Now I Get It: “Chain migration” explained

As the Senate starts to debate immigration, two words gaining a lot of traction are “chain migration.” Also known as “family reunification,” the process through which immigrants can bring relatives to the U.S., is something the Trump administration is looking to nullify. But what is “chain migration,” and is it true that it allows immigrants to bring “virtually unlimited numbers of distant relatives” into the country?

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