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ANNUAL 
REPORT 



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of the 
Immigration and Naturalization Service 





Washington, D. C. 



UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE 
IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION SERVICE 

Washington 25, D. C. 



REPORT OF THE COMMISSIONER 
OF IMMIGRATION AND NATURALIZATION 



The Attorney General 

United States Department of Justice 

Sir : I have the honor to submit the Annual Report of the 
Immigration and Naturalization Service for the year 
ended June 30, 1960. 



Respectfully submitted, 

J. M. SWING 

Commissioner 



Immigration and Naturalization Service 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

TRAVEL CONTROL 1 

Inspection 1 

Admission 1 

Exclusion 3 

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS ____ 4 

Hungarian parolees 4 

Adjustment of status from nonimmigrant to immigrant 4 

Creation of record of lawful entry 4 

Suspension of deportation 4 

Private legislation 4 

ENFORCEMENT 5 

Deportable aliens located _ 5 

Cuban situation 6 

Subversive, criminal, immoral and narcotic investigations 7 

Frauds 7 

Expulsion proceedings 8 

Detention 8 

Deportation and required departure 8 

Criminal prosecution 8 

Revocation of naturalization 9 

ALIEN ADDRESS REPORTS 9 



CITIZENSHIP 9 

Publicity . 9 

Citizenship education 10 

Naturalization courts 10 

Persons naturalized 11 

Derivative citizens . 11 

Loss of citizenship 11 

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING 11 

ADMINISTRATION 12 



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TABLES 

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1. Immigration to the United States: 1820-1960 13 

2. Aliens and citizens admitted and departed, by months: Years ended June 30, 1959 and 
1960 14 

3. Aliens and citizens admitted at United States ports of entry : Years ended June 30, 1959- 
1960 15 

4. Aliens admitted, by classes under the immigration laws: Years ended June 30, 1956-1960 16 

5. Immigrants admitted, by ports: Years ended June 30, 1956-1960 17 

6. Immigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or region of 
birth: Year ended June 30, 1960 18 

6A. Immigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or region of 
last permanent residence : Year ended June 30, 1960 19 

6B. Aliens who adjusted status to permanent residents in the United States, by country or 
region of birth : Year ended June 30, 1960 20 

6C. Immigrants admitted to the United States under the Act of September 11, 1957 (P.L. 
85-316), bv class of admission and country or region of birth: September 11, 1957-June 
30, 1960 21 

6D. Immigrants admitted under the Act of September 2, 1958 (P.L. 85-892), by class of ad- 
mission and country or region of birth: September 2, 1958-June 30, 1960 . 22 

6E. Orphan petitions approved under the Act of September 9, 1959 (P.L. 85-253), by type 
of adoption and country or region of birth : Year ended June 30, 1960 .__ 22 

7. Annual quotas and quota immigrants admitted: Years ended June 30, 1956-1960 23 

7A. Quota immigrants admitted, by quota area and quota preferences: Year ended June 30, 

1960 24 

8. Immigrants admitted, by country or region of birth and major occupation group : Year 
ended June 30, 1960 . 25 

8A. Immigrants and beneficiaries of first preference visa petitions admitted, by occupa- 
tion : Year ended June 30, 1960 - 26 

9. Immigrants admitted, bv country or region of birth, sex, and age : Year ended June 
30, 1960 31 

10. Immigrants admitted, by race, sex, and age : Year ended June 30, 1960 . 33 

10A. Immigrants admitted, by sex, marital status, age, illiteracy, and major occupation 

group: Years ended June 30, 1956-1960 34 

11. Aliens admitted and citizens arrived and departed: Years ended June 30, 1908-1960 . 35 

12. Immigrants admitted, by State of intended future permanent residence: Years ended 
June 30, 1951-1960 36 

12A. Immigrants admitted, by specified countries of birth and State of intended future per- 
manent residence: Year ended June 30, 1960 37 

12B. Immigrants admitted, by specified countries of birth and rural and urban area and 

city: Year ended June 30, 1960 38 

13. Immigration by country, for decades: 1820-1960 39 

14. Immigrants admitted, by country or region of birth : Years ended June 30, 1951-1960 43 

15. Nonimmigrants admitted, by country or region of birth: Years ended June 30, 1951- 
1960 44 

16. Nonimmigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or region 

of birth : Year ended June 30, 1960 45 

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TABLES— Continued 

Page 

17. Nonimmigrants admitted, by classes under immigration laws and country or region of 
last permanent residence: Year ended June 30, 1960 46 

18. Agricultural laborers admitted to the United States : Years ended June 30, 1952-1960 _ . 47 

19. Entries of alien and citizen border crossers over international land boundaries, by 
State and port: Year ended June 30, 1960 _ - 48 

20. Entries of alien and citizen border crossers over international land boundaries : Years 
ended June 30, 1928-1960 50 

20A. Special inquiry officer hearings completed, by regions and districts: Years ended 

June 30, 1956-1960 51 

21. Aliens excluded from the United States, by cause: Years ended June 30, 1892-1960 _ _ 52 

22. Aliens excluded, by country or region of birth and cause : Year ended June 30, 1960 _ __ 53 

23. Aliens apprehended, aliens deported, and aliens required to depart : Years ended June 
30, 1892-1960 54 

24. Aliens deported, by country to which deported and cause: Year ended June 30, 1960 _ - 55 
24A. Aliens required to depart, by nationality and cause: Year ended June 30, 1960 _ 56 

25. Aliens deported, by country to which deported and deportation expense: Year ended 
June 30, 1960 57 

26. Aliens deported, by cause : Years ended June 30, 1908-1960 58 

27. Aliens deported, by year of entry and status at entry : Year ended June 30, 1960 _ . 59 

27A. Aliens deported and required to depart, by status at entry : Years ended June 30, 1958- 

1960 - 60 

27B. Deportable aliens located, by status at entry and nationality: Year ended June 30, 

1960 . — - 61 

28. Alien crewmen deserted at United States air and seaports, by nationality and flag of 
carrier: Year ended June 30, 1960 62 

29. Vessels and airplanes inspected, crewmen admitted, alien crewmen deserted, and alien 
stowaways found, by region and district : Year ended June 30, 1960 63 

30. Principal activities and accomplishments of immigration Border Patrol : Years ended 
June 30, 1951-1960 64 

31. Passengers arrived in the United States, by sea and air, from foreign countries, by coun- 
try of embarkation: Year ended June 30, 1960 65 

32. Passengers departed from the United States, by sea and air, to foreign countries, by 
country of debarkation: Year ended June 30, 1960 68 

33. Passenger travel between the United States and foreign countries, by sea and air, by 
port of arrival or departure: Year ended June 30, 1960 __ 71 

34. Insular travel — Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands : Years ended June 30, 1951-1960 72 

35. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program, by selected States of residence 
and country or region of birth: During 1960 73 

36. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program, by selected countries of birth 
and States of residence: During 1960 74 

36A. Alien population, by States of residence: 1940, 1951, 1955, and 1960 . 75 

37. Declarations of intention filed, petitions for naturalization filed, persons naturalized 
and petitions for naturalization denied : Years ended June 30, 1907-1960 _ 76 

38. Persons naturalized, by general and special naturalization provisions and country or 
region of former allegiance: Year ended June 30, 1960 77 



TABLES— Continued 

Page 

39. Persons naturalized, bv country or region of former allegiance : Years ended June 30, 
1951-1960 . 78 

40. Persons naturalized, by country or region of former allegiance and major occupation 
group: Year ended June 30, 1960 . 80 

41. Persons naturalized, by country or region of former allegiance, sex, and age: Year 
ended June 30, 1960 81 

41A. Persons naturalized, by sex, marital status, age, and major occupation group: Years 

ended June 30, 1956-1960 . 83 

42. Persons naturalized, bv States or territories of residence: Years ended June 30, 1951- 
1960 . 84 

43. • Persons naturalized, by specified countries of former allegiance and by rural and urban 

area and city: Year ended June 30, 1960 . 85 

44. Persons naturalized, by country or region of birth and year of entry: Year ended June 
30, 1960 _- 86 

45. Persons naturalized, bv general and special naturalization provisions: Years ended June 
30, 1957-1960 87 

46. Certificates of citizenship granted, by country or region of birth and reason for claim: 
Year ended June 30, 1960 . 88 

47. Certificates of citizenship granted to persons who derived citizenship through parent- 
age or marriage, bv country or region of birth and year derived: Year ended June 30, 
1960 . 89 

48. Certificates of citizenship granted to persons who acquired citizenship at birth abroad, 

by country or region of birth and year acquired : Year ended June 30, 1960 _ . 90 

49. Petitions for naturalization denied, by reason: Years ended June 30, 1953-1960 91 

50. Certificates of naturalization revoked, by grounds : Years ended June 30, 1951-1960 92 

51. Persons expatriated, by grounds: Years ended June 30, 1951-1960 93 

52. Persons repatriated: Years ended June 30, 1951-1960 _ 94 

53. Prosecutions for immigration and nationality violations: Years ended June 30, 1951- 
1960 __ 95 

54. Convictions for immigration and nationality violations: Years ended June 30, 1951- 
1960 96 

55. Writs of habeas corpus and declaratory judgments in exclusion and deportation cases: 
Years ended June 30, 1956-1960 97 

56. Private immigration and nationality bills introduced and laws enacted, 75th Congress 
through 86th Congress 98 

57. Beneficiaries of private laws enacted, by purpose of law and country or region of birth : 
86th Congress 99 



VI 



I. TRAVEL CONTROL 



a. Inspection 

b. Admission 

1. Immigrants 

(a) Quota Immigrants 

(b) Nonquota Immigrants 

2. Nonimmigrants 

(a) Crewmen 

(b) Temporary Workers 

(c) Visitors 

(d) Students and Exchange Visitors 

(e) Representatives of Foreign Countries 

(f) Other Nonimmigrants 

c. Exclusion 

1. Inadmissible Aliens 

2. Waiver of Inadmissibility 

a. Inspection 

161 million times during the fiscal year 1960 
immigration officers inspected persons seeking 
admission, to determine whether they were 
citizens or aliens admissible under immigration 
law. Multiple entries of border crossers made 
up 95 percent of the number. Two percent were 
crewmen. Most of the others were passengers 
on the 67,064 vessels and 176,029 planes that 
arrived at United States ports. 

As international travel continues on its up- 
ward swing, the travel patterns also continue 
to change. The rapid conversion to jet planes, 
the arrival of planes at interior ports, new 
international highways, the St. Lawrence Sea- 
way, Visit U. S. A. Year, and the political 
unrest in the Caribbean were some of the 
factors that affected travel in 1960. 

Preinspection abroad expedites international 
travel by the completion of inspection before 
the traveler embarks for a United States port. 
Thus inadmissible aliens are off-loaded before 
they arrive at United States ports, and others 
have their entrance formalities expedited. Pre- 
flight inspection was begun at Nassau in August 
1959. Four Canadian ports ; Hamilton, Ber- 
muda; Agana, Guam; and San Juan, Puerto 
Rico, are the other preflight inspection ports 
in operation. Enroute inspection of passengers 
on ships and trains, which has much the same 
advantage, was carried out where feasible. 

Continued experience with port receptionists 
emphasized the fact that they not only created 
good will by welcoming passengers, but helped 
i speed the inspection of international travelers, 
an important contribution when plane loads 
often exceed 100 passengers. Beginning with 
22 port receptionists at three ports in 1957, 
they now number 80, stationed at 16 ports, 
including San Juan, and three Canadian cities. 




Port receptionist assists passengers to arrange their 
documents for presentation to immigrant inspector. 

Another particularly successful aid to efficient 
inspections has been the addition, each summer, 
of temporary inspectors to meet the seasonal 
peak, particularly at the Canadian border. 
This practice, which also has been in effect for 
three years, becomes more useful as the group 
of trained inspectors return summer after 
summer. 

b. Admission 

While major emphasis in the inspection ac- 
tivity always relates to the admission of aliens, 
there is a like responsibility for inspecting 
citizens to verify United States citizenship and 
the right to entry. Citizen border crossings 
equaled 65,042,519, about 500,000 less than last 
year. Citizen crewman admissions continued 
the downward trend of the past several years 
to reach 822,969. 

There was a six percent rise in citizen 
travelers who arrived by sea and air. Of the 
1,920,582 citizen passengers returning to the 
United States, 841,400 had been to Latin Amer- 
ica, 758,389 to Europe, 111,043 to Asia, and the 
remainder to other countries. 

Entries made by aliens totaled almost 93 
million. 89 million were border crossers, nearly 
5 million more than in fiscal year 1959. Others 
admitted are described below. 

1. Immigrants. 265,398 aliens were either 
admitted as immigrants or had their status 
adjusted to that of immigrants during fiscal 
year 1960. The two percent increase relative 
to last year was noteworthy because it marks 
the first time since 1948 that immigration has 
held up when there has been a marked decline 
in admissions under the provisions of special 
legislation. Special legislation has usually pro- 




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Detroit -Canada terminal. 

vided for nonquota admission of refugees, 
orphans, and other victims of unfortunate 
world conditions. In fiscal year 1959, 51,643 
immigrants came under special legislation. This 
year the figure was 30,906. 

The major reason that immigration did not 
decline, however, is that there was higher im- 
migration from the neighboring countries of 
Canada and Mexico. 

Of the total 265 thousand, 139,670 immi- 
grants were born in Europe, including 31,768 
from Germany, 24,643 from United Kingdom, 
and 14,933 from Italy. Among the 23,864 born 
in Asia were 5,471 from Japan, 4,554 from 
Indonesia, 3,681 from China, and 2,954 from 
the Philippines. Canada contributed 30,990 
and Mexico 32,684 to the 98,123 immigrants 
born in Western Hemisphere countries. 3,705 
came from Africa and Oceania. 

(a) Quota Immigrants. Quota immigrants 
numbered 101,373 out of a possible 154,887. 
Again, this year, aliens from most countries 
except Great Britain and Ireland used 90-100 
percent of the quota numbers allotted to them. 

3,385 immigrants of high skills and ability 
were admitted first preference upon the peti- 
tioning of a United States employer. Included 
among those in the professions were 442 engi- 
neers, 277 professors and teachers, 216 nurses, 
143 physicians, and 83 clergymen or religious 
workers. Among the 946 craftsmen were 197 
tailors, 178 cabinet makers and carpenters, and 
97 bakers. 3,681 wives and children accom- 
panied these skilled immigrants. 

The Act of September 22, 1959, added to the 
classes of relatives who could be admitted under 
the second, third, and fourth preferences. 



However, the 13,299 admitted under the relative 
preferences was 8 percent lower than that of 
last year. People from countries with quota 
pressures, such as Italy, Poland, Yugoslavia, 
Hungary, Greece, and Portugal, took most 
advantage of the relative preferences. 

Theoretically, the whole quota is available 
to be used by immigrants in preference status, 
but, in fiscal year 1960, 81,008, or 80 percent 
of the total quota immigration, was nonpref- 
erence. Of the total nonpreference, 32 percent 
was charged to the British quota, 30 percent to 
the German quota, and nine percent to the quota 
of Ireland. 

(b) Nonquota Immigrants. The 164,025 non- 
quota immigrants included 34,215 spouses and 
children of United States citizens ; 91,701 
natives of Western Hemisphere countries and 
their spouses and children ; 485 ministers with 
their families; 30,906 under special legislation. 

In the latter group were 7,448 admitted under 
the Act of September 11, 1957. Within the 
provisions of this Act were three major groups : 
4,565 refugee-escapees, 930 who were benefi- 
ciaries of preference quota petitions, and 1,953 
orphans. The amendment which extended the 
orphan provisions to June 30, 1960, provided 
for further inquiry into the backgrounds of 
those petitioning for orphans. Our officers 
abroad and in the United States gave priority 
to the program so that as many orphans as 
possible could be admitted. 

Included in the category of aliens admitted 
under special legislation were 8,162 immigrants 
who were displaced Netherlanders and natural 
calamity victims from the Azores. 

Shortly after the end of the fiscal vear, July 
14, I960', P.L. 86-648 became effective. It en- 




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abled the United States to participate in World 
Refugee Year, by providing that a certain 
number of refugee-escapees may be paroled 
into the United States ; it also extended for 
another year the time in which orphans may be 
admitted ; it extended the provisions of the Act 
on Netherlanders and Azores calamity victims 
for two years, and raised the maximum num- 
bers that could be admitted. 

The Act of September 22, 1959, provided 
that parents, brothers, sisters, or sons or 
daughters of United States citizens, and spouses 
and children of resident aliens who were reg- 
istered on a quota list prior to December 31, 
1953, and relatives of persons admitted under 
the Refugee Relief Act should be admitted 
nonquota. Under this provision 10,186 persons 
who had long awaited quota numbers were 
admitted. 

2. Nonimmigrants. Nonimmigrants are aliens 
admitted for temporary periods. In the past 
year 1,140,736 nonimmigrants, exclusive of 
border crossers, crewmen, and Mexican agri- 
cultural laborers, were admitted. 

(a) Crewmen. 1,707,992 shore leaves were 
granted to alien crewmen. Crewman inspections 
increased by a fourth, relative to last fiscal 
year, at Great Lakes ports. This is indicative 
of the effect of the St. Lawrence Seaway. 
Crewman landing permits, which serve both 
as a means of identification of cleared seamen 
and as a facilitator of inspections, were issued 
to 124,811 crewmen during the year, thus 
bringing to a total 245,093 crewman cards 
issued to date. Crewman turnover is so great 
that it appears that the issuance of these cards 
will level off at 100,000 to 125,000 per year. 

(b) Temporary Workers. 465,719 workers 
came into the United States during the fiscal 
year 1960. The bulk of these imported workers, 
427,240, were Mexican agricultural laborers. 
There were 19,967 other agriculturists, mostly 
from the West Indies, with 969 from Japan, 
and 213 Basque sheepherders from Spain. In 
addition, 7,431 persons of distinguished merit 
and ability, 2,964 industrial trainees, 1,869 
defense workers from the Philippines to Guam, 
and 6,248 other workers were admitted for 
temporary periods. 

(c) Visitors. The number of tourists or visitors 
for pleasure prompted, in part, by Visit U. S. A. 
Year, reached 671,075, a 12 percent increase 
over last year. About half these holiday visitors 
came from Europe, with largest numbers from 
Germany, United Kingdom, Italy, France, 
Netherlands, and Spain. Most of the others 
came from Western Hemisphere countries. 



Cuba was practically the only country from 
which there were fewer tourists relative to last 
year. 108,130 alien visitors for business also 
were admitted. 

(d) Students and Exchange Visitors. Educa- 
tion as a means to international understanding 
was furthered by the admission of 35,415 
students, substantially the same number as 
entered last year. 

Among them were 7,018 from Canada, 4,687 
from Mexico, 6,027 from other North America, 
3,732 from South America, 4,511 from Europe, 
8,058 from Asia, 858 from Africa, and 524 
from Oceania. 

In another important cultural exchange, 
25,233 exchange visitors were admitted to the 
United States. Largest groups were : Japan 
2,076, Philippines 1,609, Germany 1,556, United 
Kingdom 1,453, and India 1,377. These ex- 
change aliens benefit this country by presenting 
their own customs and by carrying back their 
impressions of our country, just as United 
States citizens participating in the exchange 
give to other countries a segment of the United 
States, in representing this country abroad. 

(e) Representatives of Foreign Countries. 
Foreign government officials — 32,569 ; repre- 
sentatives to international assemblies — 7,398 ; 
NATO officials— 633; and 1,808 representatives 
of foreign information media made up the 
group of nonimmigrants admitted to the United 
States in official capacities. 

(f) Other Nonimmigrants. Other aliens ad- 
mitted for temporary periods included 3,803 
treaty traders and investors and 118,291 alien 
travelers who passed in transit through the 
United States. 

c. Exclusion 

1. Inadmissible Aliens. The reasons for inspec- 
tion of aliens, of course, are to grant entry to 
those legally admissible ; to establish control to 
ensure the departure of aliens admitted tempo- 
rarily ; and finally, to exclude inadmissible 
aliens. 

In 148,436 cases aliens seeking admission 
were stopped at the ports of entry. Thus, for 
every 626 aliens admitted, one was refused 
admission. 

Among those not admitted were 20,633 crew- 
men refused shore leave, 88,995 would-be border 
crossers, and 38,397 other aliens who withdrew 
their applications for admission when advised 
that they might be inadmissible. 

There were only 411 cases in which aliens 
were excluded following formal exclusion pro- 



ceedings. Of the 53 born in Europe who were 
excluded were 10 subversives, and 19 who 
sought entry without proper documents. Most 
of the 333 born in North American countries 
were excluded because they lacked proper 
documents for entry. Included were 42 born in 
Canada, 96 in Mexico, and 142 born in Cuba. 

While the number of formal exclusions 
dropped from 480 to 411 the number of ex- 
clusion hearings completed by special inquiry 
officers increased by 21 percent relative to 1959 
and numbered 1,464. The increase was largely 
attributable to the influx of Cuban nationals 
who sought entry into the United States under 
a claim of "asylum." 

2. Waivers of Inadmissibility. The Act of 
September 11, 1957, provided for waivers of 
inadmissibility for close relatives of United 
States citizens. 1,116 waivers of exclusion were 
granted to aliens excludable on criminal or 
immoral grounds; 176 were denied. 236 waivers 
on grounds of documentary fraud were granted ; 
29 denied. Largest numbers of waiver appli- 
cations were from nationals of Germany, Italy, 
and Mexico. Over half of the waivers completed 
were acted upon in the overseas European 
offices. 

An alien formerly excludable as one of the 
subversive classes, who meets the criteria estab- 
lished by Congress for "defector," may be 
admitted if it is within the public interest. 
Detailed reports of 59 defectors were sent to 
Congress and the aliens admitted. 

The discretionary authority of the Attorney 
General to admit inadmissible nonimmigrants 
for a temporary period was exercised favorably 
in 4,357 cases. 

II. ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS 

a. Hungarian Parolees 

I). Adjustment of Status from Nonimmigrant to Immi- 
grant 

c. Creation of Record of I, awful Entry 

d. Suspension of Deportation 

e. Private Legislation 

a. Hungarian I'arolees 

With the adjustment of 5,067 Hungarian 
parolees during fiscal year 1960, virtually all 
of the 31, 0()() Hungarian Freedom Fighters who 
remained in the United States had been granted 
permanent resident status. The Act of July 14, 
I960, used the procedure adopted for these 
Hungarians by providing that paroled refugee- 
escapees may be adjusted to immigrant status 
after the two years' residence in the United 
States. 



b. Adjustment of Status from Nonimmigrant 
to Immigrant 

Under certain circumstances, nonimmigrants 
may apply for adjustment to immigrant status 
while in the United States. Several restrictive 
provisions to such adjustment were removed 
by amendment of August 21, 1958. The result 
was a 145 percent increase in such adjustments 
in fiscal year 1959. The increase in adjustments 
continued, but at a slower rate. The 11,216 
nonimmigrants whose status was changed to 
that of immigrants was 14 percent higher than 

1959. Of the total persons whose status was ad- 
justed there were 3,633 quota immigrants, 4,594 
spouses of citizens, 2,524 natives of Western 
Hemisphere countries and their families, and 
465 other persons. 

c. Creation of Record of Lawful Entry 

Under section 249 of the Immigration and 
Nationality Act, as amended, an alien who 
entered the United States prior to June 28, 
1940, may apply for the creation of a record 
of permanent admission. During fiscal year 

1960, 4,773 such records were created. In two- 
thirds of the cases the aliens had entered the 
United States prior to July 1, 1924. 

d. Suspension of Deportation 

Only 79 cases of suspension of deportation 
were submitted to Congress during 1960 fiscal 
year. 754 cases, most of them submitted pre- 
viously, were approved by Congress. Eight 
were rejected. 

e. Private Legislation 

3,069 private bills were introduced in the 
86th Congress, a reduction of 30 percent rela- 
tive to the 85th Congress. The most striking 
change was a 47 percent reduction in bills en- 
acted from 927 in the 85th Congress to 488 in 
the 86th. Most of the bills were introduced for 
relatives of United States citizens and resident 
aliens. The most common need for the bill was 
lack of available quota number. The reduction 
may be attributed : (1) to the authority granted 
by the Act of September 11, 1957 to adminis- 
tratively waive certain criminal and tubercular 
grounds of exclusion for close relatives of 
United States citizens and resident aliens; (2) 
to the amendment to section 245 of the Immi- 
gration and Nationality Act, as amended by the 
Ad of August 21, 195S. which increased the 
classes eligible for adjustment; (3) to the 
expansion of quota classes and nonquota classes 
made possible by the Act of September 22, 
1959; and (4) to the efforts of the Service to 
use administrative procedures to adjust status, 



thus obviating the need for action on the 
private bill. 

The 488 private bills enacted benefited 578 
persons. Of these 328 were from Europe, 192 
from Asia, and 58 from the countries of Africa, 
Oceania, and the Western Hemisphere. Bills 
for 690 aliens were acted upon adversely 
because such bills had insufficient equities ; for 
332 persons the bills were tabled because ad- 
ministrative relief was available. 



PRIVATE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY BILLS INTRODUCED AND ENACTED 
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III. ENFORCEMENT 

a. Deportable Aliens Located 

b. Cuban Situation 

c. Subversive, Criminal, Immoral 
vestigations 

d. Frauds 

e. Expulsion Proceedings 

f. Detention 

g. Deportation and Required Departure 
h. Criminal Prosecution 

i. Revocation of Naturalization 

a. Deportable Aliens Located 

70,684 aliens who were in the United States 
illegally were located by officers of the Service. 
Among them were 28,472 visitors, students 
and other nonimmigrants, 3,464 agricultural 
workers, 1,080 immigrants, 20,704 crewmen, 
240 stowaways, and 16,724 illegal entrants. 

The Service again placed emphasis on the 
potential of illegal entry on the seaways by 
developing contacts with entrepreneurs along 
the water fronts, masters, and shipping agents. 
Among the 20,704 crewmen found, were 17,741 
who, because their vessels did not depart from 



the United States within the legal time limit, 
were nonwilful violators. These were required 
to depart, but without formal deportation 
proceedings. Proceedings were begun against 
2,963 crewmen who wilfully deserted their 
vessels. 

The 240 stowaways located represented, 
except for 1956 (222), the lowest number since 
the war years of 1943 and 1944. Italian stow- 
aways and smugglers again predominated with 
87 stowaways located. One smuggling case 
involving nine Italian stowaways, two Nor- 
wegian crew members, and five Italians in Italy 
was successfully concluded. The court gave the 
stowaways suspended sentences in favor of 
deportation : the two crewmen pleaded guilty, 
and were each fined and given prison sentences. 
Information given by Service officers in Naples, 
Italy, enabled the Italian authorities to indict 
five persons for their participation in the 
smuggling operation. 

24 percent of the total deportable aliens 
found, or 16,724, entered illegally across the 
land borders, in small boats or planes ; 13,985 
were Mexicans. Although the St. Lawrence 
Seaway created a physical setting for increased 
surreptitious entries and the recent European 

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1 


ENTERED 
THROUGH 
PORTS OF 
ENTRY AND 
VIOLATED 
STATUS 


1 


1958 
1959 

I960 


r a 


35,691 


v 


1 


/ A ... 


43,739 


-y,~,-« 


n 


+ 22.8% 


r 


53.720 


: v 


1 1 1 1 1 , 1 , 1 , 1 



immigration into Canada seemed to portend 
attempts at illegal entry, the number of such 
entries of both Canadians and non-Canadians 
actually decreased from 2,578 in 1959 to 1,927 
in 1960. 387 surreptitious entries were made 
by small boats and planes. Significantly, the 
increase of over 100 such entries was along the 
Florida and Gulf Coast — nearest places to the 
scenes of unrest in the Caribbean. 

As avenues of illegal entry close, the growing 
problem becomes that of aliens admitted legally 
who stay in the United States illegally. The 
shifting pattern of alien violation of law from 
the illegal entries to violations after entry is 
shown graphically in the chart above. 




$** 



Patrolman clucks vessels in locks 
at St. Lawrence Seaway. 

b. Cuban Situation 

On January 1, 1959, when the government 
of Batista abdicated, the first of the fugitives 
closely connected with the Batista party arrived 
in Florida by air and small craft. For the next 
few months refugees continued to arrive who 
were, in varying degrees, connected with the 
Batista government. By the beginning of fiscal 
year 1960, however, the persons seeking entry 
from Cuba were chiefly those who had become 
disenchanted with the new power in control. 
Most of these entries as in past years were 
made with nonimmigrant visas. In a small 
percentage of cases Cubans who entered with- 
out documentation were paroled into the United 
States. 

Many of these persons were originally ad- 
mitted to the United States at Miami and they 
have continued to remain there, due to such 
factors as lack of funds, the existance of a large 
Latin American colony there, and the desire 
to remain close to Cuba either to await the entry 



of friends or relatives or to return to Cuba 
promptly if conditions change. Most of these 
nonimmigrants have not violated status since 
they are within the terms of their original 
admission. Others have technically violated 
their status — often by accepting employment. 
All of these persons are placed within the 
normal control systems either as nonimmi- 
grants, parolees, or deportable aliens granted 
a deferred departure date. 

The Service, however, has also been conscious 
of the very real threat to the security of the 
United States that the situation in the Carib- 
bean area engenders. 

Various controls were established to ensure 
that all undesirables would be excluded if they 
sought entry, or if such individuals were found 
in the United States to ensure that effective 
measures would be taken by the Service. 

When leaflets dropped from Florida-based 
planes supplied the Cuban government with 
fresh propaganda for charges against the 
United States Government, the Secretary of 
State requested the Attorney General to insti- 
tute departure control of all persons leaving 
by private aircraft for Cuba. As of June 30, 
1960, 57 persons connected with revolutionary 
activities and persons suspected of participating 
in counterrevolutionary activities were served 
with official notices not to depart to Cuba by 
private aircraft. Names are published, so that 
rental agents and operators of airfields are 
aware of those forbidden to fly. 

Since November 2, 1959, the Service has 
covered over 400 airfields and examined 116,041 
aircraft to prevent flights that would increase 
tensions. Departure control is exercised through 
a Flight Information Center in Miami, to which 
every pilot who plans a private plane flight to 




Cuba is reported. Before clearance is granted, 
the pilot and passengers are interviewed and 
the plane inspected. The Center also serves 
as a clearinghouse of flight information for 
other Federal agencies. 

c. Subversive, Criminal, Immoral and 
Narcotic Investigations 

Of the 2,399 investigations completed relating 
to individuals allegedly engaged in subversive 
activities, 304 concerned revocation of natural- 
ization, 851 were deportation cases, 929 were 
applicants for admission, and 315 were natural- 
ization cases. In each case in which deportation 
or revocation is sought, the investigation entails 
procuring evidence that the person involved had 
full knowledge and advocated the principles of 
the communist organizations with which he was 
aligned. The difficult burden of proof was eased 
somewhat in the past year by two decisions. On 
February 29, 1960, the Board of Immigration 
Appeals ordered communist John Chandler 
deported as a subversive. The board held that 
the court's finding for revocation in denatural- 
ization proceedings was determinative of that 
issue in deportation proceedings as well. This 
collateral use of the evidence will obviate 
lengthy administrative procedure in future 
cases involving communists whose citizenship 
has been revoked. 

In the other case, the Supreme Court held 
that Diamond Kimm, an applicant for sus- 
pension of deportation, had failed to prove that 
he was eligible for that discretionary relief if 
he invoked the Fifth Amendment when asked 
about his party membership. 

Nine aliens of subversive classes were placed 
under deportation proceedings. At the end of 
the fiscal year, the active deportation cases 
included 19 subversive or subversive back- 
ground cases in the process of adjudication, 
58 unexecuted orders of deportation, and 13 
cases in which application for suspension of 
deportation had been filed. 

A preventive measure used at both land 
borders is that of identifying subversive fol- 
lowers who are likely to seek admission to the 
United States. Necessary evidence was devel- 
oped in 23 Mexican cases and 53 Canadian 
cases; 19 were denied admission from Mexico, 
20 from < Canada. 

5,990 investigations of aliens in illegal status 
i use of criminal, immoral, or illicit narcotics 
activities were completed. 548 aliens v 
placed under proceedings for criminal, immoral, 
or narcotic activities; 7 cases were referred 
for revocation of naturalization. 



Successful criminal investigation is often 
thwarted for long periods, because the power- 
ful members of syndicated crime have financial 
and legal resources to delay deportation through 
administrative and court procedures for years. 
For example, two of the aliens who attended 
the Apalachin, New York, crime syndicate 
meeting in November 1957 were ordered de- 
ported early in 1958, but to date neither has 
been deported, so repetitious have been the 
administrative and judicial reviews in these 
cases. 

In the campaign to identify and make known 
to immigration officers those persons likely to 
seek admission at land borders but excludable 
because of criminal, immoral, or narcotic as- 
sociation, a total of 1,548 aliens were identified 
and sufficient evidence compiled to deny them 
admission should they attempt entry. 

d. Frauds 

When surreptitious entries are controlled, 
more and more aliens seek to give the appear- 
ance of legal status by fraudulent means. Too 
often, avaricious American citizens are party to 
the frauds. 

The use of counterfeit alien registration 
cards to prove permanent resident status by 
persons crossing the Mexican border was 
curtailed when the counterfeiters were identi- 
fied in Mexico City. The issuance of counterfeit 
nonimmigrant visas and Cuban passports, 
obtained for the most part in Miami, was 
another situation brought under control. The 
fraudulent document laboratory at El Paso 
continues to prove its value, not only to the 
Service but to consular offices, State Bureaus 
of Vital Statistics, and other law enforcement 
agencies. 

Sham marriages are another tvpe of fraud. 
For fees ranging from $200 to $1,000, United 
States citizens marry aliens from countries 
with oversubscribed quotas in order that the 
aliens may gain nonquota status, and hence 
admission to the United States for permanent 
residence. Marriage schemes involving: Portu- 
guese men in the area of San Diego, California, 
and Newark, New Jersey; Greek crewmen in 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; British West In- 
dians in New York City: and Puerto Rican 
citizens in Newark, New Jersey, were some 
that came to light. In three of the cases cited 
above the ringleaders have been convicted and 
received sentences and fines. The marrying 
aliens were deported. The others will come 
ire grand juries in the next fiscal year. 

The Service "Chinese Confession Program" 
was successfully continued. Under the program, 



Chinese "paper" citizens here unlawfully 
through the assumption of false identities and 
relationship to citizens are induced to disclose 
their true identities and status in this country. 
Those who cooperate are assisted, if at all pos- 
sible under the law, in adjusting their immigra- 
tion status here. For example, in the Northeast 
Region, 151 Chinese persons made voluntary 
confessions that implicated 158 other persons. 
These confessions also closed 327 positions on 
ficticious Chinese family trees, whereby, in the 
future, Chinese aliens might have claimed to be 
United States citizens through descent from cit- 
izen parents. There were 129 applications for 
adjustment of status, and 98 adjustments had 
been made by the end of the year. 




Investigator checks employees in Chinese restaurant. 

e. Expulsion Proceedings 

Formal expulsion cases referred to special 
inquiry officers averaged 1,000 per month. 
11,079 decisions were signed, with deportation 
ordered in the majority of the cases. 

At the end of the year, 5,101 active orders 
of deportation were outstanding. Among them 
were 1,527 for persons sentenced in penal 
institutions, 97 in mental institutions or hos- 
pitals, 423 awaiting transportation, 637 await- 
ing travel documents, 809 stayed because of 
litigation or private bills, and 1,608 adminis- 
strative stays including 890 cases that must 
be resolved in terms of claims of physical 
persecution. 

f. Detention 

6,094 aliens were taken into custody under 
warrants of arrest. Thev were then released 



under restraints or placed in detention, depend- 
ing upon whether they were considered a threat 
to national security or were likely to abscond. 
Other aliens were placed in detention while 
being assembled for deportation parties. 

The three detention facilities on the Mexican 
border were used as staging areas for Mexican 
aliens scheduled to be returned to the interior 
of Mexico, either by bus and rail, or by airlift. 

Basic procedures have been continually im- 
proved in order to expel deportable aliens from 
the United States as quickly as the merits of 
the individual cases permit. One of the results 
was an 11.4 percent reduction in average days 
detention per detainee at Service facilities from 
7.9 days in 1959 to 7 days in 1960. 

At the end of the fiscal year, 6,976 aliens 
under proceedings were on bond, supervision, 
or released on their own recognizance. 

g. Deportation and Required Departure 

59,625 aliens were either formally deported 
or required to depart in fiscal year 1960. 
52,796 aliens conceded deportability and gave 
assurance of intent to depart promptly. They 
were permitted to depart without formal 
proceedings. 

6,829 aliens were deported under formal 
proceedings, 651 on criminal, immoral, or nar- 
cotics charges. Among the criminals deported 
was Herbert Bulleyment, an alien whose 
lengthy criminal record includes convictions 
for narcotic violations both in the United States 
and Canada. 12 were deported for subversive 
activities, including Otto Verber, a convicted 
Soviet espionage agent, and Jo Ann Santiago, 
a fanatical communist who chose deportation 
to Cuba, rather than to her native Canada. 

52 of the 57 mentally or physically incom- 
petent aliens deported were transported on the 
Service plane especially equipped with medical 
facilities to care for the in-flight needs of the 
patients. The great majority of aliens deported, 
5,384, were either nonimmigrants who failed 
to maintain status or those who entered sur- 
reptitiously. 

Aliens who fall into distress in this country 
may request that they be returned to their own 
countries on condition that they will not again 
enter the United States. There were 95 such 
removals last year. 

h. Criminal Prosecution 

93 percent of the 2,589 completed prosecu- 
tions for violation of immigration laws resulted 
in convictions, with aggregate sentences of 
21,855 months and fines totaling $39,185. The 



policy of presenting for prosecution the most 
persistent violators or the violators of more 
serious crimes is reflected in the increasingly 
severe sentences. In 1953 the average imprison- 
ment per conviction was 4.3 months, in 1960 
it was 9.1. 

Of the 184 persons prosecuted for violation 
of nationality laws, 157 were convicted and 
received average sentences of 13.3 months. 150 
of the convictions were false claims to United 
States citizenship. 

i. Revocation of Naturalization 

Of the 18 suits for revocation of naturaliza- 
tion acted upon by the courts, 7 revocations 
were ordered, 11 denied. One of the three 
criminals whose denaturalization was ordered 
was Rafael Belvedere, a godson of Willie 
Moretti, notorious gambler and racketeer. The 
fact that eight out of the eleven cases in which 
revocation was denied were subversive cases 
serves again to prove the difficulties encountered 
in attempting revocation in such cases. 



IV. ALiEN ADDRESS REPORTS 

2,948,973 aliens reported their addresses to 
the Service in 1960, in accordance with statu- 



tory requirements. California, with 567,484 
aliens reporting, gained 39,209 over last year, 
and for the first time topped New York State 
(553,703). Michigan, with 141,719, had an 
alien population 26,201 less than that of last 
year, principally because the steel strike in the 
United States and improved economic condi- 
tions in western Canada impelled the movement 
of aliens back across the Canadian border. 

In general, the alien population of the 
Southern and Western States is on the increase, 
while States of the East, that historically have 
had a high alien population, are showing re- 
ductions. 



