Migration Information Source
Chile's immigrant population has more than quadrupled since the country emerged from dictatorship in the early 1990s. As immigration has grown and moved away from its European roots to become more diverse, it has emerged as a hot-button political issue, complicating longstanding efforts to reform the country's 1975 immigration law. This article explores Chile's shift to the right on immigration, and how policies might evolve under the presidency of conservative Sebastián Piñera.
Como citar: Doña-Reveco, C. (2018). Amid Record Numbers of Arrivals, Chile Turns Rightward on Immigration. Migration Information Source. https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/amid-record-numbers-arrivals-chile-turns-rightward-immigration