(navigation image)
Home American Libraries | Canadian Libraries | Universal Library | Community Texts | Project Gutenberg | Children's Library | Biodiversity Heritage Library | Additional Collections
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload
See other formats

Full text of "Annual report of the Immigration and Naturalization Service"

jUV 



''■m 



fM^<:'1l^. 



■■K-- 



fU'!;»; 



■■:i1t:. 



if,'"'*' 






ill 



I .■■;■( 

■■Ml 



l-.v;- ' 



V-'ii,.', 



■■hi!-;:- 









"^^ 



I 



r^- 



I 



.)Vb * 9325. 7:^A 14 6 




t 



Given By 
Irmni gration & Naturalization Sei 'vice 



-A 



ANNUAL 
REPORT 



r-> 



-N 



of the 



Immigration and Naturalization Service 




■iV < ^ 



-■^'^.'-Fi^w 



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, 1961. 



Respectfully submitted. 




J. M. SWING 

Commissioner 



Immigration and Naturalization Service 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 



Page 

TRAVEL CONTROL 1 

Inspection 1 

Admission 1 

Exclusion 4 

ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS 5 

Adjustment of status from nonimmigrant to immigrant 5 

Creation of record of lawful entry 5 

Suspension of deportation 5 

Private bills 5 

ENFORCEMENT 5 

Deportable aliens located 5 

Caribbean program and problems 6 

Internal security and the foreign-born 7 

Foreign-born of criminal classes 8 

Frauds 9 

Expulsion proceedings 9 

Detention 9 

Deportation and required departure 10 

Criminal prosecution 10 

Revocation of naturalization 10 

ALIEN ADDRESS REPORTS 10 

CITIZENSHIP 11 

Publicity 11 

Citizenship education 12 

Naturalization courts 12 

Persons naturalized 12 

Petitions denied 13 

Derivative citizens 13 

Loss of citizenship 14 

EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING 14 

ADMINISTRATION 14 



111 



TABLES 

Page 

1. Immigration to the United States: 1820-1961 __ 16 

2. Aliens and citizens admitted and departed, by months : Years ended June 30, 1960 and 
1961 17 

3. Aliens and citizens admitted at United States ports of entry: Years ended June 30, 
1960-1961 18 

4. Aliens admitted, by classes under the immigration laws : Years ended June 30, 1957- 
1961 19 

5. Immigrants admitted, by port: Years ended June 30, 1957-1961 __ 20 

6. Immigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or region of 
birth: Year ended June 30, 1961 21 

6A. Immigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or region of 

last permanent residence: Year ended June 30, 1961 22 

6B. Aliens who adjusted status to permanent residents in the United State, by country or 

region of birth: Year ended June 30, 1961 23 

6C. Immigrants admitted to the United States under the Act of September 11, 1957 
(P.L. 85-316), by class of admission and country or region of birth: September 11, 
1957-June 30, 1961 24 

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, 1961 25 

6E. Orphan petitions approved under the Act of September 9, 1959 (P.L. 86-253) , by type 

of adoption and country or region of birth : September 9, 1959-June 30, 1961 25 

7. Annual quotas and quota immigrants admitted : Years ended June 30, 1957-1961 26 

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

30, 1961 27 

8. Immigrants admitted, by country or region of birth and major occupation group: 
Year ended June 30, 1961 ' 28 

8A. Immigrants and beneficiaries of first preference visa petitions admitted, by occupation : 

Year ended June 30, 1961 29 

9. Immigrants admitted, by country or region of birth, sex, and age: Year ended June 

30, 1961 31 

10. Immigrants admitted, by race, sex, and age: Year ended June 30, 1961 33 

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

group: Years ended June 30, 1957-1961 34 

11. Aliens admitted and citizens arrived and departed: Years ended June 30, 1908-1961 - 35 

12. Immigrants admitted, by State of intended future permanent residence : Years ended 
June 30, 1952-1961 36 

12A. Immigrants admitted, by specified countries of birth and State of intended future 

permanent residence : Year ended June 30, 1961 37 

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

city: Year ended June 30, 1961 38 

13. Immigration by country, for decades: 1820-1961 39 

14. Immigrants admitted, by country or region of birth : Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 43 

15. Nonimmigrants admitted, by country or region of birth : Years ended June 30, 1952- 
1961 44 

15A. Temporary visitors admitted, by country or region of birth: Years ended June 30, 

1952-1961 45 

16. Nonimmigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or re- 
gion of birth: Year ended June 30, 1961 46 



IV 



TABLES— Continued 

Page 

17. Nonimmigrants admitted, by classes under the immigration laws and country or re- 
gion of last permanent residence: Year ended June 30, 1961 47 

18. Agricultural laborers admitted to the United States: Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 48 

19. Entries of alien and citizen border crossers over international land boundaries, by 
State and port: Year ended June 30, 1961 49 

20. Entries of alien and citizen border crossers over international land boundaries : 
Years ended June 30, 1928-1961 -- 51 

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

30, 1957-1961 52 

21. Aliens excluded from the United States, by cause: Years ended June 30, 1892-1961 53 

22. Aliens excluded, by country or region of birth and cause: Year ended June 30, 1961 _ 54 

23. Aliens apprehended, aliens deported, and aliens required to depart : Years ended June 

30, 1892-1961 55 

24. Aliens deported, by country to which deported and cause: Year ended June 30, 1961 _^ 56 
24A. Aliens required to depart, by nationality and cause: Years ended June 30, 1961 57 

