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Immigrants to the U.S.: Where They Are Coming from, and Where They Are Headed

Subhayu Bandyopadhyay () and Guerrero Rodrigo
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Guerrero Rodrigo: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

The Regional Economist, 2016, issue October

Abstract: Where do most of our immigrants come from? Which are the most popular and least popular states for settlement? These are not just trivia contest questions—the answers are important for those who make policy and budget decisions on the state and federal levels.

Date: 2016
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