For all of you watching the World Cup, you know the U.S. national soccer team won it’s first game against Ghana on Monday. But what you might not know is that without Immigration, half of the U.S. World Cup soccer team would disappear.
As Jorge Rivas with Fusion writes,
For a country where immigration reform is a such a hot button issue, it’s interesting to note that more than half of the team was born outside the U.S. or have parents who are immigrants.
Take a look at which players disappear when you remove the immigrants and children of immigrants. And be sure to read more about the U.S. national soccer team here.