25. Aliens deported, by country to which deported and deportation expense : Year ended 
June 30, 1961 58 

26. Aliens deported, by cause: Years ended June 30, 1908-1961 59 

26A. Aliens deported, by country to which deported : Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 60 

27. Aliens deported, by year of entry and status at entry : Year ended June 30, 1961 61 

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

1961 62 

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

1961 63 

28. Alien crewmen deserted at United States air and seaports, by nationality and flag of 
carrier: Year ended June 30, 1961 64 

29. Vessels and airplanes inspected, crewmen admitted, alien crewmen deserted, and alien 
stowaways found, by location: Year ended June 30, 1961 65 

30. Principal activities and accomplishments of immigration Border Patrol: Years ended 
June 30, 1952-1961 66 

31. Passengers arrived in the United States, by sea and air, from foreign countries, by 
country of embarkation: Year ended June 30, 1961 67 

32. Passengers departed from the United States, by sea and air, to foreign countries, by 
country of debarkation: Year ended June 30, 1961 70 

33. Passenger travel between the United States and foreign countries, by sea and air, by 
port of arrival or departure : Year ended June 30, 1961 73 

34. Insular travel — Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands: Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 74 

35. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program, by selected States of resi- 
dence and nationality: During 1961 75 

36. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program, by selected nationalities and 
States of residence: During 1961 76 

36A. Alien population, by States of residence: 1940, 1951, 1960, and 1961 77 

37. Declarations of intention filed, petitions for naturalization filed, persons naturalized 
and petitions for naturalization denied: Years ended June 30, 1907-1961 78 

38. Persons naturalized, by general and special naturalization provisions and country or re- 
gion of former allegiance: Year ended June 30, 1961 79 

39. Persons naturalized, by country or region of former allegiance : Years ended June 30, 
1952-1961 80 



TABLES— Continued 

Page 

40. Persons naturalized, by country or region of former allegiance and major occupation 
group : Year ended June 30, 1961 81 

41. Persons naturalized, by country or region of former allegiance, sex, and age: Year 
ended June 30, 1961 82 

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

ended June 30, 1957-1961 84 

42. Persons naturalized, by States or territories of residence : Years ended June 30, 1952- 
1961 85 

42A. Persons naturalized, by specified countries of former allegiance and by States or terri- 
tories of residence: Year ended June 30, 1961 86 

42B. Persons naturalized, by type of court and States or territories of residence : Year ended 

June 30, 1961 87 

43. Persons naturalized, by specified countries of former allegiance and by rural and urban 
area and city: Year ended June 30, 1961 88 

44. Persons naturalized, by country or region of birth and year of entry : Year ended June 

30, 1961 89 

45. Persons naturalized, by general and special naturalization provisions : Years ended 
June 30, 1957-1961 90 

46. Certificates of citizenship granted, by country or region of birth and reason for claim : 
Year ended June 30, 1961 91 

47. Certificates of citizenship granted to persons who derived citizenship through parent- 
age or marriage, by country or region of birth and year derived : Year ended June 30, 
1961 92 

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, 1961 93 

49. Petitions for naturalization denied, by reason: Years ended June 30, 1954-1961 94 

50. Certificates of naturalization revoked, by grounds : Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 95 

51. Persons expatriated, by grounds: Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 96 

52. Persons repatriated: Years ended June 30, 1952-1961 97 

53. Prosecutions for immigration and nationality violations : Years ended June 30, 1952- 
1961 98 

54. Convictions for immigration and nationality violations : Years ended June 30, 1952- 
1961 99 

55. Writs of habeas corpus and declaratory judgments in exclusion and deportation cases: 
Years ended June 30, 1957-1961 100 

56. Private immigration and nationality bills introduced and laws enacted, 75th Congress 
through 87th Congress, First Session 101 

57. Private bills and beneficiaries of private bills, 87th Congress (First Session), by type 

of bill and action (country of birth of beneficiaries for bills enacted) . 102 



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) Representives of Foreign Countries 

(f) Other Nonimmigrants 

c. Exclusion 

1. Inadmissible Aliens 

2. Waivers of Inadmissibility 

a. Inspection 

Persons wishing to enter the United States 
are inspected by immigration officers for the 
purpose of determining whether they are 
citizens or aliens and, if aliens, whether they 
are admissible under the immigration laws. 
During the fiscal year 1961, 168 million such 
inspections took place. This continued a twenty- 
year trend of growth and exceeded last year's 
figure by four percent. Again, some 95 percent 
of this number were repeated entries by border 
crossers. The number of these border crossers 
grew by more than 50 percent during the last 
ten years, and exceeded 160 million this year. 
The number of border crossings by aliens grew 
by 80 percent and those of citizens increased by 
29 percen.t. The growth is much faster at the 
Mexican border (74 percent in ten years) than 
at the Canadian border (28 percent in ten 
years). 

