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Where Are Immigrants Coming From, And Where They Are Headed

Sunday, October 30, 2016 5:45
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from the St Louis Fed

– this post authored by Subhayu Bandyopadhyay and Rodrigo Guerrero

Immigration into the U.S. is unevenly distributed across its different states. Although the share of the foreign-born population in the U.S. as a whole is 14.2 percent, that of individual states ranges from a high of 28.1 percent in California to a low of 1.9 percent in West Virginia.[1] These differences factor into policy debates. For example, tax revenue that is collected from immigrants and taxpayer money that is spent on immigrants affect states’ budgets. In this article, we first discuss some factors that can influence the level of immigration to a state; then, we present some facts regarding immigration levels in different states.

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