US has 46.2 million foreign-born, majority of whom are its citizens – Times of India

US has 46.2 million foreign-born, majority of whom are its citizens - Times of India

Mumbai: The Foreign population The US population has grown by 15.6% from 2010 to 2022, and is projected to reach 46.2 million (13.9% of the total). population in 2022). In 2010, the foreign population was 40 million, accounting for 12.9% of the total population.
Nothing indicates the saying that America is a nation. Immigrants According to 1970 statistics, the foreign-born population was 9.6 million, or just 4.7 percent of the U.S. population.
Immigration In what has become a hot topic in the presidential race, the border issues have sparked a lot of firefights between the two political parties.
A report by the US Census Bureau – ‘The Foreign Born Population in the US: 2022’, which analyzes this data, was also released. It states that nearly half (49.1 percent) of all immigrants to the United States entered the country before 2000. This report compares the 2010 and 2022 American Community Survey.
The figures are region-specific, not country-specific. The foreign-born population from Asia (which includes India and China) is the second largest contingent. It was 11.28 million in 2010 and it has increased by 27% to 14.35 million in 2022. The top source region remained Latin America and the Caribbean (with Mexico being the main source country). The region’s foreign-born population grew by 9.5 percent to 23.23 million in 2020.
The term ‘alien’ refers to anyone living in the United States who was not a US citizen at birth (including those who later acquired US citizenship). As such, it includes green card holders, temporary immigrants including foreign students, refugees and asylum seekers and even unauthorized immigrants.
Statistics show that most immigrants obtain U.S. citizenship, more than half (52.3 percent) of the foreign-born population. American citizens. European and Asian Americans were the most likely. Citizenswith naturalization rates of 67.4 percent and 62.8 percent, respectively.
Based on a release by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in February, TOI had earlier reported that around 8.7 lakh foreign nationals are expected to enter the country during fiscal year 2023 (the year ending September 30, 2023). Citizens became US citizens, about 100,000 fewer than before. Data for the year on 9.7 million new US citizens. More than 1.1 million Mexicans (12.7 percent of the total number of new citizens) obtained US citizenship. With 59,100 (6.7 percent) Indians acquiring US citizenship, India took second place as the top source country for new citizens.
The median age of the foreign-born population rose five years to 46.7 years, compared to 36.9 for the American-born, the data show. It has also become more educated. About a quarter of the foreign-born population aged 25 and over had a bachelor’s (18.7 percent) or graduate or professional degree (14.9 percent), compared to 21.4 percent and 13.1 percent for the native-born population. An estimated 63.5 percent of the foreign-born population was employed, which excludes occupations in management, business, science, and the arts.

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