International travel continued at a high level 
this year. There were 3,360,606 passengers who 
arrived in the United States from all parts of 
the world on 67,680 vessels and 173,312 planes. 
This represents an 8 percent increase in the 
number of travelers over last year. While the 
number of arriving airplanes decreased slightly, 
the number of aii'plane passengers increased by 
11 percent, indicating the larger seating capac- 
ity of jet planes. 

The increased volume of inspection work was 
handled with speed and efficiency by officers of 
the Service in order to avoid inconvenience to 
the traveling public. Prolonged delays or wait- 
ing for inspection upon arrival at United States 
ports were prevented by the continued use of 
preflight inspection at certain foreign airports 
and en route inspection aboard some of the 
large passenger ships in the Pacific and on some 
railroad lines operating between Canada and 
the United States. 



Improved or new inspectional facilities at 
several border ports and at a number of air- 
ports have also substantially promoted efficient 
service to the traveler. The Service contributed 
advice and planned layouts for the construction 
of the facilities at the various ports. Among 
the airports especially noteworthy are those of 
Seattle-Tacoma, Dallas, Houston, and San Fran- 



cisco. 



b. Admission 



The total number of citizens admitted this 
year exceeded last year's figure by more than 
4 percent and rose to 71,654,927. Some 68 
million of these were border crossers, and 
another 800,000 were crewmen. 

A further 6 percent rise brought the number 
of citizens who returned to the United States 
by sea and air to 2,043,416. Three out of every 
four travelers arrived by air. Most of the citi- 
zen passengers returned to the United States 
after visitirtg European countries, the Carib- 
bean area, and Mexico. 

Entries made by aliens totaled more than 96 
million during the 1961 fiscal year. Over 92 
million of these entries were made by border 
crossers. almost 4 percent more than in fiscal 
year 1960. The other aliens admitted are an- 
alyzed in more detail below. 




At Gateivay Bridge, Brownsville, Texas, an Immigrant 

Inspector inspects a few of the 103 million entrants who 

came from Mexico in 1961. 

1. Immigrants. The number of aliens admitted 
to the United States as immigrants during the 
fiscal year 1961 again showed an increase of 2 
percent over 1960. Most of these 271,344 im- 
migrants were admitted at the various ports of 
entry, but 6 percent who were already in the 
United States became permanent residents 
through adjustment of status. The number of 
immigrants from Europe declined by 9 percent, 



while the number of those coming from the 
countries in the Western Hemisphere grew 21 
percent. This was mainly due to increased im- 
migration from Mexico and Cuba. 

(a) Quota Immigrants. A total of 96,104 
quota immigrants were admitted during the 
year, which is 5 percent less than last year's 
figure. This confirms the pattern observed dur- 
ing recent years that only about two-thirds of 
available quota numbers are used each year. 
Generally speaking, European quota countries 
use all or most of the quota numbers allotted 
to them every year with two notable exceptions : 
the United Kingdom with 25,100 and Ireland 
with 6,273 quota immigrants, again this year 
used less than half of the quotas available to 
them. 

This year 3,460 of the quota immigrants were 
admitted under the first preference classifi- 
cation as aliens of high skills and special ability. 
These aliens were accompanied by 3,758 spouses 
and children, who were also admitted as first 
preference. This group of highly skilled aliens 
included 1,868 in the professions, of whom 419 
were engineers, 343 professors or teachers, 141 
physicians, 181 nurses, 98 chemists, and 71 
other scientists. 

A total of 14,933 immigrants were admitted 
under the second, third, and fourth preference 
portions of their quotas, as specified by law for 
certain close relatives of United States citizens 
and of permanent resident aliens. There were 
73,923 aliens admitted as nonpreference quota 
immigrants. Nearly 70 percent of these came 
from the United Kingdom, Germany, and Ire- 
land. 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED. 
1952 - 1961 



THOUSANDS 



THOUSANDS 









„ TOTAL 






























1 


^fiii^ IMMIGRANTS 




XV" 


1 


<•<"■ 


- 


QUOTA 
























- 


- 


\ 




- 








•mtm 




— 










"— 


- 














*-^ 










\ 


V 


- 







I9S2 53 54 65 56 57 '56 '59 '60 1961 

(b) No)i(iiiota Immif/ratits. The number of 
nonquota immigrants increased 7 percent from 



last year and reached 175,240 in fiscal year 1961. 
This figure includes 32,551 spouses and children 
of United States citizens, as well as 112,836 
natives of the Western Hemisphere, with their 
spouses and children. Also included are 22,840 
other nonquota immigrants whose admission 
was made possible by special legislation. Of 
these aliens, 3,982 were admitted under the .Act 
of September 11, 1957, and included 2,693 
orphans and 744 refugee-escapees. There were 
13,255 admitted under the Act of September 
22, 1959, which provided that certain close rel- 
atives of citizens and of alien residents of the 
United States should be admitted as nonquota 
immigrants. The Act of September 2, 1958, 
which provided relief for victims of natural 
calamity in the Azores and for Netherlands 
nationals displaced from Indonesia, allowed 
5,472 other aliens to gain admission as nonquota 
immigrants. 



* - 









prospective adoptive pare)itfi of second orphan being in- 
terviewed in their home. The little girl, previously 
adopted, is one of the 17, 9H orphans adopted 
in 19'.!)-1!)81. 

