Immigrants from New Origin Countries in the United States

Author: 
Jie Zong and Jeanne Batalova
Date of Publication: 
January, 2019

The national origins of new arrivals to the United States are shifting, in ways not always fully appreciated. Recent newcomers are more likely to come from Asia, Central America, and Africa, and less likely to be from Mexico. "Immigrants from New Origin Countries in the United States" offers key demographic information about the 15 immigrant groups that have experienced the largest growth since 2010, including Indians, Chinese, Colombians,Nigerians, and Bangladeshis.

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Zong, J. & Batalova, J. (2019). Immigrants from New Origin Countries in the United States. Washington, DC: Migration Policy Institute. Retrieved from https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/immigrants-new-origin-countries-united-states

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Migration Policy Institute
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