V. CITIZENSHIP 

a. Publicity 

b. Citizenship Education 

c. Naturalization Courts 

d. Persons Naturalized 

e. Derivative Citizens 

f. Loss of Citizenship 

a. Publicity 

The high immigration of the early 1950's 
has not induced correlative increase in natural- 



ALIENS WHO REPORTED UNDER THE ALIEN ADDRESS PROGRAM IN I960 
BY REGION AND COUNTRY OF BIRTH 




ization. Since apparently many aliens fail to 
seek United States citizenship because they do 
not know that they are eligible, the Service 
undertook a pilot project of inviting eligible 
aliens to apply for petitions of naturalization 
in 1959. The results prompted its extension to 
all qualified aliens who filed an alien address 
report in 1960. During the year 52,444 applica- 
tions to file petitions were received in response 




Naturalization posters used at National 
Citizenship Conference. 

to these invitations, of whom 14,991 persons 
were naturalized. 59 percent of these new citi- 
zens entered the United States prior to 1950 (25 
percent before 1920). Hence, this project ap- 
pears to be influencing long-term resident aliens 
who, otherwise, might not have become citizens. 

A new film "Are You a Citizen" was added 
to the Service portfolio. This film explains the 
educational and literacy requirements for 
naturalization and encourages attendance at 
citizenship classes. The film and the invitation 
program are typical of the ways in which the 
Service seeks to reach aliens who may hesitate 
to seek naturalization because they lack confi- 
dence in their ability to qualify. 

Each year, "Citizenship Day" and "Consti- 
tution Week" are formally proclaimed by the 
President of the United States as occasions 
set aside for observances to honor not only the 
newly naturalized citizens and the native-born 
citizen who has attained a voting age, but also 
to stimulate the rededication of all citizens to 
the ideals and principles upon which this nation 
was founded and built. Service officers acted, 
not only in an advisory or missionary capacity, 
but also participated directly in the planning 
of meetings and ceremonies. 



The cooperation of the courts permitted the 
Service to arrange for many final naturalization 
proceedings to be conducted on "Citizenship 
Day," and for the coordination of such pro- 
ceedings with observances held in the local 
community. 

Another factor that contributed to the out- 
standing success achieved in the observance 
of "Citizenship Day" and "Constitution Week" 
was the use of the Citizenship Day Bulletin. 
15,000 copies of this Service publication, a 
detailed practical guide to planning suitable 
ceremonies and assuring a maximum of par- 
ticipation therein, were distributed. 

b. Citizenship Education 

Citizenship education programs supplement 
and facilitate the naturalization process by 
preparing candidates for citizenship to meet 
the educational requirements of the law. Names 
and addresses of 199,090 newly arrived immi- 
grants and 78,421 applicants for naturalization 
were furnished local schools in order that they 
might be invited to attend citizenship classes. 
130,178 candidates for citizenship attended 
classes or enrolled in home study courses. 

Other classes were held at U. S. military in- 
stallations to meet the citizenship education 
needs of foreign-born dependents of servicemen. 

Some months ago Service officers stationed 
in Germany found that many alien dependents 
of servicemen assigned in Europe would more 
than welcome the opportunity to attend classes 
in preparation for eventual naturalization. To 
date, citizenship classes have been established 
at six military installations in Europe. 

133,210 copies of the various parts of the 
Federal Textbook on Citizenship were distrib- 
uted by the Service to candidates for naturaliza- 
tion, either through the public schools or the 
Government Printing Office. 

c. Naturalization Courts 

One effect of the fine cooperation between 
naturalization examiners and the courts has 
been the almost uniform responsiveness of the 
judges to Service requests for special final 
hearings in naturalization cases. The constant 
movement of military personnel and their 
alien dependents overseas and the foreign 
assignment of resident aliens frequently re- 
quire an accelerated naturalization in the public 
interest, and such special hearings become a 
necessity. 

The program to consolidate naturalization 
work in the larger courts in central locations 



10 



more convenient to resident aliens resulted in a 
further reduction in Federal and State courts 
from 721 to 684. All but four of these courts 
have accepted the designated examiner system, 
whereby officers of the Service conduct pre- 
liminary hearings and make recommendations 
to the courts concerning the petitioner's quali- 
fications for citizenship. This system saves 
time and expense and makes it possible for 
court ceremonies to be more meaningful and 
free from the congestion of the past. 

d. Persons Naturalized 

Guide lines given to naturalization examiners 
• resulted in improved quality and uniformity 
of decisions in nationality matters. This also 
contributed to the continued promptness in 
granting petitions of naturalization in the face 
of a 15 percent increase during the year. Of 
the 119,442 aliens who attained United States 
citizenship, 91,548 were granted to persons 
under the general provisions of the law. Under 
special provisions were 19,799 spouses of 
citizens, 6,149 children of citizens (many of 
them adopted orphans), and 1,946 others, 
primarily on the basis of military service. 

70 percent of the new citizens formerly owed 
allegiance to the following countries : Germany 
19,003, Italy 14,560, United Kingdom 11,303, 
Canada 10,215, Poland 8,021, Mexico 5,913, 
Japan 4,189, Ireland 3,673, Greece 3,413 and 
U.S.S.R. 3,372. 

Most of the 5,849 children under 18 who were 
naturalized came from Germany, Greece, Italy, 
Japan, and Korea — countries in which the 
orphan adoptions have taken place. Half of 
those naturalized, who were married to United 
States citizens, also came from these countries, 




New citizens sign their certificates of naturalization 
before the clerks of court. 



where many United States citizens have 
been stationed either on military or civilian 
assignments. 

e. Derivative Citizens 

26,906 certificates of derivative citizenship 
were issued in 1960, seven percent more than 
in 1959. 16,845 were aliens who derived citizen- 
ship through the naturalization of parents, or 
through marriage to a United States citizen. 
10,061 persons born abroad acquired citizenship 
through their citizen parents. 

f. Loss of Citizenship 

3,377 persons relinquished United States 
citizenship in 1960, 1,239 by voting in a foreign 
election, 962 by residence in a foreign state, 
and 625 through naturalization in a foreign 
state. 279 either renounced United States 
citizenship, or took an oath of allegiance to a 
foreign state. 259 either served in the armed 
forces or in a civilian capacity under a foreign 
state, and 13 expatriated themselves on other 
grounds. 

Practically all of the 124 certificates of 
citizenship revoked were revoked because nat- 
uralized citizens established residence abroad 
within five years of naturalization. 

Lost United States citizenship was regained 
by 457 persons, 98 percent of whom were 
women who expatriated themselves by marry- 
ing aliens prior to September 22, 1922. 

VI. EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT 
AND TRAINING 

Recruitment in universities and colleges for 
men interested in a career in the Service con- 
tinued. At the Border Patrol Academy, 105 new 
appointees in two thirteen-week sessions com- 
pleted courses in immigration and nationality 
law, Spanish, and enforcement methods. 182 
supervisors received advance training in spec- 
ific fields of operation and 40 officers attended 
a refresher course in Spanish. 

Six six-week sessions of the Officers Training 
School were conducted during the year with a 
total of 151 officers in attendence. The purpose 
of this school is to improve supervision and to 
develop potential supervisors. During the year, 
the curriculum was revamped to include a 40- 
hour course on management processes con- 
ducted by professors from George Washington 
University. 

12 new lessons were added to the Extension 
Training Course and the other lessons were 



11 



revised to make them more useful for self- 
improvement and for training throughout the 
Service. There were 1,643 active participants 
in the program. 700 certificates for completion 
of courses were earned. 

Among many other employee development 
projects were: the classes for 51 port recep- 
tionists at Idlewild Airport, New York, exam- 
ining officer and work simplification conferences 
at the regional level, production of a pilot film 
on Records Administration, and instruction on 
advanced techniques in ship search for officers 
stationed along the St. Lawrence Seaway. 



VII. ADMINISTRATION 

The Administrative Division supports the 
operations programs through its business and 
housekeeping functions. It keeps the records, 
compiles and analyzes statistical data, takes 
personnel actions, and acts in an advisory 
capacity in the fields of employee development 
and management analysis. (1) The Finance 
Branch, in addition to normal accounting 
responsibilities, arranged for space, admin- 
istrative support, personnel quarters and 
financial support for opening or expanding 
five overseas offices. (2) The Records program 
included : the integration of several active 
indexes into one master index in the Central 
Office (in the process G5.000 files were con- 
solidated with relating case files) ; the establish- 
ment of a Crewman Control Unit, that receives 
and disseminates information concerning de- 
serting or absconding crewmen, so that they 



may be quickly apprehended ; the screening of 
all active case files, and rehabilitation where 
necessary ; the indexing and screening of old 
field office case files, and forwarding a card for 
each case file retained to the master index in 
the Central Office ; and the installation of open 
shelf filing in a number of the largest district 
offices. (3) Through the application of new 
standards, many immigrant inspector and 
supervisory patrol inspector positions were 
upgraded. Other promotions continued to be 
made under the Service Promotion Board 
system, so that the best qualified available 
persons are chosen to fill vacancies. (4) The 
work measurement system proved an effective 
tool for the control of work loads in relation to 
personnel in all program and administrative 
areas. (5) Management improvement projects 
included work simplification studies, procedures 
for betterment of fingerprinting operations, 
forms and reports control, and surveys looking 
toward the mechanization of repetitive clerical 
operations. (6) Contracts were awarded by 
the Service for 12 new Border Patrol stations, 
and one new border station ; four of the five 
border stations for which the General Services 
Administration was awarded funds in 1957 
are now under construction; New York and 
Baltimore District offices, and the Regional 
Office at Burlington, Vermont, moved into new 
and much improved quarters ; under accelerated 
conditions repeater equipment and communica- 
tions systems were installed to support the 
"Skyward" operation in Florida. (7) Under 
the Incentive Awards Program 456 awards 
for suggestions, special acts, or superior per- 
formance were made. 




Right: This new Border Patrol 
station at Falfiirrias, Texas, 
ft/pities the 12 new stations 
under construction this year. 



Above: New Federal 

Building in Burlington, 

\'t., location of Northeast 

Regional Office. 



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TABLE 1. IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATE3: 
1820 - 1960 

^From 1820 to I867 figures represent alien passengers arrived; 1868 through 1891 and 
I89S through I897 immigrant aliens arrived; 1892 through 1894 and from I898 to the 
present time immigrant aliens admittedT/ 





Number 




Number 




Number 




Number 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 




persons 




persons 




persona 




persons 


1820 -1960^ 


41,840,961 


1852.. 
1853.. 


371,603 
368,645 


1888.. 
1889.. 


546,889 
444,427 


1922.. 
1923.. 


309,556 






522,919 


1820 


8,385 


1854. . 


^27,833 


1890. . 


455,302 


1924. . 


706,896 






1855.. 


200,877 






1925.. 


294,314 


1821-1830 


143,439 


I856. , 


200,436 


1891-1900 


3,687,^564 


1926.. 


304,488 


1821.. 


9,127 


1857.. 


251,306 


1891.. 


560,319 


1927.. 


335,175 


1822.. 


6,911 


I858.. 


123,126 


1892.. 


579,663 


1928.. 


307,255 


1823.. 


6,354 


1859-. 


121,282 


1893.. 


^39,730 
285,631 


1929.. 


279,678 


1821*.. 


7,912 


i860.. 


153,640 


1894.. 


1930.. 


241,700 


1825.. 


10,199 






1895.. 


258,536 
343,267 






1826. . 


10,837 


1861-1870 


2,314,824 


1896.. 


1931-1940 


528,431 


1827.. 


18,875 


1861. . 


91,918 


1897.. 


230,832 


1931.. 


97,139 


1828.. 


27,382 


1862.. 


91,985 


1898.. 


229,299 


1932.. 


35,576 


1829.. 


22,520 


1863.. 


176,282 


1899.. 


3U,715 


1933-. 


23,068 


1830.. 


23,322 


1864.. 


193,'H8 


1900.. 


448,572 


1934.. 


29,470 






1865.. 


248,120 






1935.. 


3^,956 


1831-1840 


599,125 
22,633 


1866.. 
I867.. 


318,568 
315,722 
138,840 


1901-1910 
1901.. 


8,795,386 


1936.. 
1937.. 


36,329 


1831.. 


4o7,9l8 


50,244 


1832.. 


60,482 


1868.. 


1902.. 


648,743 


1938.. 


67,895 


1833-. 


58,640 


1869.. 


352,768 


1903.. 


857,046 


1939.. 


82,998 


183^.. 


65,365 


1870. . 


387,203 


1904.. 


812,870 


1940.. 


70,756 


1835.. 


45,37^ 






1905.. 


1,026,499 






1836.. 


76,242 


I871-1880 


2,812,191 


1906. . 


1,100,735 


1941-1950 


1,035,039 


1837.. 


79,3^0 


1871.. 


321,350 


1907.. 


1,285,349 


1941.. 


51,770 


1838.. 


38,91^ 


1872., 


404,806 


1908.. 


782,870 


1942. . 


28,781 


1839-. 


68,069 


1873-. 


459,803 


1909.. 


751,786 


19*6.. 


23,725 


i84o.. 


84,066 


1874.. 


313,339 


1910.. 


1,041,570 


1944. . 


28,551 






1875-. 


227,498 






1945.. 


38,119 


1841-1850 


1,713,251 


1876.. 


169,986 


1911-1920 


5,735,811 


1946. . 


108,721 


181*1.. 


' 80,289 


1877.. 


141,857 


1911. . 


w,w 


19^7.. 


147,292 


1842.. 


104,565 


1878.. 


138,469 


1912.. 


838,172 


1948.. 


170,570 


1843.. 


52,496 


1879-. 


177,826 


1913.. 


1,197,892 


1949.. 


188,317 


1844.. 


78,615 


I880.. 


457,257 


1914.. 


1,218,480 


1950.. 


249,187 


1845.. 


114,371 






1915.. 


326,700 


1951-1960 
1951.. 
1952.. 


9 SIS 470 


1846.. 


154,416 
234,968 


1881-1890 
I881.. 


5,246,613 


1916. . 
1917.. 


298,826 
295,^03 


205,717 
265,520 
170,434 
208,177 
237,790 
321,625 
326,867 
253.265 


1847.. 


669,431 


1848.. 


226,527 


1882.. 


788,992 


1918. . 


110,618 


1953.. 
1954.. 


1849.. 


297,024 


1883.. 


603,322 


1919.. 


141,132 


1850.. 
1851-1860 


369,980 

2,598,214 
379.466 


1884.. 
1885.. 
1886.. 
1887.. 


518,592 
395,3^6 
334,203 
490.109 


1920.. 

1921-1930 
1921.. 


430,001 
4,107,209 


1955-. 
1956. . 
1957.. 
1958.. 


1851.. 


805.228 














1959.. 


260,686 














I960.. 


265,398 



1/ Data are for fiscal years ended June 30, except 1820 through 1831 and 1844 through 184-9 

fiscal years ended Sept. 30; 1833 through 1842 and 1851 through I867 years ended Dec. 31; 
I832 covers 15 months ended Dec. 31; 1843 nine months ended Sept. 30; I85O fifteen months 
ended Dec. 31; and 1868 six months ended June 30. 



13 



TABLE 2. ALIENS AND CITIZENS ADMITTED AND DEPARTED, 

BY MONTHS: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1959 AND I960 

^Data exclude border crossers, crewmen, and Mexican agricultural laborers7 



Period 



ALIENS ADMITTED 



Immi- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



ALIENS 
DEPARTED 



U. S. CITIZENS 



Arrived 



Departed 



Fiscal year I960 

July-Dec, 1959 . 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Jan. -June, i960 . 

January 

February 

March 

April 

May 

June 

Fiscal year 1959 

July-Dec, 1958 . 

July 

August 

September 

October 

November 

December 

Jan. -June, 1959 . 

January 

February 

March 

April -. 

May 

June 



265,398 



133,377 



23,338 
21,631 
22,848 
24,450 
20,627 
20,483 

132,021 



20,649 
19,188 
21,906 
22,611 
23,163 
24,504 

260,686 



123,472 



21,238 

19,751 
19,720 
21,485 
18,532 
22,746 

137.214 



31,^32 
19,758 
22,113 
20,165 
21,110 
22,636 



1,140,736 



1,406,134 



1,004,377 



1,920,582 



It 934, 953 



619.742 



110,216 

123,991 

130,648 

93,265 

75,641 

85,981 

520,994 



753,119 



526,532 



72,292 

65,049 

77,836 

101,645 

102,109 

102,063 

1.024,945 



133,554 
145,622 
153,496 

117,715 

96,268 

106,464 

653,015 



554,434 



110,178 

104,406 

115,058 

76,344 

70,517 

77,931 

470,511 



64,648 
53,353 
77,132 
83,435 
94,539 
97,404 



927941 

84,237 

99,742 

124,256 

125,272 

126,567 

1,285,631 



98,245 
88,433 
98,182 
82,628 
68,456 
90,588 

477,845 
62,069 
62,025 
72,674 
78,919 
90,893 

111,265 

_S85j912_ 



1,034,225 
198,880 
252,345 
202 , 982 
150,572 
119,476 
109,970 

886,357 



899,885 



127,033 
131,464 
144,458 
147,300 
158,292 
177,810 

1.804,435 



677.906 



131,416 

124,157 

134,778 

97,829 

89,049 

100,677 
607,725 



463,524 



96,080 

73,111 

99,245 

103,600 

115,649 

120,040 



86,133 
91,482 
79,353 
69,529 
60,468 
76,559 

422,389 
59,826 
53,505 
66,726 
63,859 
79,832 
98,641 



976,079 



189,470 
242,940 
188,348 
140,998 
109,133 
105,190 

828,356 
114,610 

116,907 
149,720 

139,397 
142,717 
165,005 



225,575 
185,773 
145,318 
121,698 
101,034 
120,487 

1,035,068 
135,833 
145,875 
145,797 
170,618 
177,804 
259,141 

1.739.046 



814,967 



201,112 
173,204 
128,860 

105,437 

91,280 

115,074 

924,079 
117,916 
127,525 
149,170 
144,352 
160,943 
224,173 



14 



TABLE 3. ALIENS AND CITIZENS ADMITTED AT UNITED STATES PORTS OF ENTRY: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1959 - I960 



Class 




Citizens 



Total number . . . • 
Border crossers 

Canadian 

Mexican 

Crewmen 

Others admitted 



Year ended June 30, I960 



161, 519, 07*+ 


92,955,503 


68,563,571 


15k, 034, 'too 


88,991,831 


65,042,519 


55,^94,307 

98,5^0,093 

2,530,961 

'+,953,713 


29,755,395 

59,236,486 

1,707,992 

2,255,630 


25,738,912 

39,303,607 

822,969 

2,698,083 



Year ended June 30, 1959 





156,695,687 


87,727,963 


68,967,724 




149,657,907 


84,127,330 


65,530,577 




52,331,912 

96,825,995 

2,550,634 

4,487,146 


28,497,753 

55,629,577 

1,692,893 

1,907,740 


24,334,159 




41,196,418 




857,741 




2,579,406 



15 



TABLE 4. ALIENS ADMITTED, BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWSi 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1956 - 1960 

/Data exclude border crossers, crewmen, Mexican agricultural laborers, 
Insular travellers, and returning residents and students and others entering without documents/ 



1959 



ALIENS ADMITTED 

IMMIGRANTS 1/ 

Quota Immigrants 

First preference quota t 

Selected immigrants of special skill or ability 

Their spouses and children , 

Second preference quota t 

Parents of U. S. citizens 

Unmarried sons or daughters of U, S. citizens 2/ 

Third preference quotai 

Spouses of resident aliens 

Unmarried sons or daughters of resident aliens 3/ 

Fourth preference quotai 

Brothers or sisters of U. S. citizens 

Married sons or daughters of U. S. citizens 2/ 

Spouses and children of brothers or sisters, sons or daughters 
of U. S. citizens 4/ 

Adopted sons or daughters of U. S. citizens 2/ 

Nonpreference quota 

Displaced persons - Sec. 4, Displaced Persons Act of 1948 

Foreign government officials adjusted under Sec. 13, Act of 

September 11, 1957 

Nonquota Immigrants 

Wives of U. S. citizens 

Husbands of U. S. citizens 

Children of U. S. citizens 

Natives of 'Western Hemisphere countries • 

Their spouses 

Their children 

Persons who had been U. S. citizens 

Ministers of religious denominations, their spouses and children .. 
Employees of U. S. Government abroad, their spouses and children .. 

Refugees - Refugee Relief Act of 1953 

Immigrants -Act of September 11, 1957 

Hungarian parolees - Act of July 25, 1958 

Azores and Netherlands refugees - Act of September 2, 1958 

Immigrants - Sees. 4 and 6, Act of September 22, 1959 

Children born abroad to resident aliens or subsequent to issuance 

of visa 

Aliens adjusted under Sec. 249, Immigration and Nationality Act 6/. 
Other nonquota immigrants 

NONIMMIGRANTS \J 

Foreign government officials 

Temporary visitors for business 

Temporary visitors for pleasure 

Transit aliens • 

Treaty traders and investors 

Students 

Representatives to international organizations 

Temporary workers and industrial trainees 

Representatives of foreign information media 

Exchange visitors • 

Returning resident aliens \J 

NATO officials 

Other nonimmigrants 



1.007.884 



321.625 



89.310 



1,946 
1,420 

2,843 



2,902 
4,064 

1,690 
431 



73,529 
485 



232,315 



21,244 

5,788 

4,710 

122,083 

1,398 

551 

44 

350 

2 

75,473 



686.259 



27,109 

72,265 

399,704 

65,214 

1,619 

28,013 

5,190 

17,077 

697 

17,204 

52,136 

31 



1.085.725 



1.101.029 



1.285.631 



1 .10^. 134 



326.867 



253.265 



260.686 



265.398 



97.173 



102.15? 



97.657 



101.373 



2,992 
2,739 



2,848 
3,783 

1,715 
1,443 



77,887 
94 



229,689 



21,794 

5,767 

4,798 

111,344 

1,584 

560 

58 

403 

8 

82,444 



701 



758.858 



3,941 
3,179 



2,719 
2,668 

2,903 
2,029 



82,030 
76 



151,112 



3,518 
3,109 

3,406 



3,409 
4,134 

2,162 
1,275 



76,638 
6 



163,029 



3,385 
3,681 

3,451 
376 

2,767 
3,225 

1,956 

425 

1,044 

55 

80,987 



164,025 



23,517 

5,833 

5,970 

86,523 

1,529 

523 

43 

435 

23 

1,012 

24,467 



926 

311 

847.764 



22,620 

6,913 

6,869 

66,386 

1,235 

575 

22 

558 

24 

198 

24,t)34 

25,424 

1,187 



1,228 

4,321 

635 

1.024.945 



21,621 

6,140 

6,454 

89,566 

1,454 

681 

36 

485 

27 

43 

7,448 

5,067 

8,162 

10,186 

1,458 
4,773 
424 II 

1.140.736 



28,498 

84,246 

453,514 

107,399 

1,740 

30,760 

6,406 

16,856 

960 

17,849 

10,6175/ 

13 



29,265 

81,405 

514,599 

99,190 

2,500 

34,848 

6,781 

24,402 

1,027 

20,349 

32,7473' 

638 

13 



30,701 

91,434 

597,982 

116,814 

3,036 
35,583 

7,607 
29,339 

1,198 
24,293 . 
85,9153/ 

1,043 



32,569 

108,130 

671,075 

118,291 

3,803 

35,415 

7,398 

38,479 

1,808 

25,233 

97,895 2/ 

633 

7 



1/ An Immigrant is an alien admitted for permanent residence. A nonimmigrant Is an alien admitted for temporary residence. 

Returning resident aliens who have once been counted as immigrants are included with nonimmigrants, although the immigration 

laws define such aliens as immigrants. 
2/ Prior to Act of September 22, 1959, all sons or daughters of U. S. citizens over 21 years of age were classified as fourth 

preference quota. Adopted sons and daughters with petitions approved prior to September 22, 1959 remained in fourth preference. 
3/ Prior to Act of September 22, 1959, Included only children under 21 of resident aliens. Adult sons or daughters of resident 

aliens were classified as nonpreference quota. 
4/ Prior to Act of September 22, 1959, classified as nonpreference quota. 
5/ Not comparable with previous years due to changes in documentary requirements. 
6/ Not reported prior to 1959. 
7/ Includes 1 foreign government official whose status was adjusted under Sec. 13, Act of September 11, 1957. 



16 



TABLE 5. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY PORT t 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1956 - 1960 



Port 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



1960 



All ports 

Atlantic 

Boston, Mass. 

Charlotte Amalie, V. I. 

Key West, Fla 

Miami , Fla 

Newark, N. J. 

New York, N. Y 

Philadelphia, Pa 

San Juan, P. R 

Washington, D. C 

Other Atlantic 

Gulf of Mexico 

Houston, Tex 

New Orleans, La 

San Antonio, Tex 

Tampa, Fla. 

Other Gulf 

Pacific 

Agana, Guam 

Honolulu, Hawaii 

Los Angeles, Calif. ... 

Portland, Ore 

San Francisco, Calif. . 

Seattle, Wash 

Other Pacific 

Alaska 

Anchorage 

Other Alaska 

Canadian Border 

Blaine, Wash 

Buffalo, N. Y 

Calais, Me 

Champlain, N. Y 

Chicago, 111 

Cleveland, Ohio 

Derby Line, Vt 

Detroit, Mich. 

Eastport, Idaho 

Highgate Springs, Vt. . 
Niagara Falls, N. Y. .. 

Noyes, Minn 

Port Huron, Mich. ..... 

Rouses Point, N. Y. ... 

St. Albans, Vt 

Sweetgrass, Mont 

Vanceboro, Me.- 

Other Canadian Border . 

Mexican Border 

Brownsville, Tex 

Calexico, Calif 

Eagle Pass, Tex 

El Paso, Tex 

Hidalgo, Tex 

Laredo, Tex 

Nogales, Ariz. 

San Ysidro, Calif 

Other Mexican Border .. 

All other 



321.625 



192.689 



3,104 

79 

1,230 

18,882 

97 

161,545 

3,794 

2,430 

187 

1,341 

3.709 



370 

1,434 

1,151 

572 

182 

16.600 



120 
6,922 
2,503 

26 
3,294 
3,661 

74 

540 



480 
60 

42.847 



3,798 

4,614 

1,318 

1,250 

1,317 

236 

590 

10,329 

311 

607 

3,358 

2,238 

2,190 

2,124 

971 

425 

786 

6,385 

65.240 



7,215 
1,528 
2,790 
19,272 
8,047 
8,967 
3,209 
9,987 
4,225 



326.867 



205.161 



253.265 



152.230 



260,686 



169.217 



3,722 

107 

1,409 

16,462 

7,802 

169,550 

2,322 

2,110 

88 

1,589 

3.547 



4,211 
137 

1,225 
17,151 

3,765 

120,751 

740 

2,198 
341 

1,711 

3.224 



4,812 

115 

819 

12,869 

22,406 

122,336 

1,222 

1,513 

460 

2,665 

2.910 



359 

1,473 

1,021 

498 

196 

20.045 



397 

1,562 

619 

504 

142 

20.929 



185 
8,771 
3,895 
34 
2,984 
4,083 
93 

413 



170 
8,121 
4,633 

207 

3,622 

4,116 

60 

277 



481 

1,269 

615 

360 

185 

28.236 



228 
9,822 
7,509 

328 
5,660 
4,518 

171 

274 



378 
40 

48.076 



266 
11 

48.344 



238 
36 

38.103 



4,679 

4,626 

1,566 

1,496 

1,953 

299 

576 

11,881 

564 

565 

3,116 

2,781 

2,335 

1,832 

877 

833 

1,183 

6,914 

49.549 



4,642 
2,405 
1,850 

10,071 
4,865 
7,559 
3,594 

11,786 
2,777 

71 



4,694 

4,769 

1,502 

1,692 

2,826 

467 

577 

12,189 

553 

576 

3,367 

2,023 

2,179 

2,066 

825 

775 

735 

6,529 

28.124 



2,867 
1,956 

509 
5,891 

997 
3,092 
3,419 
8,838 

555 

137 



3,645 

3,594 

1,142 

1,627 

3,822 

551 

314 

7,951 

470 

475 

2,854 

1,203 

1,572 

1,560 

706 

585 

575 

5,457 

21.759 



506 
1,752 

575 
4,881 

858 
2,656 
2,680 
7,190 

661 

187 



265.398 



155.430 



7,838 
226 

1,026 
16,119 

8,483 

116,683 

666 

1,529 
665 

2,195 

2.929 



599 

1,184 

621 

395 

130 

25.489 



308 
9,234 
8,582 

402 
4,293 
2,328 

342 

1.138 



1,094 
44 

49.047 



4,753 

4,332 

1,610 

2,026 

4,848 

696 

525 

11,424 

611 

652 

2,855 

1,323 

2,263 

1,628 

971 

643 

613 

7,274 

31.190 



1,470 
2,679 
1,111 
6,245 
1,517 
4,015 
3,366 
9,604 
1,183 

175 



17 



TAHU 6. 


IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY CLAijI , UNDEK THE IMMIGRATION 
COUNTHY OH KEi [ON OF BIHTHi YEAH ENDED JUNE .10, I960 


JMS AND 












Number 
admitted 


c. 

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01 

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c 

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c 

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nts under 




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of birth 


r- 

01 

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01 

I — 

7, £ 

.n ro 
CT D 

c 

■ ro 

n .-, 

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v a 

u oi 

■< Lb 


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u 

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01 
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: 65, no 


3/ 
101,37 1 


164,025 


2 1 . 62 1 


6,141) 


6,454 


B9.566 


2,1 


485 


7,448 


'.,067 


3.162 


10,186 


6.761 




139.670 


93.112 


46.558 


12.574 


3.839 


3.800 




1.527 


265 


4.443 


5.059 


4.176 


8.751 


2.124 




1,070 
1,066 
2,391 
1,19b 

754 
4 , 253 
31,'6B 
3,797 
7,257 
7,607 
14,933 

353 

402 
5,070 
2.533 
7,949 
6,968 

993 
1,737 
2,351 
1,896 

885 

24 , 643 

2,4/2 

2,/42 

1,225 

23.864 


1,349 
979 

1,8B6 

1,211 
564 

2,540 

25,040 

401 

969 

r,( 

5,703 

246 

336 

2,837 

2,324 

5,843 

432 

465 

284 

5,282 

1,705 

301 

24,016 

1,985 

1,051 

741 

4.136 


621 

67 

505 

284 

190 

1,713 

6,728 

3,396 

6.2BR 

6b 

9,230 

107 

14b 

2,233 

209 

2,106 

6,536 

528 

1,453 

69 

191 

584 

627 

487 

1,691 

484 

19.72S 


227 

31 

352 

189 

81 

1,226 

4,916 

858 

78 

10 

1,686 

30 

22 

230 

91 

653 

320 

85 

498 

17 

94 

159 

132 

95 

331 

163 

7,84f 


32 
3 
22 
36 
12 
54 
96 

785 

48 

1 

1,506 

13 

8 

62 

44 

197 

311 
38 

224 

6 

28 

122 
25 
36 

100 
30 

1.341 


85 

1 

27 

20 

9 

256 

1,320 

170 

7 

1 

574 

2 

10 

25 

13 

405 

568 

18 

104 

11 
17 
20 
4 
106 
25 

1.997 


- 


18 
22 
20 
17 
69 
! II 

24 

323 

6 

9 

39 

12 

76 

205 
23 

201 
15 
19 
4 

174 
37 
31 
19 

123 


3 
7 

5 
2 

10 
27 

37 
2 
2 

10 
6 

21 
2 
7 

58 
3 
2 

20 
6 

15 

7 

158 


124 

1 

2 1 
4 

35 

42 

82 

282 

1,152 

824 

20 

16 

2B0 

1 

365 

115 

168 

48 

16 

108 

1 

59 
559 
120 

2.367 


19 
23 

1 

1 

1 

4,886 

3 
58 

1 

1 

2 

61 


1 
3 

1 

2 

1 

1 

1 
1,539 

1 
2,610 
2 
1 
4 
2 

1 

1 

3.973 


7 

19 
6 

34 

22 

1,164 

24 

1 

3,988 

23 

14 

4 

89 

2,336 

99 

243 

3 

109 

28 

11 

437 

90 

907 


101 




B 




25 




15 




30 




27 




179 




94 




41 




45 




292 




11 




64 




44 




42 




296 




69 




30 




76 




22 




16 


Turkey {Europe and Asia) .... 


44 
239 


1. i, !.R. (Europe and Asia) . . 


228 
59 




27 




1.016 




3,681 
475 
391 

4,554 
429 

1,608 

5,471 
536 

1,507 
51 1 

2,954 

1 ,747 

85.075 


693 

91 

174 

171 

134 

1,275 

151 

203 

96 

108 

80 

910 

? . 00 1 


2,988 
384 
217 

4,383 
245 
333 

5,320 
333 

1,411 
403 

2 , 874 
837 

83,074 


1,027 

60 

58 

42 

43 

100 

3,887 

37 

649 

94 

1,481 

363 

608 


155 

14 

89 

9 

132 

72 

170 

105 

63 

80 

314 

138 

685 


307 

102 

9 

4 

5 

32 

461 

15 

98 

20 

847 

97 

560 


76.941 


12 

g 
7 
3 
1 

15 
7 

36 

17 
3 

13 

385 


20 

3 

8 

2 

3 

26 

44 

3 

7 

16 

13 

13 

23 


528 

144 
12 

382 
12 
51 

347 
64 

588 
65 
97 
77 

75 


8 


2 

1 

4 

3,938 

4 

2 
22 




176 
32 
12 

29 
28 
31B 
67 
1 
78 
89 
77 

319 


761 
19 




18 




3 




11 


Israel 


9 


Japan 


86 




6 

5 




31 




30 




37 




3.461 




30.990 

32.684 

8.203 

5,764 

6,661 

693 

13.048 


17 

2 

1 

1,606 

95 

280 

165 


30,973 
1 ,682 
8,282 
4,158 
6,566 
413 

12 . 8B3 


26 
14 
6 
510 
35 
17 

58 


9 

4 

3 

633 

11 

55 


5 

534 
16 
5 

15 


30,226 

30,359 

7,999 

1,675 

6,427 

255 

1 2 , 624 


365 
20 


1 

21 
1 

13 


1 
2 

62 

5 
3 


l 
7 


6 
2 


B 
3 
5 
225 
2 
76 

14 


696 




2,300 




269 




127 




35 




34 




9* 




2,878 
1,399 

2 ,9R9 

1,576 
1,607 

779 
1.820 

. . ' ' 


17 
3 

1 
1 

1 
142 

1.251 


2,861 
1,396 
2,988 

1,575 

1 ,607 

77R 

1,678 

1 . 2 '5 


3 

5 
3 
1 

11 
2 

33 


4 

3 
1 
4 
3 
40 


: 

3 

11 

56 


2,832 
1,380 

1,564 

1,534 

763 

1 .'■••' 


5 
50 


1 

12 
11 


1 

2 

520 


_ 


2 


3 
1 
1 

2 

7 

148 


17 




9 




26 




9 




8 




5 




20 




"1 




l ,061 
298 
355 

812 

1.179 


205 
221 

IHf 

639 

703 


856 

77 

169 

|73 

476 


12° 
78 

240 


• 
6 

■ 

63 


11 
9 
17 
19 

25 


- 


19 
1! 

11 

4 1 


9 

15 


503 

8 
9 

24 


- 


- 


121 

4 
23 

47 


2B 

5 




8 




17 




671 
241 

267 

36 


361 

140 


310 

101 
65 

31 


139 
67 
34 

1 


46 

14 

1 


20 

3 
1 


1 


12 
1 


7 
4 
4 


10 

14 

16 


- 


2 


1 ' 


9 




2 




6 




8 







\J I'll, ill 'p*; r omi',3 . 

I i I ^ 1 e^t inc. 

eign >•■ nment of f L< i Ls usti i < ■ 
et. 13, Act ol ■--. ■ -■■ er 1 1 » 1907, 



18 



Country or 
region of 

last 
permanent 
residence 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY CUSSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS AND COUNTRY OR 
REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE I YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Number 
ad- 
mitted 



Admissions or 
adjustments under 



u oj in 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) .. 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 



Asia 

China 1/ ... 
Hong Kong .. 

India 

Indonesia .. 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ .. 

Korea 

Lebanon .... 
Philippines 
Other Asia . 



North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies .. 
Central America .... 
Other North America 



South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 



Africa 

United Arab Republic . 
Union of South Africa 

Morocco 

Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 
New Zealand •■ 
Other Oceania 

Other countries 



265,398 



27 
101,373 



1 Lii:"_l 



21,621 



6,140 



7,448 



%067 



10,186 



1 2'J,J?i 



73.648 



2,219 
1,119 

240 
1,160 

508 

5,438 

29,452 

3,634 

5,166 

6,010 

13,369 

64 

77 

8,654 

2,391 

4,216 

6,766 

280 
1,397 
2,462 
1,952 

661 
20,875 

224 
1,448 

639 

21.229 



1,380 

1,760 

244 

302 

459 

4,478 

5,699 

442 

1,410 

712 

2,791 

1,552 

103.031 



46,668 
32,708 
8,126 
5,510 
6,719 
3,300 

16.494 



3,652 
2,684 
3,081 
1,570 

1,684 
1,974 
1,840 

2.057 



395 
379 
467 
816 



_L 



1,568 
324 
248 

26 



878 

890 

118 

933 

375 

2,862 

21,890 

446 

159 

5,957 

5,642 

32 

14 

2,413 

2,212 

2,858 

422 

127 

211 

2,351 

1,699 

288 

19,830 

70 

590 

381 

6.089 



46.773 



257 

147 
108 

23 

246 

3,909 

213 

179 

81 
186 

76 
664 

15,870 



13,366 
150 
129 
1,494 
174 
557 

2.815 



655 

1,095 

81 

29 

62 

589 

304 

1,293 



108 
305 
275 
605 



1.211 
239 
199 



1,341 

229 

122 

227 

133 

2,576 

7,562 

3,188 

5,007 

53 

7,727 

32 

63 

6,241 

179 

1,358 

6,344 

153 

1,186 

111 

253 

373 

1,045 

154 

858 

258 

15.140 



12.063 



1,123 

1,613 
136 
279 
213 
569 

5,486 
263 

1,329 
526 

2,715 
888 

87.161 



33,302 
32,558 
7,997 
4,016 
6,545 
2,743 

13.679 



2,997 
1,589 
3,000 
1,541 
1,622 
1,385 
1,545 

764 



287 

74 

192 

211 



116 

21 

67 

134 

63 

1,369 

5,441 

772 

13 

4 

1,605 

3 

3 

182 

69 

479 

294 

19 

441 

22 

87 

158 

340 

12 

239 

110 

7.774 



3.157 



257 

672 
24 
13 
52 

224 

3,990 

38 

594 

85 

1,383 

442 

1.191 



25 

439 



40 

18 

141 

66 



357 
85 
49 



26 

4 

5 

32 

10 

67 

93 

690 

10 

4 

1,302 

4 

1 

52 

38 

118 

264 

10 

163 

10 

32 

90 

68 

4 

50 

10 

1.229 



3.765 



4.959 



103 
30 

72 

107 

139 

170 

69 

57 

76 

281 

123 

1.355 



376 
31 
21 

625 
38 

264 



109 55 21 
56 11 2 

29 3 3 



35 
3 

19 

16 

9 

266 

1,348 

170 

1 

1 

572 

1 

6 

26 

14 

405 

562 

14 

104 

4 

11 

17 



1.979 



73 

305 

7 

3 

5 

42 

493 

14 

91 

21 

818 

107 



26 

3 

1 

531 

17 

29 



73 

8 

12 

1 

130 



76,708 



30,077 

30,354 

7,535 

1,769 

6,332 

641 

12.240 



2,698 
1,256 
2,925 
1,523 
1,584 
882 
1,372 



593 

24 

104 

310 

56 

11 



148 
86 
28 
8 
12 
38 
27 



1,059 

123 

8 

22 

25 

693 

425 

297 

39 

3 

1,085 

11 

538 
10 
83 

116 
32 
36 
45 



1.412 



5,367 
12 



2,610 
27 



200 

444 

10 

156 

II 

27 

378 

63 

571 

188 

97 

84 



97 

27 

1,161 

25 

1 

2,665 

5 



74 

2,191 

37 

205 



41 
113 



340 
71 



62 

6 
18 
11 
17 
26 

153 
70 
19 
28 

177 
8 
51 
39 
24 

197 
43 
14 
38 
13 
14 
28 

172 

121 



62 
99 



26 

75 

330 

' ■! 
4 
82 
87 
81 



415 
40 
13 
3 
9 
9 
65 
2 
5 
37 
25 
25 

4.579 



1,013 

7 

33 

208 

9 

2 



691 

2,095 

267 

33 

30 

1,463 

82 



83 
163 



1 

336 

30 



16 

15 

23 

6 

5 



79 
3 
5 

50 



13 
5 



1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

3/ Includes 21 foreign government officials adjusted under Sec. 13, 

Act of September 11, 1957. 



