Where do most U.S. immigrants come from? The United States was home to 22.0 million women, 20.4 million men, and 2.5 million children who were immigrants. The top countries of origin for immigrants were Mexico (24 percent of immigrants), India (6 percent), China (5 percent), the Philippines (4.5 percent), and El Salvador (3 percent).
What are the 3 largest flows of immigrants into the United States? At a global scale, Asia, Latin America, and Africa have net out-migration, and North America, Europe, and Oceania have net in-migration. The three largest flows of migrants are to Europe from Asia and to North America from Asia and from Latin America.
Who immigrates the most to the US?
- China — 41,483.
- Dominican Republic — 30,005.
- Vietnam — 29,995.
- Philippines — 25,491.
- El Salvador — 17,907.
- Brazil — 16,746.
- Cuba — 16,367.
- South Korea — 16,244.
What is the largest immigrant population?
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