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Friday, 8th July 2005

Births to Immigrants at All-Time High

Immigrants--Births--United States
Source: Center for Immigration Studies
Births to Immigrants at All-Time High
"A new analysis of birth records from the Center for Immigration Studies shows that immigrants (legal & illegal) accounted for a larger share of births in 2002 than in 1910, during the peak of the last great wave of immigration. The children born to immigrants are arguably the most important long-term legacy of immigration and are a key measure of its magnitude. The new report provides detailed information on births to immigrants for every state and many counties, including estimates for births to illegal aliens."
+ Births to Immigrants in America: 1970 to 2002
+ County and MSA data (.xls)



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