19 



TABLE Mi. 



ALIENS WHO ADJUSTED STATUS TO PERMANENT RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES 
BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe « 

Asia 

China \J 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia i 

Iran , 

Israel , 

Japan , 

Jordan 2/ , 

Korea , 

Lebanon , 

Philippines 

Other Asia , 

North America , 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Columbia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Union of South Africa .... 

Morocco 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries , 

X/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine 



Total 
adjust' 

ing 
status 



12.816 



45 
67 
114 

72 

90 

253 

980 

732 

5,064 

130 

1,034 

31 

81 

133 

129 

672 

190 

188 

352 

92 

111 

203 

966 

332 

458 

96 

3.533 



122 

31 
207 
159 
334 
120 
149 
118 
530 
349 

3.517 



402 

1,849 

17 

140 

1,066 

43 

1.538 



291 
114 
318 
172 
198 
151 
294 



135 
50 
35 
93 



100 
47 
37 



3.154 



76 

57 

52 

25 

26 

120 

749 

30 

103 

104 

132 

12 

13 

72 

56 

225 

30 

54 

20 

68 

69 

30 

759 

67 

165 

40 

901 



381 
17 
24 
17 
62 
55 
44 
34 
63 
7 
25 

172 



Quota immigrants 



341 
12 
5 



i en c 
i 'a 2 

R C" 



2.976 



73 
56 
46 
23 
24 

119 

739 
10 
91 

102 
94 
12 
12 
71 
53 

210 
25 
47 
13 
68 
68 
18 

755 
58 

154 
35 



7 
163 



9.661 



169 

10 

62 

47 

64 

133 

231 

702 

4,961 

26 

902 

19 

68 

61 

73 

447 

160 

134 

332 



265 

293 

56 



0) u 

' ao 



98 

14 

145 

104 

290 

86 

86 

HI 

505 

177 

3.4QQ 



401 

1,849 

17 

121 

1,065 

37 

1,512 



114 

318 
171 
1°8 
150 
271 



123 
16 
12 
27 



12 
2 



3 

25 

1 

1 



Nonquota Immigrants 



u c il 
<u o 6 

U1 C T-< 



15 
36 
36 
124 
162 
619 
38 

653 
9 
5 

51 

45 
156 
111 

50 

260 

9 

40 
135 

87 

37 
188 

36 

1.771 



310 

28 

81 

12 

145 

102 

207 

84 

83 

83 

485 

151 

1,0°' 



1 

12 

1,054 

21 

1.478 



287 
112 
310 
166 
194 
148 
261 

159 



110 
14 
12 
23 

_!_16 






90 
6 
24 
11 
26 
7 
62 
78 
36 
24 

244 
10 
62 
10 
28 

282 
46 
25 
72 
15 
2 
34 

119 

222 
43 
16 



610 
7 
15 
2 

2 

68 

2 

3 

20 
14 
23 



15 

107 

11 

8 



5.05° 



1 

1 

1 

4,886 



20 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED TO THE UNITED STATES UNDER THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 11, 

(P.L. 95-316), BY CUSS OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi 

SEPTEMBER 11, 1957 - JUNE 30, 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
number 



a a> 
u in 



o c 

p 

— it 

«-* a 

M —< Vt 



ES 



5S 



c 

4 y. 



c > 5 

£ £-2 
-5<*« a 



01 i/> 

> c 

E3 

Q.*-> 



ID 01 ' 



Adjusted status 



□ 10 



--< h 

w» o- 

a> ■*-. 

01 1-4 

co a 






All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden ■>■ 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia).. 

United Kingdom 

U.S. S.R. (Europe and Asia).. 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China y 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea * 

Lebanon « 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Union of South Africa .... 

Morocco 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 

l/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



2,^0 



20.019 



2,427 



1,563 



14,184 



1,207 



42,161 



571 

20 

189 

32 

95 

208 

593 

3,242 

5,523 

5 

21,150 

156 

131 

1,355 

34 

1,777 

345 

772 

449 

7 

72 

836 

68 

417 

3,388 

676 

11.824 



3,532 
660 
288 
980 
138 
482 

1,562 
420 

2,570 
196 
572 
424 

Z51 



100 

801 

3 

135 

2 

1 

2 

60 



2-971 



2 

5 

28 

22 

101 

2 



14 

5 

157 



691 

6 

2,048 

19 

73 

78 



217 

145 

3 

14 
6 
39 
1 
99 
14 
20 
12 



3 

9 

47 

73 

66 

1,044 
5 
6 

19 
2 

62 
7 

45 

80 

11 

148 

5 

13 

35 



-SlI 



10 
2 
10 
10 
11 
21 
83 
54 
64 

1,219 
6 
4 

14 
5 

53 
7 

36 

48 

2 

8 

131 

16 
9 

39 
6 



29 
65 

257 

252 
1 

759 

45 

22 

14 

6 

44S 
61 

156 
99 

3 
242 

4 
150 
114 
37 



32 
10 
22 

10 

36 

33 

89 

,619 

38 

4 

,972 

16 

6 

10 

16 

235 

113 

49 

72 

1 

7 

28 

11 

40 

296 

153 



2,421 



162 



21 

1 

1 

127 



325 
3 

167 
2 

3 
1 

4 

103 

1,060 

23 



1.027 



1,009 
6 
3 



35 
14 
17 
616 
33 
36 



_L2 



163 
12 
80 
4 
16 
35 
49 
11 
16 
12 
85 
34 

134 



198 

2 

6 

2 

14 

7 

288 

12 

4 

15 

48 

50 

120 



101 
11 
29 
10 
21 

113 
50 

159 
8 
30 
60 
50 



530 



225 

6 

30 

4 

27 

30 

27 

122 

4,693 

137 

49 

12 

286 

1 

552 

100 

268 

12 

3 

6 

168 

15 

99 

1,792 

429 

3.742 



111 
6 
2 

2 



2,163 

422 

5 

416 

2 

174 

85 

221 

54 

81 

13 

106 

27 



213 

1 

282 

2 

14 

11 



306 
41 
72 

3 
46 
30 
61 

3 
33 

7 
127 
28 



124 
3 



2 

107 
2 
8 



2 

11 

14 

215 

20 

5 



3 
2 

40 

1-759 



1,632 
21 
30 
76 

202 



Oil 



100 
4 
3 



120 



173 
8 
21 



-?X 



2 
1 
1,299 



1,295 



21 



TABLE 6D. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED UNDER THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 2, 1958 (P.L. 85-892), 
BY CLASS OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH: 
SEPTEMBER 2, 1958 - JUNE 30, I960 













in 








-o 


M 


•O ro 








0) 


ro 

c 


■H^"S 








M flj 


o 


>H S ° 






U) 

6 


ti H £ 

1 N 4 ri 




M != ro 






—1 .rl 


2 E 


5 • 8" <B 


Country or region 


Number 


ro v 


C < -M 
3 O 


<= o 
M 


3 =J M 


of birth 


admitted 


3 .H 
+J > 


l< o > 


yi !*-• 


, t*H ~ Q> 






10 


o 


c t) ro 


O m o 






c >. 


.„ c >• 


ro a> »h 








•p 


(/) 0) 4J 


•H O (/! 


^ 0) ™ c 








»> U -H 


M ro o> 


Si n 5 i- 1 






"■oE 


4) -I C 


»T)5 






u ro 


3 i-H ro 


jC a o 


2 >5 "il e 






O —1 


O -H ~H 




8 -H *L o 






N ro 


.9-33 « 


o «•< e 


a-x: JS m 






< o 


in o o 


2T3H 


w o c «k 




9.349 


1.466 


2.005 


2.037 


3.841 




4,150 

1,652 

3,465 

82 


1,463 
3 


1 

1,998 
6 


1,762 

260 

4 

11 


2,387 




1,392 








62 







TABLE 6E. ORPHAN PETITIONS APPROVED UNDER THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 9, 1959 (P.L. 85-253), 
BY TYPE OF ADOPTION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
number 



Personally 
adopted 
abroad 



Proxy 

adoptions 

abroad 



To be 
adopted 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Italy 

Poland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Other Europe . • . < 

Asia 

China 1/ 

Hong Kong ....... 

Japan , 

Korea 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Africa 

Oceania 

Other countries ... 



1-956 



835 



34 
41 
92 

191 
298 
63 
25 
36 
55 

1.070 



128 

99 

200 

560 

43 

40 

39 
7 
2 
3 



556 



267 



16 
38 
83 
85 
12 
11 

6 
16 

279 



8 

7 

148 

72 

24 

20 

8 
1 
1 



647 



149 



15 

3 
65 
13 

33 

7 
13 

495 



2 
4 
43 
436 
2 
8 

1 
2 



753 



AH. 



3 

3 

6 

41 

273 

19 

25 

23 

26 

296 



118 
88 
9 
52 
17 
12 

30 
4 
1 
3 



1/ Includes Formosa. 



22 



TABLE 7. ANNUAL QUOTAS AND QUOTA IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED! 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1956 - 1960 l/ 



Quota area 



Annual 
quota 2/ 



Quota Immigrants admitted 3/ 



1956 



1957 



1958 



""" 



1959 



1960 



All quota areas 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechos lovakla 

Denmark 

Estonia 

F i n 1 a nd 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain and Northern Ireland 

Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Ireland (Eire) 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Swoden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

Asia -Pacific 

China 

Chinese persons 

India 

Indonesia , 

Iran (Persia) , 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan and Arab Palestine 

Korea ■ 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

Africa ■ , 

Oceania 



154,887 



89.310 



97,178 



102.153 



^7,^57 



101.373 



149.597 



86.400 



94,001 



8.836 



94.325 



1,405 

1,297 

100 

2,859 

1,175 

115 

566 

3,069 

25,814 

65,361 

308 

865 

100 

17,756 

5,666 

235 

384 

100 

3,136 

2,364 

6,488 

438 

289 

250 

3,295 

1,698 

225 

2,697 

942 

600 

2.9QQ 



1,400 

1,098 

67 

1,361 

1,201 

123 

578 

3,014 

25,697 

22,695 

252 

514 

142 

6,235 

5,649 

173 

237 

52 

3,270 

2,391 

3,461 

427 

207 

176 

1,867 

1,750 

140 

1,406 

560 

257 

2.042 



1,452 

1,419 

48 

1,289 

1,137 

72 

568 

2,957 

25,041 

28,916 

262 

493 

134 

8,933 

5,454 

146 

204 

73 

2,994 

2,346 

3,138 

457 

213 

163 

2,289 

1,682 

134 

1,177 

526 

284 

1,936 



1,296 

1,135 

76 

1,955 

1,163 

79 

567 

2,829 

24,243 

29,338 

317 

739 

106 

10,312 

5,366 

176 

304 

68 

2,997 

2,213 

5,302 

454 

274 

278 

2,252 

1,587 

205 

2,016 

883 

306 

2,098 



1,431 

1,140 

95 

3,002 

1,128 

138 

541 

2,979 

24,789 

22,652 

392 

954 

93 

7,251 

5,746 

263 

426 

82 

3,097 

2,267 

6,480 

453 

355 

292 

2,081 

1,604 

263 

2,878 

1,016 

437 

2.195 



100 
100 
105 

100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
185 
200 
100 
100 
100 
100 
1,400 

1,700 
600 



37 

90 

470 

105 

103 

66 

105 

101 

151 

215 

96 

97 

93 

113 

200 

559 

309 



59 

60 
267 
139 
105 
121 
102 
102 
159 
207 
102 
111 
74 
84 
244 

783 

458 



108 

85 

304 

109 

97 

141 

115 

103 

154 

194 

99 

91 

108 

105 

285 

796 

423 



87 
111 
371 
111 

98 
125 

94 
104 
129 
214 
106 
113 

95 

91 
346 

701 

436 



J_ 



97.850 



1,310 

1,069 

100 

2,541 

1,199 

100 

554 

2,908 

25,859 

27,034 

344 

805 

112 

7,479 

5,609 

217 

330 

78 

3,035 

2,345 

6,057 

427 

314 

236 

2,307 

1,717 

211 

2,422 

901 

230 

2.359 



86 

103 

454 

99 

104 

112 

103 

106 

142 

202 

94 

98 

89 

70 

497 

746 
418 



1/ 
2/ 



3/ 



Figures for certain countries have been revised in fiscal years 1956 - 1959. 

The annual quota was 154,657 in 1956; 154,857 in 1957; 154,957 in 1953; 154,357 in 1959; 

and 154,887 in 1960. On September 23, 1960, the total quota was increased to 155,987 

by the establishment of additional quotas for newly independent countries. 

Figures include adjustment of status cases. See Table 6B. 



23 



TABLE 7A. 



QUOTA IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY QUOTA AREA AND QUOTA PREFERENCESi 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 l/ 



Quota area 



Total 

quota 

Immigrants 



First 
preference 



Selected 

Immigrants 

of special 

skills 



Their 
spouses 

and 
chl ldren 



Second 
preference 



Parents 
of U.S. 
citizens 



Unmarried 

sons, 
daughters 
of citizens 



Third 
preference 



bpouses 

of 

resident 

aliens 



Unmarried 

sons, daughters 

of resident 

aliens 



Fourth 
preference 



Other rel- 
atives of 

U.S. 
citizens 



All quota areas 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia .... 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Great Britain and 
Northern Ireland 

Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

Asia-Pacific 

China 

Chinese Persons ... 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran (Persia) 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan and Arab 

Palestine 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

Africa 

Oceania 



101,373 



97.850 



1,310 

1,069 

100 

2,541 

1,199 

100 

554 

2,908 

25,859 

27,034 

344 

805 

112 

7,479 

5,609 

217 

330 

78 

3,035 

2,345 

6,057 

427 

314 

236 

2,307 

1,717 

211 

2,422 

901 

230 

2.359 



86 
103 
454 

99 
104 
112 
103 
106 
142 

202 

94 
98 
89 
70 
497 

746 

418 



3,385 



3,681 



3,451 



376 



2,767 



3,225 



2.901 



3.295 



3.210 



350 



84 

7 

10 

35 

60 

12 

16 

104 

108 

206 

73 

166 

1 

5 

1,069 

17 

11 

162 
40 

268 

33 

75 

56 

1 

103 

48 

45 

81 

5 

350 



42 

7 
7 
32 
34 
11 
21 
89 
141 

109 

55 

163 



1,620 
21 
13 

186 
19 
313 
22 
74 
44 

6 
99 
39 
64 
62 

2 

255 



54 

8 

5 

60 

12 

10 

18 

91 

148 

151 
73 
89 

3 

1,404 
36 
26 

29 

11 

472 

119 

71 

52 

2 

9 

51 

95 

105 

6 

167 



2.555 



2 
3 
3 

38 
6 
5 
2 

136 
2 
1 



83 

11 

6 

3 



1 
44 



24 



82 

7 
38 
54 
13 
46 
94 
195 

167 

31 

134 

5 
352 

16 
36 
1 
99 
62 

579 
76 
31 
15 
6 
43 
26 
72 

244 
31 

143 



2.928 



3 
12 
10 
31 
27 
36 
23 
26 
24 

27 
47 
20 
38 
17 
9 

73 
61 



5 
2 
19 
28 
16 
31 
31 
24 

28 
24 
25 

5 

7 
10 

82 

49 



13 
2 
6 

13 
5 

30 

22 
3 

26 

15 

1 

22 

2 

7 



47 

27 



20 

10 

1 

10 

15 

11 

6 

6 



23 
8 
7 
9 
5 
4 

44 
25 



57 

2 

6 

22 

25 

2 

45 

85 

210 

323 

43 

60 

1 

9 

888 
10 
18 
1 
42 
72 

530 

157 
23 
31 
3 
12 
12 
60 

154 
25 

215 



27 

27 

4 

7 

9 

6 

19 

16 

10 

46 
6 

16 
9 
6 
7 

57 
25 



3,480 



3.359 



103 

9 

15 

72 

44 

12 

77 

160 

393 

228 

68 

7 

6 

12 

31 

87 

1 

233 

38 

1,470 

1 

4 

9 

2 

45 

1 

147 

76 

8 

56 



4 
12 



10 

1 

19 
1 
2 

1 
1 



44 
21 



1/ Figures include adjustment of status casest See Table 6B. 
2/ Includes 21 foreign government officials adjusted under Sec. 
September 11, 1957. 



13, Act of 



24 



TADLE 8. IMJ. 


I CHANTS 


ADMITTED, BY COUNTRY OR REGTO 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, J 


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Al 1 countries 


265. 308 


21.040 


3.(150 


5_ ( nn 


19.97? 


4,414 


19.156 


14,079 


8j_173 


8,812 


3.914 


12.838 


142,841 




139,670 


11.833 


2.206 


2.674 


11.450 


2.588 


12.709 


9.018 


3.536 


5.914 


1.886 


4.839 


70.027 




1,070 
1,066 
2,391 
1,405 

754 
4,253 
31,768 
3,797 
7,257 
7,687 
14,033 

353 

482 
5,070 
2,533 
7,949 
6,968 

993 
1,737 
2,351 
1,896 

885 

24,643 

2,472 

2,742 

1,225 

23.064 


210 
116 
223 
213 

62 
272 
1,837 
225 
710 
911 
430 

61 

45 
425 
310 
639 

58 
130 
201 
393 
397 
140 
3,187 
277 
215 
146 

1.878 


10 

5 

12 

25 

17 

49 

64 

78 

33 

180 

552 

1 

7 

27 

20 

458 

537 

11 

21 

8 

11 

2 

45 

21 

87 

15 

100 


44 

27 

84 

45 

18 

75 

375 

115 

110 

138 

175 

9 

10 

123 

64 

188 

75 

31 

50 

63 

47 

38 

642 

70 

31 

18 

560 


103 

75 

199 

171 

50 

302 

3,354 

56 

237 

688 

197 

17 

25 

325 

325 

366 

147 

43 

38 

530 

326 

35 

3,542 

101 

104 

94 

1.122 


28 
26 
42 
47 
11 
51 

799 
25 
52 

199 
63 
5 
12 
81 
61 
79 
12 
13 
25 
68 
77 
14 

719 
44 
21 
14 

161 


188 

83 

303 

157 

76 

212 

2,597 

283 

1,041 

571 

2,094 

39 

66 

330 

294 

870 

286 

118 

101 

116 

133 

69 

1,949 

350 

267 

116 

745 


126 

89 
201 
101 

56 
197 
1,793 
284 
935 
814 
1,064 

34 

53 
234 
241 
611 
234 

66 
110 
127 
105 

51 

1,840 

244 

217 

91 

659 


69 

20 

52 

30 

23 

91 

903 

107 

146 

584 

149 

6 

6 

40 

95 

51 

249 

15 

31 

83 

51 

10 

631 

44 

37 

13 

128 


119 

36 

94 

67 

27 

229 

1,259 

271 

510 

615 

507 

9 

17 

125 

110 

178 

215 

41 

59 

137 

160 

21 

881 

74 

99 

54 

654 


10 

2 

4 

15 

10 

62 

45 

62 

25 

231 

330 

4 

16 

11 

271 

643 

6 

20 

3 

6 

1 

46 

14 

45 

4 

74 


49 

18 

84 

24 

10 

57 

663 

130 

537 

597 

929 

16 

40 

77 

123 

270 

406 

35 

66 

31 

21 

13 

367 

73 

153 

41 

304 


1,014 




569 




1,093 




600 




385 




2,656 




18,079 




2,161 




2,921 




2,159 




8,443 




156 




197 




3,267 




879 




3,968 




4,106 




484 




1,015 




792 




562 


Turkey (EuroDe and Asia) 


491 
10,794 


U.S. S.R. (Europe and Asia) 


1,151 
1,466 




619 




17.470 




3,681 
475 
391 

4,554 
429 

1,608 

5,471 
536 

1,507 
511 

2,954 

1,747 

85.075 


279 

40 

118 

320 

103 

100 

113 

83 

81 

57 

330 

254 

6.040 


12 

3 
9 
1 
4 
45 
10 

3 
6 
16 

598 


251 
6 
11 
95 
14 
20 
18 
40 
5 
15 
21 
64 

1.611 


155 
26 
35 

555 
24 
43 
42 
34 
15 
24 
67 

102 

5.928 


33 

2 

6 

25 

7 

10 

12 

22 

1 

8 

15 

20 

1.445 


63 

1 

10 

429 

22 

44 

22 

34 

5 

26 

32 

57 

4.863 


245 

2 

8 

233 

13 

27 

12 

14 

26 
32 

47 

3.653 


37 

7 
15 

4 

7 
1 

6 

33 
18 

3.923 


386 

6 

7 

67 

21 

4 

25 

10 

7 

13 

56 

52 

1.923 


9 

5 
4 

20 
6 

8 
9 
13 

1.925 


34 

13 

67 

11 

6 

47 

8 

3 

6 

34 

75 

7.510 


2,177 
392 




168 




2,735 




213 


Israel 


1,346 




5,108 




27 I 4 




1,390 




319 




2,319 




1,029 




45.656 




30,990 

32,684 

8,283 

5,764 

6,661 

693 

13.048 


3,545 
583 
771 
587 
401 
63 

1.625 


137 
362 
33 
11 
22 
33 

38 


766 
320 
303 

91 
101 
30 

350 


3,211 
801 
565 
480 
833 
38 

1.189 


840 

306 

164 

47 

74 

14 

163 


1,949 

1,529 

390 

547 

385 

63 

655 


1,141 
880 
646 
570 
386 
30 

643 


301 
2,564 
213 
297 
537 
11 

553 


795 
502 
223 
232 
152 
19 

253 


174 

1,658 

19 

53 

14 

7 

22 


1,314 

5,781 

77 

240 

61 

37 

165 


16,817 




17,398 


Cuba 


4,879 


Other North America .... 


2,609 

3,605 

348 

7.392 




2,878 
1,399 
2,989 
1,576 
1,607 
779 
1,820 

2.526 


437 
166 
340 
135 
220 
36 
291 

389 


10 
11 
6 
6 
3 

2 

6 


106 
25 

102 
31 
20 
18 
48 

92 


146 
106 
330 
171 
147 
53 
236 

200 


33 
21 
47 

8 
27 

3 
24 

37 


199 
65 

144 
97 
56 
14 
80 

128 


174 
40 
148 
107 
86 
9 
79 

87 


43 

46 
210 
102 

81 
9 

62 

17 


56 
23 
63 
18 
40 

51 
44 


3 
4 
6 
3 

4 

2 

2 


42 
25 
25 
13 
51 

9 

12 


1,629 




867 




1,568 




885 




872 




635 


Other South America .... 


936 

1.512 


United Arab Republic ... 
Union of South Africa .. 


1,061 
298 
355 
812 

1.179 


181 
67 
23 

118 

17? 


2 

1 
3 

3 


57 
8 
10 
17 

21 


86 
20 
27 
67 

83 


17 

7 
5 
8 

20 


38 
10 
12 
68 

55 


40 
7 
5 

35 

19 


5 
1 
2 
9 

16 


12 
3 
11 
18 

24 


1 

1 
5 


4 

2 
6 

8 


618 
175 
257 




462 




753 




671 
241 
267 

36 


99 
53 
20 

3 


1 
2 


12 

7 
2 

1 


50 
20 
13 


7 
8 
5 


24 
11 
20 

1 


8 
6 
5 


4 
2 
10 


12 
4 
8 


5 


3 
2 

3 


451 




128 




174 




31 







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TABLE 9. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY COUNTRY OH REGION OF BIRTH. SEX, AND AGE: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 





Total 
immigrants 








Mala 


6 












Country or region 
of birth 


Total 


Under 

5 
years 


5- 

9 

years 


10- 

19 

years 


20- 

29 

years 


30- 

39 

years 


40- 

49 

years 


50- 

59 

years 


60- 
69 

years 


70- 
79 
years 


80 
years 

and 
over 


Not 
reported 




265.398 


116.687 


12.299 


8,570 


17,668 


33,624 


22,888 


11,196 


6,408 


2.988 


886 


146 


14 




139,670 


58,049 


5.503 


3,719 


8,270 


16,491 


11,720 


6,185 


3,897 


1,709 


473 


75 


7 




1,970 
1,066 
2,391 
1,495 

754 
4,253 
31,768 
3,797 
7,257 
7,687 
14,935 

353 

l»82 
5,070 
2,533 
7,949 
6,968 

993 
1.737 
2,351 
1,856 

885 

24,643 

2,472 

2,742 

1.225 

23,864 


8».7 
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1,034 

651 

335 

1,1(08 

10,097 

1.937 

"(,172 

3.262 

7,780 

163 

249 

2,5'>2 

1,113 

3,668 

3,620 

455 

787 

666 

813 

i(06 

8,692 

1,094 

1,298 

545 

9,338 


82 

45 

1 

46 

21 

172 

1,854 

153 

117 

199 

536 

2 

571 
58 

167 

367 
4 
60 
49 
65 
14 

811 

3 

68 

38 

847 


36 

22 

6 

30 

21 

123 

806 
98 

225 

85 

468 

1 

314 

48 

271 

351 

8 

45 

32 

24 

25 

585 

11 

65 

19 

1,120 


128 

47 

96 

66 

58 

204 

1,716 

288 

644 

587 

1.351 

15 

23 

265 

129 

401 

775 

47 

56 

95 

44 

16 

935 

68 

154 

62 

1,684 


216 

131 

196 

254 

77 

455 

3,363 

664 

1,420 

1,500 

2,005 

9 

15 

559 

433 

406 

609 

78 

176 

226 

416 

62 

2,626 

90 
363 

142 

2,139 


206 
99 
373 
152 
71 
290 

1,401 
395 
859 
504 

1.455 
62 
71 
498 
239 
916 
640 
110 
235 
131 
200 
102 

2,023 
205 
329 
154 

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06 

38 

191 

59 

37 

88 

441 

144 

510 

218 

876 

28 

57 

221 

127 

797 

557 

87 

86 

69 

38 

73 

892 

256 

142 

67 

719 


41 

19 

112 

32 

26 

45 

308 

113 

293 

109 

728 

25 

46 

90 

42 

466 

251 

58 

71 

38 

19 

57 

524 

237 

110 

37 

574 


37 
13 
50 
9 
16 
26 

150 
57 
82 
47 

270 
14 
20 
19 
30 

192 
56 
48 
50 
19 
6 
37 

225 

171 
48 
17 

441 


13 

1 

8 

3 

8 

3 

47 

24 

21 

12 

74 

5 

17 

5 

7 

49 

13 

14 

8 

5 

15 
56 
42 
18 

5 

117 


2 
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1 

8 
1 

1 

17 

2 

3 
1 

1 

2 

5 

14 

11 

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2 




3,o8l 
475 
391 

4.554 
1(29 

1,608 

5.V71 
536 

1,507 
511 

2,954 

1,747 

85,075 


1,8<;9 
206 
211 

2, "(33 
271 
799 
824 
340 
364 
250 
959 
812 

41,391 


29 

77 

7 

93 

13 

145 

158 

18 

146 

23 

84 

54 

5.114 


87 

32 

2 

326 

13 

264 

141 

16 

73 

18 

91 

57 

2,990 


315 
28 
16 

430 
14 

195 

176 
44 
37 
34 

304 
91 

6,644 


191 

21 

85 

673 

130 

113 

105 

147 

60 

89 

219 

306 

12,164 


291 

23 

61 

586 

65 

49 

71 

75 

38 

43 

207 

178 

7.9U 


279 

8 

17 

244 
13 
16 
38 
21 
3 
10 

27 
43 

3,770 


328 

9 

8 

69 

9 

10 

60 
11 
4 
13 
18 
35 

1,712 


287 
6 

10 

11 
9 
5 

50 
6 
3 

13 
5 

36 

754 


59 
2 
5 

4 

2 

21 

2 

7 

4 

11 

268 


3 

1 
3 

1 
61 


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3 




30,990 

32,684 

8,283 

5. 76*. 

6,661 

693 

13,048 


141488 

17,282 

3,894 

2,709 

2,738 

280 

6,143 


2,712 

1,598 

419 

119 

264 

2 

635 


l|44l 
808 
283 
194 
263 
1 

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1,912 

3.074 

594 

471 

593 

822 


3,64l 

5,706 

957 

867 

953 

40 

2.365 


2.635 

3.349 

826 

605 

413 

83 

1,208 


i|4o6 

1,317 

505 

27L 
173 

98 

361 


569 

746 

235 

87 

47 

28 

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123 
449 
58 
78 
25 
21 

49 


36 
192 

15 
14 

5 
6 

17 


12 
41 
2 
3 
2 
1 

2 


1 




2 




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2 




2.878 
1,399 
2,989 
1,576 
1,607 
779 
1,820 

2,526 


1,467 
620 

1,286 
756 
833 
352 
829 

1.258 


136 
109 
144 
43 
51 
82 
70 

110 


134 
89 
82 

50 

27 

89 

54 

125 


127 
75 

193 

150 
97 
68 

117 

1?3 


523 
176 
544 
329 
436 
63 
294 

360 


371 
109 
214 
122 

181 
29 

182 

246 


136 
37 
60 
37 
20 
8 
63 


34 
18 
32 
14 
13 
9 
32 

? 8 


5 
4 

11 
6 
7 
3 

13 

24 


1 

2 
4 
5 
1 
1 
3 

6 


1 
1 


1 




1 




- 




- 




- 




- 




. 




1,061 
298 
355 
812 

1.179 


558 
150 
133 

417 

493 


27 
19 
21 
43 

85 


4B 

23 
23 
31 

88 


81 
19 
26 
67 

47 


127 
45 
30 

158 

104 


127 
26 
20 
73 

114 


86 

12 

7 

31 

24 


41 
4 
4 
9 

15 


15 
2 
2 
5 

11 


6 
5 


— 


- 




- 




- 




- 




. 




671 
241 
?67 

36 


275 

97 

121 

15 


59 
13 
13 

5 


63 

9 

16 

3 


20 

5 

22 

3 


44 
19 
41 

1 


59 
36 
19 

2 


10 
8 
6 

1 


11 
3 
1 


6 
3 
2 


3 

1 
1 


- 


- 




- 




- 




_ 







% 



Includes Formosa. 
Includes Arab Palestine. 



31 



TABLE 9. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY COUNTRY OH REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGEl 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 (CON'TD.) 



Country or region 
of birth 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania , 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Foland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia), 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia • ■ 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 1/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America .... 

South America ' 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America .... 

Africa 

United Arab Republic ... 
Union of South Africa .. 

Morocco 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia '. . . • 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

All other 



1148,711 



81,621 



1,123 

651 

1,357 

844 
"419 

2,8145 

21,671 

1,860 

3,085 

4,425 

7,153 

ISO 

233 

2,528 

1,420 

4,281 

3, 348 

538 

950 

1,685 

1,083 

I479 

15,951 

1,378 

1,444 

680 



1,812 
269 
180 

2,121 
158 
809 

4,647 
196 

1,143 
261 

1,995 
935 

43,68*4 



16,502 

15,402 

4,389 

3,055 

3,923 

413 

_6 1 905_ 



1,411 
779 

1,703 
820 
774 
427 
991 

1,268 



503 
148 
222 
395 

686 



"39S 

144 
146 

21 



1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



Under 

5 
years 



11,799 



5,09p 

9*T 

30 

1 

51 

15 

194 

1,670 

158 

89 

158 

468 



510 
65 

172 

305 
5 
49 
45 
62 
19 

817 

3 

58 

52 

1.048 



"IT 

94 

7 

82 

15 

132 

168 
17 

331 
35 
87 
56 

4,812 



2,598 

1,528 

336 

108 

239 

3 

641 



T5e" 
87 

131 
60 

55 

77 
73 

113 



5- 

9 

years 



8,953 



3,749 



33 

33 

3 

24 

19 

153 

823 

89 

229 

104 

492 

1 

290 
48 

230 

386 
10 
38 
30 
26 
16 

574 

9 

59 

30 

1. 100 



"67 

36 

5 

287 
13 

268 

169 
17 
76 
15 
79 
73 

3,377 



1,238 
293 
198 
256 

3 

53? 



10- 

19 

'ears 



23,708 



13,482 



176- 

77 

171 

138 

69 

312 

4,014 

321 

448 

1,304 

1,437 

7 

12 

309 

263 

4714 

720 

47 

77 

383 

75 

41 

2,251 

90 

182 

84 

1.597 



277 

22 

23 

373 

25 

185 

212 

40 

48 

36 

252 

104 

7.453 



2,383 

3,053 

612 

600 

802 

3 

915 



154 
73 
234 
152 
106 
67 
129 

183 



20- 
29 

fears 



53,593 



30,621 

-^ 

255 

437 

375 

108 

1,371 

9,958 

716 

819 

1,759 

1,613 

25 

36 

724 

597 

688 

615 

101 

394 

798 

615 

117 

7,442 

135 

382 

256 

6,084 



Tl5 

62 

68 

595 

47 

142 

688 

60 

560 

74 

748 

425 



13.701 



2,6 



5,461 
4,693 
1,297 
944 
1,284 
22 

2.511 



473 
262 
670 
298 
356 
99 
353 

424 



119 

39 

122 

144 

251 



130 
48 
73 

1 



30- 
39 
fears 



24,818 



13.213 



251 
114 
354 
132 
78 
486 

2,953 
305 
711 
524 

1,119 

44 

64 

408 

165 

1,088 
592 
126 
206 
207 
190 
75 

2,253 
289 
350 
129 

3.11*4 



324" 
26 
40 

475 

23 

55 

1,228 

35 

113 
44 

585 

166 

6.876 



2,406 

2,175 

965 

605 

655 

70 

1.282 



290 
155 
321 
119 
140 
60 
197 

219 



97 
26 
28 
68 

112 



4o- 

49 

year 



12.173 



6,659 



100 

48 

128 

82 

61 

131 

961 

119 

428 

267 

873 

34 

35 

180 

141 

6*41 

432 

87 

82 

111 

63 

67 

1,09*4 

257 

176 

61 

859 



256 
13 

14 

209 

9 

13 

115 

11 

11 

14 

153 

41 

3,931 



1,363 
1,164 
521 
339 
398 
146 

_563 



131 
57 

133 
69 
43 
36 
94 

120 



50- 

59 

years 



i.243 



5,135 



92 

57 

141 

29 

42 

110 

764 

95 

209 

187 

682 

30 

39 

73 

91 

483 

198 

86 

54 

69 

35 

86 

974 

324 

145 

40 

462 



9 
14 
70 
14 
10 
35 
8 
3 
22 
64 
32 

2,274 



612 
9*44 
249 
171 
188 
110 



303 

"55- 

33 

84 

4*4 

25 
12 
51 



60- 

69 

yearB 



4,080 



2,748 



82 
27 
90 
12 
17 
64 

415 

47 

114 

87 

330 

32 

30 

28 

39 

394 

72 

49 

40 

27 

12 

38 

407 

202 

73 
20 

196 



"ST 

6 

5 

24 

11 

4 

21 

4 

1 

15 

20 

24 

954 



213 
470 
83 
68 
80 
40 

128 



70- 

79 

years 



1.153 



r. 



9 

29 

1 

8 

18 

96 

9 

33 

32 

123 

15 

16 

6 

8 

101 

25 

24 
6 

14 
4 

17 
116 

53 

17 
7 

_§£ 



10 

1 
4 
5 

1 

10 
3 

5 

7 

10 

264 



123 
31 
18 
19 
11 

24 



years 

and 
over 



Not 
reported 



m~ 



119 



1 
5 

16 

5 

3 

14 

2 

1 

2 

10 

3 

3 

4 

1 

1 

3 

22 

16 

2 

1 



41 



15 

13 
2 
4 
2 
5 



16 



32 



rABLE 10. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY RACE, SEX, AND AGE t 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Sex and age 


All races 


White 


Chinese 


East 
I nd i a n 


Fili- 
pino 


Japa- 
nese 


Korean 


Negro 


Pacific 
Is- 
lander 


Number admitted ...... 


265 . 398 


244,192 


3.672 


468 


2,596 


5,636 


1,357 


7,237 


240 


Males 


116,687 


109,002 


1.873 


294 


845 


824 


313 


3,430 


106 


Under 5 years 


12,299 


11,587 


109 


11 


70 


143 


126 


242 


11 


5-9 years 


8,570 


7,892 


101 


15 


79 


150 


60 


256 


17 


10-14 years 


7,731 


7,031 


188 


15 


92 


119 


26 


255 


5 


15 years 


1,493 


1,380 


12 


1 


29 


15 


4 


49 


3 


16-17 years 


3,565 


3,320 


34 


8 


67 


23 


3 


106 


4 


18-19 years 


4,879 


4,562 


38 


6 


87 


20 


1 


161 


4 


20-24 years 


15,836 


15,042 


79 


37 


93 


35 


10 


521 


19 


25-29 years 


17,788 


16,826 


98 


85 


101 


72 


44 


545 


17 


30-34 years 


12,919 


12,110 


117 


44 


118 


42 


24 


451 


13 


35-39 years 


9,969 


9,365 


155 


25 


59 


33 


11 


314 


7 


40-44 years 


5.827 


5,442 


126 


9 


12 


25 


2 


210 


1 


45-49 years 


5,369 


5,067 


140 


9 


11 


19 


- 


121 


2 


50-54 years 


3,762 


3,511 


137 


5 


6 


34 


1 


66 


2 


55-59 years ...... 


2,646 


2,384 


183 


5 


10 


23 


1 


39 


1 


60-64 years 


1,801 


1,539 


166 


10 


6 


31 


- 


49 


- 


65-69 years 


1,187 


1,011 


125 


6 


1 


15 


- 


29 


- 


70-74 years 


592 


523 


43 


2 


4 


12 


- 


8 


- 


75-79 years ...... 


294 


262 


17 


1 


- 


10 


- 


4 


- 


80 years and over .. 


146 


135 


4 


- 


- 


3 


- 


4 


- 


Not reported 


14 


13 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Females ...... 


