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immigrant

noun alien, expatriate, foreigner, incomer, migrant, naturalized citizen, newcomer, resident alien, settler
Associated concepts: immigration law
See also: alien, foreign
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According to the Fiscal Policy Institute's Immigration Research Initiative (2012), 58% of immigrant business owners have less than a college degree, 15% with less than high school, 21% with a high school degree and no more, and 22 % with some college, but no degree.
-- Economic outcomes are different depending on which program immigrants use to come to Canada.
Changes in the headship rate enable us to determine how a broader delineation of the demand for housing has fallen among both the immigrant and native populations.
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But in his first address to Congress last week, Trump took that theme further as he announced he was ordering the government to publicize cases of immigrant-committed crime in what appeared to be an effort to further demonize immigrants, this time using government resources to do so.
Michael Fix is president of the Migration Policy Institute, a nonpartisan think tank that studies international migration and immigrant integration in the United States and abroad.
Immigrants are an increasing presence in the United States.
For example, Donald Kerwin's "Immigrant Rights, Integration, and the Common Good" focuses on tying the topic of immigrant integration to basic human rights rather than discussing the limitations and constraints of federal programs and services.
Use these interactives to explore the years of residency and ages of the undocumented immigrants living in the Texas counties with the largest undocumented immigrant populations.
In addition to the 4,200 immigrants from the Ukraine and 4,500 immigrants from Russia, around 6,000 immigrants arrived from France this year, more than any other country.
This book sheds light on the changing politics of immigrant settlement and responses to immigrants when Latino workers settle.
Using the different coefficients in Table 5, the unexpected log earnings difference between each individual immigrant and an average native-born Canadian is calculated (Table 6).