In order to enable the United States to 
further participate in the resettlement of re- 
fugees. Congress enacted P.L. 86-648, which 
became effective on July 14, 1960. This Act 
authorizes the Attorney General to parole into 
the United States alien refugee-escapees under 
the terms of section 212(d) (5) of the Immi- 
gration and Nationality Act. The number of 
such parolees may not exceed 25 percent of the 
total number of refugee-escapees who have 
availed themselves of resettlement opportunities 
offered by nations other than the United States. 
These parolees may be granted the status of 
lawfully admitted permanent residents two 
years after their entry. During the 1961 fiscal 
year, 2,942 such parolees entered the United 
States. More than 40 percent came originally 



from Yugoslavia ; most of the others fled from 
Hungary, the United Arab Republic, Rumania, 
and Poland. 




Armenian refugees from Lebanon are greeted in native 
tongue by Port Receptionist. 

2. Nonimmigrants. Nonimmigrants are aliens 
admitted to the United States for temporary 
periods. This year, 1,220,315 such aliens were 
admitted, a 7 percent increase over the pre- 
ceding year. This figure does not include crew- 
men, Mexican agricultural workers, nor border 
crossers. 

(a) Creivmcn. There were 1,746,339 alien 
crewmen granted shore leave, and 121,556 crew- 
man identification cards were issued to qualified 
applicants. These crewman cards greatly facil- 
itate the inspection of arriving vessels, and a 
total of 366,649 such cards have been issued 
since the inception of the program. 

(b) Temporurii Workers. During the 1961 
fiscal year, 338,412 workers came to perform 
temporary labor or other work in the United 
States. This included 294,149 Mexican agri- 
cultural laborers. The number of these Mexican 
workers decreased 31 percent compared to last 
year, mainly because of labor difficulties in Cali- 
fornia, bad weather conditions, and, to some 




Processing applications for crewman 
identification cards. 

extent, because of business recession. There 
were admitted 18,842 other agricultural 
workers mostly from the British West Indies 
and Canada, and 8,652 Canadian woodsmen. 
Another 7,691 were admitted as aliens of dis- 
tinguished merit and ability, 3,360 as industrial 
trainees, and 5,718 as other temporary workers, 
(c) Visito7-s. Tourists or visitors for pleasure 
numbering 742,307 came to the United States 
this year, an increase of 11 percent over the 
preceding year. Forty-seven percent of these 
visitors came from Europe and 46 percent from 
the Western Hemisphere. About one-fifth of the 
holiday visitors came from Mexico. Another 
116,165 persons visited the United States for 
business reasons, almost two-thirds of whom 
came from Europe. 

NONIMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 
1952 - 1961 



THOUSANDS 
1,4 



THOUSflNOS 
4 00 



— — 1,000 




(d) Students and Exchange Visitors. The 
number of students admitted was 35,072 in 
fiscal year 1961, which is substantially the same 
as in the two preceding years. Of those admitted 



as students, 7,497 came from Canada, 4,766 
from Mexico, 4,804 from Europe, 8,792 from 
Asia, 1,231 from Africa, and 501 from Oceania. 
Furthering international cultural exchange, 
the United States admitted 24,346 exchange 
visitors during the fiscal year 1961. These visi- 
tors and scholars bring with them the cultural 
background and traditions of their native land 
and are required to return to their countries 
after their stays in the United States, in order 
to share with their countrymen the benefits of 
new skills and knowledge acquired in America. 




Tibetan exchange visitors being interviewed by 
Immigrant Inspector. 

Again, this year, the largest groups of ex- 
change visitors came from Japan (2,217), India 
(1,579), United Kingdom (1,565), Germany 
(1,562), and the Philippines (1,409). 

(e) Representatives of Foreign Countries. 
In this group, 30,704 persons were admitted as 
foreign government officials, 9,383 as repre- 
sentatives to international organizations, 1,949 
as representatives of foreign information 
media, and 755 as NATO represenatives. 

(f) Other Nonimmigrants. Other aliens ad- 
mitted for varying lengths of temporary stay 
included 4,549 ti'eaty traders and investors with 
their wives and children (43 percent in this 
category came from Japan), and 106,888 alien 
travelers who passed in transit through the 
United States. 

c. Exclusion 

1. Inadmissible Aliens. The purpose of the in- 
spection of alien applicants for admission to the 
United States is to grant admission to those 
who are admissible under the law (as well as to 
establish control in the ca.se of nonimmigrants 
to ensure departure at the end of their author- 
ized stay), and to prevent the entry of those 
who are excludable. 



During fiscal year 1961, 158,738 aliens were 
refused admission at the various ports of entry. 
This means about one applicant rejected for 
every 600 admitted to the United States. More 
than half of those rejected intended to enter as 
border crossers, others were crewmen to whom 
shore leave had been refused, or aliens who 
withdrew their applications for admission when 
they were advised that they appeared prima 
facie inadmissible. 

Under formal proceedings 743 persons were 
excluded. Of these aliens, 625 attempted to 
enter without proper documents, 21 were ex- 
cluded on subversive grounds, and 21 because 
of their criminal records. A few others were 
found to be mentally or physically defective, or 
belonged to one of the immoral classes. 