148,711 


135,190 


1,799 


174 


1,751 


4,812 


1,044 


3,807 


134 


Under 5 /ears ...... 


11,799 


10,878 


119 


16 


71 


154 


300 


248 


13 


5-9 years ...... 


8,953 


8,299 


94 


15 


66 


176 


70 


228 


5 


10-14 years ...... 


7,655 


6,992 


125 


7 


74 


122 


24 


306 


5 


15 years 


1,395 


1,278 


9 


3 


27 


13 


1 


64 


- 


16-17 years ...... 


4,690 


4,441 


34 


5 


40 


25 


3 


139 


3 


18-19 years 


9,968 


9,567 


80 


6 


81 


51 


15 


158 


10 


20-24 years 


31,838 


29,325 


342 


26 


304 


986 


270 


547 


38 


25-29 years 


21,755 


18,437 


248 


36 


353 


1,831 


253 


571 


26 


30-34 years 


14,829 


12,771 


173 


25 


328 


986 


82 


449 


15 


35-39 years ...... 


9,989 


9,026 


117 


14 


191 


269 


15 


353 


4 


40-44 years 


6,232 


5,660 


104 


5 


97 


82 


5 


272 


7 


45-49 years 


5,941 


5,522 


121 


8 


42 


42 


2 


200 


4 


50-54 years 


4,633 


4,365 


103 


2 


35 


22 


3 


101 


2 


55-59 years ...... 


3,610 


3,436 


61 


2 


19 


12 


- 


79 


1 


60-64 years ...... 


2,515 


2,402 


36 


1 


14 


17 


1 


44 


- 


65-69 years ...... 


1,565 


1,501 


21 


1 


4 


9 


- 


29 


- 


70-74 years ...... 


767 


734 


7 


1 


3 


9 


- 


13 


- 


75-79 years ...... 


386 


370 


3 


1 


2 


5 


- 


4 


1 


80 years and over . . 


175 


171 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


2 


- 


Not reported ....... 


16 


15 


1 


— 


- 


— 


- 


— 


- 



33 



TABLE 10A. IKIIIGRANTS ADMITTEDLY SEX, MAKITAL STATU3, AGE, ILLITERACY, 

/..ID major occupation (incur: year:: ended juhc jo, 1956 - i960 



Marital status, age , illiterates, 
-mil peculation 



1956 



1937 



1958 



1959 



immigrant aliens admitted . 
Sex and marital status: 



Males 

Single . . 
Married . 
Widowed . 
Divorced 
Unknown . 



Females .... 
Single • . 
Carried . 
V.'idowed . 
Divorced 
Unknown . 



Males per 1,000 females 

Median age (years): 

Both sexes 

Males 

Females 



Illiterates: 
Number l/. 
Percent. . . 



Major occupation group: 

Professional, technical, and kindred workers 

Farmers and farm managers 

Managers, officials, and proprietors, 

except farm 

Clerical, sales, and kindred workers 

Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers .... 

Operatives and kindred workers 

Private household workers 

Service workers, except private household... 

Farm laborers and foremen 

Laborers, except farm and mine 

Housewives, children, and others with no 

occupation 



Housewives 

Retired 

Students 

Children under 14 years of age 



Unknown or not reported 



321,625 



326,867 



253.265 



260,686 



156.410 



85, Wl 

67,707 

1,273 

1.17** 

815 

163.215 



76,112 

78,949 

6,642 

3,123 

389 

9A7 



25.9 
26.9 
25.0 



1,525 
0.5 



18,995 
5,727 

5,8l4 
23,413 
25,914 
19,036 
15, 347 
7,922 
9,050 
27,807 

I4?,l47 



66,596 

740 

14,947 

64,864 

15, ^53 



1 55,201 
87,236 

65, 114 

1,121 

1,428 

302 

171.666 

77,841 

83,716 

6,630 

3,287 

192 

90** 

25.7 
26.3 
25.1 



676 
0.2 



2*+, 489 
3,506 

6,127 

25,897 
26,976 
19,362 
11,457 
8,761 
4,585 
21,826 

159,346 



109.121 



71,571 
744 

16,125 
70,906 

14,535 



61,979 

45,245 

807 

819 

271 

144,144 



114,367 



62,903 

73,035 

5,596 

2,368 

242 

757 



25.3 
25.8 
24.9 



64,347 

47,482 

992 

1,252 

294 

^6. 519 



420 
0.2 



22,482 
2,221 

4,646 

22,140 

19,113 

12,405 

7,521 

7,362 

2,511 

11,100 

129.800 



62,268 

74,869 

6,184 

2,8ll 

187 

782 

25.4 
26.0 
25.0 



594 
0.2 



23,287 
2,187 

4,688 

21,475 

20,521 

16,031 

7,465 

9,641 

2,729 
11,937 

130,778 



62,380 

925 

12,688 

53,807 

11,964 



62,215 

1,168 

14,647 

52,748 

9,947 



1/ Immigrants over 16 years of age who are unable to read and understand some language 
or dialect. 



34 



TABLE 11. 



ALIENS ADMITTED AND CITIZENS ARRIVED AND DEPARTED: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1908 - I960 



Period 



1908 - I960 



1908-1910 1/ 
1911-1920 ... 

1911 

1912 

1913 

191 4 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 



1921-1930 

1921 .. 

1922 .. 

1923 .. 
192"+ .. 

1925 •• 

1926 .. 

1927 •• 

1928 .. 

1929 .. 

1930 .. 



1931-1940 

1931 .. 

1932 .. 

1933 .. 

1934 .. 

1935 •• 

1936 .. 

1937 .. 

1938 .. 

1939 .. 

1940 .. 



1941-1950 

1941 .. 

1942 .. 

1943 .. 

1944 .. 

1945 .. 

1946 .. 

1947 .. 

1948 .. 

1949 .. 

1950 .. 



1951-1960 

1951 •• 

1952 .. 

1953 .. 

1954 .. 

1955 .. 

1956 .. 

1957 .. 

1958 .. 

1959 .. 
i960 .. 



ALIENS ADMITTED 



tmmi- 
Krant 



16.498.195 



2,576,226 



5,735,811 



57587 
838,172 
1,197,892 
1,218,480 
326,700 
298,826 
295,403 
110,618 
141,132 
430,001 

4,107.209 



805,228 
309,556 
522,919 
706,896 
294,31'* 

304,488 
335,175 
307,255 
279.678 
241,700 

528,431 



97 

55 
23 
29 
34 
36 
50 
67 
82 
70 



,139 
,576 
,068 
,470 
,956 
,329 
,244 
,895 
,998 
,756 



1.035.039 



51,776 

28,781 

23,725 

28,551 

38,119 

108,721 

147,292 

170,570 

188,317 

249,187- 

?,515, 479 



205,717 
265,520 
170,434 
208,177 
237,790 
321,625 
326,867 
253,265 
260,686 
265,398 



Nonimmi- 
grant 2/ 



14.790,346 



490 



1.376 



151 

178 

229 

184 

107 

67 

67 

101 

95 

191 

1.774 



172 
122 
150 
172 
164 
191 
202 
193 
199 

204 

1.574 



1H3 
139 
127 

134 

144 
154 
181 
184 
185 
138 

2,461 



100 
82 
81 
113 
164 
203 
366 
476 
447 
426 

7,113 



465 
516 
485 
566 
620 
686 
758 
847 
1,024 
1,140 



741 



271 



713 
983 
335 
601 
544 
922 
474 
235 
889 
575 

881 



935 
949 
487 
406 
121 
618 
826 
376 
649 
514 

071 



54o 
295 
660 
434 
765 
570 
640 
802 
333 
032 

559 



ooTT 

457 

117 

641 

247 

469 

305 

006 

272 

837 

023 



106 
082 
714 
613 
946 
259 
858 
764 
945 
736 



ALIENS 
DEPARTED 



19.319,903 



1,495,638 
3,988.157 



518,215 
615,292 
611,924 
633,805 
384,174 
240,807 
146,379 
193,268 
216,231 
428,062 

2.694,778 



426,031 
345,384 
200,586 
216,745 
225,490 
227,755 
253,508 
274,356 
252,498 
272,425 

2,196,650 



290,916 
287,657 
243,802 
177,172 
189,050 
193,284 
224,582 
222,614 
201,409 
166,164 

2,262,293 



W77~ 

74,552 

58,722 

84,409 

93,362 

204,353 

323,422 

448,218 

430,089 

456,689 

6,682,387 



472,901 
509,497 
544,502 
599,161 
665,800 
715,200 
574,608 y 
710,428 y 
885,913 J/ 
1,004,377 3y 



U. S. CITIZENS ,4/ 



Arrived 



25.242,685 



660,811 



1.938.508 
269,128 
280,801 
286,604 
286,586 
239,579 
121,930 
127,420 
72,867 
96,420 
157,173 

3.522.713 



222,712 
2*0,563 
308,471 
301,281 
339,239 
370,757 
378,520 
( »30,955 
449,955 
477,260 

3.365,432 



439,897 
339,262 
305,001 
273,257 
282,515 
318,273 
386,872 
406,999 
354,438 
258,918 

3.223,233 



175,935 

118,454 

105,729 
108,444 
175,568 
274,543 
437,690 
542,932 
620,371 
663,567 



12,531,988 

760,486 

807,225 

930,874 

1,021,327 

1,171,612 

1,281,110 

1,365,075 

1,469,262 

1,804,435 

1,920,582 



Departed 



24.925.342 



342.60 



2.517 



349,472 
353,890 
347,702 
368,797 
172,371 
110,733 
126,011 
275,837 
218,929 
194,14? 

3,519.519 



271,560 
309,477 
270,601 
277,850 
324,323 
372,480 
369,788 
'♦29,575 
431,842 
462,023 

3.357.936 
4461386 
380,837 
338, >5 
262,091 
272,400 
311,480 
390,196 
397,875 
333,399 
224,727 

2,880,414 



168; 961 
113,216 
62,403 
63,525 
103,019 
230,578 
451,845 
478,988 
552,361 
655,518 

12,306.984 



667,126 

814,289 

925,861 

971,025 

1,096,146 

1,272,516 

1,402,107 

1,483,915 

1,739,046 

1,934,953 



1/ Departures of U. S. citizens first recorded in lyiO. 

2/ Excludes Mexican agricultural laborers and those admitted 

prior to March 8, 1957, border crossers and crewmen. 
3/ Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders. 
5/ Citizens arrived and departed by sea and air only. 



from the West Indies and Canada 



35 



TABLE 12. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, 

BY STATE OF INTENDED FUTURE PERMANENT RESIDENCE i 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1951 - 1960 



State of intended future 
permanent residence 

All States 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

Cali fornla 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia.. 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

U.S. terr. and pose: 

Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands 

All other 



1951 



205,717 265,520 170,434 208,177 



386 
159 
958 
384 

19,588 

1,035 

4,841 

328 

1,460 

2,923 

608 

294 

423 

20,562 

2,777 

1,639 

785 

637 

1,115 

809 

2,275 

8,134 

13,452 
2,710 

500 
1,721 

663 
1,273 

165 

500 
10,701 

315 

60,113 

1,069 

595 
7,926 

720 

1,274 

10,666 

938 

371 

487 

656 
5,533 
1,192 

511 
1,740 
3,415 

457 
3,162 

222 



2 

399 

42 

107 



1952 



697 

190 
1,269 

556 

26,599 

1,863 

5,212 

453 
1,865 
3,789 
1,148 

702 

449 

20,758 

3,473 

2,372 

1,137 

757 
1,729 

989 

2,321 

8,741 

15,489 

3,327 

444 

3,032 
869 

2,199 

269 

633 

14,531 

452 

78,212 

1,149 

1,078 

12,145 

898 

1,775 
13,772 

1,094 
537 
784 
876 

8,416 

1,485 
681 

2,157 

4,629 
663 

5,774 
276 



1 

347 
103 
354 



1953 



554 

156 

1,405 

278 

24,916 

848 

3,279 

270 

1,352 

4,405 

709 

613 

404 

9,202 

1,818 

842 

672 

565 

1,000 

1,035 
1,367 
6,578 

10,351 

1,709 
303 

1,363 
450 
462 
186 
507 

7,916 

701 

42,712 

696 

356 

5,082 
565 

1,334 

6,335 
904 
340 
225 
568 
14,115 

1,390 
589 

1,228 

3,571 
419 

2,093 
174 



14 
456 

83 
919 



1954 



237,790 321,625 326,867 



595 

155 

1,610 

311 

28,667 

961 

4,273 

268 

1,404 

5,326 

691 

821 

348 

11,669 

2,143 

938 

739 

624 

1,198 

1,273 

1.875 

7,901 

11,328 

1,765 

322 

1,577 

4i8 

582 

216 

666 

9,523 

1,324 

48,757 

773 

394 

6,266 

586 

1,281 

7,335 

951 

342 

241 

661 

27,700 

1,522 

558 

1,375 

3,308 

491 

2,494 

196 



50 
394 
137 
360 



1955 



1956 



604 

116 

1,580 

339 

33,704 

979 

5,222 

281 

1,322 

7,079 

803 

951 

348 

14,786 

2,093 

998 

723 

695 

1,131 

1,297 

1,844 

8,817 

10,448 

1,707 

359 

1,609 

524 

594 

274 

626 

11,919 

1,521 

55,536 

886 

385 

7,133 

647 

1,129 

8,655 

1,111 

451 

243 

664 

35,338 

1,147 

537 

1,343 

3,004 

603 

2,441 

220 



79 

412 

96 

437 



1957 



253,265 260,686 265,398 



746 

160 
2,428 

469 

50,447 

1,594 

7,183 

430 

1,846 

10,508 

1,282 

1,087 

455 

23,832 

3,400 

1,384 

1,210 

852 
1,541 
1,726 
2,717 
11,742 
14,209 
2,412 

446 
2,440 

586 

873 

274 

782 

16,017 

2,174 

70,700 

1,167 

421 
11,267 

890 

1,627 

11,618 

1,341 

626 

371 

977 

39,078 

1,387 

693 
1,835 
3,643 

827 
3,916 

207 



224 
618 

95 
845 



1958 



740 

180 
2,940 

408 

58,452 

1,826 

7,027 

512 

2,010 

11,182 

1,140 

1,384 

486 

25,238 

3,626 

1,266 

1,086 

953 
1,616 
1,794 
3,635 
11,260 
15,287 
2,718 

367 
2,424 

645 

777 

384 

890 

17,303 

1,586 

77,356 

1,118 

455 
12,149 

995 

1,798 

11,148 

1,158 

552 

292 

788 

22,285 

1,372 

781 
1,946 
4,678 

588 
4,197 

261 



165 
615 
151 
877 



1959 



726 
103 

2,658 

378 

51,201 

1,357 

5,940 

399 

1,803 

11,396 

1,279 

1,407 

42^5 

16,447 

2,419 

962 

931 

764 

1,798 

1,744 

2,464 

10,128 

9,727 

2,006 

394 

1,862 

497 

636 

311 

689 

13,420 

1,046 

59,605 

1,067 

330 

8,219 

927 

1,529 

9,062 

1,152 

539 

250 

754 

9,254 

1,096 

732 

1,815 

4,121 

621 

2,837 

133 



135 
696 
165 
911 



822 

249 

2,315 
471 

49,673 

1,737 

6,004 

429 

2,086 

9,26? 

1,376 

l,6lb 

441 

16,275 

2,949 

1,003 

1,094 

844 

1,999 

1,626 

2,592 

9,355 

8,243 

2,133 

481 

2,150 

495 

644 

408 

713 

15.807 

894 

64,698 

1,206 

358 

9,783 

941 

1,353 

10,296 

1,244 

580 

287 

921 

9,160 

1,229 

726 

2,012 
4,045 

666 
2,727 

201 



207 
675 
165 
520 



36 



TABLE 12A. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND STATE OF INTENDED FUTURE PERMANENT RESIDENCE: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



State of intended 

future permanent 

residence 



All 
countries 



Germany 



Ireland 



Italy 



Poland 



United 
Kingdom 



1/ 
China 



Japan 



Canada 



Mexico 



Cuba 



All 
other 



All States 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

Iowa 

Kansas 

Kentucky 

Louisiana 

Maine 

Maryland 

Massachusetts 

Michigan 

Minnesota 

Mississippi 

Missouri 

Montana 

Nebraska 

Nevada 

New Hampshire 

New Jersey 

New Mexi co 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming . . 

U.S. Terr. & Poss.! 
Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands .... 

All other 



265.398 



31.768 



7,687 



14.933 



7.949 



24.643 



3.681 



5.471 



30.990 



32 ,684 



8,283 



97.309 



734 

218 

3,129 

380 

61,325 

1,653 

5,769 

353 

1,942 

10,713 

1,222 

1,619 

464 

15,132 

2,373 

1,041 

969 

803 

1,443 

1,553 

2,399 

11,953 

8,271 

1,970 

421 

1,884 

467 

650 

489 

797 

13,611 

1,105 

60,134 

1,179 

358 

6,829 

891 

1,715 

7,933 

1,578 

554 

186 

803 

12,992 

949 

780 

1,743 

3,897 

605 

2,504 

201 



292 
848 
369 

1,206 



261 

23 
171 
138 
4,200 
352 
551 

75 
219 
694 
410 

71 

89 
2,356 
469 
272 
308 
351 
188 
117 
489 
935 
1,147 
463 
145 
527 

74 
194 

48 

93 

2,039 

131 

6,237 

377 

83 

1,280 

271 

252 

1,564 

95 
175 

74 

264 

1,088 

189 

44 
485 
561 
194 
817 

30 



23 



13 

4 

16 

4 

884 

21 

181 

11 

37 

64 

7 

3 

1 

711 

26 

15 

11 

5 

10 

14 

68 

855 

78 

30 

7 

40 

4 

7 

8 

24 

531 

2 

3,317 

7 

3 

106 

7 

20 

283 

41 

1 

1 

7 

86 

3 
39 
42 
12 
14 

1 



15 

2 

9 

5 

847 

35 

797 

18 

88 

75 

15 

4 

2 

1,001 

45 

32 

29 

15 

48 

11 

117 

805 

592 

17 

5 

74 

9 

16 

9 

12 

1,911 

17 

6,359 

26 

1 

429 

9 

32 

929 

121 

12 

9 
81 

8 
13 
32 
44 
28 
102 

1 



3 

4 

20 

3 

384 

17 

472 

10 

29 

83 

17 

1 

5 

1,318 

76 

24 

7 

7 

6 

6 

90 

300 

444 

44 

21 

8 

21 

5 

22 

918 

4 

2,552 

6 

4 

308 

5 

19 

425 

27 

1 
14 
49 

7 
20 
25 

8 
95 

1 



88 

21 
193 

64 

5,932 

144 

713 

72 
182 
753 
183 

38 

46 

1,236 

210 

126 

111 

88 
117 

93 

347 

1,143 

968 

229 

62 
267 

44 

89 

51 

82 
1,475 

79 

4,762 

161 

32 

886 

129 

142 

1,101 

96 

93 

27 
121 
527 
104 

54 
250 
454 

79 
248 

18 



2 

22 
2 



15 

6 

1,430 

16 

15 

2 

54 

15 

11 

101 

6 

146 

27 

7 

11 

4 

13 

1 

28 

121 

61 

14 

22 

19 

7 

8 

6 

1 

56 

7 

1,040 

4 

3 

52 

2 

38 

79 

15 

5 

10 

64 

7 

5 

15 

71 

4 

17 

10 



42 
2 
37 
25 
1,996 
83 
42 

9 

36 
95 
40 

360 
24 

193 
72 
48 
79 
44 
42 
26 
44 

108 

128 
68 
19 
56 
37 
20 
27 
16 
88 
62 

249 
75 
20 

144 
52 
73 

192 
16 
41 
16 
42 

177 

32 

7 

67 

186 
31 
68 
10 



40 

90 

484 

20 

8,481 

138 

811 

22 

85 

2,090 

101 

229 

118 

788 

284 

116 

67 

70 

69 

1,132 

153 

2,629 

2,034 

405 

29 

172 

153 

41 

70 

400 

681 

62 

2,922 

116 

115 

741 

97 

422 

477 

157 

32 

18 

66 

344 

154 

561 

136 

1,260 

27 

223 

22 



31 
1 

1,004 



10 

3 

1,817 

13 

16,718 

243 

14 

28 

89 

5 

5 

22 

2,201 

245 

41 

92 

10 

54 

10 

24 

26 

231 

40 

15 

70 

13 

72 

121 

3 

42 

553 

303 

7 

1 

78 

45 

63 

58 

1 

4 

1 

9 

9,039 

23 

2 

11 

57 

3 

84 

20 



34 



19 

4 

6 

6 

200 

8 

118 

13 

94 

3,294 

47 

2 
239 

14 

17 

4 

7 

72 

6 

51 

72 

44 

4 

I 

22 

2 

4 

3 

682 

11 

2,691 

27 

53 

5 

1 

95 

11 



21 
80 



32 
3 
3 
6 



1 

166 
2 



11 



239 

65 

361 

96 

20,253 

596 

2,055 
128 

1,090 

3,461 
386 
807 
149 

4,943 
905 
343 
250 
202 
824 
137 
988 

4,959 

2,544 
656 
113 
616 
118 
180 
140 
141 

5,188 

177 

29,702 

373 

96 

2,752 
269 
653 

2,730 

998 

183 

48 

234 

1,457 

432 

84 

656 

1,194 

216 

830 

88 



271 
515 
361 



57 



\J Includes Formosa. 



37 



TABLE 12B. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH AND RURAL 
AND URBAN AREA AND CITY i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 

,/Rurali Population of less than 2,500. Urbani Population of 2,500 - 99,999. 
Cities i Population of 100,000 or more/ 



Class of place and city 


All 
countries 


Germany 


Ireland 


Italy 


Poland 


United 
Kingdom 


China 

1/ 


Japan 


Canada 


Mexico 


Cuba 


All 
othsr 




265,398 


31.768 


7.687 


14,933 


7,949 


24,643 


3.681 


5.471 


30.990 


32.684 


8.283 


97,309 




22.515 


3.774 


248 


389 


198 


2.062- 


112 


781 


2.867 


5.556 


143 


6.385 




96.437 


13.476 


2.252 


4.975 


2.322 


11.161 


734 


2.138 


15.836 


13.223 


1.939 


28.381 




141.637 


13.781 


5.165 


9.503 


5.382 


11.000 


2.815 


2.344 


11.062 


13.818 


6.015 


60.752 




827 

517 

682 

14,354 

1,235 

798 

927 

3,114 

6,992 

773 

535 

830 

402 

1,942 

4,666 

590 

1,619 

10,704 

654 

1,127 

2,037 

669 

630 

339 

3,723 

721 

618 

364 

924 

1,122 

650 

221 

48,338 

232 

574 

580 

2,036 

599 

903 

2,439 

869 

479 

649 

2,856 

1,070 

1,306 

537 

1,707 

1,054 

10,103 

292 
848 
369 

3,300 


47 

41 

67 

816 

109 

112 

68 

121 

536 

157 

21 

41 

40 

219 

127 

48 

71 

1,365 

49 

198 

163 

69 

18 

38 

373 

128 

143 

32 

62 

88 

68 

19 

4,343 

24 

47 

149 

298 

112 

116 

396 

95 

34 

77, 

94 

121 

129 

127 

158 

355 

1,652 

1 
63 

1 

672 


7 

5 
14 
220 
25 
16 
14 
27 
138 

7 

5 
37 
19 
37 
14 

4 

3 
600 

4 

34 

288 

48 

2 
23 
37 

5 
17 
12 
47 
50 
13 

4 
2,786 
10 
36 
10 
44 

1 

4 

122 

46 

23 

10 

1 
14 
20 

16 
2 

244 

1 
21 


7 
3 
3 

164 
36 
16 
30 
91 
86 
9 
94 

124 

79 

88 

24 

7 

4 

769 
22 
69 

213 

27 

5 

18 

386 

9 

54 

53 

128 

228 

179 
29 
4,889 
58 
98 
21 

133 
21 
16 

298 

138 
76 
12 
12 
11 
13 
3 
19 
44 

587 

12 

54 


8 

6 

5 

159 

4 

3 

5 

7 

49 

11 

42 

78 

28 

29 

42 

3 

1 

1,159 

1 

70 

50 

13 

3 

26 

248 

29 

10 

34 

83 

89 

69 

28 

2,089 

14 

30 

15 

142 

12 

8 

173 

43 

3 

11 

1 

15 

6 

15 

71 

342 

5 
42 


104 

52 

99 

1,349 

76 

97 

63 

282 

552 

74 

35 

58 

48 

182 

151 

50 

38 

630 

33 

164 

234 

64 

16 

44 

412 

91 

56 

36 

35 

85 

46 

25 

3,088 

33 

69 

92 

197 

139 

72 

290 

123 

37 

56 

23 

67 

64 

48 

216 

74 

1,031 

2 

22 
2 

394 


5 

31 

6 

202 

88 

2 

65 

15 

699 

7 

1 

3 

1 

54 

6 

101 
100 

4 
19 
51 
4 
2 

36 
8 
10 

1 

11 

1 

980 

1 
3 
3 

10 

10 

29 

42 

13 

11 

1 

5 

35 

5 

6 

50 

12 

66 

6 
14 


10 

27 

34 

506 

45 

14 

63 

92 

203 

48 

1 

3 

7 

36 

14 

4 

360 

88 

12 

16 

10 

5 

1 

2 

21 

15 

15 

1 

1 

2 

3 

6 

147 

1 

o 

ii 

16 
13 
29 
38 
10 

5 
12 
15 
14 
23 

8 

72 

18 

245 

11 

1 

196 


265 

53 

168 

1,750 

138 

142 

136 

407 

582 

88 

44 

174 

31 

85 

424 

123 

229 

434 

25 

57 

333 

76 

19 

78 

940 

142 

41 

10 

17 

38 

26 

25 

1,158 

16 

17 

79 

156 

117 

243 

123 

64 

16 

48 

16 

64 

24 

51 

586 

48 

1,136 

31 
1 

1,193 


198 

53 

54 

4,233 

188 

81 

188 

1,384 

405 

65 

1 

1 

28 

24 

7 

5 

1,849 

14 

9 

4 

106 
17 
12 
1 
2 
5 
1 

240 

5 

6 

11 

6 

7 

13 

4 

200 

2,609 
383 
867 

10 

5 

46 

471 

34 
53 


2 
1 

87 
1 
5 
2 
8 

16 
3 

38 

17 
3 

94 

2,176 

211 

156 

47 

20 

35 

9 

1 

22 

4 

8 

36 

14 

102 

19 

4 

2,535 

3 

8 

1 

11 

3 

50 
5 
5 

11 
1 

38 
7 

2 

2 

192 

1 

166 

2 

17 


176 




244 

231 




4,868 




525 




310 




293 




680 




3,726 




304 




253 
295 




145 




1,090 




1,664 




133 




807 




3,554 




443 




471 




656 




354 




564 




109 




1,142 




273 




252 




149 




534 




424 




22S 




81 




26,083 




72 




259 




193 




1,018 




165 




379 




894 




328 




269 




211 




79 




308 




148 




284 
568 




382 




4,137 


U.S. territories and possesslonsi 


271 




515 




361 




644 







\J Includes Formosa. 



38 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY , FOR DECADES: 
1820 - I960 1/ 

^From 1820 to 1867 figures represent alien passengers arrived; 1868 to I89I inclusive and 
1895 to 1897 inclusive immigrant aliens arrived; 1892 to 1894 inclusive and from 1898 to 
present time immigrant aliens admitted. Data for years prior to 1906 relate to country 
whence alien came; thereafter to country of last permanent residence. Because of changes 
in boundaries and changes in lists of countries, data for certain countries are not com- 
parable throughout. J 



Countries 



1820 



1821-1830 



1831-1840 1841-1850 1851-1860 1861-1870 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria-Hungary 2/ 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 2/ 

(England 

Great (Scotland 

Britain (Wales 

(Not spec. 2/ 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway)^ . 
Sweden)-' 

Poland 5/ 

Portugal 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

U.S.S.R. 6/ 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 

India 

Japan 2/ 

Turkey in Asia 8/ 

Other Asia 

America 

Canada & Newfoundland %/ . 

Mexico 10/ 

West Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand .... 
Not specified 

See footnotes at end of table 



8,385 



7.691 



1 

20 

371 

968 

1,782 

268 

360 

3,614 
30 
49 



5 

35 

139 

31 

1 

14 



3 

'387' 



209 
1 

164 

2 

11 



1 
301 



1^3,^39 



599,125 



1,713,251 



2,598,214 



2,314,824 



98,817 



495,688 



1,397,501 



2,452,660 



2,065,270 



27 

169 
8,497 
6,761 

14.055 

2,912 

170 

7,9^2 

20 

50,724 

409 

1,078 

91 

16 
1^5 

2,477 

3,226 

20 

75 

3 



22 

1,063 

^5,575 

152,454 

7,611 

2,667 

185 

65, 3*+7 

^9 

207,381 

2,253 

1,412 

1,201 

369 

829 

2,125 

4,821 

7 

277 

40 



10 



48 



11,564 



.2,277 

4,817 

3,834 

105 

531 



16 
33,032 



39 



l 
33,424 



13,624 

6,599 

12,301 

44 

856 



5* 

69,911 



5,074 

539 

77,262 

434,626 

32,092 

3,712 

1,261 

229,979 

16 

780,719 

1,870 

8,251 

13,903 

105 

550 

2,209 

4,644 

59 

551 

79 



82 



35 
36 



11 



62,469 



41,723 
3,271 

13,528 

368 

3,579 



55 
53,144 



^,738 

3,749 

76,358 

951,667 

247,125 

38,331 

6,319 

132,199 

31 

914,119 

9,231 

10,789 

20,931 

1,164 

1,055 

9,298 

25,011 

83 

^57 

5 



^1,455 

41,397 

^3 



15 

7^,720 



59,309 
3,078 

10,660 

449 

1,224 



210 
29,169 



7,800 

6,73^ 

17,094 

35,986 

787,468 

222,277 

38,769 

k, 313 

341,537 

72 

435,778 

11,725 

9,102 

(71,631 

(37,667 

2,027 

2,658 

6,697 

23,286 

129 

2,512 

8 



64,630 

64,301 

69 

186 

2 

72 



166,607 

153,878 

2,191 

9,046 

95 

1,397 



312 

36 

17,969 



39 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES: 
1820 - I960 1/ (Continued) 



Countries 



1871-1880 



1881-1890 1891-1900 



1901-1910 



1911-1920 



1921-1930 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria) _, 
Hungary) — 



Belgium 

Bulgaria 11/ 

Czechoslovakia 12/ 

Denmark 

Finland 12/ 

France 

Ge rmany 2/ 

(England 
Great 
Britain 



(Scotland .... 

(Wales 

(Not spec. ^/ 



Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 4/ 

Sweden 4/ 

Poland 5_/ 

Portugal 

Rumania 13/ . . . . . 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

U.S.S.R. 6/ 

Yugoslavia 11/... 
Other Europe 



Asia 

China 

India 

Japan 2/ 

Turkey in Asia 8/ 
Other Asia 



America 

Canada & Newfoundland %/ '. 

Mexico 10/ 

West Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Other America 16/ 



Africa 

Australia & New Zealand 

Pacific Islands 

Not specified 14/ 



2,812,191 



5,246,613 



3,687,564 



8,795,386 



2,272,262 



4,737,046 



3,558,978 



8,136,016 



72,969 
7,221 

31,771 

72,206 
718,182 
437,706 

87,56'+ 
6,631 

16,142 

210 

436,871 

55,759 

16,541 

95,323 

115,922 

12,970 

14,082 

11 

5,266 

28,293 

337 

39,284 

1,001 



353,719 

20,177 

88,132 

50,464 

1,452,970 

644,680 

149,369 

12,640 

168 

2,308 

655,482 

307,309 

53,701 

176,586 

391,776 

51,806 

16,978 

6,348 

4,419 

81,938 

1,562 

213,282 

682 



592,707 

18,167 
160 



50,231 

30,770 

505,152 

216,726 

44,188 

10,557 

67 

15,979 

383,416 

651,893 

26,758 

95,015 

226,266 

96,720 

27,508 

12,750 

8,731 

31,179 

3,626 

505,290 

122 



2,145,266 

41,635 
39,280 

65,285 

73,379 
341,498 
388,017 
120,469 

17,464 

167,519 
339,065 
2,045,877 
48,262 
190,505 
249,534 

69,149 
53,008 

27,935 

34,922 

79,976 

1,597,306 

665 



123,823 



68,330 



123,201 

163 
149 

67 
243 



61,711 

269 

2,270 

2,220 

1,910 



71,236 



14,799 

68 

25,942 

26,799 

3,628 



243,567 



20,605 

4,713 

129,797 

77,393 

11,059 



404,044 



383,640 

5,162 

13,957 

157. 

1,128 



426,967 



38,972 



393,304 

1,913 

29,042 

404 

2,304 



3,311 

971 

33,066 

549 

1,075 



361,888 
179,226 

49,642 

107,548 

8,192 

17,280 



358 
9,886 
1,028 

790 



857 
7,017 
5,557 

789 



350 

2,740 

1,225 

14,063 



7,368 
11,975 

1,049 
33,523 



5,735,311 



4,107,209 



4,376,564 

(453,649 

(442,693 

33,746 

22,533 

3,426 

41,983 

756 

61,397 

143,945 

249,944 

78,357 
13,107 

184,201 

146, 181 

1,109,524 

43,718 

66,395 

95,074 

4,813 

89,732 

13,311 

68,611 

23,091 

54,677 

921,201 

1,888 

8,111 



2,477,833 



32,868 

30,680 

15,846 

2,945 

102,194 

32,430 

16,691 

49,610 

412,202 

157,420 

159,781 

13,012 

51,084 
220,591 
455,315 
26,948 
68,531 
97,249 
227,734 
29,994 
67,646 
28,958 
29,676 
14,659 
61,742 
49,064 
22,983 



192, 559 



21,278~ 

2,082 

83,837 

79,389 

5,973 



1,143,671 1,516,716 



742,185 

219,004 

123,424 

17,159 

41,899 



8,443 

12,348 

1,079 

1,147 



97,400 
29,907 
1,886 
33,462 
19,165 
12,980 



924,515 

459,287 

74,899 

15,769 

42,215 

31 



6,286 

8,299 

427 

228 



See footnotes at end of table, 



40 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES: 
1820 - I960 1/ (Continued) 



Countries 



1931-1 9^0 



1941-1950 



1951-1960 



Total 141 yrs. 
1820-1960 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 12/ 

Austria 7y 

Hungary 2/ 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 11/ 

Czechoslovakia 12/ 

Denmark 

Estonia 12/ 

Finland 12/ 

France 

Germany 2/ 

(England 

Great (Scotland 

Britain (Wales 

(Not specified ^/ 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 12/ 

Li thuania 12/ 

Luxembourg 17/ 

Netherlands 

Norway 4/ 

Poland 5/ 

Portugal 

Rumania 13/ 

Spain 

Sweden 4/ 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

u.s.s.r. y 

Yugoslavia 11/ 

Other Europe 

Asia 1£/ 

China 

India 

Japan 7/ 

Turkey in Asia 8/ 

Other Asia ...; 



528,431 



3^8,289 



2,040 
3,563 
7,861 

Ml? 

938 

1^,393 

2,559 

506 

2,146 

12,623 

114,058 

21,756 

6,887 

735 

9,119 

13,167 

68,028 

1,192 

2,201 

565 

7,150 

4,740 

17,026 

3,329 

3,871 

3,258 

3,960 

5,512 

737 

1,356 

5,835 

2,361 



15,3^4 



^,928 
496 

1,9^8 
328 

7,644 



1,035.039 



2,515.479 



621,704 

^5" 

24,860 

3,^69 

12,189 

375 

8,3^7 

5,393 

212 

2,503 

38,809 

226,578 

112,252 

16,131 

3,209 

8,973 

26,967 

57,661 

361 

683 

820 

14,860 

10,100 

7,571 

7,^23 

1,076 

2,898 

10,665 

10,5^7 

580 

548 

1,576 

3,! 



1.328,293 



31,780 



16,709 

1,761 

1,555 

218 

11,537 



59 

67,106) 

36,637) 

18,575 

104 

918 

10,984 

185 

'+,925 

51,121 

^77,765 

156,171 

32,854 

2,589 

3,884 

47,608 

57,332 

185,491 

352 

242 

684 

52,277 

22,935 

9,985 

19,588 

1,039 

7,894 

21,697 

17,675 

2,653 

584 

8,225 
8,155 



147,^53 



9,657 
1,973 

46,250 
866 

88,707 



4l,84o,96l 



34,574,632 
2,l«4 

4,275,847 

188,969 

66,335 

129,278 

351,^02 

903 

27,021 

684,928 

6,726,294 

2,909,614 

782,759 

92,192 

797,625 

487,189 

4,676,407 

^,962,375 

1,905 

3,126 

2,069 

320,896 

837,890 

432,311 

283,055 

159,060 

180,915 

1,249,810 

323,902 

159,106 

3, 3Mf, 479 

66,588 

48,198 



1,097,772 



^08,539 
13,607 
325,396 
206,447 
143,783 



See footnotes at end of table. 



41 



TABLK 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR D2CADE3: 
1820 - i960 1/ (Continued) 



Countries 



1931-1940 



1941-1950 



1951-1960 



Total l'4l yrs. 
1820-1960 



America 

Canada & Newfoundland S/ 

Mexico 10/ 

West Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Other America 16/ 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand . . . 

Facific Islands 15/ 

Not specified 14/ 



160,037 



108,527 

22,319 

15,502 

5,861 

7,803 

25 



354, 8o4 



171,718 
60,589 
49,725 
21,665 
21,831 
29,276 



996,944 



377,952 

299,811 

123,091 

44,751 

91,628 

59,711 



1,750 

2,231 

780 



7,367 

13,805 

5,437 

142 



l't,092 

11,506 

4,698 

12,493 



5,753.214 

J ' » 



3,555,398 
1,138,655 
619,787 
115,570 
234,761 
89,043 



47,519 

79,843 

21,280 

266,701 



1/ 



2/ 



3/ 
5/ 
6/ 

7 4 

2/ 

10/ 
11/ 



12/ 



13/ 
14/ 

15/ 



16/ 
17/ 



Data for fiscal years ended June 30, except 1820 to 1831 inclusive and 1844 to 1849 

inclusive fiscal years ended Sept. 30; 1833 to 1842 inclusive and 1851 to 1867 inclusive 
years ended Dec. 31; 1832 covers 15 months ended Dec. 31; 1843 nine months ended Sept. 30; 
1850 fifteen months ended Dec. 31 and 1868 six months ended June 30. 

Data for Austria-Hungary were not reported until 1861. Austria and Hungary have been re- 
corded separately since 1905, In the years 1938 to 1945 inclusive Austria was included 
with Germany. 

United Kingdom not specified. In the years 1901 to 1951, included in other Europe. 

From 1820 to 1868 the figures for Norway and Sweden were combined. 

Poland was recorded as a separate country from 1820 to 1898 and since 1920. Between 1899 
and 1919 Poland was included with Austria-Hungary, Germany, and Russia. 

Since 1931 the Russian Empire has been broken down into European U.S.S R. and Siberia or 
Asiatic U.S.S.R. 

No record of immigration from Japan until 1861. 

No record of immigration from Turkey in Asia until 1869. 

