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<p>Research on the impact of migration on workers' wages in destination areas has long been debated in the literature. However, studies that link migration to wage rates in different percentiles along the distribution have not been widely implemented, as migration does not have the same impact on wage levels in all groups of workers. By establishing a counterfactual using the semi-parametric DFL method of National Labor Force Survey data, this study found that migration promotes changes in thedoi:10.47312/aefr.v3i02.202 fatcat:wziipcwmbbaytkpitsg6mrxg5i