The number of formal exclusions shows an 81 
percent rise relative to 1960, and a similar rise 
is to be noted in the number of exclusion hear- 
ings. During fiscal year 1961, 2,599 such hear- 
ings were completed, compared to 1,464 in 1960. 
Most of this rise was again caused by the con- 
tinued arrival of Cubans seeking asylum in the 
United States. 

2. Waivers of InadmissibiUty. The Act of Sep- 
tember 11, 1957, authorized the granting of 
waivers of inadmissibility for certain close 
relatives of citizens and permanent residents of 
the United States. Under these provisions, 857 
waivers were granted to aliens excludable on 
criminal or immoral grounds, while 140 such 
waivers were denied. Waivers were granted to 
219 excludable on grounds of documentary 
fraud ; 23 were denied. The largest number of 
applicants for these waivers were from Mexico, 
Italy, and Germany. More than 80 percent of 
the waivers completed were acted upon in the 
overseas oflfices of the Service. 

Exclusion may be waived for certain close 
relatives afflicted with tuberculosis. From the 
passage of the Act through June 30, 1961, 3,784 
such aliens were admitted and referred to the 
Public Health Service. About 60 percent of 
these aliens were spouses, children, or parents 
of United States citizens. The remainder were 
like relatives of resident aliens. 

An alien formerly excludable as one of the 
subversive classes, who meets the criteria es- 
tablished by Congress for "defector," may be 
admitted if it is within the public interest. 
Detailed reports of 68 defectors were sent to 
Congress and the aliens admitted. 

The Attorney General's discretionary author- 
ity to admit inadmissible nonimmigrant aliens 
for temporary periods of .stay was exercised 
favorably in 4,847 cases, and submitted to 
Congress. 



II. ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS 



I. ENFORCEMENT 



a. Adjustment of Status from Nonimmigrant to Immi- 

ijrant 
h. Creation of Record of Lawful Entry 

c. Suspension of Deportation 

d. Private Bills 

a. Adjustment of Status from Nonimmigrant 
to Immigrant 

Under certain conditions, the law allows 
nonimmigrants, who are temporarily in the 
United States, to apply for an adjustment of 
their status to that of a permanent resident. 
In fiscal year 1961, 11,306 such adjustments 
were granted, substantially the same number as 
during the preceding period. Of these appli- 
cants, 4,471 were the spouses of United States 
citizens, 2,874 natives of Western Hemisphere 
countries and their families, 3,609 were quota 
immigrants, and 352 other aliens. 

b. Creation of Record of Lawful Entry 

A record of lawful admission for permanent 
residence may be created under section 249 of 
the Immigration and Nationality Act upon the 
application of an alien who entered the United 
States prior to June 28, 1940. During this fiscal 
year 5,037 such aplications for the creation of 
a record had been granted. More than three- 
fourths of these aliens entered the United States 
prior to July 1, 1924. 

c. Suspension of Deportation 

Congress approved a total of 128 cases where 
the Attorney General ordered suspension of de- 
portation and granted the adjustment of status 
of the applicant under section 244 of the Immi- 
gration and Nationality Act. 

d. Private Bills 

During the 1961 fiscal year, 2,207 private bills 
were introducted in Congress, representing a 
12 percent rise over fiscal year 1959 which in- 
cluded a comparable first session of Congress. 
Only 151 bills were enacted, which is 60 per- 
cent less than in 1959. Of the bills introduced 
during this first session, 78 percent are designed 
to permit the immigration of aliens to whom 
quota numbers are not available. Most of these 
aliens would have been charged to the following 
oversubscribed quotas: Italy, Chinese Persons, 
Greece, and Poland. 



a. Deportable Aliens Located 

b. Caribbean Program and Problems 

c. Internal Security and the Foreign-born 

d. Foreign-born of the Criminal Classes 

e. Frauds 

f. Expulsion Proceedings 

g. Detention 

h. Deportation and Required Departure 

i. Criminal Prosecution 

j. Revocation of Naturalization 

a. Deportable Aliens Located 

Since 1954 when more than a million deport- 
able aliens were apprehended in the United 
States the pattern of illegality has changed 
drastically. At that time, over 95 percent of 
such aliens were Mexican nationals who entered 
without inspection. Since then the tight border 
control has brought about a continuing decrease 
in surreptitious entries. Offsetting this decline 
in surreptitious entries has been an increase in 
the number of deportable aliens who, though 
admitted legally, violated the conditions of their 
admission. For example, in fiscal year 1961, just 
19 percent of the 88,823 deportable aliens 
located had entered without inspection, the re- 
mainder having been admitted at ports of entry. 



DEPORTABLE ALIENS FOUND IN U.S. 
1959 - 1961 





a s ,0 


.1 70 71 


TK005 


T* 


« 


M 


6* ro - 




ME ■ ICftNS 


IH ' 












t08% 


1959 

I9G0 
1961 

1959 
I960 

1959 
I960 
1961 

I960 

1961 








32.288 




1? 