Prior to 1920 Canada and Newfoundland were recorded as British North America. From 1820 
to 1898 the figures include all British North American possessions. 

No record of immigration from Mexico from 1886 to 1893. 

Bulgaria, Serbia, and Montenegro were first reported in 1899. Bulgaria has been reported 
separately since 1920 and in 1920 also a separate enumeration was made for the Kingdom 
of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes. Since 1922 the Serb, Croat, and Slovene Kingdom has 
been recorded as Yugoslavia. 

Countries added to the list since the beginning of World War I are theretofore included 
with the countries to which they belonged. Figures are available since 192U for 
Czechoslovakia and Finland; and since 1924 for Albania, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. 

No record of immigration from Rumania until 1880. 

The figure 33,523 in column headed 1901-1910, includes 32,897 persons returning in 1906 
to their homes in the United States. 

Beginning with the year 1952, Asia includes the Philippines. From 1934 to 1951 the 
Philippines were included in the Pacific Islands. Prior to 1934 the Philippines were 
recorded in separate tables as insular travel. 

Included with countries not specified prior to 1925. 

Figures for Luxembourg are available since 1.925. 



42 



TABLE 14. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1951 - 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
1951-1960 



1951 



1952 



1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 



1957 



195B 



1959 



1960 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece •••■ 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China l/ 

Hong Kong 2/ 

I nd i a 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 3/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America .... 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America .... 

Africa 

United Arab Republic ... 
Union of South Africa •• 

Morocco 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia « 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries .......... 



2.515,479 



205,717 



265,520 



170,434 



208. 177 



237,790 



32 1. 625 



326,867 



253,265 



260,686 



265,398 



1.499.060 



29,680 
12,918 
28,808 
13,706 
6,678 
38,023 

345,450 
48,438 
64,546 
64,445 

187,994 
19,135 
11,861 
47,192 
24,667 

127,985 
20,434 
17,432 
10,727 
18,866 
17, 193 
6,845 

208,372 
46,501 
58,664 
22,000 

150.236 



161.531 



203.190 



96.351 



32,744 
3,114 
3,143 

10,117 
2,914 
9,352 

44,674 
5,112 
7,025 
3,372 

18,095 

10,574 

769.147 



274,926 

319,312 

78,330 

44,424 

44,642 

7,513 

72.166 



14,344 
8,871 

17,581 
9,539 
7,082 
4,133 

10,616 

16.569 



5,834 
2,101 
2,156 
6,478 

8.080 



4.647 
1,765 
1,668 

221 



2,777 
1,238 
3,863 
1,217 
646 
3,337 

26,369 
4,447 
4,922 
3,739 
7,348 

10,588 
4,028 
3,170 
2,378 

37,484 
1,048 
2,351 
510 
1,427 
1,408 
516 

12,491 

12,072 
8,254 
3,953 

4.631 



5,976 

1,539 

5,041 

1,345 

585 

3,454 

50,233 

7,084 

6,850 

3,796 

9,306 

4,459 

3,044 

3,143 

2,481 

33,211 

1,013 

4,915 

536 

1,478 

1,569 

441 

17,631 

12,754 

17,223 

4,033 

9.015 



1,821 

134 
96 
237 
261 
198 
284 
32 
220 
760 
588 

35.482 



20,809 
6,372 
1,393 
3,660 
1,970 
778 

2.724 



423 
359 
750 
363 
211 
173 
445 

831 



300 
131 
111 
289 

449 



274 

116 

59 

19 



1,421 
54 
153 
112 
223 
206 

4,517 
288 
127 
175 

1,066 
673 

48.092 



28,141 
9,600 
2,536 
4,187 
2,642 
986 

3.902 



506 
465 

1,140 
691 
349 
195 
556 

347 



263 
136 

77 
371 

451 



276 

140 

35 

23 



1,862 
1,335 
2,173 
1,273 

614 

3,216 

27,305 

1,603 

803 
4,655 
9,701 

294 

314 
3,042 
2,427 
4,395 
1,141 

468 

991 
1,750 
1,794 

269 

19,230 

1,832 

1,272 

2,587 

7.731 



111.463 



1,536 
98 
155 
115 
160 
421 

2,393 
304 
115 
261 

1,160 

1,013 

60.107 



28,967 

18,454 

3,509 

5,366 

3,056 

755 

4.691 



691 

501 

1,322 

945 
379 
220 
633 

1.046 



292 
147 
132 
475 

496 



333 
117 
46 

12 



2,072 

1,424 

2,235 

1,322 

681 

3,277 

32,935 

2,127 

1,163 

5,232 

15,201 

296 

401 

3,769 

2,420 

5,663 

1,636 

666 

964 

1,311 

1,686 

519 

19,309 

2,013 

1,432 

1,209 

11.335 



127.852 



2,770 
177 
308 
217 
249 
515 

3,777 
346 
254 
324 

1,633 
765 

77.772 



27,055 

37,456 

5,527 

3,472 

3,438 

774 

5.523 



932 
590 
1,202 
1,061 
515 
300 
923 

1.367 



444 
210 
179 
534 

706 



451 
154 
101 

11 



2,228 
1,117 
1,983 
1,321 

619 

3,411 

29,603 

6,311 

904 

5,975 

31,925 

425 

384 
3,732 
2,473 
4,697 
1,366 

988 
1,134 
1,546 
1,670 

566 

17,849 

1,731 

2,567 

1,322 

11.616 



175.883 



4,326 
1,370 
2,612 
1,413 
677 
4,308 

38,390 

10,531 
2,261 
6,483 

39,789 

856 

908 

5,134 

2,548 

8,453 

1,396 

2,328 

964 

1,906 

1,848 

764 

21,582 
3,984 
8,723 
2,329 

17.021 



185.427 



4,109 
1,520 
3,541 
1,373 
675 
4,180 

45,230 
4,952 
8,705 
9,124 

19,061 
1,077 
1,266 

12,416 
2,533 

11,225 
1,537 
2,573 
1,009 
2,294 
1,800 
771 

27,570 
4,657 
9,842 
2,387 

22.592 



138.842 



2,005 
1,164 
2,156 
1,492 
738 
4,100 

32,145 
3,079 
1,583 

10,383 

24,479 

319 

448 

3,711 

2,385 

6,607 

1,635 

805 

1,354 

2,224 

1,739 

1,046 

27,613 
2,114 
2,260 
1,258 

19.127 



158.801 



2,705 
160 
332 
185 
219 
471 

3,984 
411 
315 
276 

1,784 
774 

90.732 



23,091 

50,772 

9,294 

3,205 

3,683 

607 

5.599 



961 
773 
1,226 
839 
622 
347 
831 

1.341 



369 
187 
205 
580 

595 



333 
141 
121 

55 



4,450 
41 
314 
449 
227 
857 

5,586 

814 

703 

390 

1,873 

944 

119.417 



5,425 

546 

337 

3,091 

328 

1,275 

6,354 

994 

648 

411 

1,996 

1,187 

106.942 



29,533 

65,047 

14,953 

4,069 

4,981 

834 

6.846 



1,282 
970 

1,576 
739 
780 
458 

1,041 

1.626 



33,203 

49,154 

13,733 

4,323 

5,780 

749 

9.00: 



457 
211 
242 
716 

800 



2 , 053 

1,274 

1,961 

1,002 

824 

411 

1,472 

1.871 



530 
245 
260 
836 

1.016 



429 
173 

198 



519 
237 
260 

17 



3,213 

342 

513 

338 

433 

1,681 

6,543 

528 

1,604 

366 

2,236 

1,330 

80.788 



30,055 

26,712 

11,581 

5,181 

6,573 

686 

11.039 



2,665 
1,360 
2,891 
1,193 
888 
572 
1,470 

2.249 



707 

270 

251 

1,021 

1.210 



715 
222 
273 

10 



2,355 
1,145 
2,813 
1,450 
689 
4,487 

31,422 
4,507 

30,098 
7,371 

16,251 
468 
586 
4,005 
2,484 
8,301 
2,694 
1,345 
1,528 
2,079 
1,783 
1,068 

20,954 
2,872 
4,349 
1,697 

23.300 



139.670 



5,722 

844 

506 

960 

409 

2,057 

5,851 

607 

1,720 

438 

2,633 

1,553 

64.740 



23,082 

23,061 

7,021 

5,197 

5,808 

571 

9.792 



1,948 
1,180 
2,524 
1,130 
907 
678 
1,425 

2.865 



1,411 
266 
344 
844 

1.178 



646 
224 
308 

10 



1,970 
1,066 
2,391 
1,495 
754 
4,253 

31,768 
3,797 
7,257 
7,687 

14,933 

353 

482 

5,070 

2,533 

7,949 

6,968 

993 

1,737 

2,351 

1,896 

885 

24,643 
2,472 
2,742 
1,225 

23.864 



3,681 
475 
391 

4,554 
429 

1,608 

5,471 
536 

1,507 
511 

2,954 

1,747 

85.075 



30,990 

32,684 

8,283 

5,764 

6,661 

693 

13.048 



2,878 
1,399 
2,989 
1,576 
1,607 
779 
1,820 

2.526 



1,061 
298 
355 
812 

1.179 



671 
241 
267 

36 



1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Not reported separately prior to 1952. 

3/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



43 



TABLE 15. 



NONIMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1951 - 1960 



/bats exclude border crossers, crewmen, Mexican agricultural laborers, 
insular travellers, and returning residents and students and others entering without documents/ 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
1951-1960 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain . 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia ■••■•• 

Other Europe 



Asia 

China \J .... 
Hong Kong 2/ 

India 

Indonesia ... 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 3_/ . . . 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines . 
Other Asia .. 



North America 

Canada 

Me x i c o 

Cuba 

Other West Indies .. 
Central America .... 
Other North America 



South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 



Africa 

United Arab Republic . 
Union of South Africa 

Morocco 

Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australi a . . . . 
New Zealand .. 
Other Oceania 

Other countries 



1,02a. 945 



1.140.736 



67 
61 
27 
90 
29 

240 

464 
58 
39 
74 

298 
8 
11 

205 
83 

104 
23 
28 

141 
85 
92 
29 

796 
48 
29 
32 



61 

5 

41 

16 

17 

22 

132 

8 

16 

17 

64 

53 

>.665 



455 
879 
656 
429 
201 
43 



564 



115 



103 
31 
12 



,'» 



183.304 



471 
403 
482 
786 
565 
162 
065 
787 
845 
918 
568 
485 
507 
031 
992 
322 
302 
843 
644 
920 
281 
931 
386 
129 
175 
696 

18ft 



2,921 
4,280 
1,590 
5,084 
1,802 

16,419 

12,670 
4,615 
1,302 
3,303 
9,764 
404 
739 

10,307 
6,253 
7,743 
1,374 
1,845 
9,602 
5,473 
4,720 
1,920 

60,880 

5,098 

807 

:,3B9 

21.271 



204. (.79 



3,523 
5,815 
1,809 
5,634 
1,931 

18,427 

17,268 
3,097 
1,530 
4,077 

10,042 
394 
807 

11,212 
6,991 
7,886 
1,382 
2,076 

10,382 
5,857 
5,528 
1,862 

68,596 

5,122 

952 

2,479 

25.777 



207.181 



4,344 

2,352 

498 

826 

812 

5,585 

824 

183 

1,091 

2,917 

1,839 

205.377 



4,688 

274 

2,717 

B49 

804 

782 

6.034 

815 

808 

1,214 

3,600 

3,192 

224 .229 



3,793 
5,112 
2,185 
5,904 
2,042 

19,247 

19,650 
3,414 
2,049 
4,669 

12,125 
497 
888 

11,589 
6,979 
8,347 
1,496 
2,046 

11,513 
6,122 
5,776 
2,018 

62,0b6 
4,095 
1,412 
2,147 

29,>73 



4,325 

363 

3,007 

1,024 

839 

940 

8,036 

782 

1,111 

1,383 

4,132 

3,226 

184,58? 



78,581 
28,060 
60,724 
18,889 
11,462 
7,661 

39,317 



87,623 
32,120 
60,580 
22 275 
13,189 
8,442 

41.385 



25,365 
51,480 
60,667 
29,063 
14,631 
3,376 

44.001 



4 , 022 
7,823 
8,966 
1,651 
2,699 
9,011 
5,145 

3.804 



4,458 
6,401 

10,022 
1,985 
3,030 

10,449 
5,040 

4.497 



1,640 
1,142 

270 
74J 

7.Q48 



1,957 

1,285 

118 

1,132 

8.358 



4,173 

6,285 
12, 120 

2,200 

3,2 
11,290 

4,437 



2,014 

1,411 

18] 

1,037 



7,98b 



39,402 



5,523 

1,821 

604 

4,085 



6,085 

2,008 

265 

7,162 



5,498 

1,911 

577 



460 



305,820 



196 
311 
047 
888 
17( 
517 
373 
014 
123 
083 
422 
834 
417 
918 
145 
394 
527 
606 
588 
427 
244 
164 
217 
263 
707 
•■,'> r i 

' 44 



38.449 



6,467 
5,378 
3,558 
8,423 
2,742 

22,513 

45,307 
5,101 
4,030 
7,194 

34,038 
1,308 
1,528 

18,808 
8,695 

11,206 
1,905 
3,466 

11,816 
8,505 
8,967 
2,976 

71,163 
4,221 
2,784 
3,691 

42.350 



361.744 



377.587 



473.660 



8,562 
5,838 
3,233 

10,669 
3,862 

25,482 

54,246 
6,967 
4,320 
9,385 

41,150 
1,197 
1,316 

22,513 
8,744 

11,755 
2,695 
3,724 

12,772 
9,105 
9,358 
3,336 

89,173 
4,429 
3,884 
4,029 

47.077 



9,268 
6,641 
2,489 

11,052 
3,439 

27,934 

64,592 
6,353 
3,782 
8,451 

41,815 

966 

1,106 

26,367 
9,218 

11,502 
3,838 
3,168 

15,719 
9,611 

11,304 
3,978 

82,455 
4,457 
4,536 
3,546 

59.337 



11,368 

8,171 

3,008 

13,844 

3,901 

32,958 

88,010 

8,993 

5,933 

11,680 

47,566 

880 

1,089 

34,837 

10,645 

12,276 

3,366 

3,240 

21,294 

12,655 

14,434 

4,336 

104,698 

5,405 

5,007 

4,066 

76.08 



5,338 

379 

3,792 

1,217 

1,113 

1,399 

10,037 

745 

2,615 

1,505 

5,822 

4,488 

232.178 



6,355 

44 3 
3,568 
1,356 
1,417 
1,928 
10,648 

673 
3,552 
1,738 
5,869 
4,803 

265.118 



6,230 

501 

4,273 

1,887 

1,723 

2,407 

12,993 

648 

1,798 

1,785 

6,799 

6,033 

268.621 



28,90° 
76,155 
63,143 
40,196 
20,465 
3,310 

51,750 



33,927 
96.866 
63,852 
44,567 
22,835 
3,141 

50.502 



34,948 
06,695 
62,403 
38,977 
22,383 
3,215 

55.61 9 



7,948 
802 
4,706 
2,068 
2,595 
3,583 

15,039 

864 

1,995 

2,123 

10,058 
7,556 

315.049 



9,063 
1,036 
6,143 
2,882 
3,351 
3,819 

26,031 

872 

1,531 

2,474 

10,083 
8,796 

364 , 504 



40,957 
123,627 
72,618 
50,479 
24,079 
3,289 

66.106 



44,278 
138,391 
83,365 
67,655 
27,113 
3,702 

78.196 



7,335 
5,782 

13,679 
2,589 
3,619 

12,942 
5,805 

6.008 



6,423 
6,300 
V.81B 
2,686 
3,937 
14,872 
6,466 

5.954 



7,809 
10,600 
8,313 
2,340 
4,505 
14,414 
7,638 

6.771 



8,863 
10,411 
11,062 

2,734 

4,783 
19,188 

9,065 

8.243 



10,783 
8,601 

13,071 
3,730 
5,207 

25,979 

10,625 

9,511 



2,438 

1,583 

285 

1,702 

12.694 



2,349 

1,192 

293 

2,070 

14,1 02 



2,473 

1,403 

439 

2,456 

16.769 



2,857 

2,101 

648 

2,637 

20.063 



3,137 

2,481 

696 

3,197 

22.446 



8,620 
2,701 
1,373 



Q.fPl 
2 , c7 3 
1,253 



1 1 , 650 
3,380 
1,739 



14,131 
4,235 
1,697 



8,098 6,314 5,512 2,343 2,257 1,379 



16,070 
4,707 
1,669 

547 



543.906 



12,222 

9,278 

3,026 

15,935 

5,350 

37,617 

103,723 

11,253 

9,833 

13,374 

55,114 

928 

994 

41,391 

11,551 

11,764 

4,100 

3,318 

23,878 

13,825 

16,432 

4,503 

117,972 

6,728 

5,913 

3,884 

86.057 



8,869 

1,317 

7,578 

3,432 

3,705 

5,373 

29,731 

1,056 

1,504 

2,951 

10,435 

10,106 

381.454 



51,027 
150,310 
68,112 
79,509 
28,983 
3,513 

89.714 



12,758 
9,762 

16,069 
3,920 
5,842 

28,514 

12,849 

12.053 



3,979 

3,090 

963 

4,021 

25.847 



18,485 
5,564 
1,798 

1,705 



T7 Includes Formosa. 
2/ Not reported separately prior to 1952. 
3/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



44 



TABLE 16. NuNlMMHiHANT '• ADMITTED, UY CLA^.E:. UNDER THt IMMIGRATION LAWS 
AND CUUNIHY OR hUiluN OK (HUTU: YLAIt ENDED JUNE 10, 1^60 



/Uat.i exclude border cro^ers, ciewmen, Mexican agricultural laborers, 
ilar traveller?, and rcturnlnti residents and 1 1ndents and oihers entering wllhout documents/ 



Count ry or real on 
of birth 


Number 

ad- 
mitted 


01 -■ 
c L "' 
r r -■ 

o> Or "" 

o o '■■ 

i i . c o 


o 

* J c 
ll.-.l ••< 

m ■-• :i 

1 . -* j> 


>i m o> 

o I' w 

I' W 01 
Oi ... . . 


i" r. 


Oi l. 
T) O 

nj *• 
1. in 
»J Oi 

>- C 

*J — ' 
m 

oi -o 
t. c 


c 

01 

3 


— i > 

C *-' 
O "J 

♦J C 

C i/l 

li oi 

Oi M 
*J D. 
C 01 


2> 

>- "J 

M V) 

ID l/l Q> 

1. U Oi 
O Oi c 

a .* «h 

E I. "J 
Oi Q ^ 


> c t- 

.** -r. 01 

*■ F 
"J C 
*J "■ c 
c --• o 

Oi 01 •-• 
i- ° F 

a. 1. 

Oi <*~ o 
rr o •*- 


OI i/i 

oi i- 
c o 


r 

01 

EJi 

C +J 
•~ C 

C Oi 
I. T3 
Z> •* 

Oi 01 
fi: t. 


O ■"■ 


01 

H m 

H a) 
U u 




1,140,736 


32,569 


108,130 


671,075 


118,291 


3,803 


35,415 


7,398 


38,479 


1,808 


25,233 


97,895 


633 


7 




543,006 


12,717 


67,388 


321.574 


61.988 


1,848 


4,511 


3.767 


6,039 


1,291 


9,839 


52,440 


498 


6 




12,222 

9,278 

3,026 

15,935 

5,350 

37,617 

103,723 

11,253 

9,833 

13,374 

55,114 

928 

994 

41,391 

11,551 

11,764 

4,100 

3,318 

23,878 

13,825 

16,432 

4,503 

117,972 

6,728 

5,913 

3,384 

86,057 


112 

278 

128 

254 

66 

837 

2,685 

108 

65 

80 

1,763 

10 

13 

327 

298 

330 

181 

86 

527 

282 

168 

267 

2,607 

984 

138 

123 

7,485 


1,118 

1,848 
294 

1,215 
293 

6,397 

10,657 

480 

542 

793 

4,356 
55 
108 

4,666 
983 

1,265 
268 
337 

1,523 

2,884 

3,121 
517 
22,291 
682 
305 
390 

12,763 


8,525 
5,290 
1,951 
9,846 
3,786 

19,872 

69,487 
7,175 
8,295 
7,905 

36,179 
748 
770 

24,242 
4,962 
8,242 
1,991 
2,492 

10,123 
7,159 
9,197 
2,509 

60,937 
2,960 
4,488 
2,443 

22,366 


698 

609 

198 

2,605 

353 

4,127 

7,196 

1,684 

285 

622 

6,755 

30 

34 

8,136 

3,266 

541 

886 

139 

9,285 

962 

1,026 

159 

11,152 

707 

271 

262 

15,046 


11 
20 

6 
96 
10 

8 

457 

21 

4 

16 

239 

18 
24 
17 

1 

6 
31 

6 

230 

11 

574 

5 
31 

6 

1,805 


75 

76 

48 

56 

59 

270 

367 

521 

100 

53 

356 

19 

18 

354 

203 

138 

61 

55 

260 

118 

109 

240 

709 

76 

67 

103 

8,058 


74 

113 

79 

108 

57 

691 

127 

51 

30 

53 

192 

7 

1 

192 

85 

82 

45 

42 

191 

135 

110 

67 

714 

407 

59 

55 

1,039 


445 

01 

40 

62 

80 

585 

702 

61 

123 

113 

424 

8 

7 

231 

107 

196 

14 

25 

585 

128 

212 

37 

1,085 

618 

37 

23 

3,939 


28 

12 

o 

37 

13 

236 

194 

18 

1 

3 

62 

1 
20 

22 
14 

5 

3 
14 
92 
31 

8 

345 

97 

16 

5 

172 


289 

238 

31 

543 

331 

927 

1,556 

374 

31 

87 

593 

6 

7 

464 

369 

208 

74 

20 

497 

468 

320 

498 

1,453 

31 

301 

123 

8,887 


844 
695 
240 

1,104 
302 

3,578 

10,260 

752 

355 

3,630 

4,171 
45 
35 

2,715 

1,228 
729 
565 
113 
840 

1,589 
1,902 
179 
15,861 
160 
200 
348 

4,485 


3 
8 
2 

9 

89 

34 

8 

2 

14 
23 

26 
4 
2 
9 

1 
2 
5 
11 
242 
1 

3 

11 


_ 




- 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




1 








_ 




_ 




1 




_ 




. 




_ 




- 




_ 




_ 




1 




_ 




1 


Turkey (Europe and Asia) .. 


2 


U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia). 






_ 




1 




8,869 

1,317 

7,578 

3,432 

3,705 

5,373 

29,731 

1,056 

1,504 

2,951 

10,435 

10,106 

381.454 


1,023 

8 

336 

553 

844 

190 

770 

69 

50 

46 

775 

2,821 

5.236 


563 

96 

1,146 

200 

171 

571 

8,157 

84 

112 

311 

801 

551 

15.741 


2,853 

555 

2,171 

1,006 

996 

3,077 

4,172 

440 

226 

1,712 

2,971 

2,187 

249,261 


1,938 
179 
449 
952 
30 
352 

8,348 

89 

150 

401 

1,032 

1,126 

20.247 


32 

10 
2 
7 

51 

1,664 

1 

4 

2 

22 

10 

45 


1,387 
390 

1,591 
76 

1,023 
351 
849 
159 
433 
225 
516 

1,058 

17.732 


166 
4 

215 
61 
46 
20 

111 
18 
26 
39 
77 

256 

868 


77 

11 

97 

16 

21 

134 

1,514 

7 

14 

7 

1,984 

57 

?7.819 


13 

9 
5 
5 
6 
117 

7 
1 
3 
4 

234 


429 

31 

1,377 

512 

385 

156 

2,076 

62 

430 

94 

1,609 

1,726 

2.591 


387 

42 

177 

48 

177 

465 

1,947 

125 

52 

112 

644 

309 

32.575 


1 
1 

1 
5 

1 

1 
1 

105 


- 




_ 




_ 


Israel 


_ 


Japan 


1 




~ 




_ 




_ 




_ 








51,027 
150,310 
68,112 
79,509 
28,983 
3,513 


1,068 
2,350 
524 
457 
697 
140 

5.134 


1,130 
4,297 
4,332 
4,559 
1,121 
302 

5,777 


17,095 
129,548 
38,791 
41,416 
19,896 
2,515 

57.009 


7,123 
4,941 
1,338 
14,586 
1,055 
204 

8,600 


4 

1 
2 

25 
2 

11 

72 


7,018 
4,687 
2,095 
1,682 
2,167 
83 

3.732 


147 
184 
149 
155 
190 
43 

1.156 


13,299 
848 
832 

12,747 

57 
36 

356 


11 
166 
41 
6 
2 
8 

50 


785 
820 

57 
321 
578 

30 

2.177 


3,270 
2,466 
19,929 
3,552 
3,218 
140 

5.642 


77 
2 

22 
3 

1 

9 


_ 




_ 


Cuba 


_ 




_ 




- 








12,758 
9,762 

16,069 
3,920 
5,842 

28,514 

12,849 

12,053 


555 
1,064 
276 
182 
218 
2,299 
540 

1.002 


1,949 
1,093 
639 
120 
242 
760 
974 

1.496 


7,543 
5,472 

10,855 
2,597 
4,037 

18,689 
7,816 

5.656 


484 

347 

1,899 

193 

467 

3,644 

1,566 

791 


59 
1 
7 
2 
1 
1 
1 

19 


132 
222 
581 
174 
192 
2,155 
276 

858 


237 
220 
87 
77 
61 
175 
299 

310 


154 

41 
11 
4 
29 
68 
49 

123 


29 
6 

2 

10 
3 

17 


410 
533 
221 
132 
151 
106 
624 

1.322 


1,206 
762 

1,486 
438 
444 
606 
700 

453 


1 
5 
1 

1 
1 

6 


- 




- 




- 




- 




- 




- 








3,979 

3,090 

°63 

4,021 

25.847 


333 

200 

50 

419 

994 


484 

645 

45 

322 

4.955 


1,798 

1,632 

593 

1,633 

15,116 


333 
160 
71 

227 

2.560 


14 

3 

13 


328 
122 
20 
388 

524 


103 
26 

7 
174 

258 


25 
37 
34 
27 

203 


R 
4 

5 

44 


397 

120 

90 

715 

416 


153 

141 
53 
106 

763 


J 
1 

2 

1 


- 




" 




- 




13,48'. 
5,564 
1,798 

1,705 


825 

164 
5 

1 


4,016 
78/ 
152 

10 


10,648 

3,621 

847 

91 


1,728 
601 
231 

59 


11 
2 

1 


16o 

55 

300 


191 

64 

3 


116 

27 
60 


39 
5 


314 

99 

3 

1 


427 
139 
197 

1,537 


i 
3 


- 




" 




" 




- 








1/ Excludes 427,2*10 Mexican agricultural laborers. 

2/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



45 



TABLE 17. NONIMMIGRANTS ADMITTEC, at CLASSES UNDER IMMIGRATION LAWS 
AND COUNTRY OR REGION OE LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE I YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1060 

/TJata exclude border crossers, crewmen, Mexican agricultural laborers, 
Insular travellers, and returning residents and students and others entering without documents^ 



tun try or 

leqlon of 

last 
permanent 
residence 



Number 
ad- 
mitted 



>- c 

0} TJ 



a' o 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Oeloium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany , 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey {Europe and Asia) .. 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia). 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 



Asia 

China 2/ ... 
Hong Kong . . 

India 

Indonesia .. 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 3_/ . . 

Korea 

Lebanon .... 
Philippines 
Other Asia . 



North America ........ 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies .. 
Central America .... 

Other North America 



South America 

Arqentina 

Brazil 

Col ombia ........ 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South Ameri 



Africa 

United Arab Republic . 
Union of i^outh Africa 

Morocco 

I her Af rica . . . „ 



OcKdnla 

ilia .... 
New .'»aland .. 
Other Oceania 



Other countries 



1,140,736 



17.560 



108.130 



671.075 



3,303 



Ti,415 



gv . R95 



278,655 



12,200 



58,304 



140,230 



41 ,441 



3,629 
5,627 
510 
7,627 
3,111 

25,772 

40,352 

4,514 

211 

3,600 

19,595 
24 
24 

21,193 
7,968 
1,810 
1,855 
199 
8,701 

10,597 

10,818 
2,832 

91,339 
3,531 
1,542 
1,674 

73,548 



78 
289 
104 
245 

57 

869 

2,618 

102 

51 

55 

1,734 

5 

12 
342 
297 
246 
168 

66 
451 
271 
159 
264 
2,540 
949 
117 
111 

7,464 



508 

1,803 

41 

996 

240 

6,223 

6,892 

267 

29 

607 

3,765 

5 

3,930 

833 

53 

238 

12 

728 

2,884 

3,102 

359 

22,021 

315 

183 

270 

12,355 



1,877 

2,621 

198 

3,485 

2,093 

12,321 

21,016 

1,751 

64 

2,399 

8,673 

3 

9 

8,157 

2,929 

1,002 

743 

56 

2,493 

5,589 

5,559 

1,233 

53,757 

639 

692 

916 

16,765 



302 

398 

67 

2,018 

191 

3,301 

4,377 

1,376 

27 

238 

3,525 

3 

1 

7,645 

3,107 

164 

490 

21 

3,752 

863 

830 

120 

7,825 

547 

114 

139 

13,041 



3 
18 

1 
88 
10 

7 

438 

19 

8 
244 



23 

23 

1 

1 

27 

6 

231 

7 

558 

1 

31 

2 



3,144 



40 

58 

1 

45 

55 

225 

295 

488 

4 

37 

249 

1 

1 

135 

195 

23 

54 

2 

147 

115 

98 

231 

533 

30 

25 

57 

7,823 



3.640 



1.263 



77 

106 

74 

92 

54 

729 

90 

41 

29 

44 

224 

2 

183 

85 

54 

40 

35 

123 

111 

222 

58 

660 

393 

58 

56 

949 



470 

80 

15 

53 

63 

643 

602 

47 

3 

100 

382 



205 

97 

122 

12 

3 

491 

143 

211 

31 

925 

588 

16 

10 

3.912 



18 

9 
7 

34 

13 
245 
185 

13 
1 
8 

60 



19 

23 

5 

5 

2 

7 

90 

33 

9 

393 

64 

16 

4 



9.639 



248 
233 

548 

327 

979 

1,506 

378 

1 

76 

577 

1 

499 

369 

138 

71 

1 

459 

489 

331 

496 

1,523 

4 

286 

97 

8,882 



16 

8 

144 

310 

27 

1 

28 

144 



2 

27 

23 

34 

41 

14 

402 

1 

4 

12 



86 

23 

5 

1 



25 
3 



2 

1 

10 

202 



2,911 
3,050 
5,883 
1,564 
3,342 
6,967 
27,786 
439 
1,401 
1,590 
9,817 
8,798 

644.909 



980 

10 

234 

535 

839 

363 

748 

44 

70 

33 

781 

2,827 

5.643 



137 

304 

870 

79 

158 

950 

8,183 

20 

99 

234 

852 

469 

21.822 



326 

775 

1,366 

188 

865 

4,122 

3,531 

105 

209 

642 

2,886 

1,750 

424.846 



214,416 
168,100 
52,098 
88,142 
26,821 
95,332 

105.029 



1,362 

2,457 

536 

491 

704 

93 

5.237 



3,838 
5,657 
4,885 
6,092 
1,312 
38 

8.537 



168,095 
146,158 
40,862 
49,072 
20,225 
434 

67.729 



271 
901 
271 
171 

20 

499 

8,724 

56 

133 

269 

1,029 

697 

44.496 



17,343 
6,324 
2,052 

17,265 

1,389 

123 

15.310 



96 

1,670 

2 
2 
19 
9 

143 



688 
954 

1,530 
56 
997 
396 
872 
134 
422 
249 
515 

1,010 

19.104 



96 
35 

194 
47 
41 
30 

100 
18 
24 
45 
71 

248 



39 
1 

72 

6 

21 

185 

1,520 

6 

10 

7 

1,980 

48 

J8.628 



17 

121 

2 



352 
48 

1,320 
476 
380 
301 

2,108 

53 

419 

100 

1,619 

1,706 

2,779 



198 
4,826 
2,116 
1,732 
2,210 
22 

4,051 



303 
254 
157 
168 
214 
91 



14,054 
967 
818 

12,739 
44 



18 
182 

41 
5 
2 

10 



956 
863 

52 
319 
578 

11 

2.242 



7 
1 

16 
2 

10 
8 
207 
1 
6 
8 

61 

33 

95.777 



129 
402 
567 
206 
140 
94,333 

286 



219 



72 

1 

10 

2 

1 

133 



13,208 
11,268 
16,486 
3,686 
6,525 
41,279 
12,577 

9.367 



563 
1,074 
265 
i83 
203 
2,407 
542 

956 



2,457 

1,640 

860 

144 

327 

2,031 

1 , 078 

1 .442 



8,535 
6,839 

11,741 
2,680 
4,800 

25,095 
8,039 

4.021 



602 

594 

2,632 

270 

721 

8,816 

1,675 

476 



138 
272 
569 
165 
191 
>,457 
259 

780 



218 

207 

91 

72 

58 

207 

275 



163 
47 
12 
4 
26 
85 
33 



412 
555 
229 
133 
152 
135 
626 

1.269 



2,121 

3,113 

520 

3,613 

29.058 



20,791 
6,320 
1,947 

170 



293 

199 

42 

422 

1,066 



216 

812 

45 

369 

5.663 



639 
1,740 

255 
1,387 

17.393 



183 
103 
29 
161 

3.430 



300 
95 
17 

368 



87 

21 

5 

168 



374 

102 

87 

706 



168 

10 



4,671 
824 
168 



12,242 

4,134 
1,017 

41 



2,186 
946 
298 

97 



157 

53 

298 



156 

54 

6 



315 

100 

6 



\J Excludes 427,240 Mexican agricultural laborers 

2/ Includes Formosa, 

3_/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



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47 



TABLE 19. ENTRIES OF ALIEN AND CITIZEN BORDER CROOSERS OVER INTERNATIONAL LAND BOUNDARIES, 
BY STATE AND PORT ■ VEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 
/Each entry of the same person counted separately^/ 



State and port 



All ports 1/ 

CANADIAN BORDER 

Alaska 

Anchorage 

Eagle 

Fairbanks 

Haines 

Ketchikan 

Northway 

Skagway 

Tok 

Idaho 

Eastport 

Porthill 

Illinois i 

Chicago 

Maine i 

Bangor < 

Bridgewater 

Calais 

Calais 

Ferry Point 

Milltown Bridge 

Union Bridge 

Coburn Gore • 

Daaquam 

Eastport 

Easton 

Estcourt 

Forest City 

Fort Fairfield 

Fort Kent 

Hamlin 

Hodgdon 

Houlton 

Jackman 

Lake Frontier 

Limestone 

Littleton 

Lubec 

Madawaska 

Mars Hill-Knoxford Line . 

Monticello 

Orient 

St. Aurelie 

St. Pamphile 

Van Buren 

Vanceboro 

Michigan 

Algonac 

Detroit 

Ambassador Bridge 

Detroit and Canada Tunnel 
Detroit City Airport .. 
Detroit Metropolitan 

Airport 

Detroit River and River 

Rouge Terminals 

Gregory's Marina 

Kean's Detroit Yacht 

Harbor 

Michigan Central Depot 

Ecorse 

Grosse He 

Marine City 



All persons crossing 



Total 



154. 034. 400 



87.061 



5,647 

116 

5,440 

7,305 

11,593 

169 

12,234 

44,55g 

449.058 



327,902 
121,156 



35.152 



35,152 
B. 389 .507 



64,123 
166,370 
2.207.630 



18,096 

1,631,469 

353,861 

204,204 

94,587 

22,460 

38,720 

29,774 

23,332 

14,274 

415,892 

666,135 

151,854 

6,449 

411,940 

305,698 

8,269 

169,001 

8,999 

67,167 

2,078,676 

8,955 

10,749 

34,815 

22,066 

60,297 

1,014,686 

286,589 

12.478.29? 



106,423 
9.142,039 



Al iens 



29.755.395 



11.680 



422 

24 

360 

2,777 
3,314 
60 
2,138 
2,585 



225,844 
92,628 

8.072 



8,072 



5.395.566 



31,845 

105,943 

1.472.678 



14,191 

1,063,522 

246,405 

148,560 

66,148 

18,878 

29,578 

8,622 

17,504 

10,430 

247,866 

408,846 

103,336 

5,580 

273,064 

182,120 

7,617 

86,437 

8,024 

56,164 

1,340,646 

5,655 

7,624 

25,533 

18,393 

51,206 

612,523 

193,306 

5.896.387 



Citizen 



25.738.91 



7'., ->n 



5,225 

92 

5,080 

4,528 

8,279 

109 

10,006 

41,974 

130.586 



102,058 
28,528 

27.080 



27,080 



32,278 

60,427 

734.952 



3,052,878 

5,865,405 

3,180 

2,705 

11,669 
8,751 

3,022 

194,429 

10,738 

9,861 

96,789 



79,426 

4,, -67, 



1,104,512 

3,069,070 

610 

918 



3,905 

567,947 

107,456 

55,644 

28,439 

3,582 

9,142 

21,152 

5,828 

3,844 

168,026 

257,289 

48,518 

869 

138,876 

123,578 

652 

82,564 

975 

11,003 

738,030 

3,3'iO 

3,125 

9,282 

3.I//3 

9,091 

402,163 

93,283 

6.581.905 



26,997 

4,875,009 



1,948,366 

2,796,335 

2,570 

1,787 



7,430 


4,23" 


2,680 


6,071 


567 


2,455 


81,243 


113,196 


994 


9,744 


292 


9,569 


65,00° 


31,600 



State and port 



Michigan (Cont'd) 

Port Huron 

Black River 

Blue Water Bridge 

Canadian National 

Railway Station 

Marysville 

St. Clair County Airport 

Roberts Landing 

St. Clair 

St. Clair Shores 

Jefferson Beach Marina . 
Sault Ste. Marie 

Minnesota 

Baudette 

Crane Lake 

Duluth 

Ely 

International Falls 

Lancaster 

Noyes 

Oak Island 

Pigeon River 

Pine Creek 

Roseau 

St. Paul 

Wairoad 

Mont ana 

Babb 

Chief Mountain 

Cut Bank (Airport) 

Del Bonita 

Great Falls (Airport) .... 

