. The Pew Research Center found that more Mexicans have been leaving America to return to their home country in recent years than arriving here. It based the study on an analysis of U.S. and Mexican government data.
Mexican migration numbers have been falling for some time. But the Pew figures released Thursday suggest that the surge in legal and illegal Mexican immigration that helped transform America—and remains a contentious issue on the presidential campaign trail—may have peaked for good.
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