ID 












£9.651 




r-' 


III 












29.B77 




zP 


PI 






OThEO 
NftTlONflLITlES 


9 




















iZ.Sil 




w 


II 












A 


41.033 




{ 


zr 


IP 














/ 




<\ 


58,946 










9 


1 












fURBEPTITlPuS 
ENTH0M5 


9 












—9i %' 

-03% 






2i,oao 


9 


II 








16.964 


W-9 


II 






/[■ 


I6,8T4 


Zr 


U 




ENTERED 

THROUGH 
PORTS OF 
ENTRY aNO 
VIOLfiTEO 
STATUS 


ffl 




















A 


43.739 






& 


■ 


















53.720 








w 


II 










^ A 


71,949 












V 


i 



E OB l-IOEC"J»K O 



Among the deportable aliens found were 
3,120 agricultural workers, and 55,483 visitors, 



students, immigrants, and other aliens legally 
admitted. Aliens who entered unlawfully in- 
cluded 2,634 crewman deserters, 213 stow- 
aways, 16,661 aliens who entered without in- 
spection (principally across the land borders). 
The total also includes 10,712 alien crewmen 
most of whom were technically deportable be- 
cause the vessels on which they served did not 
depart from the United States within the re- 
quired 29-day time limit. 



Aliens and smugglers were promptly presented 
for prosecution. 




Patrol Officers conduct light task force operation in 
agricultural area of California. 

The crewman control and anti-smuggling and 
stowaway programs continued to receive em- 
phasis during 1961. The development of in- 
formants in the United States, abroad, and on 
ves.sels, who can furnish reliable information 
concerning stowaways and smuggling activities 
was stressed. Control measures along the St. 
Lawrence is an example for action taken to 
meet enforcement problems. Vessels on which 
26,111 crewmen were ordered held on board 
were under frequent surveillance, to insure that 
no unauthorized landings were made. Searches 
were often made of crewman hang-outs ; vessels 
were searched for stowaways and smuggled 
aliens. 

The efforts resulted in an 11 percent decrease 
in crewmen placed under proceedings. The 213 
stowaways located represents the lowest figure 
in any year since World War II. Sixty-six were 
Italian, 29 Cuban, and 13 Chine.se; these were 
the only groups with more than 10 stowaways. 
At the land borders and along the Florida and 
Gulf coasts, 284 smugglers and 477 smuggled 
aliens were apprehended during the year. 




Search of ship for stowaways. 

Coordination of efforts of the Service are 
illustrated by the following case. Information 
was received by New York indicating that two 
stowaways were being smuggled by a crew 
member aboard the ship "Z". The investigators 
who met the vessel at quarantine in New York 
narrowed the identity of the crewman to one 
"C". Although "C" denied any knowledge of 
stowaways on the vessel, large sums of money 
were found hidden in his cabin and on his per- 
son. Meanwhile, a separate squad of investi- 
gators discovered two stowaways hidden in one 
of the holds. The stowaways denied being 
a.ssisted and the crewman "C" steadfastly 
claimed complete innocence. Finally, the stow- 
aways admitted being smuggled aboard by "C", 
to whom they paid 600,000 Italian lire. The 
smuggler corroborated this account and the 
600,000 lire was seized as evidence. In the 
criminal pro.secutions that followed, the stow- 
aways were convicted, given short sentences, 
and deported promptly to Italy. The smuggler 
"C" was convicted and sentenced to one year 
imprisonment. 

b. Caribbean Program and Problems 

As Cuba moved more firmly into the commu- 
nist orbit during the year, and the assassination 
of Trujillo in the Dominican Republic added to 
the Caribbean unre.st, the Service was con- 
fronted with a number of serious problems. On 
the one hand, the United States Government 
welcomes refugees fleeing tyranny in Cuba and 
the Dominican Republic. On the other hand, 
certain aliens in the guise of refugees may be 
security risks. At the end of June there were 
4,000 Cuban refugees on parole, 26,000 in visi- 




A narroir sliaft i>i the s/n/j's hold «'a.s place of cmiceal- 
ment of nine Italian stoivaways. 

tor status, and 32,190 refugees in a deferred 
departure status. 

To more effectively cope with inspectional 
problems, secondary inspection on a selective 
basis was inaugurated in Miami, and later ex- 
tended to Puerto Rico on a limited basis. A use- 
ful aid in the screening of undersirable aliens 
was the Caribbean Investigations and Coordi- 
nation Program Index. This index, maintained 
in the Miami office, became more valuable when 
records from our Havana office were incorpo- 
rated into the index after the termination of 
diplomatic relations with Cuba. The index con- 
tains information on subversives, suspected 
subversives, criminals, drug addicts and traffic- 
kers, and other Latin Americans. 

The Caribbean Index may be referred to at 
any hour of the day or night by any Service 
office screening applicants for admission from 
Central and South America and Caribbean 
areas. More than 100 undesirable aliens with- 
drew their applications for admission after 
search of these indices, interrogation and in- 
vestigation based on these indices. 

As a direct result of the revolutionary and 
subversive politics stemming from the Castro 
regime in Cuba, New York, Los Angeles, and 



San Francisco Districts established information 
indices on such aliens in their areas. One case in 
which the index was useful was that of Herman 
Frederick Marks, a native of Milwaukee, Wis- 
consin, who became known as "the butcher" 
while serving as a "captain" in Castro's army 
and "security officer" at La Cabana fortress in 
Havana, where he supervised the execution of 
more than 200 opponents of the Castro regime. 
He lost his United States citizenship as a result 
and was ordered deported by a special inquiry 
officer on May 31, 1961, in New York. 

