Census Bureau Confirms Noncitizens To Be Hired For 2020 After Uncertainty

October 25, 2019 - 5:01am EDT
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The federal government plans to hire eligible noncitizens as census translators and door knockers if it can't recruit U.S. citizens with needed language skills, continuing a practice from 2010.

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