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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

U.S. Immigrant Population Hit Record 43.7 Million In 2016




Statement From James Allan
"MUST READ" if your concerned about the immigration problem in the United States. This chit was reported several times on "Fox News" and it appears nobody is listening as stated by the, "Center For Immigration Studies". The 43 million number is understated since there are no records kept and once the legal immigrants move to another place in the U.S. the U.S. government has no record of if the immigrant stayed or went back home. Immigrants are pouring into the country by the millions legal and illegal and they never leave. 
Remember, these are not U.S. Citizens! This just released study is suppose to be a mixture of legal and illegal immigrants. Lots of visa overstays, green card holders and illegal aliens creating "Chain Migration"..The libertarian Republicans feed the wealthy with cheap labor doing trickle down economics through immigrants that never works. The democrats are communists using immigrants to overload the financial system and create dependency on government. Immigrants are of no advantage to U.S. Citizens and never will be. 
Nobody makes immigrants go home! They take our jobs, wealth, employment opportunity mobility away that we use to improve our own financial well being and lives. Our exalted elected leaders keep stating we need the labor for growth but do not tell anybody the growth is for their own personal wealth while they know U.S Citizen wealth will never grow from immigration. The lefty's keep screaming about how the rich get richer while the lefty's are flooding the U.S. with immigrants to create communism in the U.S..
U.S. Immigrant Population Hit Record 43.7 Million in 2016

Copied From: The Center For Immigration Studies

On September 14, 2017, the Census Bureau released some data from the 2016 American Community Survey (ACS) that shows uneven growth in the immigrant population in the last year. The number of immigrants (legal and illegal) from the Middle East, Latin American countries other than Mexico, Asia, and Sub-Saharan Africa grew significantly, while the number from some places, such as Mexico, Europe, and Canada, grew not at all or even declined. The Census Bureau refers to immigrants as the foreign-born, which includes all those who were not U.S. citizens at birth. The Department of Homeland Security has previously estimated that 1.9 million immigrants are missed by the ACS, so the total immigrant population in 2016 was likely 45.6 million.

Data Source. On September 14, the Census Bureau released some of the data from the 2016 American Community Survey (ACS). The survey reflects the U.S. population as of July 1, 2016. The ACS is by far the largest survey taken by the federal government each year and includes over two million households.7 The Census Bureau has posted some of the results from the ACS to its American FactFinder website.8 It has not released the public-use version of the ACS for researchers to download and analyze. However, a good deal of information can be found at FactFinder. Unless otherwise indicated, the information in this analysis comes directly from FactFinder.

The immigrant population, referred to as the foreign-born by the Census Bureau, is comprised of those individuals who were not U.S. citizens at birth. It includes naturalized citizens, legal permanent residents (green card holders), temporary workers and foreign students, and illegal immigrants. It does not include those born to immigrants in the United States, including to illegal immigrant parents, or those born in outlying U.S. territories, such as Puerto Rico. Prior research by the Department of Homeland Security and others indicates that some 90 percent of illegal immigrants respond to the ACS. Thus all the figures reported above are for both legal and illegal immigrants.



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