Analysis: Immigration impact of a U.S. withdrawal from NAFTA

26 Apr 17

UNITED STATES

President Donald Trump is reportedly considering notifying Canada and Mexico that he intends to withdraw the U.S. from the North American Free Trade Agreement. Though the treaty is primarily a trade agreement, it contains numerous immigration provisions and a U.S. withdrawal would potentially affect hundreds of thousands of workers admitted under these provisions.

BAL’s Government Affairs team has prepared an analysis of the immigration consequences for multinational companies and foreign high-skilled workers should the U.S. withdraw from NAFTA.
Read the full analysis here.

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