UNITED STATES IMMIGRATION SERVICES

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Number of Immigrants in US: approximately 38 Million.

Number of Illegal Immigrants in US: approximately 10.5 Million (2019). A decrease from 12.2 Million in 2007.

Where Immigrants come from: Mexico, China, The Philippines, India, China, Vietnam, El Salvador, Korea, South America, The Caribbean, Africa, Iran, Pakistan.

States With The Largest Immigrant Population: California, New York, Texas, Florida, Illinois.

Fastest Growing Immigrant Population: North Carolina, Georgia, Arkansas, Nevada, Tennessee, South Carolina, Nebraska, Kentucky, Utah, Colorado, Idaho, Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Minnesota.

IMMIGRANT GROWTH IN THE US BY COUNTRY:

Mexico: 7,841,000 in 2000 - 8,544,000 in 2004 - 9,600,000 in 2010
China: 1,391,000 in 2000 - 1,594,000 in 2004 - 1,900,000 in 2010
Philippines: 1,222,000 in 2000 - 1,413,000 in 2004 - 1,700,000 in 2010
India: 1,007,000 in 2000 - 1,244,000 in 2004 - 1,610,000 in 2010
Vietnam: 863,000 in 2000 - 998,000 in 2004 - 1,200,000 in 2010
Cuba: 952,000 in 2000 - 1,001,000 in 2004 - 1,100,000 in 2010
El Salvador: 765,000 in 2000 - 899,000 in 2004 - 1,100,000 in 2010
Dominican R: 692,000 in 2000 - 791,000 in 2004 - 941,000 in 2010
Canada: 678,000 in 2000 - 775,000 in 2004 - 920,000 in 2010
Korea: 701,000 in 2000 - 772,600 in 2004 - 880,000 in 2010

For additional information on United States Immigration Statistics contact:

Office of Immigration Statistics
U.S. Department of Homeland Security
800 K Street, NW
10th Floor, Suite 1000
Washington, DC 20536
Phone: (202) 786-9900

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