Operation Skyward, the procedure established 
November 2, 1959, for preventing persons de- 
parting by private planes for Cuba, was ex- 
panded. In January 1961, departure controls 
were extended to apply to both citizens and 
aliens destined to Cuba by any mode of trans- 
portation. 

During the year, 144 notices of prevention of 
departure were served and 199 are outstanding 
under the provisions of section 215 of the Immi- 
gration and Nationality Act and Presidential 
Proclamation No. 3004 of June 17, 1953. Opera- 
tion Skyward was aided immeasurably by the 
records of the Flight Information Center at 
Miami. Data relating to airplanes and boats, 
some of which are suspected or are known to 
have been used in revolutionary activities, are 
in these records. The center also serves as a 
clearinghouse for other enforcement agencies. 

c. Internal Security and the Foreign-born 

The attempted surreptitious entries of Cubans 
with communist leanings, among the Florida 
Keys and at the Mexican border, added to the 
responsibilities for internal security. In ad- 
dition to guarding again.st Caribbean commu- 
nists, the Service met its responsibility for 
maintaining internal security from the threat 
of other foreign-born communists. These are 
three avenues for the functioning of this re- 
sponsibility. 

(1) Revocation of naturalization — a court 
action requiring "clear and unequivocal evi- 
dence" that the naturalization was obtained 
through fraud — may result in denaturalization 
of the persons, which, in turn, may make de- 
portation possible. 

Despite the difficulty of meeting the standard 
of proof required by courts in revocation cases, 
investigation was completed in several cases 
which give some promise of success. 

(2) Deportation of denaturalized or other 
aliens who have carried out subversive activi- 
ties is the aim of investigative efforts. 



Zeny Grzelewski, former Literature Agent 
for the Communist Party, West Side Section, 
Detroit, Michigan, was deported to Poland on 
August 26, 1960, on subversive grounds. John 
Zazuliak, an Austrian citizen, the subject of 
long deportation proceedings, obtained his own 
travel document to U.S.S.R. and departed on 
January 26, 1961. He was formerly the Section 
Organizer of the North Detroit Section of the 
Michigan District of the Communist Party. 
Also deported on subervise grounds were Ham- 
ish Scott MacKay, a Canadian citizen, and 
Willia Nuikkanen, of Finland. In each instance, 
the deportation charge was premised on mem- 
bership in the Communist Party. These expul- 
sions finally brought to an end proceedings 
which were contested administratively and in 
the courts for many years. A number of aliens 
having subversive backgrounds or affiliations 
were also deported. There were 40 unexecuted 
orders of deportation on subversive grounds 
outstanding at the end of the year. 

(3) Denial of applications for naturalization 
or the exclusion of subversive aliens seeking 
admission are preventive measures taken by 
the Service. 

The Service program instituted in 1959, to 
identify and exclude from the United States 
communist residents of Mexico, continues to 
increase in usefulness. Sufficient evidence to 
exclude such persons was developed in 555 
cases. A total of 21 persons were excluded on 
subversive grounds. 

Investigations opened of naturalization ap- 
plicants who may be subversive increased 
from 332 in 1960 "to 851 in 1961, an increase 
which may be attributed, in part, to the Cuban 
situation. 

d. Foreign-born of Criminal Classes 

Alien racketeers, prostitutes, procurers, nar- 
cotics addicts, narcotics traffickers, perpetra- 
tors of frauds against the Government is 
another group to whom Service enforcement 
officers give priority attention. 

The racketeer has been the prime target, 
since, with his deportation, lesser criminals, 
whose interests are dependent on his, become 
less effective. However, both in the denatural- 
ization and deportation proce.'^.ses, impediments 
exist that thwart enforcement. Denaturaliza- 
tion is difficult because of the stringent require- 
ments imposed by the courts. The deportation 
process, in itself expeditious, is often thwarted 
by the alien's re.sort to judicial procedures 
solely to delay or obstruct the execution of the 
deportation orders. 



For example : Michele Abati, former member 
of the Detroit Purple Gang and a member of 
the organized crime syndicate of New York, 
was finally deported on July 8, 1961. This ended 
seven years of repetitious appeals. 

After years of litigation, the United States 
Supreme Court, on February 20, 1961, affirmed 
the denaturalization of Frank Costello. Cos- 
tello's appeal from a deportation order is pend- 
ing before the Board of Immigration Appeals. 

Joseph Stacher, alias "Doc" Rosen, a native 
of Russia, who has been associated in business 
ventures with Meyer Lansky, Joe Adonis, and 
was an intimate friend and associate of Murder 
Incorporated's Lepke Buchalter, was put under 
exclusion proceedings during the year at Los 
Angeles. Although previously .stripped of citi- 
zenship, he has not been deportable under law. 
It was known however that Stacher, one of the 
wealthiest racketeers in the United States, oc- 
casionally visited Europe. A lookout was posted 
with the result that when he returned to Los 
Angeles on March 30, 1961, exclusion proceed- 
ings were instituted, based on a conviction for 
forgery. On August 31, 1961, the special in- 
quiry officer ordered Stacher's exclusion and 
deportation. His appeal from this order is 
pending before the Board of Immigration Ap- 
peals. 

