Plus, Top Countries of Citizenship for EU Residents and H-1B Visa Application Deadline


http://my.migrationpolicy.org/salsa/track.jsp?v=2&c=CGctAMxTVcswDSf//iMbIEzjNu2ba9NTTo answer the question "What are the largest groups of US immigrants and where do they reside?" last month we showcased maps of different foreign-born populations in the United States. Specifically, the Data Hub released its State Proportion of the US Immigrant Population and Metropolitan Areas map, as well as maps examining the state proportions of immigrants from the top four sending countries (each with at least 1 million immigrants) — Mexico, China, India, and the Philippines.

This month, we map states with the largest and fastest-growing immigrant populations and finish mapping the states with the largest concentrations of those born in: Vietnam, El Salvador, Cuba, and Korea. These four countries also have at least 1 million immigrants now living in the United States.

Drawn on data from the US Census Bureau's 2010 American Community Survey and 1990 Decennial Census, this analysis concludes our look at immigrant distribution by state and metropolitan areas, which provide a glimpse at settlement patterns for US immigrants. (Click here for the maps' underlying numbers).

Unaccompanied Children on the Move

Children and youth migrating – whether between or within countries and whether accompanied by their relatives or not – have become a recognized part of today’s global and mixed migration flows. Nevertheless, in research and policy debates, the migration of children and youth is considered a new area of concern and focus. Information on children who are migrating is consequently little reflected in global debates on migration.

Plus, the Largest Refugee Populations Worldwide and Sex Ratio of the Top Immigrant Groups


http://my.migrationpolicy.org/salsa/track.jsp?v=2&c=ZOMdjomRYRSJglznVxVg9Q8+sug6gzIfMost people would easily guess that California and New York are the states with the largest immigrant populations, just as New York City and Los Angeles are well known as the cities with the largest such populations. But how about other US states and cities? Does Illinois have more immigrants than Arizona? Are there more Chinese-born immigrants in Seattle or Boston? And what are the largest groups of immigrants — and where do they reside? This month we have updated our maps of foreign-born populations in the United States: The State Proportion of the US Immigrant Population and Metropolitan Areas map, as well as maps showing the state proportions of foreign born from the top four sending countries: Mexico, China, India, and the Philippines.

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