12. Immigration Limits

As a general rule, total permanent immigration numbers into the United States from all countries by people of child-bearing age or younger should be limited to an average of about one-tenth of one percent of the population per year. This amounts to just over 300,000 permanent immigrants per year or almost 1,000 people per day.

In addition, a limit of two times this amount should be set for people who are no longer capable of reproduction or who have promised not to reproduce.

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