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South American Immigrants in US – Represent 7 percent (or 3.2 million) of the 44.5 million foreign born

Overall, South American immigrants represented 7 percent (or 3.2 million) of the 44.5 million foreign born in the United States in 2017—up from 1 percent in 1960. While their numbers have increased, South Americans remain well behind the rest of Latin America, with significantly larger immigrant populations in the United States from Mexico and Central America.

Chosen excerpts by Job Market Monitor. Read the whole story at South American Immigrants in the United States | migrationpolicy.org

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