Havre 

Morgan 

Opheim 

Raymond 

Roosville 

Scobey 

Sweetgrass 

Turner 

Whltetail 

Whitlash 

New Hampshire 

Connecticut Lakes 

New York 

Alexandria Bay 

Buffalo 

Black Rock 

Greater Buffalo Internat 
ional Airport 

Peace Bridge 

Cannons Corners 

Cape Vincent 

Champlain 

Chateaugay 

Churubusco 

Clayton 

Fort Covington 

Hogansburn 

Jamison's Line 

Lewlston 

Massena 

Mooers 

Morristown 

Niagara Falls 

Municipal Airport 

Rainbow Bridge 

Whirlpool Rapids Bridge 



All persons cross 



i t'tal 



2.139.774 



3,201 
2,075,, 116 

55,661 

5,096 

700 

96,689 

35.519 



33,326 
2,193 

840,460 

1.722.953 



125,333 

4,004 

6,535 

15,966 

705,075 

15,629 

413,804 

2,871 

267,751 

57,717 

27,054 

10,010 

71,204 

664.506 



A liens 



2 
901 



92 

1 

2 

331 

9 

277 

1 

121 

40 

21 

4 

54 



144,979 
62,999 
580 
11,074 
15,699 
16,241 
12,661 
11,364 
61,906 
36,964 
16,539 

243,486 
14,785 
13,037 
2,192 

12.995 



67,438 
8,662,773 



233,112 

8,231 

8,421,430 

33,437 

23,429 

2,777,149 

10g,470 

23,969 

32,951 

252,4 11 

258,256 

11,445 

517,714 

839,803 

171,569 

1,080 

5.485.598 



88 
22 

5 

5 
12 
10 

6 
40 
21 
12 
166 
10 
10 

1 



10.178 



30 
2,432 



331 
4,095,060 
1,390,207 



81 

4 

2,347 

22 

10 

1,921 

65 

12 

12 

122 

155 

6 

268 

539 

109 

3.009 



2,116 
892 



841 
489 
144 
670 
257 
299 
)80 
326 
252 
240 
848 
194 
711 

346 



106 

183 
606 
315 
305 
453 
963 
183 
555 
324 
438 
857 
564 
100 
290 
707 
274 



Citizens 



1.191.558 



1,127 
173,907 

2,746 

3,283 

495 

39,626 

14.199 



12,035 

2,164 

393,513 

764.302 



32,492 

3,515 

5,391 

13,296 

373,818 

6,330 

136,424 

1,545 

146,499 

17,477 

5,206 

5,816 

16,493 

248.160 



56,213 

40,619 

370 

5,216 

9,876 

4,198 

2,386 

4,602 

21,349 

15,751 

4,037 

76,738 

3,832 

2,218 

755 

6.624 



11.560.085 



36,966 
6.229.878 



153 
498 
623 



152,006 

4,048 

6,073,824 

11,122 

13,124 

855,696 

43,507 

11,786 

70,396 

130,087 

102,818 

4,588 

249,150 

300,703 

62,279 

373 

2.476.324 



178 
1,978,562 
497,584 



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TABLE P. ENTRir. . OF ALIEN AND CITIZEN IHillDEH CHOSSEH3 OVER INTERNATIONAL LAND BOUNDARIES, 
BY STATE AND Bum i YEAH ENDED JUNE 30, 196(1 (Cont'd) 
/Each entry of the same person counter! separately^/ 



state and port 



All persons crossing 



Total 



Aliens 



Citizens 



Hate and port 



Total 



All persons crossing 



Aliens 



Citizens 



New York (Cont'd) 

Ogdensburg 

Rochester 

Municipal Airport 

Port Authority 

Rouses Point 

Thousand Island Bridge .. 

Trout River 

Waddinpton 

Watertown (Airport) 

Youngstown 

North Dakota 

Ambrose 

Antler 

Carbury 

Dunseith 

Fortuna 

Grand Forks (Munic. Airicrt) 

Hannah 

Hansboro 

Maida 

Mlnot 

Neche 

Noonan 

Northgate 

Pembina 

Portal 

St. John 

Sarles 

Sherwood 

Walhalla 

West hope 

Ohio 

Cleveland 

Sandusky 

Toledo 

Vermont 

Alburg 

Alburg Springs 

Beebe Plain 

Beecher Falls 

Burlington Airport 

Canaan 

Derby Line 

East Richford 

Highgate Springs 

Morses Line 

Newport 

North Troy 

Norton 

Richford 

St. Albans 

West Berkshire 

Washington 

Anacortes 

Bellingham 

Blaine 

Danville 

Laurier 

Lynden 

Metaline Falls 

Nighthawk 

Northport 

Orovllle 

Port Angeles 

Seattle 

Spokane (Felts Field) ... 
Sumas 



n)f.,734 
750 



361, IP? 



500 

250 

600,166 

820,164 

478,390 

53 

1,555 

11,796 

1.013.432 



136 

146 

397,120 

373,131 

320,398 

43 

384 

5,840 

641.839 



20,277 

11,946 

16,784 

75,918 

8,957 

1,633 

13,379 

25,779 

20,800 

2,057 

120,259 

51,961 

54,247 

227,793 

193,069 

37,348 

13,546 

27,832 

61,429 

28,418 

34.645 



21,740 

12,466 

439 

3.571.542 



14,731 

7,922 
15,148 
41,112 

5,209 
492 

7,759 

11,839 

12,404 

433 

78,283 

34,303 

34,225 

146,978; 

119,508 

21,581 

4,373 
20,677 
42,879 
22,033 

12.389 



111,352 

61,126 

236,157 

154,627 

4,347 

83,231 

835,998 

62,211 

810,847 

28,976 

31,869 

246,717 

396,725 

354,610 

62,120 

90,629 

4.509.465 



11,711 
413 
265 

2.218.803 



78,685 

2,228 

2,764,465 

51,749 

187,280 

160,690 

55,533 

9,95° 

284,875 

330,852 

2,704 

50,065 

1,122 

529,258 



63,035 

47,955 

140,390 

113,609 

1,307 

46,200 

511,126 

40,772 

481,051 

18,450 

24,853 

150,421 

288,573 

206,125 

37,819 

47,117 

3.272.044 



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696 

2,056,852 

24,879 

161,336 

109,705 

36,712 

6,459 

247,120 

216,653 

1,003 

19,782 

390 

361,076 



145,61? 
468 



364 

104 

203,046 

447,033 

157,992 

10 

1,171 

5,956 

371.543 



4,435 

4,024 

1,636 

34,806 

3,748 

1,141 

5,620 

13,940 

8,306 

1,624 

4 1,976 

17,653 

20,022 

80,815 

73,561 

15,767 

9,173 

7,155 

18,550 

6,385 

22.256 



10,029 
12,053 
174 

1.352.739 



48,317 
13,171 
95,767 
41,018 
3,040 
37,031 

324,872 
21,439 

320,796 

10,526 

7,016 

96,296 

108,152 

148,485 
24,301 
43,512 

1.237.421 



49,304 

1,532 

707,613 

26,870 

25,944 

50,985 

18,821 

3,500 

37,755 

114,199 

1,701 

30,283 

732 

168,182 



Wisconsin 

Green Ray 

Mi lwaukee 

Canada 

Montreal, Quebec 

Toronto, Ontario 

Winnipeg, Manitoba 

Vancouver, B. C 

Victoria, B. C 

MEXICAN BORDER 

Arizona 

Douglas 

lochiel 

Lukeville 

Naco 

Noga les 

San Luis 

Sasabe 

California 

Andrade 

Calexlco 

Los Angeles (Airport) .... 

San Diego 

San Ysldro 

Tecate 

New Mexico 

Antelope Wells 

Columbus 

Texas 

Boqulllas 

Brownsville 

Candelaria 

Castolon 

Chinati 

Corpus Christ i 

Dallas 

Del Rio 

Eagle Pass 

El Paso 

Avenue of Americas ( Cordova 

Santa Fe Bridge 

Ysleta Bridge 

Fabens 

Falcon Heights 

Fort Hancock 

Heath Crossing 

Hidalgo 

Houston 

Lajitas 

Laredo 

Los Ebanos 

Polvo 

Presidio 

Progresso 

Rio Grande City 

Roma 

Ruidosa 

San Antonio 

San Vicente 

ian Ygnacio 

Stillwell Crossing 



538 



396 



39 
499 



787 



204 

311 

20 

63 

186 

98.540 



13.467 



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7 

188 

888 

7,952 

1,385 

105 

26.526 



228 

9,356 

35 

5 

16,543 

356 

200 



197 



58.345 



2 

7,735 
4 
6 

1 

1 

1,481 

4,109 

23.566 



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21,775 

2,016 

527 

282 

11 

2 

5,622 

17 

5 

8,336 

69 

12 

319 

595 

28 

546 

8 

34 

1 

1 

11 



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12 

130 



420.568 



534 
510 
785 
540 
690 

093 



114,643 

221,537 

10,116 

34,298 

39,969 

59.236.486 



27 
369 

366.491 



80,886 
89,973 
10,669 
29,242 
146,721 

39.303.607 



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7. 387. 27 1 



5.530.566 



1,446,605 

3,576 

73,226 

464,507 

4,759,581 

1,066,715 

73,061 

15.513.307 



1,493,544 

3,576 

115,685 

423,700 

3,192,657 

313,767 

32,637 

11.013.064 



B78 

376 
697 
240 
623 
557 

U i 



108,6: 

6,061,266 

5,453 

671 

9,116,750 

220,546 

3'7,> 1 



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2,055 
78,206 



35.755.647 



898 
793 
635 
954 
738 
39 
174 
798 
562 



465 
198 
460 
813 
404 
842 
318 
196 
318 
215 
085 
680 
749 
100 
645 
028 
625 
693 
567 
161 
291 
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1,524 

5,951,246 

2,438 

3,657 

914 

17 

209 

594,426 

2,473,540 

15.651.010 



1,907,544 

13,001,423 

742,043 

381,239 

91,453 

9,114 

1,219 

3,935,215 

482 

2,742 

5,728,241 

42,763 

6,704 

167,928 

350,650 

16,933 

328,375 

4,571 

1,654 

609 

630 

6,094 



120,257 

3,295,110 

30,244 

4,569 

7,426,873 

136,011 

120.500 



1,406 
119,094 

22.589.477 



1,374 

1,784,547 

2,197 

3,297 

824 

22 

965 

8B7.372 

1,636,022 

12. 9 15. U 3 



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8,773,775 

1,274,417 

146,574 

190,951 

2,728 

1,099 

1,686,981 

16,836 

2,473 

2,607,844 

26,917 

6,045 

151,262 

244,995 

11,045 

218,250 

4,122 

32,913 

552 

661 

5,496 



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51 



TABLE 21. 



ALIENS EXCLUDED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY CAUSE: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892 - I960 



/In 1941-1953 figures represent all exclusions at seaports 
and exclusions of aliens seeking entry for 30 days or 
longer at land ports^/ 



Period 



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i-i B 

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M o 



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1892 - 1900 

1901 - 1910 

1911 - 1920 

1921 - 1930 

1931 - 1940 

1941 - 1950 

1941 

1942 

19*+3 

1944 

1945 

1946 „ 

19V7 

1948 

1949 .... 

1950 

1951 - I960 

1951 

1952 

1953 

195 1 * 

1955. 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 ... 

i960 



617,207 



1,209 



12,311 



8,165 



82,4i4 



219,341 



16,035 



179,040 



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13,677 



'3,074 



22,515 
108,211 
178,109 
189,307 

68,217 

30,263 



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27 

9 
5 

60 



2,929 
1,833 
1,495 

1,642 
2,341 
2,942 
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4,905 
3,83'* 
3,571 

20,5§5 

3,784 

2,944 

3,637 

3,313 

2,667 

1,709 

907 

733 

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65 

1,681 

4,353 
2,082 
1,261 

1,13'' 



1,277 

4,824 

1,281 

253 

80 



1,309 
24,425 
42,129 
11,044 

1,530 



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48 
111 

89 
117 
302 
255 
102 

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70 

68 

63 

87 

87 

139 

142 

187 

199 

1,735 



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6 

8 

4 

3 

3 

5 

12 

16 

361 



73 

51 

63 

92 

111 

65 

124 

205 

112 

125 

956 



15,070 
63,311 
90,045 
37,175 
12,519 

1,072 



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96 
107 
56 
33 
70 
67 
99 
55 

149 



1,904 
8,447 
2,126 

3,182 



94,084 
47,858 

22,441 



357 

285 

266 

296 

206 

169 

91 

51 

19 

15 



15 

10 

27 

65 

124 

64 

30 

18 

7 

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337 

67 

130 

127 

113 

87 

40 

21 

18 

16 



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15 

16 

9 

14 
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227 
252 
77 
155 
161 
361 
902 
709 
216 
122 

376 



121 
74 
47 
2 
15 
10 
14 
35 
34 
24 



2,076 
1,207 
1,106 
1,109 
1,805 
2,294 
3,316 
3,690 
2,970 
2,868 

14.657 



5,792 

12,991 

15,417 

6,274 

1,235 

219 



2,783 

2,378 

2,937 

2,432 

1,832 

1,079 

348 

299 

276 

293 



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26 

28 

18 
13 
19 

11 
26 

12 
13 



5,083 

8,202 

258 

108 



190 

4,516 

14,327 

20,709 

1,172 

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23 
4 

11 
2 
9 

13 

26 



72 

47 

44 

59 

76 

80 

187 

73 

178 

130 

1,214 



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164 

261 

275 

164 

70 

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YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892 - 1960 



Period 



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Aliens expelled 



Total 



Aliens 
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Aliens required to 
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1892 - 1960 



1892 
1901 
1911 
1921 



1900 
1910 
1920 
1930 



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1931 - 1940 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1940 



1941 - 1950 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 .... 
1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

\949 

1950 



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1951 - 1960 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 .... 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 



5.237.380 



128,484 



147,457 



22,276 
22,735 
20,949 
10,319 
11,016 
11,728 
13,054 
12,851 
12,037 
10,492 

1.377.210 



11,294 

11,784 

11,175 

31,174 

69,164 

99,591 

193,657 

192,779 

288,253 

468,339 

3.584,229 



509 

528 

885 

1,089 

254 

87 

59 

53 

45 

70 



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492.576 



3,127 

11,558 

27,912 

164,390 

210.416 



29,861 
30,201 
30,212 
16,889 
16,297 
17,446 
17,617 
18,553 
17,792 
15,548 

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3,127 
11,558 
27,912 
92,157 

117.086 



10,938 

10,613 

16,154 

39,449 

80,760 

116,320 

214,543 

217,555 

296,337 

579,105 

4.013,547 



686,713 

723,959 

905,236 

1,101,228 

247,797 

88,188 

68,461 

67,742 

64,598 

59,625 



18,142 
19,426 
19,865 
8,879 
8,319 
9,195 
8,829 
9,275 
8,202 
6,954 

110,849 



4,407 

3,709 

4,207 

7,179 

11,270 

14,375 

18,663 

20,371 

20,040 

6,628 

129.887 



13,544 

20,181 

19,845 

26,951 

15,028 

7,297 

5,082 

7,142 

7,988 

6,829 



5.520.148 



72,233 
93.330 



11,719 
10,775 
10,347 
8,010 
7,978 
8,251 
8,788 
9,278 
),590 
8,594 

1.470,925 

6. 1=>T 1 



6,531 

6,904 

11,947 

32,270 

69,490 

101,945 

195,880 

197,184 

276,297 

572,477 

3.883,660 

673,169 

703,778 

885,391 

1,074,277 

232,769 

80,891 

63,379 

60,600 

56,610 

52,796 



77 Aliens apprehended first recorded in 1925. 

?/ Aliens required to depart first recorded in 1927. 

3/ Deportable aliens located - includes 17,741 nonwilful crewman violators. 



54 



TABLE 24. 



ALIENS DEPORTED, BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED AND CAUSE i 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Country to which 
deported 



Total 



E 
•H 

u 



TO T) 
•*-> C +J 

c o c 



T) 


>- C 


11 


u 


QJ 


•M o 


h 


QJ 0) 




a c 


0) 


Q. in 


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e 


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Ifl .-H 


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o •*- 


c 


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lb 


o o 


ui 


•i-i U-. 



All countries ... 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China \J 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies .. 
Central America . ... 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Other countries 

\j Includes Formosa. 



1.535 



8 

4 

18 

7 

15 

91 

610 

14 

282 

53 

45 

8 

34 

118 

27 

20 

119 

43 

19 

252 



18 

34 

10 

4 

9 

10 

20 

7 

8 

16 
67 
49 



881 
3,442 
153 
234 
148 

U6 



14 
22 
30 
10 
11 
13 
16 

15 
53 



12 



482 



Q2 



77 



57 



329 



374 



2,444 



2,940 



46 



27 



12 



56 



1,221 



157 



1 
1 
4 

15 
2 



5 
7 
1 
12 
1 
3 

2 

3 

5 

11 
4 
1 

12 



5 

4 

16 

6 

6 

65 

572 

10 

157 

48 

39 

6 

19 

108 

23 

15 

80 

30 

12 

210 



4 

4 

22 

Q4 
2 
2 

12 
5 



5 
1 

421 



87 



3 
1 

66 



26 



313 



2 
2 
2 

299 



15 
29 

9 
3 
9 

7 
15 
6 
8 
14 
51 
44 

897 



2,729 



155 
243 

8 
10 

5 

8 



25 
62 



3 
57 
3 
2 
1 



7 
14 
2 
1 
2 



108 

184 

9 

8 

4 

1 



81 

178 

8 

11 

21 



404 
215 

87 
167 

24 

62 



94 
2,474 
35 
35 
91 

34 



11 
6 

14 
4 
6 

10 

11 

11 
43 



18 



15 



1 
14 



55 



TABLE 2k A. 



ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART, BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, i960 



^/Aliens required to depart totaled 52*796 (see table 23). This table does not include 
17 ( 7^1 required departures of crewmen who were technical violators and 16,597 direct 
required departures under safeguards - chiefly Mexicans who entered without inspection^ 



Nationality 



Total 



a v. 



4> O H W) 
r-H U T) -H 



Eh O O H 



Jj!_ 

10 
2 



All countries 

Europe 

Aust ria 

Belgium • . 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 1/ 

India 

Indonesia 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Other countries 

1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Palestine (Arab). 



18,458 



6,995 



39 

26 
281 

48 

126 

295 

1.53'* 

23 
572 
264 
539 

81 

91 

205 

112 

166 

2,375 

84 
134 

1,232 



152 
97 
15 
17 

130 
94 
24 
51 
10 

486 

156 

9,538 



2,009 

5,377 

1,447 

487 

218 

372 



24 
91 
28 
36 
90 
55 

81 
240 



101 



16 



97 



797 



14,511 



44 



3 
1 

2 

10 

1 
3 

2 
1 

4 

4 

12 

J3_ 



2 
10 



40 



32 
7 



98 



6,594 



229 



1 
10 
20 

12 
2 

5 
1 

1 

1 

31 

7 

7 

21 



35 

23 

277 

47 

121 

263 

1,493 

21 

490 

252 

508 

64 

82 

193 

107 

164 

2,300 

63 

91 

1.163 



3 
2 

4 

1 

2 

15 

19 

56 
10 
30 
6 
8 
9 
4 

32 

9 
19 

30 



15 
1 



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669 



122 

96 

15 

16 

129 

94 

21 

49 

6 

472 

143 

6,090 



14 



2,614 



150 
504 



1,594 

2.401 

1,422 

487 

186 

361 



210 

2,371 

13 

20 



"55" 
24 
88 
27 
35 
88 
54 

78 
225 



56 



TABLE 25. ALIENS DEPORTED, BY CCTOTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED AND DEPORTATION EXPENSE: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE ?0, I960 



Country to which 
deported 



Total 



Immigration 

and 

Naturalization 

Service 



Deportati 



on expense borne by: 



Other 
overnment 
agencies 



Steamship 
companies 



Airlines 



Aliens 
deported 



Aliens 
reshipped 



All countries . 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Foland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United Kingdom ... 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 1/ , 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iraq 

-Israel 

Japan , 

Jordan , 

Korea , 

Pakistan 

Philippines , 

Other Asia , 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 
Central America . 
Other No. America 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Pe ru 

Venezuela 

Other So. America 

Africa 

Other countries ... 
1/ Includes Formosa 



6,829 



1.535 



8 
4 

18 

7 

15 

91 

610 

14 

282 

53 

45 

8 

34 

118 

2V 

20 

119 

43 
19 

252 



18 

34 

10 

4 

9 

10 

20 

7 

8 

16 
67 
49 

4,858 



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3,442 
153 
23*+ 
148 



116 



14 

22 
30 
10 
11 
13 

16 
15 
53 



5,023 



338 

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3 

4 

11 
31 
63 

5 
75 

4 

9 

5 

11 

12 

8 

9 

57 

16 

11 

106 



7 
2 
8 
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4 
7 
8 

7 
2k 
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4,506 



3,359 

73 

134 

132 



58 



5 
7 

19 
6 
6 
3 

12 



15 



1,2^5 



10 



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2 

4 

15 

2 

2 

53 

478 

7 

138 

39 

35 

3 

9 

95 

17 

9 

48 

20 

5 
117 



10 

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3 
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23 



12 

24 

25 

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15 

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4 

2 
4 
3 



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TABLE 29. VESSELS AND AIRPLANES INSPECTED, CREWMEN ADMITTED, ALIEN CREWMEN 
DESERTED, AND ALIEN STOWAWAYS FOUND, BY REGION AND DISTRICT i 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 

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Crewmen admitted 


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crewmen 
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district 


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Aliens 


Citizens 


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67,064 


176.029 


1.707,992 


822,969 


6.432 


240 




16,544 


50.326 


668.271 


247,475 


2.936 


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14,950 

81 

3,417 

18,800 

867 

9,323 

68,395 


51,685 

45,721 

4,706 

481 

515,568 

33,954 

16,156 

635.895 


22,517 

12,252 

946 

3,523 

184,923 

4,490 

18,824 

317,579 


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51 

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New York, N. Y 


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1,640 
2,408 
8,252 
2,557 
2,335 
7,949 
1,806 

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77 

3,149 

29,004 

1,837 

163 

32,269 

975 

25,083 


55,503 
54,122 
57,631 

150,070 
76,047 
82,497 

1 at, 365 
55,660 

145,452 


25,688 
11,671 
14,981 
86,237 
30,758 
11,409 
122,659 
14,176 

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324 
376 
626 
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606 

1,244 

693 

393 

9,795 

7.876 


2,533 

1,628 

4,253 

1,857 

15 

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115 

7,355 

7,322 

26.319 


14,139 

16,384 

15,007 

310 

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10,483 

69,223 

224,675 


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6,726 

6,030 

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65,104 

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3,769 

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32,895 
84,199 
17,380 
38,775 
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25,427 
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15,470 

537 

14 

46,138 

35,906 

6,696 

20,842 

1,925 

9,506 
12,738 


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37 
288 

43 
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3 
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Hamilton, Bermuda 


31 


Miami . ... 


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TABLE 31. PASSENQKRS ARRIVED IN THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, 
BY COUNTRY OF EMBARKATION: YEAR ENDU3 JUNE 30, I960 

^Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 





Uv 


sea and a 


r 


By sea 


By air 


embarkation 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 




3.111.530 


1.190.948 


1.920,582 


7??,?65 


271.902 


482,063 


2.??7i?65 


919.046 


1.438.519 




1.255,570 


497,181 


758,589 


368,070 


149,465 


218,605 


887.500 


347.716 


559.784 




39 

808 

27,519 

53,282 

1,865 

230,930 

202,356 

1,064 

12,880 

1 

6,555 

42,253 

103,575 

41 

52 

545 

292 

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101,964 

15,042 

1,877 

27,840 

66 

24 

36,557 

11,950 

21,946 

1,540 

551,594 

612 

691 

10 

197.555 


15 

288 

12,044 

25,761 

1,388 

68,505 

67,714 

242 

5,620 

1 

5,155 

15,854 

59,471 

7 

44 

214 

104 

11 

51,453 

7,538 

1,550 

11,645 

34 

6 

16,833 

5,978 

10,478 

588 

149,995 

356 

489 

6 

86,310 


24 

520 

15,475 

27,521 

477 

162,627 

154,642 

822 

7,260 

5,202 

26,599 

64,104 

54 

8 

529 

188 

11 

50,511 

7,504 

527 

16,197 

52 

18 

19,704 

5,972 

11,468 

952 

201,599 

256 

202 

4 

111,043 


1 

2,352 

3,515 

255 

74,098 

61,779 

1,064 

8,951 

51 

7,714 

55,751 

291 

11 

52,457 

8,155 

1,620 

1,881 

3 

3 

11,124 

7,156 

644 
88,533 

691 
10 

48,803 


1 

957 

1,638 

189 

20,986 

24,622 

242 

4,073 

35 

2,901 

22,556 

104 

17,047 

4,075 

1,382 

685 

5 

2 

5,845 

3,185 

159 
38,305 

489 
6 

25.955 


1,395 

1,877 

66 

53,112 

37,157 

822 

4,858 

16 

4,813 

33.195 

187 

11 

15.390 

4,o8o 

258 

1,198 

1 
5,279 
5,971 

505 
50,228 

202 
4 

22,848 


38 

808 

25,167 

49,767 

1,610 

156.832 

140,577 

3,949 

1 

6,304 

34,559 

47,324 

41 

52 

545 

1 

11 

69,527 

6,887 

257 

25,959 

63 

21 

25,415 

4,794 

21,946 

896 

265,061 

612 

148,550 


14 
288 
11,087 
24,123 
1,199 
47,517 
45,092 

1,547 

1 

5,118 

12,955 

16,915 

7 

44 

214 

11 

54,406 

3,463 

168 

10,960 

31 

4 

10,988 

2,795 

10,478 

449 

111,690 

556 

60,555 


24" 




520 
14, 080 






25,644 




411 




109,515 
97,485 








2,402 








5,186 




21,586 




50,909 




y* 




8 




329 




1 








35,121 




3,424 




89 




14,999 




32 




17 




14,425 




2,001 




11,468 


Turkey (Europe and Asia) • • 


447 
151,371 


U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia). 


256 


Other U.K. Ter. & Dep 


88,195 




2 
25 

4 

279 

92 

36 

1 

93 

59 

117 

1,844 

7,324 

937 

242 

419 

66 

13,060 

127,648 

1 

1,605 

41 

1,527 

86 

2,130 

86 

290 

51 

27,699 

59 

7,630 


1 
17 

2 
97 
19 
32 

61 

51 

74 

718 

3,626 

650 

189 

220 

49 

7,297 

55,920 

1 

1,241 

57 

489 

55 

2,128 

51 

91 

17 

11,812 

29 

1,65^ 


1 

8 

2 

182 

73 

4 

1 

32 

8 

43 

1,126 

3,698 

307 

53 

199 

17 

5,763 

75,728 

364 

4 

1,058 

55 

2 

55 

199 

54 

15,887 

30 

5,976 


2 
23 

4 

5 

54 

114 

1,281 

4,107 

236 

9 

2 

6,678 

26,257 

1 

762 

21 

417 

78 

21 

5 

6,997 

941 


1 

17 

2 

32 

74 

330 

2,174 

184 

6 

4,552 

13,958 

1 

569 

20 

129 

52 

2 

5 
3,196 

113 


1 
6 
2 

3 
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40 

951 

1,933 

52 

3 

2 

2,126 
12,299 

193 

1 

288 

26 

19 

3,801 

82b 


2 

279 

89 

56 

1 

39 

59 

3 

563 

3,217 

701 

255 

417 

66 

6,582 

101,591 

845 

20 

1,110 

8 

2,130 

86 

269 

46 

20,702 

59 

6,689 


97 
19 
32 

29 
51 

388 

1,452 

446 

183 

220 

49 

2,745 

39,962 

672 

17 

360 

1 

2,128 

51 

89 

12 

8,616 

29 

1,541 


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2 




182 


Bonin Volcano Islands . , 


70 
4 




1 




10 




8 




5 




175 




1,765 




255 




50 




197 




17 
5,657 




61,429 




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171 




3 




750 




7 




2 




35 




180 




34 




12,086 




30 




5,lW 







65 



TABLE 31. PASSENGERS ARRIVED IN THE UNITED STATES, BY .SEA AND AIR, FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, 
BY COUNTRY OF EMBARKATION! YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 (Cont'd) 

^Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders^ 



Country of 
embarkation 



By sea and air 



Total 



Al|pn f . 



Citi- 
zens 



By sea 



Total 



Allen- 



Citi- 
zens 



By air 



Total 



Al lens 



Asia (Cont'd): 

Saudi Arabia 

Singapore 

Thailand 

Timor 

Vietnam 

Yemem 

Other Fortugueoe Ter. & Dep. 

Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Belgian Congo 

Cape Verde Islands 

Ethiopia 

French West Africa 

Ghana 

Ivory Coast (Fr.) 

Kenya 

Liberia 

Libya 

Morocco 

Mozambique • ■ 

Nigeria 

Reunion • 

Rio Muni 

Ruanda-Urandi 

St. Helena 

Sierre Leone 

Somililand (Fr.) 

Somililand 

Senegal (Fr . ) 

South Antarctica (Fr.) 

South 'v'est Africa 

South Rhodesia 

Sudan 

Tanganyika 

Togo 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other French Ter. & Dep. ... 
Other Portuguese Ter. & Dep. 
Other Spanish Ter. & Dep. •• 



Oceania 

Australia 

Fiji 

Gilbert and Ellice Islands . 

French Oceania 

New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. Adm.). 

Solomon Islands (Br.) 

Tonga Islands 

Wake and Midway Islands. ... 

Western Samoa 

Yap 

Other U.K. Ter. & Dep 

North A.nerica 

Canada 

Greenland 

Mexico 

St. Pierre and Miquelon .... 



2,034 

1,032 

339 

2 

1(70 

22 

1 

I'M 97 



60 

1* 

242 

11(8 

44 

65 

605 

11 

21* 

791 

2,920 

5,839 

30 

22 

13 

22 

4 

699 

53 

13 

1 

92 

20 

2 

2 

23 

3 

15 

172 

1,013 

1,200 

7 

35 

3 



55.160 



26,480 

7,081 

25 

674 

6,689 

8,420 

15 

138 

5,537 

59 

8 

34 

1,220,309 



15,694 

7,267 

256,933 

66 



595 
637 
147 

1 

301 

22 

1 

3.092 



30 

4 

69 

30 

7 

23 

292 

4 

7 

304 

537 

342 

13 

5 

3 

2 
39 
43 

2 

41 

9 

2 

2 

20 

1 

4 

128 

550 

575 

1 



34,608 



1,439 

395 

192 

1 

169 



11.105 



7 

763 

19 

1 



30 

173 

118 

37 

42 

313 

7 

17 

487 

2,383 

5,497 

17 

17 

10 

22 

2 

660 

10 

11 

1 

51 

11 



3 

2 

11 

44 

463 

625 

6 

35 



20.552 



4 

4 

43 

148 

43 

11 

30 

11 

24 

110 

192 

312 

30 

3 

2 



53 
13 

1 

8 

20 

2 

20 
3 

13 
447 
461 

35 
3 



5 

527 

5 



909 



21,553 

4,445 

24 

256 

5.820 

1,750 

13 

24 

683 

5 

1 

34 

433,88? 



159 

80,830 

26 



4,927 

2,636 

1 

4l8 

869 

6,670 

2 

114 

4,854 

54 

7 



786,422 



21.169 



7,150 

7,108 

176,103 

40 



13,508 
963 
5 

49 
5.382 
1,196 



66 



121,731 



2 
4 

12 

30 
7 
4 

18 
4 
7 

64 

1 

121 

13 
1 
2 



43 
2 

8 
9 

2 

17 

1 

1 
232 
301 



17,839 



2 
236 

14 



1.137 



2,027 
269 

320 

2 

469 

22 

1 

12,151 



31 

118 

36 

7 

12 

7 

17 

46 

191 

191 

17 

2 



3 
2 

12 

215 
160 

35 



3.330 



56" 

199 

1 

54 

575 



681 
2,728 
5.527 

19 

11 

22 

4 

699 



590 

110 

142 
1 

300 

22 

1 

2.183 



84 



57 



19 
274 



240 
536 
221 

4 
1 

2 
39 



33 



2 


2 


3 


3 


15 


4 


159 


127 


566 


318 


739 


274 


7 


1 



11,922 
497 

4 

17 

4,726 

633 



40 



55.926 



9,293 

30 

2,661 



6,346 
15 
1,429 



T75H6" 

466 

1 

32 

656 

563 



26 



65,305 



33.991 



2,947 
15 
1,232 



12,972 

6,118 

20 

625 

1,307 

7,224 

15 

138 

5,471 

59 

8 

34 

1.098.578 



16.769 



6,401 

7,237 

254,272 

66 



9,631 

3,948 

20 

239 

1,094 

1,117 

13 

24 

643 

5 

1 

34 

377.961 



2,198 

144 

79,401 

26 



66 



TABLE 31. 



PASSENGERS ARRIVED IN THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, FROM FOHEIGN COUNTRIES, 
BT COUNTRY OF KMBARKATION: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 (Cont'd) 



,/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 



By sea and air 



By sea~ 



Country of 
embarkation 

North America (Cont'd): 

West Indies 

Bahamas 

Be rmuda 

British Virgin Islands . 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic 

Guadeloupe 

Haiti 

Martinique 

Netherlands iieet Indies 

The West Indies 

Barbados 

Jamaica • 

Leeward Islands: 

Antigua 

Montserrat 

St. Christopher .... 
Trinidad and Tobago .. 
Windward Islands: 

Dominica • •• 

Grenada 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent 

Central America 

British Honduras 

Canal Zone and Panama .. 

Costa Rica 

El Salvador 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

South America 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

British Guiana 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

French Guiana 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Surinam (Neth. Guiana) . 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Cruise • ■ 

Bermuda 

Caribbean 

Europe & Mediterranean ■ 

Far East 

Southern South America . 

World Cruise 

Other Countries 

Flag of Carrier: 

United States 

Foreign 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total Aliens 



-£- 



Citi- 
zens 



846.933 



234,842 

115,698 

19,294 

254,548 

22,394 

5,354 

17,378 

3,212 

23,979 

10,981 
106,313 

10,277 

67 

2,549 

19, '♦13 

11 
186 
413 

24 

93. 416 



2,023 
44,078 
6,501 
7,212 
20,848 
7,908 
4,846 

1 93,6 53 



21,685 

2,139 

26,198 

648 

9,087 

32,748 

8,171 

110 

6?4 

17,090 

238 

845 

74,020 



23,518 

134,502 

9,157 

1,551 

1,417 
2,336 
2,807 



1,471,536 
1,639,994 



299.762 



547.171 



97.636 



35,442 

16,938 

14,694 

137,271 

8,647 

4,405 

5,667 

1,878 

13,059 

61,761 

57224" 

40,096 

4,229 

17 

1,822 

9,946 

2 

81 

340 

4 

44,566 



199,400 

98,760 

4,600 

117,277 

13,747 

949 

11,711 

1.334 

10,920 

88,473 



24,808 

8,240 

18,946 

26,268 

2,473 

3,729 

1,603 

577 

4,789 

6,203 



44,096 



5,757 
66,217 

6,048 

50 

727 

9,467 

9 
105 

73 
20 

48,850 



120 
3,402 

65 

433 
2,060 



102 

21 
12,111 



2,123 

925 

14,597 

17,872 

215 

3.539 

225 

551 

2,664 

1.385 

(52 

377 

41 

398 
483 



1 
3 

4,040 



53.540 



1,031 
15,333 
3,906 
4,970 
11,310 
4,579 
3,437 

124,377 



14,602 

1,341 

15,165 

422 

6,577 

23,903 

5,409 

78 

401 

10,100 

113 

669 
45.597 

11 ^93 



992 
28,745 
2,595 
2,242 
9,538 
3,329 
1,409 

69.276 



955 
8.574 
333 
762 
143 
169 
557 



408,355 
782,593 



7,083 

798 

11,033 

226 

2,510 

8,845 

2,762 

32 

273 

6,990 

125 

176 

28,423 

163.795 



23 

10,230 

187 

71 
847 
700 

53 

16.858 



22.563 
125,928 
8,824 
789 
1,274 
2,167 
2,250 



1,063,181 
857,401 



3,079 

2,861 

12 

686 

371 

771 

13 

1 

631 

28 

192 

8,213 

175.288 



11 

3.284 

70 

37 

298 

315 

25 

10 , 31 5 



22,685 
7,315 
4,349 
8,396 
2,258 
190 
1,378 
26 
2,125 
4,818 

3,025 

24 

35 
1,577 



101 

18 
8.071 



7^9.297 



210,034 

107,458 

348 

228,280 

19,921 

1,625 

15,775 

2,635 

19,190 

144,031 



255.666 



10,861 
102,911 

10,212 

67 

2,116 

17,353 

11 

84 

413 

3 

81.305 



12 
6,946 
117 

34 
549 
385 

28 

6.54; 



237518 
134,502 
9,157 
1,551 
1,417 
2,336 
2,807 



178,517 
575,448 



1,U5 

1,334 

8 

323 

183 

191 

13 

] 

161 

20 

189 

6,777 

11.493 



955 
8.574 
333 
762 
143 
169 
557 



39,960 
231,942 



T796i 

1.527 

4 

363 

188 
580 



470 
8 
3 

1,436 

163.795 



2,000 
33,848 
6,314 
7,141 
20,001 
7,208 
4,793 

176.795 



33,319 

16,013 

97 

119,399 

8,432 

866 

5,442 

1,327 

10,395 

60.376 

5,142 

39,719 

4,188 

17 

1,424 

9,463 

2 

80 

340 

1 

40.526 



18,606 

2,139 

23,337 

636 

8,401 

32,377 

7,400 

97 

673 

16,459 

210 

653 

65,807 



1,020 
12,049 
3,836 
4,933 
11,012 
4,164 
3,412 

114,062 



13,487 

1,341 

13,831 

414 

6,254 

23,720 

5,218 

65 

400 

9,939 

93 

480 

38,820 



22,563 
125,928 
8,824 
789 
1,274 
2,167 
2,250 



138,557 
343,506 



1,293,019 
1,064,546 



368,395 
550,651 



''93.651 



176,715 

91,445 

251 

108,881 

11,489 

759 

10,333 

1,308 

8,795 

83.655 



5,719 
63,192 

6,024 

50 

692 

7,890 

9 

4 

73 

2 

40.779 



21,799 
2,478 
2,208 
8,989 
2,944 
1,381 

6^733 



5,119 

798 

9,506 

222 

2,147 

8,657 

2,182 

32 

273 

6,520 

117 

173 

26,987 



924,624 
513,895 



67 



TABLE 32. PASSENGERS DEPARTED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, 
TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, BY COUNTRY OF DEBARKATION I 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over lancf borders/ 



Country of 
debarkation 



By sea and air 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total Aliens 



3y sea 



zrrr- 

zens 



By air 



Total 



Aliens 



"cTtF 

zens 



All countries 

Europe 

Andorra 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxembourg 

Malta 

Netherlands 

Norway ••••■•••••••••• 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Trieste 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) 
U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Asia 

Aden 

Arabian Peninsula .... 

Afghanistan 

Bonin Volcano Islands. 

Burma 

Cambodia 

Ceylon 

Christmas Island .... 

Cyprus 

Formosa 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Laos 

Lebanon 

Malaya 

New Guinea (Neth.) ... 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Ryukyu Islands 

Saudi Arabia 

Sarawak 

Singapore 

Thailand 

Vietnam 

Other U.K. Ter. 8. Dep. 



