The DACA amnesty President Donald Trump offered as a compromise to the Democrats could allow for anywhere between 2 Million to 4 Million migrants to enter US through chain migration.
Mexican nationals make up about 80 percent of the DACA illegal population, while Central American nationals from El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras make up an additional roughly ten percent.
According to Princeton University researchers Stacie Carr and Marta Tienda, the average number of family members brought to the U.S. by newly naturalized Mexican immigrants stands at roughly six.
This is a foreign-born population — solely triggered from a DACA amnesty — that has the potential to exceed the populations of Oklahoma, Mississippi, New Mexico, Idaho, and Maine. If the chain migration flow from such a plan reached four million, it would be seven times the population of Wyoming.
Those two to four million chain migrants would also be allowed to bring in their foreign relatives once they become naturalized citizens.
It is important to keep in mind that these figures only are valid if Trump doesn’t end chain migration. If Chain Migration is ended then only those who are under the DACA program can remain eligible. Chain Migration ensures that America is not getting the best immigrants but rather those who have some connection to a Naturalized Citizen. Chain migration is not the biggest problem surrounding the DACA amnesty, however. Many aliens would likely make a rush to America trying to get under the DACA Amnesty which could lead to even more getting legalized. That would also make the Chain Migration numbers bigger.
We covered this story months ago but it was only 2 Million at that time: