Immigration Patterns in the District Differ in Some Ways from the Nation's
Subhayu Bandyopadhyay () and
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Guerrero Rodrigo: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
The Regional Economist, 2016, issue April
The percentage of foreign-born in the four major metro areas of the District is smaller than for the nation as a whole. However, some of the metro areas are showing faster growth in their Asian, African and Latin American populations than is the nation overall.
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