2.939.330 



1.004.377 



1.934.953 



, 720.470 



229.961 



490.50? 2. 213, 960 



774.416 



1.444.444 



1.230.688 



19 

1,270 

30,821 

3 

51,495 

2,192 

202,053 

190,753 

1,591 

14,872 

10,453 

36,689 

111,338 

225 

1 

84,575 

13,948 

281 

23,936 

24 

39,352 

13,832 

21,496 

225 

2,208 

677 

375,888 

471 

169.303 



67 

20 

9 

60 

18 

6 

66 

19 

132 

965 

4,812 

735 

170 

478 

54 

13,887 

104,515 

16 

501 

9 

2,377 

16 

3,001 

324 

26,343 

6,878 

2,291 

2 

693 

520 

283 

36 



433.477 



797.211 



369.280 



135.184 



234,096 



861.408 



293.293 



365 
10,911 

21,796 

1,530 

61,412 

46,049 

406 

4,704 

4,721 

10,796 

32,815 

98 

1 

38,043 

6,391 

208 

5,810 

13 

18,447 

6,695 

8,590 

103 

726 

560 

151,920 

359 

57.238 



11 

905 

19,910 

3 

29,699 

662 

140,641 

144,704 

1,185 

10,168 

5,732 

25,893 

78,523 

127 

46,532 

7,557 

73 

18,126 

11 

20,905 

7,137 

12,906 

122 

1,482 

117 

223,968 

112 

112.065 



2,422 

4,449 

752 

68,252 

53,567 

1,584 

11,036 

73 

9,727 

58,620 

1 

23,714 

9,613 

136 

3,073 

3 

14,642 

7,287 

225 

706 

2 

98,928 
468 

35.210 



1,053 

2,193 

416 

18,646 

16,189 

406 

3,843 

56 

2,716 

19,062 

1 

10,835 

4,577 

114 

1,012 

3 

8,354 

3,142 

103 

155 

2 

41,950 

356 

13.780 



1,369 

2,256 

336 

49,606 

37,378 

1,178 

7,193 

17 

7,011 

39,558 



12,879 

5,036 

22 

2,061 

6,288 
4,145 

122 
551 

56,978 
112 

21.430 



19 

1,270 

28,399 

3 

47,046 

1,440 

133,801 

137,186 

7 

3,836 

10,380 

26,962 

52,718 

225 

60,861 

4,335 

145 

20,863 

21 

24,710 

6,545 

21,496 

1,502 

675 

276,960 

3 

134.093 



365 
9,858 

19,603 

1,114 

42,766 

29,860 

861 

4,665 

8,080 

13,753 

98 

27,208 

1,814 

94 

4,798 

10 

10,093 

3,553 

8,590 

571 

558 

109,970 

3 

43.458 



32 

1 

42 

257 

1,516 

274 

83 

111 

17 

4,052 

36,016 

7 

227 

679 

15 

2,995 

82 

9,186 

771 

396 

1 

180 

177 

50 

33 



55 

19 

2 

50 

10 

6 

34 

18 

90 

708 

3,296 

461 

87 

367 

37 

9,835 

68,499 

9 

274 

9 

1,698 

1 

6 

242 

17,157 

6,107 

1,895 

1 

513 

343 

233 

3 



67 
20 



4 

6 

46 

132 

586 

2,046 

368 

75 

7 

6,532 

15,706 

5 

437 

9 

858 

8 

4 

52 

6,591 

1,123 

9 

2 

295 

163 
59 



25 

42 
136 
653 
143 

25 



2,317 

6,825 

4 

178 

202 

7 

18 

2,964 

110 

1 
77 
33 

4 



55 
19 



1 

6 

21 

90 

450 

1,393 

225 

50 

7 

4,215 

8,881 

1 

259 

9 

656 

1 

4 

34 

3,627 

1,013 

9 

1 

218 

130 

55 



9 
60 
14 

20 
19 

379 

2,766 

367 

95 

471 

54 

7,355 

88,809 

11 

64 

1,519 

8 

2,997 

272 

19,752 

5,755 

2,282 

398 
357 
224 

36 



7 

10 

5 

7 

1 

121 

863 

131 

58 

111 

17 

1,735 

29,191 

3 

49 

477 

8 

2,995 

64 

6,222 

661 

396 

103 

144 

46 

33 



563.115 



11 

905 

13,541 

3 

27,443 

326 

91,035 

107,326 

7 

2,975 

5,715 

18,882 

38,965 

127 

33,653 

2,521 

51 

16,065 

11 

14,617 

2,992 

12,906 

931 

117 

166,990 



90.635 



2 

50 

9 

13 
18 

258 

1,903 

236 

37 

360 

37 

5,620 

59,618 

8 

15 

1,042 

2 

208 

13,530 

5,094 

1,886 

295 
213 

178 
3 



68 



TABLE 32. PASSENGERS DEPARTED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, 
TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, BY COUNTRY OF DEBARKATION! 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 (Cont'd) 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 



Country of 
debarkation 



By sea and i 



Total 



Aliens 



is. 



cm: 

zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



"CTFT 
zens 



Total 



By air 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Belgian Congo ........ 

Cameroun (Fr.) 

Cape Verde Islands ... 

Congo (Fr.) 

Ethiopia 

French West Africa ... 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Ivory Coast (Fr.) .... 

Kenya 

Liberia 

Libya 

Madagascar ........... 

Morocco 

Mozambique 

Nigeria 

Senegal (Fr.) 

Sierre Leone 

Somaliland '(Fr.) ..... 
South West Africa .... 

Tanganyika 

Togo (Fr.) 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa. 
United Arab Republic . 
Other French Ter. 

and Dep «... 

Other U. K. Ter. 

and Dep 

Oceania 

Australia 

Fiji 

French Oceania 

Gilbert and Elllce 

Islands 

New Caledonia 

New Guinea 

New Zealand 

Pacific Islands 

(U.S. Adm.) 

Solomon Islands (Br.). 
Wake and Midway Is. .. 

Western Samoa •• 

Other U. K. Ter. 

and Dep 



12.707 



176 

6 

126 

38 

21 

1 

9 

124 

558 

2 

2 

76 

1,274 

2,762 

9 

4,681 

25 

98 

169 

SI 

22 

5 

23 

8 

71 

947 

1,416 



47.464 



21,027 

8,378 

752 

4 

2 

11 

4,946 

8,068 

111 

4,114 

19 

32 



1,836 



10.871 



2.538 



693 



1.845 



55 
2 

32 
1 
4 

3 

23 

140 



14 
270 
352 

133 

3 

22 

34 

11 

6 

1 



22 
372 
335 

1 



25.113 



13,785 

5,427 

189 



3,556 

1,553 

20 

548 

1 

32 



121 

4 

94 

37 

17 

1 

6 

101 

418 

2 

2 

62 

1,004 

2,410 

9 

4,648 

22 

76 

135 

40 

16 

4 

23 

8 

49 

575 

1,081 



22.351 



121 

6 

8 

27 

21 

1 

9 

46 

55 

2 

2 

76 

177 

70 

9 

578 

25 

98 

31 

39 

22 

9 

23 



503 
578 



7,242 

2,951 

563 

2 

2 

11 

1,390 

6,515 
91 

3,566 
18 



14.832 



10,423 
204 
193 



2 

7 

3,446 



29 
2 
5 
1 
4 

3 

1 

11 



14 
52 
11 

129 
3 
22 
8 
5 
6 
1 



197 
188 



9.225 



92 

4 

3 

26 

17 

1 

6 

45 

44 

2 

2 

62 

125 

59 

9 

449 

22 

76 

23 

34 

16 

4 

23 



306 
390 



10.169 



537 
20 



6,336 

122 

50 



2,380 
337 



5-607 



4,087 
82 
143 



2 

7 

1,066 

200 

20 



55 

118 
11 



78 
503 



1,097 
2,692 

4,103 



138 
12 



8 

71 

444 

838 



1 



32.632 



1-143 



26 
27 



22 

129 



218 
341 



26 
6 



22 
175 
147 



15. £ 



10,604 

8,174 

559 



4 

1,500 

7,531 

111 

4,094 

19 

32 



7,449 

5,305 

139 



1,176 

1,216 

20 

548 

1 

32 



9.026 



29 

91 
11 



56 

374 



879 
2,351 

4,099 



112 
6 



8 

49 

269 

691 



16.744 



3,155 

2,869 

420 



4 
324 

6,315 
91 

3,546 
18 



69 



TABLE 32. PASSENGERS DEPARTED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, 
TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, BY COUNTRY OF DEBARKATIONi 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 (Cont'd) 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 



Country of 
debarkation 



By sea and air 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



By sea 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



By air 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



North America 

Canada 

Greenland 

Mexico 

West Indies 

Bahamas 

Bermuda 

British Virgin Islands. 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic .... 

Guadeloupe 

Haiti 

Martinique 

Netherlands West Indies. 

The West Indies 

Barbados 

Jamaica 

Leeward Islands i 

Antigua 

Montserrat 

St. Christopher ... 
Trinidad and Tobago . 
Windward Islands: 

Dominica 

Grenada 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent 

Central America 

British Honduras 

Canal Zone and Panama . 

Costa Rica 

El Salvador 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

South America 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

British Guiana 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Falkland Islands 

French Guiana 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Surinam (Neth. Guiana) .. 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Cruise 

Bermuda 

Caribbean 

Europe and Mediterranean. 

Far East 

Southern South America .. 

World Cruise 

Other countries 

Flag of Carrier: 

United States 

Foreign 



1.157,322 



372.296 



785.526 



131.651 



48 .111 



83.540 



1.026.171 



324.185 



701.986 



15,560 

7,386 

245,996 

804.842 



9,557 

112 

74,135 

252.801 



6,003 

7,274 

171,861 

552.041 



9,086 

1 

1,667 

111.963 



6,716 
1 

570 

38.590 



2,370 

1,097 

73.373 



6,474 

7,385 

244,329 

692.879 



2,841 

111 

73,565 

214.211 



3,633 

7,274 

170,764 

478.668 



251,623 
124,748 

18,282 
226,948 

19,061 
1,799 

17,405 
2,024 

18,274 
124.678 



35,500 

21,633 

14,110 

115,590 

6,757 

906 

5,283 

968 

9,342 

42.712 



216,123 

103,115 

4,172 

111,358 

12,304 

893 

12,122 

1,056 

8,932 

81.966 



46,407 

18,666 

17,837 

22,064 

579 

248 

1,205 

130 

1,435 

3.392 



3,190 

5,411 

13,927 

14,270 

163 

172 

431 

75 

469 

482 



43,217 

13,255 

3,910 

7,794 

416 

76 

774 

55 

966 

2.910 



205,216 

106,082 

445 

204,884 

18,482 

1,551 

16,200 

1,894 

16,839 

121.286 



32,310 

16,222 

183 

101,320 

6,594 

734 

4,852 

393 

8,873 

42.230 



9,533 
87,493 

9,206 
53 

1,611 
16,103 

273 
28 

312 
66 

84.038 



4,354 
26,236 

3,763 

34 

857 

7,191 

26 

10 

208 

33 

35.691 



5,179 
61,257 

5,443 

19 

754 

8,912 

247 

18 

104 

33 

48.347 



232 
2,060 

14 

56 
756 

259 

4 
11 



8.934 



74 
175 



40 
154 

25 
4 
2 



2.234 



158 
1,885 



16 
602 



234 



6.700 



2,188 
38,831 
6,716 
6,305 
18,994 
6,289 
4,715 

174.882 



972 
10,865 
3,622 
3,999 
9,845 
3,313 
3,075 

104.328 



1,216 
27,966 
3,094 
2,306 
9,149 
2,976 
1,640 

70.554 



71 

7,619 

136 

10 
291 
790 

17 

20.495 



10 

1,701 

53 

7 

121 

329 

13 

12.879 



61 

5,918 

83 

3 

170 

461 

4 

7.616 



19,560 

1,271 

30,171 

948 

7,995 

30,410 

6,782 

11 

110 

538 

14,162 

503 

834 

61,587 

146.464 



11,012 

637 

17,773 

558 

5,250 

21,029 

4,231 

1 

85 

227 

7,965 

191 

418 

34,951 

10.089 



8,548 

634 

12,398 

390 

2,745 

9,381 

2,551 

10 

25 

311 

6,197 

312 

416 

26,636 

136.375 



3,476 

8,569 
31 

1,003 
491 
459 



1 

399 

39 

240 

5,784 

146.464 



21,092 

108,869 

10,282 

1,361 

2,369 

1,965 

526 



1,378,018 
1,561,312 



643 

6,968 

1,959 

148 

188 

146 

37 



332,181 
672,196 



20,449 
101,901 
8,323 
1,213 
2,181 
1,819 
489 



1,045,837 
889,116 



21,092 

103,869 

10,282 

1,361 

2,369 

1,965 

526 



165,884 
554,586 



1,389 

6,574 

23 
509 
257 
149 

2 
1 

131 

13 

108 

3,723 

10.089 



2,087 

1,995 

8 
494 
234 
310 



1 

268 

26 

132 

2,061 

136.375 



643 

6,968 

1,959 

148 

188 

146 

37 



31,612 
198,349 



20,449 
101,901 
8,323 
1,213 
2,181 
1,819 
489 



134,272 
356,237 



9,301 
85,433 

9,192 

53 

1,555 

15,347 

14 

24 

301 

66 

75.104 



2,117 
31,212 
6,580 
6,295 
18,703 
5,499 
4,698 

154.387 



4,280 
26,061 

3,755 

34 

817 

7,037 

1 

6 

206 

33 

33.457 



172,906 

89,860 

262 

103,564 

11,888 

817 

11,348 

1,001 

7,966 

79.056 



16,084 

1,271 

21,602 

917 

6,992 

29,919 

6,323 

11 

107 

537 

13,763 

464 

594 

55,803 



1,212,134 
1,006,726 



962 
9,164 
3,569 
3,992 
9,724 
2,984 
3,062 

91.449 



9,623 

637 

11,199 

535 

4,741 

20,772 

4,082 

1 

83 

226 

7,834 

178 

310 

31,228 



300,569 
473,847 



5,021 
59,372 

5,437 

19 

738 

8,310 

13 
18 
95 
33 

41.647 



1,155 
22,048 
3,011 
2,303 
8,979 
2,515 
1,636 

62.938 



6,461 

634 

10,403 

382 

2,251 

9,147 

2,241 

10 

24 

311 

5,929 

286 

284 

24,575 



911,565 
532,879 



70 



TABLE 33. PASSENGER TRAVEL BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES, 

BY SEA AND AIR, BY PORT OF ARHIVAL OR DEPARTURE: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 



Port 



By se.i and air 



Total 



All ens 



Ctti- 



By sea 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



By air 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Ala., 

Mask. 
Calif 

D. C. 
Fla., 



Guam, 
Hawaii 
111., 
La., 
Md., 
Mass. , 
Mich., 
N. J., 
N. Y., 

N. C, 
Pa., 
P. R., 
S. C, 
Tex. , 



Va., 
V. I. 



Wash. 
Other 



Ala., 

Alaska 

Calif. 

D. C, 
Fla., 



Guam, 
Hawaii 
111., 
La. , 
Md., 
Mass. , 
Mich., 
N. J., 
N. Y., 

N. C, 
Pa., 
P. R., 
S. C, 
Tex. , 



Wash. 
Other 



ARRIVED 

Mobile 

, Anchorage 

, Los Angeles 

San Francisco ... 

Washington 

Key West 

Miami 

Port Everglades . 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach . 

Agana 

Honolulu 

Chicago 

New Orleans 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Detroit 

McGuire, A.F.B. . 

Buffalo 

New York 

Wilmington 

Philadelphia .... 

San Juan 

Charleston 

Brownsville 

Dallas 

Houston 

San Antonio 

Norfolk 

Charlotte Amalie 

Frederiksted .... 

Seattle 

ports 

DEPARTED 

Mobile 

, Anchorage 

, Los Angeles 

San Francisco • . . 

Washington 

Key West 

Miami 

Port Everglades . 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach . 

Agana 

Honolulu 

Chicago 

New Orleans 

Baltimore 

Boston 

Detroit 

McGuire, A.F.B. . 

Buffalo 

New York 

Wilmington 

Philadelphia .... 

San Juan 

Charleston 

Brownsville 

Dallas 

Houston 

San Antonio 

Norfolk 

Charlotte Amalie 

Frederiksted .... 

Seattle 

ports 



3.111.530 



1.190. 048 



1,920.532 



753.96! 



271.902 



482.063 



2.357.565 



919.046 



1.438.519 



3,207 

38,195 

115,995 

120,00-i 

12,807 

48,003 

544,062 

87,410 

7,818 
37,966 
16,243 
64,379 
54,579 
57,402 

4,023 
50,008 
16,303 
73,226 

3,754 
1,488,636 

1,501 

5,050 
92,682 
15,836 

1,146 

1,596 
33,466 
46,190 

5,049 
25,866 

3,309 

8,999 
26,821 

2.939.330 



350 

29,044 

47,881 

50,147 

1,697 

26,240 

212,804 

23,108 

3,936 

8,814 

6,650 

25,686 

15,580 

18,363 

1,652 

16,460 

5,495 

8,354 

3,459 

570,924 

70 

1,579 

51,080 

2,682 

423 

298 

10,649 

12,486 

839 

17,716 

1,830 

4,085 

9,667 

1.004.377 



2,857 

8,251 

68,114 

69,856 

11,110 

21,763 

331,258 

64,302 

3,882 

29,152 

9,593 

38,693 

38,999 

39,039 

2,371 

33,548 

10,808 

64,372 

295 

917,712 

1,431 

3,471 

41,602 

13,154 

723 

1,298 

22,817 

33,704 

4,210 

8,150 

1,479 

4,914 

17,154 

1.931.953 



3,162 

15,884 

30,355 

1,302 

10,403 

72,438 

33,564 

1,237 

980 

3,711 

18,345 

5 

6,421 

2,510 

4,944 

32 

1 

468,750 

1,494 

1 ,292 

16,447 

2,338 

152 

1,018 



307 

11,425 

15,222 

62 

12,756 

4,915 

16,031 

330 

413 

1,990 

11,333 

5 

1.442 

1,150 

1,977 

14 



152,626 

68 

594 

11,821 

376 

124 



2,062 




/49 


19,616 


14 


898 


289 




14 


4,539 


2 


220 


21,579 


8 


413 



720. 4^ 



554 
27,227 
111,723 
15,192 
10,797 
47,060 
502,039 
73,144 

7,086 
33,278 
30,722 
137,496 
44,710 
53,416 

1,907 
91,487 
16,958 
68,69? 

3,187 
1,434,331 

1,908 

446 

73,784 

14,293 

2,839 
12,808 
30,172 
35,007 

4,349 
25,324 

9,071 
12,868 

5,455 



143 

23,016 

40,433 

3,736 

1,076 

25,315 

185,266 

19,792 

3,325 

2,464 

9,971 

'- ' ,669 

10,552 

16,079 

739 

27,513 

4,622 

1,928 

2,840 

431,705 

65 

211 

36,251 

1,412 

727 

2,194 

8 , 936 

10,879 

843 

17,242 

3,956 

3,818 

1,569 



411 

4,211 

71,290 

11,4 56 

9,721 

21,745 

316,773 

5 } 352 

3,761 

30,814 

20,751 

81.327 

31,158 

37,337 

1,168 

63,974 

12,336 

66,764 

347 

952,536 

1 ,"43 

. I! 

37,533 

12.8B1 

2.112 

i , 6 14 

21,236 

24,128 

3,506 

8,002 

5.115 

9.050 

3,886 



20,353 


11 


,240 


8,162 


1 


715 


672 




18 


20,791 


13 


,719 


70,982 


4 


303 


23,201 


13 


698 


1,165 




413 


1,106 




328 


3,971 


1 


790 


28,024 


18 


272 


2 




1 


8,262 


1 


614 


1,083 




387 


16,796 


6 


183 


10 




2 


481 ,7i>7 


136 


120 


1.605 




65 


378 




211 


2,178 


1 


093 


1,513 




243 


153 




103 



1,075 



2.855 

4,459 

15,133 

1,240 

6,742 

67,523 

17,533 

857 

567 

1,721 

7,012 

4,079 
1,360 
2,967 

14 



316,124 

1,426 

698 

4,626 

1,962 

28 

446 



,313 
,718 
275 
,319 
,166 



'2°. 961 



490.509 



45 

38,195 

100,111 

89,648 

11,505 

28,505 

471,624 

53,846 

6,581 

36,986 

12,532 

46,034 

54,574 

50,981 

1,513 

45,064 

16,271 

73,226 

3,753 

1,019,886 

7 

3,753 

76,235 

13,498 

994 

1.596 

32,448 

46,190 

2,987 

6,250 

3,020 

4,460 

5,242 

2.218.860 



43 

29,944 

36,456 

34,925 

1,635 

13,484 

207,889 

7,077 

3,556 

8,401 

4,660 

14,353 

15,575 

16,921 

502 

14,483 

5,477 

8,354 

3,458 

418,298 

2 

985 

39,259 

2,306 

299 

298 

10,077 

12,486 

90 

2,818 

1,816 

1,865 

1,254 

774.416 



2 

8,251 

63,655 

54,723 

9,870 

15,021 

263,735 

46,769 

3,025 

28,585 

7,872 

31,681 

38,999 

34,060 

1,011 

30,581 

10,794 

64,872 

295 

601,588 

5 

2,773 

36,976 

11,192 

695 

1,290 

22,371 

33,704 

2,897 

3,432 

1,204 

2,595 

3,988 

1,444.444 



143 



333 



n 


: 07 


828 


18 


217 


14,146 




258 


10 


3 


501 


1,240 


2 


404 


1,133 



411 

0,113 

6,447 

654 

7,072 

66,179 

9,503 

75.' 

778 

2,181 

9,652 

1 

6,648 

696 

10,613 



345,647 

1,620 

167 

1.085 

1,265 

50 

742 

1,379 
4,071 
248 
2,261 
1,266 



27,227 

91,370 

7,030 

10,125 

26,269 

431,057 

49,943 

5,921 

32,172 

26,751 

109,472 

44,708 

45,154 

824 

74,691 

16,948 

68,692 

3,187 

952,564 

223 

68 

71,606 

12.780 

2,686 

12,808 

29,097 

35,007 

2,142 

7,107 

8,813 

9 , 367 

3 , 051 



23,016 

29,193 

2,021 

1,058 

11,596 

180,463 

6,094 

2,912 

2,136 

8,181 

37,297 

10,551 

14,465 

352 

21,330 

4,620 

1,928 

2,840 

345,675 



35,158 

1,164 

624 

2,194 

8,603 

10,879 

15 

3,006 

3,946 

2,578 

431 



4,211 

62,177 

5,009 

9,067 

14,673 

250,594 

43,849 

3,009 

30,036 

18,570 

72,175 

34,157 

30,689 

472 

53,361 

12,328 

66,764 

347 

606,889 

223 

68 

36,448 

11,616 

2,062 

10,614 

20,494 

24,128 

2,127 

4,011 

4,867 

6,789 

2,620 



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All countries ... 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia .... 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

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Poland 

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Rumania 

Spain 

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Asia 

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Iran 

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North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

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Central America ... 
Other North America 

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Brazil 

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Ecuador 

Venezuela , 

Other South America 

Africa , 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania , 

Other countries 

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TABLE 35. ALIENS WHO REPORTED UNDER THE ALIEN ADDRESS PROGRAM, 
BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi DURING I960 



2.918,973 



1,657,464 



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15 
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263, 
49, 
70, 
67, 

257, 
21, 
31, 
39, 
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166, 
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17, 
26, 
13, 
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226, 
89, 
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253.297 



47,895 
9,740 
6,440 
8,475 

72,012 
9,564 

61,160 

38,011 

952.827 



295,289 

509,517 

63,131 

38,203 

37,227 

9,460 

56.623 



10,243 
7,190 

12,461 
6,229 
5,179 

15,321 

12,230 
11.523 



7,572 
2,379 
1,572 

5,009 



192,717 



3,372 
1,629 
2,444 
3,992 
609 
1,750 
6,199 

28,611 
3,524 
6,534 
6,649 

18,060 

1,460 

875 

10,870 
3,039 
5,414 

10,356 
1,206 
3,929 
5,084 
3,874 
1,849 

44,407 
9,590 
5,774 
1,617 

74.963 



16,547 
1,791 
1,946 
1,101 

25,344 
1,896 

17,822 
8,516 

283.897 



59,475 

203,402 

1,907 

1,045 

15,679 

2,389 

9.855 



2,019 
1,053 
1,540 
1,116 
293 
3,834 

2,040 

3.768 



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514 



406,630 



12,752 

2,124 

6,820 

1,853 

1,569 

2,802 

9,579 

55,536 

12,044 

17,116 

24,841 

94,973 

3,518 

3,933 

4,096 

6,813 

41,943 

1,654 

4,252 

4,038 

3,764 

3,214 

3,283 

43,695 

30,088 

6,909 

3,421 

30,672 



11,485 
1,358 

956 
4,627 
4,144 

728 
2,097 
5,277 

91.864 



35,306 

2,332 

21,524 

21,993 

9,573 

1,136 

18.596 



3,575 
1,739 
4,932 
2,670 
1,512 
4,168 

3,783 



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214 
102 



237,514 



19,052 



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199 

454 

149 

29 

29 

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6,445 

453 

444 

672 

869 

119 

37 

555 

131 

627 

40 

74 

317 

224 

179 

176 

4,926 

268 

130 

281 

4.137 



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169 
115 
77 
1,333 
216 
463 
872 

212.498 



3,037 
207,926 
376 
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334 

1.261 



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200 
108 
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272 

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149,109 



3,961 

1,050 

3,711 

945 

547 

471 

1,922 

27,933 

5,607 

4,446 

6,499 

15,791 

2,241 

8,458 

2,173 

2,031 

24,382 

61 

1,925 

301 

3,605 

646 

592 

10,645 

7,641 

10,685 

840 

10.197 



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871 
408 
220 

2,730 
561 

1,261 

1,696 

36.395 



7,360 

26,465 

1,701 

302 

530 

37 

2.726 



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352 
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452 
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New Jersey 



128,639 



4,032 

877 

2,163 

1,315 

725 

445 

1,856 

20,259 

2,324 

8,229 

4,451 

28,459 

1,100 

1,381 

3,450 

1,360 

14,823 

1,744 

851 

1,133 

990 

952 

595 

14,016 

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2,027 

811 

5.247 



1,164 
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423 

1,006 
247 
604 

1,351 

13.073 



5,510 

305 

5,092 

1,283 

536 

347 

3.029 



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470 
287 
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556 

669 

378 



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141.719 



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2,032 

1,203 

1,212 

440 

208 

1,402 

1,004 

11,719 

2,843 

3,775 

1,623 

8,570 

2,801 

1,776 

4,873 

363 

15,705 

43 

1,151 

244 

668 

264 

1,143 

15,605 

4,033 

2,815 

2,368 

5.920 



1,049 
435 
261 
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830 
367 
386 

2,350 

43.712 



37,679 
4,592 
327 
486 
280 
348 

1.179 



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129 
107 
266 
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281 
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127.710 



87,745 



1,139 

368 

377 

270 

98 

1,698 

1,337 

5,837 

4,028 

1,310 

7,609 

17,421 

1,125 

4,204 

779 

581 

10,990 

11,420 

195 

220 

1,276 

330 

984 

9,017 

3,824 

222 

1,086 

5.910 



1,599 
444 
173 
237 
903 
326 
404 

1,824 

31.262 



28,983 
266 
465 
859 
421 
268 

1.512 



338 
432 
251 
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268 



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77 
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Pennsylvania 



126.073 



110,798 



6,436 

461 

3,721 

232 

141 

213 

1,167 

15,602 

2,849 

5,145 

4,156 

23,194 

1,643 

2,349 

1,097 

272 

15,103 

209 

924 

397 

435 

374 

593 

12,338 

5,748 

4,152 

1,847 

4.935 



1,176 
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159 
310 
799 
319 
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1,039 

7.905 



5,050 
968 
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519 
436 
351 

1.518 



383 
255 
347 
77 
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273 



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91,224 



3,988 

432 

3,876 

276 

233 

541 

965 

14,300 

2,842 

9,791 

1,538 

11,246 

1,546 

1,734 

1,118 

228 

9,628 

94 

1,911 

318 

414 

413 

548 

9,523 

2,467 

8,285 

2,969 

5.096 



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457 
171 
271 
922 
338 
602 
1,575 

10.159 



7,167 
1,773 
293 
384 
381 
161 

1.067 



241 
166 
137 
88 
152 
283 



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other 



735,036 



381,667 



9,283 
2,836 
6,222 
4,905 
1,203 
6,598 
9,856 
77,220 
12,714 
13,617 
9,580 
38,894 
6,339 
6,828 
10,881 
10,166 
28,293 
6,232 
2,479 
6,629 
10,280 
3,707 
3,525 
62,546 
17,131 
10,125 
3,578 

106.220 



10,778 

3,440 

2,041 

967 

34,001 
4,566 

36,916 

13,511 

222.062 



105,722 
61,488 
30,865 
11,159 
8,739 
4,089 

15.880 



2,044 
2,068 
3,790 
1,265 
1,978 
4,735 

2,981 

3.953 



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TABLE 36A. ALIEN POPULATION, BY STATES OF RESIDENCE: 1940, 1951, 1955, and 1960 
/Allen registration of 1940, alien address reports received 1951, 1955, and 1960^7 



State of 


Number 


Percent 


residence 


1940 


1951 


1955 


1960 


1940 


1951 


1955 


1960 




5.009.857 


2.265.032 


2.336.720 


2.948.973 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 


100.0 




5,132 

3,405 
31,954 

3,389 

542,464 

27,473 

158,128 

6,428 
14,752 
41,327 

5,187 
91,447 

8,232 

325,070 

44,385 

24,648 

15,955 

5,558 
17,310 
47,233 
37,792 
364,421 
303,103 
61,433 

3,219 
43,550 
13,777 
18,933 

6,118 

30,538 

279,199 

12,402 

1,257,501 

4,207 

10,482 

203,038 

6,946 

34,424 

370,020 

52,570 

2,188 

7,400 

5,137 
213,898 
10,487 
15,927 
10,093 
81,636 
23,662 
75,127 

5,917 

14,854 
3,853 

6,528 


2,426 
1,103 

24,061 

1,418 

326,158 

13,598 

71,223 
2,571 
9,314 

26,011 
3,061 

66,181 

3,791 

110,563 

18,852 
9,826 
6,127 
2,873 
7,678 

18,931 

22,156 
146,028 
128,816 

19,970 
1,698 

15,274 
4,738 
6,897 
2,991 

11,031 

118,580 

6,294 

545,990 

3,959 

2,790 

77,351 
2,811 

16,947 

98,481 

20,369 
1,471 
1,822 
3,065 
165,927 
8,848 
7,704 
9,260 

45,097 
6,940 

17,293 
2,108 

24 
3,193 
1,378 

11,965 


2,695 
1,594 

29,696 

1,513 

380,091 

17,767 

68,613 
3,154 

12,918 

41,580 
4,933 

57,686 

3,900 

138,243 

23,566 

12,498 
7,608 
3,509 
9,364 

18,218 

21,658 
119,044 
131,158 

20,675 
1,589 

17,755 
4,841 
7,881 
2,673 
9,555 
105,329 
9,462 
470,582 
4,530 
3,120 

97,324 
3,969 

16,181 
114,105 

17,587 

2,198 

1,777 

3,584 

196,477 

10,993 
6,894 
9,157 

44,980 
6,144 

27,639 
2,404 

1,328 
3,414 
1,567 


4,583 

2,597 
35,163 

2,147 

567,484 

19,536 

75.298 

4,942 
17,766 
83,577 

9,006 
51,316 

4,882 

199,405 

29,269 

9,938 
10,650 

5,355 
13,001 
19,967 
28,411 
127,710 
141,719 
25,439 

2,810 
21,162 

5,263 

7,755 

4,465 

10,344 

151,437 

12,712 

553,703 

10,173 

2,865 
108,892 

6,239 

18,421 

126,073 

17,743 

3,879 

2,370 

5,401 

237,514 

12,260 

7,669 
18,825 
51,217 

6,409 
34,684 

2,491 

8,172 
5,578 
3,286 


0.1 
0.1 
0.6 
0.1 

10.8 
0.5 
3.2 
0.1 
0.3 
0.8 
0.1 
1.8 
0.2 
6.5 
0.9 
0.5 
0.3 
0.1 
0.3 
0.9 
0.8 
7.3 
6.1 
1.2 
0.1 
0.9 
0.3 
0.4 
0.1 
0.6 
5.6 
0.2 

25.1 
0.1 
0.2 
4.1 
0.1 
0.7 
7.4 
1.0 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 
4.3 
0.2 
0.3 
0.2 
1.6 
0.5 
1.5 
0.1 

0.3 
0.1 

0.1 


0.1 
0.1 
1.1 
0.1 

14.4 
0.6 
3.2 
0.1 
0.4 
1.2 
0.1 
2.9 
0.2 
4.9 
0.8 
0.4 
0.3 
0.1 
0.3 
0.8 
1.0 
6.5 
5.7 
0.9 
0.1 
0.7 
0.2 
0.3 
0.1 
0.5 
5.2 
0.3 

24.1 
0.2 
0.1 
3.4 
0.1 
0.7 
4.3 
0.9 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 
7.3 
0.4 
0.3 
0.4 
2.0 
0.3 
0.8 
0.1 

0.1 
0.1 

0.5 


0.1 
0.1 
1.3 
0.1 

16.3 
0.7 
2.9 
0.1 
0.5 
1.8 
0.2 
2.5 
0.2 
5.9 
1.0 
0.5 
0.3 
0.1 
0.4 
0.8 
0.9 
5.1 
5.6 
0.9 
0.1 
0.8 
0.2 
0.3 
0.1 
0.4 
4.5 
0.4 

20.1 
0.2 
0.1 
4.2 
0.2 
0.7 
4.9 
0.7 
0.1 
0.1 
0.2 
8.4 
0.5 
0.3 
0.4 
1.9 
0.3 
1.2 
0.1 

0.1 
0.1 
0.1 


0.2 




0.1 




1.2 




0.1 




19.2 




0.7 




2.6 




0.2 




0.6 
2.8 




0.3 




1.7 




0.2 




6.7 




1.0 




0.3 




0.3 




0.2 




0.4 




0.7 




0.9 




4.3 




4.8 




0.9 




0.1 




0.7 




0.2 




0.3 




0.2 




0.4 




5.1 




0.4 




18.8 




0.3 




0.1 




3.7 




0.2 




0.6 




4.3 




0.6 




0.1 




0.1 




0.2 




8.1 




0.4 




0.3 




0.6 




1.7 




0.2 




1.2 




0.1 


U.S. Terr. & Poss.i 


0.3 




0.2 




0.1 











75 



TABLE 37. DECLARATIONS OF INTENTION FILED, PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION FILED, 

PERSONS NATURALIZED AND PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION DENIED* 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1907 - I960 





Declara- 
tions 
filed 


Petitions 
filed 


Persons naturalized 


Petitions 


Period 


Civilian 


Military 


Total 


denied 


1907 - I960 .. 


8,535,826 


8,235,359 


7,197,432 


511,901 


7,709,333 


440,095 




526,322 


164,036 


111,738 




111,738 


17,702 




2.686.909 


1.381.384 


884.672 


244,300 


1.128.972 


118.725 




2,709,014 


1,884,277 


1,716,979 


56,206 


1,773,185 


165,493 




1,369,479 


1,637,113 


1.498,573 


19.891 


1.518,464 


45.792 




106,272 
101,345 
83,046 
108,079 
136,524 
148,118 
176,195 
150,673 
155,691 
203,536 

920,284 


145,474 
131,062 
112,629 
117,125 
131,378 
167,127 
165,464 
175,413 
213,413 
278,028 

1.938.066 


140,271 
136,598 
112,368 
110,867 
118,945 
140,784 
162,923 
158,142 
185,175 
232,500 

1.837.229 


3,224 

2 

995 

2,802 

481 
2,053 
3,936 
3,638 
2,760 

149.799 


143,495 
136,600 
113,363 
113,669 
118,945 
141,265 
164,976 
162,078 
188,813 
235,260 

1.987.028 


7,514 


1932 


5,478 


1933 


4,703 


1934 


1,133 


1935 


2,765 


1937 


3,124 
4,042 


1938 


4,854 


1939 


5,630 




6,549 
64.814 


1941 


224,123 
221,796 
115,664 
42,368 
31,195 
28,787 
37,771 
60,187 
64,866 
93,527 

323,818 


277,807 

343,487 

377,125 

325,717 

195,917 

123,864 

88,802 

68,265 

71,044 

66,038 

1.230.483 


275,747 

268,762 

281,459 

392,766 

208,707 

134,849 

77,442 

69,080 

64,138 

64,279 

1.148.241 


1,547 

1,602 

37,474 

49,213 

22,695 

15,213 

16,462 

1,070 

2,456 

2,067 

41,705 


277,294 

270,364 

318,933 

441,979 

231,402 

150,062 

93,904 

70,150 

66,594 

66,346 

1.189.946 


7,769 


1942 


8,348 


1943 


13,656 


1944 


7,297 


1945 


9,782 


1946 


6,575 


1947 


3,953 


1948 


2,887 


1949 


2,271 


1950 


2,276 


1951 - 1960 


27.569 


1951 


91,497 
111,461 
23,558 
9,100 
10,855 
12,870 
15,911 
16,196 
16,115 
16,255 


61,634 
94,086 
98,128 
130,722 
213,508 
137,701 
140,547 
117,344 
109,270 
127,543 


53,741 
87,070 
90,476 
104,086 
197,568 
138,681 
137,198 
118,950 
102,623 
117,848 


975 

1,585 

1,575 

13,745 

11,958 

7,204 

845 

916 

1,308 

1,594 


54,716 
88,655 
92,051 
117,831 
209,526 
145,885 
138,043 
119,866 
103,931 
119,442 


2,395 


1952 


2,163 


1953 


2,300 


1954 


2,084 


1955 


4,571 


1956 


3,935 


1957 


2,948 


1958 


2,688 


1959 


2,208 


I960 


2,277 










76 



TABLE 38. PERSONS NATURALISED, BY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURALISATION PROVISIONS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER AI.LEGIAI ! 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 

/See Table 45 for detailed flqurF"-, by naturalization provision^/ 



Country or region 
of former 
allegiance 



Total 
number 



Under 
general 
natural- 
ization 
provi- 
sions 



Per so 



ns natural 



Married 
to 
U. S. 
citizens 



Children 
of U. S. 
citizen 
parents 



Military 



All countries 

Europe » 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 1/ 

India 

Iran . . 

Israel 

Japan ..... . ■ « 

Jordan 2j • 

Korea 

Lebanon ..... . 

Philippines 

Other Asia 3/ 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico...... 

