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From its inception, the United States has been a country of immigrants. These interactive charts help track changing immigration patterns and characteristics of the immigrant population through time. By placing immigration to the United States in its broader historic context, the characteristics of today’s migration flows and the immigrant communities they establish can be better understood.
Click on the bullet points below to navigate for more information:
- Immigration Over Time
- Immigrants’ Countries and Regions of Birth
- Diaspora Groups
- Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Force
- Educational Attainment
- English Proficiency and Linguistic Diversity
Immigration Over Time
Green Cards: How Many Are Issued Annually & to Whom?
New Citizens: How Many People Become Americans Yearly & from Which Countries?
By the Numbers: Current and Historical Stats about Immigrants at U.S. & State Levels
Unauthorized Immigrants: Where They Live at U.S., State & County Levels; & Their Countries of Origin
Deferred Action: Who Has DACA & Where Do They Live?
Mexican Immigrants: Current & Historical Stats & Origins & Destinations
Refugees: What Is the Yearly Ceiling & How Many Are Actually Admitted?
Immigrants’ Countries and Regions of Birth
Immigrants in the U.S. Labor Force
English Proficiency and Linguistic Diversity
- Limited English Proficient Population: Number and Share, by State, 1990, 2000, 2010, 2018
- Linguistic Diversity by State, 2013-2017 (pooled)
- Linguistic Diversity for Select Counties, 2013-2017 (pooled)
- Map: English Learners in K-12 by State