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Immigration Statistics 2006

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Here are some statistics of immigrants admitted to places in the region during fiscal year 2006:

Source: Department of Homeland Security

*Note: I will post more data as they become available

Hawaii: 7,501 (+1,021 more than 2005) and 43,092 total admitted since the year 2000. The figure does not include the total amount that settle in Hawaii yearly who were born in American Samoa, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands and Puerto Rico.

Honolulu: 5,729 (+773 more than 2005) and 33,114 total admitted since the year 2000.

Alaska: 1,554 (+29 more than 2005) and 9,838 total admitted since the year 2000.

San Juan: 3,699 (+385 more than 2005) and 16,415 total admitted since the year 2002.

*I don't have any statistics for Puerto Rico or the other territories yet but there were 7,175 (+1,179 more than 2005) people admitted to all the territories, commonwealths and arm service posts in 2006 for a total of 44,262 since the year 2000.

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Nationwide there were: 1,266,264 admitted in 2006 (+143,891 more than 2005) and 7,009,322 admitted since the year 2000.

Top States including D.C.

1. California: 264,677

2. New York State: 180,165

3. Florida: 155,996

*Hawaii Ranked at #25

*Alaska ranked at #44

Top CBSAs = PMSAs not CSAs

1. New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA: 224,444 (+51,586 more than 2005) :shok: INSANE! and that's not even the entire metro!!!!!!

2. Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, CA: 120,880

3. Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Miami Beach, FL: 98,922

*Honolulu ranked at #28

*San Juan ranked at #44

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so since they don't have "border" towns and all that, how "rampant" for lackof a better word is immigration to HI AK and PR, mostly HI though.

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the amount of undocumented immigrants to HI is amazing, I can't believe they all fiind places to stay. I wonder how many use it as a stop before heading somewhere else in hope of meritocracy.

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Here are some updates mainly regarding Hawaii and Alaska, there are no stats available for PR, Guam, USVI, CNMI or American Samoa yet.

Persons Naturalized in 2006:

Hawaii: 5,276 ranked #21 nationally including DC

Alaska: 831 ranked #42 nationally including DC

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Persons Naturalized 1997-2006:

Hawaii: 36,456 ranked #22 nationally including DC

Alaska: 7,987 ranked #40 nationally including DC

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Persons Naturalized in 2006:

Honolulu MSA: 4,207 ranked #24 nationally among CBSAs/MSAs

Persons Naturalized 1997-2006:

Honolulu: 31,010 ranked #26 nationally among CBSAs/MSAs

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According to the Current Population Survey by the US Census as of mid 2006....

Hawaii's foreign-born was estimated to be at 234,685 (around #24 nationally in raw numbers) or 18.3% (4th nationally by percentage).

Alaska's foreign-born was estimated to be at 40,340 or 6.0% of its population.

More to come eventually! :P

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Here are the latest immigrant statistics of different areas represented in this forum.

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The two sets of information are of "Legal Permanent Residents" and "Naturalized citizens."

1. Legal permanent residents (LPRs) are foreign nationals who have been granted the right to reside permanently in the United States. LPRs are often referred to simply as "immigrants," but they are also known as "permanent resident aliens" and "green card holders."

2. Naturalized citizens are foreign nationals who have become citizens of the United States after fulfilling requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Alaska Immigrants Admitted, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 120 countries immigrated to Alaska during 2005-06.- from Armenia & Belize to Bosnia & Cameroon to Gambia & Georgia Republic to Kyrgyzstan & Sri Lanka to Yemen & Venezuela.

Alaska Immigrants Naturalized, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 115 countries were naturalized in Alaska during 2005-06.- from Austria & Bahamas to Congo, Republic & Luxembourg to Singapore & Sierra Leone to Nepal & Slovenia to Uzbekistan & Tonga.

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Anchorage Immigrants Admitted, Top 10: 2005-2006

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Anchorage Immigrants Naturalized, Top 10: 2005-2006

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Fairbanks Immigrants Admitted, Top 10: 2005-2006

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Hawaii Immigrants Admitted, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 142 countries immigrated to Hawaii during 2005-06.- from Albania & Argentina to Bermuda & Cyprus to Grenada & Gibraltar to Mauritius & San Marino to Uganda & Iceland.

Hawaii Immigrants Naturalized, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 148 countries were naturalized in Hawaii during 2005-06.- from Anguilla & Azerbaijan to Benin & Cote d'Ivoire to Kuwait & Malawi to Suriname & Sudan to Tuvalu & Zimbabwe.

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Honolulu Immigrants Admitted, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 131 countries immigrated to Honolulu during 2005-06.- from Algeria & Brazil to the Cook Islands & Liberia to the Solomon Islands & Syria to Mongolia & Paraguay to United Arab Emirates & Norway.

Honolulu Immigrants Naturalized, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 144 countries were naturalized in Honolulu during 2005-06. - from Afghanistan & Angola to Bahrain & Cape Verde to Kiribati & Mozambique to Seychelles & Saint Lucia to Tunisia & Uruguay.

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Maui County Immigrants Admitted, Top 10: 2005-2006

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Hawaii County Immigrants Admitted, Top 10: 2005-2006

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San Juan Immigrants Admitted, Top 25: 2005-2006

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Factoid: People born in over 96 countries immigrated to San Juan during 2005-06.- from Australia & Barbados to C

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Very interesting info,so many Filipinos,Mexicans and Dominicans lol!

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lol yeah. BTW for immigrants moving to PR the country that sticks out the most for me are those from Jordan. I'm actually kind of surprised and wonder what the connection maybe if any?

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I've got no idea,Puerto Rico is the country with less arabs in ALL Latin America.I've seen maybe 3 arabs in my whole life over here in PR.

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^I wonder if its because they are probably able to blend in? I'd imagine that there's probably a decent share of Spanish speaking Arabs moving to PR from places like Colombia (and perhaps other South American countries). :huh: I think Colombia has over half a million alone.

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^Maybe...

I know pretty much anyone can blend in PR,the best example is when you go to a school,specially a public school over here,over 95% are puertorican but we're all pretty different.

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^Yeah especially because Puerto Ricans are racially diverse. You got blondes, brunettes, auburns, blacks, whites, asians, mixed races, etc.

Here's a different take on the statistics just for 2006

As of 2006 Puerto Rico, Hawaii, Alaska, Guam, US Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa had a combined population of 6,301,107

If they were all one state or country this is what the Top 30 would look like in 2006:

1 Philippines: 5,509

2 Dominican Republic: 2,751

3 China, People's Republic of: 1,282

4 Japan: 840

5 Korea, Republic of: 596

6 Colombia: 344

7 Mexico: 318

8 Cuba: 253

9 Canada: 241

10 Vietnam: 240

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11 Venezuela: 219

12 Thailand: 197

13 Saint Lucia: 155

14 Peru: 140

15 Saint Kitts and Nevis: 130

16 Taiwan: 116

17 Argentina: 116

18 Dominica: 113

19 Germany: 108

20 United Kingdom: 108

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21 Brazil: 95

22 Samoa: 83

23 Tonga: 82

24 Antigua and Barbuda: 69

25 Ukraine: 67

26 Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region): 59

27 Australia: 58

28 Russian Federation: 56

29 Haiti: 55

30 Panama: 54

Other Countries: 1,681

TOTAL: 16,135

Alaska had 1,554, Hawaii had 7,501 and Puerto Rico, Guam, USVI, Northern Mariana Islands and American Samoa had 7,080 immigrants in 2006 for a grand total of 16,135 and a combined population of 6,301,107!

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