Cuba 

Other West Indies ^/... 
Central America.....,*, 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Panama , 

Other Central Americt 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America %/ t 

Africa 2/ 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Stateless 

Miscellaneous 



119,442 



1,602 

545 

71 

1,522 
683 
414 
502 

1.9V9 
19,003 

3,413 

1,437 

3,673 

14,560 

1,562 

1,164 

2,134 

971 

8,021 

1,258 

62<t 

805 

754 

799 

385 

11,303 

3,372 

2,211 

3<*9 

11,071 



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133 
187 

1,145 

4,189 
227 
651 
269 

2,085 
217 

19.503 



10,215 

5,913 

1,928 

373 

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173 

449 

285 

1,313 



253 

184 
258 
178 
134 
86 
225 

452 

293 

73 

l,3Vi 

272 



91,548 



19,799 



6,149 



67,145 



1,173 

434 

58 

1,385 

544 

367 

429 

1,282 

12,078 

2,372 

1,324 

3,331 

11,991 

1,457 

1,092 

1,825 

821 

7,619 

808 

569 

588 

657 

659 

289 

8,484 

3,241 

1,981 

287 

5,313 



13,013 



4.028 



327 

76 
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96 
103 

20 

49 

600 

4,872 

702 

76 

155 

1,956 

49 

20 
229 
106 
255 
177 

37 
185 

69 
103 

90 
2,373 

67 
162 

50 



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76 

114 

892 

1,490 

137 

73 

180 

1,044 

147 

16.276 



5,287 

1,650 

338 

756 



114 
137 
295 
210 

1,004 



205 
129 
204 
151 
99 
68 
148 

290 

178 

51 

1,171 

120 



4.093 
441 

51 

63 

231 

2,308 

70 
214 

84 
572 

59 



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14 
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574 
43 
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342 

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109 

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TABLE 40. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUNTRY OH REGION OF FORMEH ALLEGIANCE 
AND MAJOH OCCUPATION GHOUPi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 



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others with no 
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119,442 


7,768 


549 


3,548 


6,810 


2,279 


11,204 


15,116 


1,995 


8,896 


932 


5,307 


55,038 




85.116 


5.173 


339 


2.304 


4,787 


1,415 


8.924 


11.814 


1.570 


6.668 


370 


4.001 


37.751 




1,602 

545 

71 

1,522 
683 

414 

502 

1,979 

19,003 

3,413 

1,437 

3,673 

14,560 

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1,164 

2,134 

971 

8,021 

1,258 

624 

805 

754 

799 

385 

11,303 

3,372 

2,211 

349 

11.071 


131 

54 

14 

129 

73 

47 

30 

125 

1,165 

165 

144 

318 

308 

140 

75 

22 5 

90 

340 

37 

42 

66 

76 

121 

49 

924 

185 

82 

18 

701 


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1 
5 
7 

7 

8 

57 

8 

3 

5 

32 

3 

7 

48 

6 

36 

18 

2 

11 

5 

5 

2 

14 

30 

11 

3 

107 


45 
24 
3 
61 
31 
12 
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357 

229 
53 
70 

261 
28 
21 

106 
27 

221 
20 
30 
28 
25 
47 
19 

363 
95 
48 
13 

435 


103 
39 
3 
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38 
48 
16 

141 
1,238 

105 
72 

436 

335 

136 
64 

133 
38 

313 
18 
26 
22 
55 
46 
8 
1,035 

132 
95 
13 

358 


43 

15 

27 
19 

5 

4 

49 

299 

56 

10 

58 

114 

14 

13 

62 

23 

117 

7 
15 
15 
17 
13 

6 

322 

57 

28 

7 

177 


93 

37 

8 

137 

83 

49 

42 

129 

2,072 

310 

146 

282 

1,966 

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119 

210 

159 

1,020 

89 

78 

45 

68 

71 

20 

892 

306 

272 

30 

410 


134 

49 

7 

196 

61 

55 

36 

175 

1,765 

454 

177 

381 

3,246 

224 

175 

188 

88 

1,762 

236 

101 

113 

50 

61 

39 

974 

589 

440 

38 

809 


30 

5 

3 

25 

10 

13 

26 

32 

268 

41 

27 

219 

99 

46 

12 

25 

30 

103 

15 

10 

6 

19 

23 

4 

398 

49 

27 

5 

74 


89 

46 

4 

132 

45 

29 

29 

184 

1,215 

518 

98 

492 

1,008 

147 

89 

154 

58 

580 

39 

46 

73 

55 

81 

26 

879 

283 

215 

54 

764 


2 
6 

6 

8 

2 

9 

46 

6 

6 

8 

25 

7 

6 

56 

6 

25 

23 

3 

36 

4 

12 

1 

45 

12 

9 

1 

203 


19 

9 

1 

31 

19 

8 

15 

39 

329 

92 

46 

170 

1,624 

66 

61 

54 

51 

445 

123 

24 

61 

25 

26 

7 

298 

161 

187 

10 

346 


911 




258 




27 




694 




289 




148 




292 




1 ,024 




10,192 




1,429 




655 




1,234 




5,542 




560 




522 




873 




395 




3,059 




633 




247 




329 




355 








204 




5,159 




1,473 
797 




157 




£ 687 




1,968 
133 
187 

1,145 

4,189 
227 
651 
269 

2,085 
217 

19,503 


134 
53 
56 

155 
62 
43 
27 
30 

103 
38 

1.442 


1 
6 

2 

73 

1 

1 

23 
84 


162 
13 
16 

104 
59 
16 
6 
21 
21 
17 

648 


50 

3 

13 

109 

60 

11 

9 

9 

82 

12 

1.366 


19 
2 
9 

43 

35 
22 

1 
12 
30 

4 

602 


35 

4 

7 

134 

58 

17 
3 

22 
113 

17 

1.525 


233 
3 
12 

153 

165 
23 
12 
26 

160 
22 

2.070 


16 

1 
8 

26 
2 
3 
3 

13 
2 

309 


240 

2 

9 

52 

114 

6 

9 

IB 

297 

17 

1.236 


8 
6 
1 

1 
11 

1 

169 

6 

353 


7 
1 
1 
8 
97 
6 

8 

206 

12 

861 


1,063 
40 




62 




376 




3,429 




80 
580 




119 




868 




70 
9.007 




10,215 

5,913 

1,928 

373 

1,074 


1,068 
113 
138 
41 
82 


61 
22 

1 


42^' 

126 

72 

12 

16 


887 
139 
171 
37 
132 


422 
104 

50 
8 

18 


839 

382 

199 

31 

74 


762 
569 
450 
105 
184 


116 
114 

33 
18 
28 


518 
358 
221 
33 
106 


34 
319 


187 
625 

28 
4 

17 


4,899 




3,042 




566 




84 




416 




167 
173 
449 
285 

1.31B 


14 
11 
34 
23 

231 


1 
4 


2 

2 
4 
8 

49 


19 
20 

55 
38 

130 


3 
9 

6 

23 


12 

13 
25 
24 

112 


48 
40 
60 
36 

152 


7 
2 
15 
4 

i7 


12 

13 
61 
20 

75 


3 


6 
3 
6 
2 

27 


47 




66 




180 




123 
495 




253 
184 
258 
178 
134 
86 
225 

452 

293 

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1,344 

272 


73 
28 
38 
16 
25 
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41 

56 
23 
12 
120 
10 


1 
1 

2 

1 
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7 


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6 

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18 
17 
35 
26 
13 
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13 

35 

29 

6 

90 
9 


6 
2 
6 
2 
2 

4 

17 
10 

33 


21 
14 
14 
21 
14 
7 
21 

180 
14 


14 
21 
40 
29 
22 
8 
18 

46 
13 
5 

197 
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3 
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8 
15 
11 
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31 


1 

1 
1 

1 
2 


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11 

2 
1 
2 
2 

8 
2 

1 

47 
14 


87 


Brazil 


76 




93 




61 

34 




40 




104 
209 




185 




38 




499 




167 







X/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine 

3/ Independent countries. 



80 



TABLE 41. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER 
ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1959 



Country or region of 
former allegiance 



Total 

persons 

naturalized 



Wales 



Total 



Under 

18 
years 



18- 

19 

years 



20- 

29 

years 



30- 
39 
years 



40- 

49 

years 



50- 

59 

years 



60- 

69 

years 



70- 

79 

years 



80 
years 

and 
over 



Not 
rooorted 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

British Empire 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China \J 

India 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Other Asia 2/ 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 2/ . . 
Central America 2/ . . . . 

South America 

Argentina 

Colombia 

Other South America 2/. 

Africa 2/ 

Stateless & miscellaneous 

Tj Includes Formosa. 

2/ Independent countries. 



103,931 



74,613 



1,510 

528 

10,990 

82 

1,474 

629 

523 

405 

1,920 

18,442 

2,457 

1,444 

3,163 

8,079 

1,634 

1,132 

2,078 

941 

7,603 

976 

682 

533 

681 

768 

312 

3,205 

2,121 

301 

8,313 



1,395 

89 

150 

946 

3,094 
209 
416 
283 

1,506 
225 

18,035 



10,324 

5,147 

1,319 

278 

967 

1.093 



196 
244 
653 

415 
1,462 



43,719 



2,805 



1,494 



6,958 



12.626 



8,576 



5,925 



3,696 



1,408 



21! 



31,346 



1,833 



1.129 



5,292 



9,460 



6,255 



4,154 



2,411 



697 



102 



457 

209 

3,852 

54 

649 

311 

248 

162 

614 

6,043 

1,334 

708 

1,107 

4,066 

791 

572 

1,005 

464 

4,062 

483 

334 

328 

297 

329 

144 

1,496 

1,095 

132 

3,306 



58 

5 

94 

7 

6 

10 

6 

29 

977 

128 

18 

72 

162 

17 

14 

12 

14 

35 

99 

9 

7 

14 

4 

16 

14 

6 

479 



12 

19 

111 

16 

6 

34 

7 

31 

305 

34 

32 

7 

71 

82 

48 

60 

6 

86 

15 

15 

5 

3 

5 

57 

60 

2 



26 

46 

571 

5 

85 

37 

44 

23 

150 

1,228 

389 

101 

193 

891 

153 

101 

170 

61 

405 

82 

42 

39 

24 

42 

4 

135 

225 

20 

385 



93 

65 
1,305 

19 
227 
120 

45 

34 
201 
1,611 
323 
174 
481 
1,501 
139 

96 

340 

177 

1,296 

87 
106 
107 

74 
170 

46 
333 
239 

51 

806 



76 

39 

903 

13 

141 

68 

66 

41 

84 

932 

176 

142 

220 

605 

144 

127 

225 

103 

1,285 

56 

57 

48 

65 

52 

26 

311 

225 

25 

496 



100 

20 

524 

5 

93 

41 

23 

27 

77 

708 

111 

149 

80 

395 

161 

102 

123 

60 

608 

55 

72 

50 

52 

27 

13 

271 

196 

11 

527 



67 
8 

248 
7 
62 
27 
23 
18 
36 

222 

117 
69 
37 

318 
69 
67 
59 
29 

282 
68 
26 
48 
42 
23 
41 

275 

108 
15 

342 



22 

5 

76 

4 

15 

6 

3 

5 

4 

48 

52 

18 

17 

104 

21 

14 

14 

10 

57 

19 

6 

22 

20 

5 

14 

88 

27 

1 

173 



654 
62 
88 
525 
550 
146 
149 
l.-.Q 
825 
167 

7,682 



75 
1 

7 
158 

4 
118 

4 
104 

8 

438 



12 



221 



59 
8 
18 
73 
12 
56 
6 
21 
94 
38 

1,033 



124 
28 
43 

153 

26 

57 

7 

56 

237 
75 

1,902 



118 

6 

16 

131 

27 

21 

o 

22 

138 
15 

1,567 



115 

4 

5 

108 

122 

3 

7 

146 

13 

1,069 



104 

5 

5 

32 

102 

5 

2 

16 

59 

12 

846 



41 
8 



89 



5 
11 



3 
509 



4,090 

2,504 

630 

116 

342 

532 



339 

59 

11 

3 

26 

14 



136 

39 

19 

9 

18 

31 



507 

274 

140 

27 

90 

98 



1,164 

311 

279 

37 

111 

177 



1,095 

278 

105 

23 

66 

111 



539 

439 

54 

14 

23 

67 



218 

604 

15 

3 

6 

28 



83 

420 

5 

1 

6 



107 
105 
320 

186 

667 



20 

27 
51 

24 
121 



36 

31 
110 

80 
201 



25 
18 
68 

32 
115 



4 

5 
19 

10 

59 



6 
17 



3 
2 

17 



10 
4 

5 

18 



3 
7 
1 
1 

3 
1 

10 
1 

1 



88 



7 

80 

1 



81 



TABLE 41, PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER 
ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1959 (Cont'd) 













F 


=males 












Country or region of 
former allegiance 


Total 


Under 

18 
years 


18- 

19 

years 


20- 

29 

years 


30- 

39 

years 


40- 

49 

years 


50- 

59 

years 


60- 

69 

years 


70- 

79 

years 


80 
years 

and 
over 


Not 
reported 




60,212 


2,526 


1,570 


14,470 


18,228 


9,102 


7,764 


5,013 


1,333 


170 


36 




43,267 


1,661 


1,238 


10,704 


13,015 


6,198 


5,804 


3,687 


842 


94 


24 




1,053 
319 

7,138 
28 
825 
318 
275 
243 

1,306 
12,399 

1,123 
736 

2,056 

4,013 
843 
560 

1,073 
477 

3,541 
493 
348 
205 
384 
439 
168 

1,709 

1,026 
169 

5,007 


41 

6 

86 

11 

6 

3 

10 

28 

842 

142 

11 

80 

136 

19 

11 

16 

9 

38 

102 

2 

9 

5 

6 

1 

17 

22 

2 

500 


8 

7 

123 

32 

6 

25 

6 

28 

347 

32 

31 

16 

75 

84 

63 

51 

13 

102 

24 

23 

1 

7 

5 

65 

62 

2 

51 


246 

68 

1,836 

A 

93 

73 

44 

36 

431 

3,976 

229 

109 

775 

908 

160 

120 

240 

86 

468 

73 

57 

50 

58 

92 

15 

181 

232 

44 

1,628 


326 

137 

2,297 

8 

229 

103 

56 

56 

512 

4,461 

236 

168 

436 

936 

163 

115 

317 

117 

1,147 

61 

96 

39 

89 

170 

32 

371 

272 

65 

1,840 


114 

52 

1,188 

8 

116 

62 

71 

47 

116 

1,376 

156 

123 

283 

559 

160 

84 

238 

90 

619 

57 

63 

26 

73 

71 

28 

229 

170 

19 

409 


156 

26 

989 

5 

184 

41 

38 

43 

123 

955 

160 

153 

296 

748 

161 

84 

142 

97 

516 

80 

61 

36 

68 

58 

43 

357 

163 

21 

320 


132 

19 

475 

122 

13 

32 

37 

56 

343 

137 

107 

129 

518 

81 

66 

60 

50 

540 

78 

38 

36 

60 

28 

35 

397 

84 

14 

211 


28 

4 

126 

2 

36 

12 

6 

7 

11 

77 

28 

30 

32 

119 

13 

15 

6 

13 

104 

15 

8 

6 

20 

6 

13 

87 

17 

1 

41 


2 

11 
1 
2 
2 

1 
17 
1 
3 
8 
13 
1 
2 
3 
2 
6 
2 

1 
3 
3 
1 
5 
4 

6 


- 




- 




7 




- 




- 




- 




- 




1 




- 




5 




2 




1 




1 




1 




1 




- 




_ 




- 




1 




1 




- 




1 




1 




_ 




_ 




- 




1 




1 




741 

27 

62 

421 

2,544 

63 

267 

143 

681 

58 

10,353 


54 

3 

5 

8 

187 

10 

137 

6 

84 

6 

303 


8 

4 
9 
3 
2 
2 
2 
20 
1 

231 


174 
3 

19 
79 
1,077 
21 
67 
24 

146 
18 

1,823 


290 
15 
17 

130 

988 
24 
39 
29 

291 
17 

2,793 


135 

4 

7 

84 

56 

2 

6 

14 

95 

6 

2,228 


55 
2 

8 

68 

103 

2 

5 
31 
40 

6 

1,461 


21 

2 

35 

110 

1 

10 

27 

3 

2 

1,020 


3 

6 

18 
1 
1 
8 
2 
2 

423 


1 

2 

1 

o 
64 


- 




_ 




_ 




1 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




7 




6,234 

2,643 

689 

162 

625 

561 


189 

59 

18 

2 

35 

30 


131 

54 

21 

6 

19 

20 


1,206 

243 

161 

28 

185 

115 


1,960 

276 

284 

58 

215 

186 


1,492 

437 

135 

46 

118 

121 


815 

537 

55 

16 

38 

55 


341 
655 

10 
6 
8 

32 


77 

338 

4 

4 

1 


18 
44 

1 

1 


5 




„ 




_ 




_ 




2 




1 




89 
139 
333 

229 

795 


12 
18 

9 
23 


3 

5 

12 

3 
27 


17 
28 
70 

61 

139 


29 
51 
106 

59 
335 


20 
30 

71 

39 

107 


12 

9 

34 

30 
94 


7 

4 

21 

21 
42 


1 

5 
21 


4 


_ 




_ 


Other South America 2/ 

Africa 2/ 


1 
3 



X/ Includes Formosa 

2/ Independent countries. 



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TABLE 42. 


PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY STATES OR TERRITORIES 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1951 - 1960 


OF RESIDENCE i 






State or territory 
of residence 


1951 


1952 


1953 


1954 


1955 


1956 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 




54.716 


88.655 


92.051 


117.831 


209.526 


145,885 


138,043 


119.866 


103.931 


119,442 




126 

78 

283 

52 

7,879 

381 

1,093 

59 

371 
1,276 

126 

512 

93 

2,201 

403 

257 

265 
107 
270 
591 

558 
3,436 
2,763 

545 
86 

451 
136 
170 
55 
252 

2,700 

134 

17,990 

210 

138 

1,386 
234 
278 

2,312 
419 

74 

73 

105 

1,192 

81 

224 

456 

1,032 

112 

515 

58 

57 
36 
25 


231 
104 
387 
108 
12,258 

533 

2,864 

178 

615 

1,524 

553 

526 

156 

2,942 

1,048 

445 
340 
290 
411 
737 

949 

6,593 

5,288 

722 

111 

726 
236 
253 
106 
431 

4,131 

164 

27,120 

359 

108 

2,855 
305 
601 

4,028 
707 

134 

91 

222 

1,989 

162 

258 

712 

1,755 

244 

796 

80 

2 
78 
35 
54 


197 

206 

537 

94 

12,728 

492 

2,941 

102 

497 

1,757 

374 
760 
147 
4,236 
848 

379 

348 
235 
582 
802 

975 

5,768 

4,848 

829 

118 

551 
194 
232 
124 
554 

4,143 

215 

29,780 

292 

148 

2,611 
208 
431 

4,461 
699 

147 

88 

282 

1,641 

207 

301 
770 
1,724 
197 
883 
56 

80 

108 

67 

57 


299 
360 
793 
124 
15,533 

1,170 

3,446 

201 

884 

2,844 

407 
3,143 

274 
6,395 
1,016 

511 
334 
461 
498 
1,093 

2,016 

8,054 

7,368 

959 

189 

643 
416 
416 
175 
650 

5,436 

229 

31,118 

787 

231 

2,972 
268 
842 

4,657 
958 

170 
216 
202 
2,452 
612 

419 
827 
3,000 
268 
981 
120 

18 
163 
150 

63 


574 
370 
621 
176 
36,358 

1,086 
6,294 
334 
1,152 
3,028 

696 

2,741 

291 

10,394 

1,930 

527 
714 
505 
713 
992 

2,260 

11,692 

9,146 

1,811 

198 

1,831 
348 
521 
255 
722 

14,164 
353 

61,677 
661 
286 

7,156 
281 
1,527 
8,767 
1,467 

262 
191 

448 

5,075 

973 

542 
1,133 
2,855 

493 

2,182 

66 

155 
168 
104 
260 


379 
445 
420 
192 
21,194 

1,301 
3,338 
218 
1,013 
2,548 

858 

1,865 

192 

11,205 

1,653 

971 

738 
979 
462 
524 

2,002 
6,293 
6,750 
1,935 
173 

1,303 
310 
917 
150 
489 

9,014 

445 

37,612 

681 

158 

5,306 

521 

1,044 

5,843 

844 

256 
285 
473 
4,782 
671 

242 
1,303 
2,370 

322 
2,075 

234 

186 

171 

49 

181 


284 
288 
822 
142 
18,991 

1,384 
3,620 
305 
1,017 
2,345 

582 

1,287 

194 

10,010 

2,164 

878 
522 
634 
514 
479 

1,832 
5,889 
6,778 
1,944 
113 

1,116 
322 
711 
264 
391 

10,055 
307 

35,432 
452 
353 

6,630 
359 
894 

6,147 
720 

242 
223 
327 
3,835 
509 

281 
1,313 
2,082 

205 
1,286 

131 

161 

140 

83 

54 


301 
219 
690 
123 
16,269 

1,110 

2,917 

231 

661 

2,245 

1,254 
1,220 
174 
9,470 
1,460 

725 

568 
360 
482 
401 

1,472 
5,462 
6,017 
1,198 
146 

1,043 
299 
671 
170 
340 

8,779 

338 

28,898 

480 

237 

6,053 
400 
752 

5,197 
671 

271 
205 
274 
4,170 
650 

201 
1,013 
2,160 
278 
649 
140 

2 

154 

108 

88 


326 
204 
760 
126 
14,944 

998 

2,439 

197 

632 

2,212 

500 
1,111 

191 
7,063 
1,465 

489 
1,029 
397 
482 
436 

1,290 

4,727 

5,568 

955 

123 

919 
300 
428 
259 
431 

7,316 

324 

23,988 

524 

167 

3,810 
446 
872 

4,325 
572 

266 
113 
300 
4,386 
634 

233 

1,149 

1,990 

135 

836 

75 

193 

125 

70 

81 


317 




179 




790 




118 




17,006 




1,027 




4,398 




243 


District of Columbia .... 


581 
3,209 




719 




2,377 




256 




8,223 




1,472 




695 




594 




558 




422 




398 




1,688 




5,146 




5,854 




660 




146 
861 




489 




549 




237 




490 




7,415 




332 




28,363 




326 




118 




4,335 




364 




651 




4,867 




590 




267 




84 




243 




4,395 




646 




349 




1,239 




2,311 




282 




2,041 




87 


U.S. terr. and othen 


185 




155 




45 
50 







84 



TABIE 13. PERSONS NATURALIZED, RY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND FY MURAL AMD 
URBAN ARLA AND CITYl YEAH ENDED JUNE 30, I960 

/llural! Population of less than 2,500. Urbani Population of 2,500 - 99,999. 
Cltlesi Population of lOO.ooo or more? 



C:~ss of place and city 



All 
count rl es 



Canada 



China i/ 



c.ermany | Italy 



lapan Mexico 



Phi lip 
pi nes 



Poland 



United 

Kl nq-lofn 



■I. 



Total 

ti-al 

Urban 

Cities > Total 

Ariz., Phnenl 

Calif., Lor.q Peach ... 

Los Angeles . . 

Oakland 

San Diego .... 

San Francisco 

Colo, , Denver 

Conn., Bridgeport ... 

Hartford 

New Haven .... 
D. C, Washington ... 
Fla., Miami 

Tampa 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

111., Chi caqo 

Ind., Indianapolis . 

Gary 

La . , New Orleans . . 
Md. , Ba It imore .... 
Mass . , Boston 

Fall River ... 

Springfield .. 

Worcester .... 
Mich., Detroit 

Grand Rapids . 
Minn., Minneapolis .. 

St. Paul .. 

Mo., St. Louis ..... 

Nebr. , Omaha 

N. J. , Elizabeth 

Jersey City . . , 

Newark ........ 

Paterson ,.,.., 

Trenton ....... 

N. Y., Buffalo 

New York ...... 

Rochester . . . . 

Syracuse ...... 

Yonkers ....... 

Ohio, Akron 

Clncl nnat 1 . • . . 

Cleveland . . . , , 

Columbus ...... 

Dayt on 

Toledo 

Youngstown .... 

Ore., Portland ...... 

Pa., Philadelphia .. 

Pittsburg 

R . I . ., Providence . . . . 
Texas, E 1 Paso ....... 

Houston ....... 

San Antoni o 
Utah, Salt lake City 
Wash. : Seattle ....... 

Tacoma ........ 

Wise, Milwaukee ..... 

C'ther cities .. 

U. S. terr. and poss. ... 
All other 



119,11? 



I0,?l5 



19,003 



11,560 



5,913 



2,085 



B, 021 



11,303 



3,3V? 



16.239 



64.489 



108 
219 

i,80? 
3V1 
510 

',236 
102 
370 
552 
320 
58 1 

l,H9 
290 

',377 

>,72l 
196 
267 
189 
832 
383 
116 
253 
->17 

',211 
120 
277 
162 
400 
232 
156 
419 
613 
403 
237 
649 

1,503 
636 
311 
236 
168 
303 

,250 
201 
212 
165 
228 
219 

,549 
567 
19? 
o?o 

?95 
50? 
151 
880 
231 
,182 
,19? 

385 
,369 



1,061 



85 



131 



375 



4,833 



1 ,470 



3.093 



656 



3.61.' 



1.5?? 



8.0B8 



9.320 



2.276 



2,374 



: 35 



80 
66 

589 
3b 
93 
83 
27 
7 
34 
1? 
17 
89 
14 
32 

185 
7 



15 
46 

10 
48 
40 
369 
17 
36 
22 
18 
6 



110 

323 

56 

48 

2 

6 

25 



32 

4 
64 
25 
15 

13 
14 

10 

?1 

262 

35 

25 

421 

10 
76 



14 

3 

93 

55 

9 

310 

5 

1 

4 
27 

7 

116 

61 



509 
3 
1 
2 

8 
2 



15 
23 



3 

35 



10 ! 
Bl I 



63 
26 

361 
31 
47 

195 
R9 
26 
23 
19 
98 
60 
18 
71 
1,068 
66 
28 
28 

12? 

1" 

3 

20 

1? 

226 
40 
62 
29 

127 
63 
15 
35 
54 
50 
37 
98 
1 ,993 

121 
53 
18 
25 

119 

13.1 

59 
82 
39 
?1 
26 

248 
81 
11 

l?/ 
45 
86 

205 
97 
57 

!fiO 

702 

47 

4511 



15 

3 

126 

20 

39 

156 

19 

87 

161 

124 

41 

36 

38 

5 

738 

7 

6 

14 

11? 

140 

o 

43 

40 

308 

4 

7 

3 

34 

1 

46 
129 
171 

161 

56 

119 

4,633 

193 

80 

94 

17 

9 

1?9 

1? 

8 

9 

55 

13 

258 

174 

59 

10 

5 

3 

3 

19 

4 
64 
144 



10 
14 

145 
1! 
49 
87 
20 



81 

8 

5-1? 

31 

51 

60 

10 

1 



7 


- 


11 


596 


180 


15 


2 


3 


39 


- 


3 


3 



601 

61 

293 

2 

3 
1 

74 

217 



Includes Formosa. 



3 
9 

6? 

2? 

3? 
?35 



5U21 



2 
45 
11 

4 
42 

96 
43 



1 

113 

4 

3 

12 

75 

70 

0(1 

5 3 

16 

2-1 

1 

3 

990 

6 

28 

121 



27 
373 
21 
H 
9 
26 
16 
1 

75 

90 

25 

22 

89 

1,417 

36 

70 

1 1 

7 

7 

148 

3 

ft 

26 

34 

6 

231 

■19 

10 



17 

3 

134 

233 

1 
22 



1 , 663 



852 



5,698 



32 
1 1 

382 
31 
81 

1691 
>6I 
Yl\ 

IB 

?3?| 
30 
35 

289 
17 
IB 
14 
75 

2: 

6 

31 
13 
218 
19 
IV 
6 
19 
12 
10 
75 
31 
13 

42 
2,373 

64 
21 
74 
13 
71 
53 



146 
41 
Id 
16 
16 
33 
31 
86 
20 
38 

431 

46 
119 



91 



114 
1? 
IB 
10 
19 
12 
26 
1 

3 

373 

5 

6 

1 

109 

7 

1 

7 

3 

57 

1 

17 

1 i 

16 

3 

27 

65 

40 

30 

46 

908 

45 

16 

8 

1 

2 

14 



65 

77 

3 



1 

41 

63 



85 



TABLE 44. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRYl 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30. 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 


Total 
natural- 
ized 














Yea 


r of entry 












1960 


1959 


1958 


1957 


1956 


1955 


1954 


1953 


1952 


1951 


1950 


1940- 
1949 


1930- 
1939 


Before 
1930 




119,442 


177 


979 


1,586 


3,303 


8,488 


8,525 


25,049 


10,906 


9,360 


8,353 


5,644 


13,430 


2,067 


21,575 




84,718 


69 


480 


1,052 


2,192 


5,458 


6,307 


19,974 


7,719 


7,101 


6,984 


4,663 


8,612 


1,229 


12,878 




1,727 

562 

2,160 

676 

503 

1,782 

18,068 

3,346 

1,665 

3,930 

14,276 

1,587 

1,245 

1,925 

989 

9,291 

1,198 

966 

824 

720 

807 

534 

8,019 

4,106 

2,674 

1,138 

10.810 


1 

1 

2 

4 

28 

4 

1 

5 

1 
1 
2 

9 
2 
3 

5 

83 


16 
6 

12 
1 
3 

25 
220 

22 
7 
3 

26 
2 
1 
5 
3 

10 

39 
3 

17 
1 

14 

29 

3 
4 
8 

386 


36 
3 

26 
4 
1 

52 
623 

37 
3 

12 

46 
1 

8 
4 
24 
36 
3 
9 

1 
6 
100 
2 
10 
5 

433 


61 

2 

25 

14 

9 

78 

1,179 

142 

17 

26 

235 

2 

3 

18 

12 

45 

42 

11 

33 

2 

2 

21 

156 

8 

30 

19 

848 


128 
27 

109 
35 
22 

175 
1,936 

505 
58 
96 
1,105 
20 
15 
89 
34 

167 

103 
48 
81 
13 
37 
69 

403 
38 

103 
42 

1.870 


155 
43 

143 
54 
20 

177 
1,841 

445 
66 

286 

1,547 

21 

10 

143 
60 

263 
76 
56 
50 
26 
59 
28 

497 
68 

121 
52 

972 


393 
161 
684 
184 
72 
403 

4,866 
716 
284 

1,322 

5,132 

80 

83 

600 

213 

1,539 
143 
164 
102 
123 
254 
97 

1,450 
454 
294 
161 

1.090 


137 

90 

140 

97 

59 

182 

2,614 

104 

83 

516 

916 

18 

28 

360 

130 

420 

87 

43 

49 

86 

132 

25 

1,040 

184 

107 

72 

566 


117 

40 

177 

55 

27 

121 

1,757 

164 

263 

271 

449 

95 

103 

166 

81 

815 

62 

211 

50 

41 

79 

10 

736 

381 

683 

147 

469 


86 

21 

123 

36 

16 

91 

989 

390 

231 

131 

421 

306 

146 

118 

51 

1,689 

56 

151 

37 

37 

55 

18 

391 

610 

645 

139 

283 


28 

31 

81 

24 

15 

59 

388 

50 

124 

149 

241 

591 

181 

110 

50 

1,065 

40 

85 

17 

32 

40 

12 

300 

514 

265 

171 

144 


82 

95 

175 

74 

55 

289 

638 

200 

105 

394 

814 

399 

431 

191 

130 

1,413 

155 

66 

91 

84 

66 

25 

1,745 

543 

147 

205 

1.030 


22 

4 

53 

5 

16 

25 

150 

49 

21 

91 

313 

2 

10 

10 

22 

78 

24 

7 

27 

18 

6 

14 

183 

23 

30 

26 

296 


466 




38 




412 




92 




186 




101 




839 




518 




403 




632 




3,026 




50 




234 




106 




198 




1,761 




335 




118 




252 




257 




60 


Turkey (Europe and Asia) ... 


209 
986 


U.S.S.R, (Europe and Asia) . 


1,278 
235 




86 




2.340 




2,112 
119 
179 
116 
150 
237 

4,066 
231 
657 
241 

2,102 
600 

21.322 


10 
2 

1 
37 

11 

13 
9 

15 


86 

21 

2 

3 

2 

2 

132 

2 

25 

3 

94 

14 

75 


32 
4 

4 

1 

214 

1 

91 

2 

72 

12 

77 


55 

7 

10 

4 

5 

11 

441 

10 

207 

5 

64 

29 

207 


283 
26 
26 
19 
34 
53 

829 
53 

168 
41 

274 
64 

911 


136 
21 
26 
12 
18 
26 

436 
21 
57 
27 

149 
43 

1.042 


173 
14 
33 
51 
27 
88 

255 
69 
38 
52 

165 

125 

3.411 


104 
11 
23 
11 
16 
22 

189 
25 
12 
6 
84 
63 

2.277 


68 
2 
6 
2 
9 

12 
226 

10 
8 
9 

77 

40 

1.576 


89 
2 

3 
3 

13 
9 

74 
7 
8 
7 

44 

24 

965 


60 
2 
3 
1 
3 
3 
8 
5 

10 
22 
27 

738 


487 

6 
23 

6 
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TABLE 46. CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP GRANTED, 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND REASON FOR CLAIM: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
3/ 



M 



Reason for claim 



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a. 



Al 1 countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

No rway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) .. 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China \J 

Honq Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan ■ 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Othe r Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mex i co 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other ' oti th America 

Af rid 

I Arab Republic 

Union of South Africa 

Morocco 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zea 1 and 

Other Cceanla 

Other countries 



1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

3/ See Tables 47 and 40. 



y.,oo' 



5.691 



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730 
197 
299 
126 
96 
674 

5 ; 661 
307 
264 
254 

2,995 

138 

135 

434 

224 

831 

319 

159 

89 

241 

94 

89 

2,006 

1,071 
190 
135 

2.409 



619 

54 

41 

14 

32 

183 

756 

54 

32 

57 

416 

151 

6.028 



3,272 

2,111 

167 

291 

176 

11 

297 



67 
31 
83 

101 

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4.72; 



58 

15 

33 

10 

17 

320 

1,718 

138 

10 

65 

1,258 

2 

8 

13 

2b 

57 

222 

10 

40 

16 

8 

27 

598 

36 
15 

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4,577 



158 
29 
96 
35 
30 
69 

535 
75 

105 
95 

951 
27 
40 
68 
86 

467 
40 
96 
23 
97 
23 
30 

574 

742 



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133 
19 
52 
21 
12 
74 
1,016 
25 
38 
24 

187 
30 
17 
30 
34 
78 
19 
8 
6 
14 

in 

6 

223 

45 

22 
13 

197 



5.2:5 



132 



124 
99 
54 
21 

181 

2,280 

44 

77 



59 
357 
50 
143 
25 
26 
12 



515 
9.1 



466 
42 

in 



616 

7 

21 

14 

297 
94 



5 
11 

15 
125 
34 
18 
4 
17 
40 
34 



3.429 



1,352 

1,827 

59 

97 

92 

2 

119 



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78 
22 
38 
28 
1 



302 
58 
23 
79 
31 



779 
34 



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19 
14 
54 
69 



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40 

6 
12 

5 
14 
21 
43 
15 
19 
20 
130 

5 

7 

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17 

60 
10 
10 



16 

61 



10 

3 



10 
1 
1 



1 

6 
11 
1 
3 
1 

5 
2 

5 
33 



88 

100 

6 

11 



19 
5 



199 



3 

37 

6 

5 



12 
1 



1 
1 
3 
10 
18 
5 



24 

5 

1 



88 



TABLE 47. CERTIFICATES 


OF CITIZENSHIP GRANTED 


TO PERSONS WHO 


DERIVED CITIZENSHIP THROUGH PARENTAGE OR 


MARRIAGE, 






BY COUNTRY OR 


REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR DERIVED 






















YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I960 


















Country or region 










1 ear de 


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1940- 


1930- 


Be fore 


of birth 


Total 


i960 


1959 


1958 


1957 


1956 


1955 


1954 


1953 


1952 


1951 


1950 


1949 


1939 


1930 




16,81.5 


930 


3,8ltl 


1,262 


1,102 


804 


863 


523 


267 


2 JO 


133 


77 


595 


JL.516 


'',704 




13,085 


696 


2,823 


1,007 


907 


640 


727 


408 


169 


139 


77 


47 


391 


1,077 


3,977 




672 

182 
266 
116 
79 
35i» 
3,943 
169 

25*4 


34 

12 

8 

5 

5 

32 

327 

7 


175 
66 
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30 
11 
93 
1,367 
26 
16 


61. 
19 
18 
16 
3 
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17 
13 


57 

15 

22 

8 

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2<! 

428 

10 

19 


35 

6 

15 

1 

1 

23 

289 

10 
21 


4o 
3 

17 
2 
2 

25 

324 

4 

17 


14 

10 

11 

4 

1 

12 

123 

3 

16 


8 
7 
6 
1 

6 
63 

3 


3 
2 
5 

5 

9 

47 

4 


4 

2 
4 
3 

8 

28 

4 

3 


3 

1 

1 

2 

23 

1 


37 

7 

12 

4 

18 

104 

14 

5 


2 

27 

12 

5 

6 

191 

22 

14 


186 




32 




81 








38 




55 




185 




48 




124 




189 


2 


33 


9 


9 


3 


4 


2 


5 


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1 


1 


43 


77 




1,737 
136 


105 
6 


222 
26 


81 

8 


64 
13 


34 
25 


38 
18 


21 

8 


11 

5 


22 

1 


8 


5 


85 

3 


335 
3 


706 




20 




127 

1)71 


1 
35 


7 
181. 


9 
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5 
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12 


24 
30 


14 
42 


6 
6 


1 
1 


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6 

7 


6 
23 


39 




51 




199 


13 


21 


lit 


11 


7 


12 


1 


2 


1 


2 


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1 


28 


86 




774 
97 


7 
5 


1.3 
21 


20 

8 


34 
7 


43 
4 


48 
1 


19 

7 


4 
6 


3 
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3 

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1 
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19 

3 


58 
5 


472 




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149 


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283 


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74 


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52 


69 


23 


23 


5 


3 


30 


178 


457 


U.S.S.R. (Europe and Asia) * 


1,067 


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20 


16 


16 


20 


52 


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34 


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54 


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TABLE 55. WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS AND DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS 
IN EXCLUSION AND DEPORTATION CASES t YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1956- 1960 



Action taken 



Total writs of habeas corpus i 

Disposed of , 

Sustained 

Dismissed ...< 

Withdrawn 

Pending end of year 

Involving exclusion ! 

Disposed of 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Pending end of year 

Involving deportation ; 

Disposed of 

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Total declaratory judgments ; 



1956- 
I960 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



Writs of habeas corpus 



644 


160 


105 


128 


154 


97 


61 


19 


9 


14 


9 


10 


521 


106 


91 


105 


142 


77 


62 


35 


5 


9 


3 


10 


18 


62 


47 


24 


18 


18 


104 


33 


8 


34 


24 


5 


19 


7 


1 


8 


3 


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76 


18 


7 


25 


21 


5 


9 


8 


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1 


- 


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1 


8 


10 


9 


2 


1 


540 


127 


97 


94 


130 


92 


42 


12 


8 


6 


6 


10 


445 


88 


84 


80 


121 


72 


53 


27 


5 


8 


3 


10 


17 


54 


37 


15 


16 


17 



Declaratory judgments 





1.366 


262 


289 


368 


210 


237 




231 
758 
377 

337 


48 
110 
104 

97 


52 

149 

88 

74 


55 
189 
124 

102 


47 

130 

33 

30 


29 

180 






28 




34 




80 
139 
118 

1.029 


39 
30 
28 

165 


19 
30 
25 

215 


7 
42 
53 

266 


4 
20 

6 

180 


11 




17 




6 


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203 




151 
619 
259 


9 
80 
76 


33 

119 

63 


48 

147 

71 


43 

110 

27 


18 




163 




22 







97 



TABLE 56. PRIVATE IMMIGRATION AND NATIONALITY BILLS 
INTRODUCTED AND LAWS ENACTED, 75TH CONGRESS 
THROUGH 86TH CONGRESS 



Congress 



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introducted 



Laws 
enacted 



66th . 

85th . 

84 th . 

83rd . 

82nd . 

81st . 

80th . 

79th . 

78th . 

77th . 

76th . 

75th . 



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488 


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121 


429 


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430 


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