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This paper investigates the relationship between the immigrant population and the unemployment rate in the United States for the period 1980-2013. For this purpose, firstly, coefficients of long and short run relations are estimated by using Autoregressive Distributed Lag (ARDL) method and then, linear and nonlinear causality tests are applied. Findings/Originality: According to ARDL test results, there is a positive effect of immigration to the United States on the unemployment rate in thedoi:10.20885/ejem.vol12.iss1.art2 fatcat:z7scatgtq5adhlz5lxxv2onp6q