Both at the Canadian and Mexican land bor- 
ders, the Service is engaged in a preventive 
program whose objective is to identify foreign 
criminals who may be residing in adjacent 
countries or who may have entered the United 
States, so that such aliens may be prevented 
from entering the United States or located with- 
in the United States and deported. During the 
year, 1,265 look-outs were posted of these crim- 
inal aliens. As a result, 46 such aliens were 
excluded and 52 were located within the United 
States. 




Siuich iiix'cstiguliii,, ./.. I nijxilitaji 
skyscraper coiist ruction. 



e. Frauds 

Immigration frauds are most often commit- 
ted in order to gain admission into the United 
States. Document frauds are most frequent. 

In Canada, a Rev. Jordan furnished false 
Canadian passports to British West Indians, 
and then helped them to cross over into the 
United States. A travel agency in New York 
was doing a profitable business in filing first 
preference petitions for quota immigrants. In 
California, false affidavits of business and eco- 
nomic status and jobs were being sold by a 
woman notary. 

Mexican aliens use documents to sustain 
false claims to American citizenship. During 
fiscal year 1961, Service officers apprehended 
1,048 such cases, an increase from 964 during 
fiscal year 1960. The files at the Fraudulent 
Document Center, maintained in El Paso, now 
include over 6,000 such cases. 

Frank C. Robles, a former member of the 
Arizona State Legislature and publisher of the 
weekly, "Arizona P.M.," was indicted for 
furnishing forged assurances of employment to 
aliens seeking to immigrate to this country 




Seiirch iiivcstigafioii on citij xt 



from Mexico in seven separate cases. The Su- 
preme Court affirmed his conviction. On April 
10, 1961, he began serving the two-year sen- 
tence imposed by the District Court. 

Organized marriage frauds whereby aliens 
married United States citizens to gain the right 
to nonquota status, continued to be subjects of 
investigation as other participants were un- 



covered in the San Diego, California, Newark, 
New Jersey, and New York City areas. 

For many years, Chinese United States citi- 
zens, upon return to the United States after 
visiting China, have claimed to have fathered 
children while in China. Most of these were 
false claims that were then used by the alleged 
children to enter the United States as citizens. 

Under "^he so-called Chinese confession pro- 
gram, these alleged citizens are urged to dis- 
close their true identities and status in this 
country. Where possible, these confessed aliens 
are permitted to adjust their status. During 
1961, under this program, 1,248 persons con- 
fessed to having entered this country fraudu- 
lently. These confessions exposed 2,235 other 
Chinese who entered in the same manner, and 
cut off 1,187 positions or slots on the fictitious 
family trees. 

f. Expulsion Proceedings 

When an alien is located, the first step in the 
deportation process is the issuance to the alien 
of an order to show cause why he should not be 
deported. In fiscal year 1961, 17,323 orders to 
show cause were issued. This is a 47 percent in- 
crease over last year and is the highest number 
issued since the order to show cause procedure 
was instituted in 1956. 

A total of 13,004 deportation hearings were 
held before special inquiry officers. In 10,351 
cases, 80 percent, deportability was conceded by 
the pleadings of the aliens concerned. 

At the close of the fiscal year, 4,816 orders 
of deportation remained unexecuted. Of these, 
35 percent were for persons in institutions (61 
persons in hospitals, the remainder in penal 
institutions), 21 percent had not been executed 
because of pending private bills or litigation, 
15 percent were either awaiting transportation 
or travel documents. Many of the remainder 
were political refugees, others were not de- 
ported due to illness, or they were disposing of 
property, or for other similar reasons. 

Service efforts were directed toward expedit- 
ing the issuance of travel documents and trans- 
portation arrangements. As a result, the num- 
ber of active deportation cases awaiting travel 
documents or transportation dropped from 
1,060 to 735. 

g. Detention 

A total of 10,272 aliens who were likely to 
abscond, or whose present freedom at large rep- 
resented a danger to public safety or security, 
were served with warrants of arrest and placed 
in detention. In addition, 10,108 Mexican na- 
tionals were assembled for transportation back 



to Mexico at detention headquarters. Average 
days detention in Service facilities was 7.7, in 
non-Service facilities 4.8 days. 

To return the Mexican nationals closer to 
their homes, and at the same time to discourage 
their illegal reentry into the United States, 
Mexican nationals who lived in the south and 
central section of Mexico were usually removed 
from the United States by way of the McAllen 
Detention Facility to Reynosa, Tamaulipas, by 
bus, then by air to Leon Guanajuato. Those 
whose homes were in the north central section 
of Mexico generally were assembled at the de- 
tention facility at El Paso, Texas, and taken by 
bus to Ojinaga, Chihuahua, thence by train to 
Chihuahua, Chihuahua. 

h. Deportation and Required Departure 

Of the 59,821 aliens expelled from the United 
States, 52,383 conceded deportability and were 
permitted to depart without the institution of 
deportation proceedings. Included in this cate- 
gory were 18,944 aliens who failed to comply 
with the conditions of nonimmigrant status ; 
16,154 direct required departures of Mexican 
nationals who entered without inspection; 
10,712 crewman technical violators; 5,4 55 
aliens who entered without inspection and were 
served orders to show cause ; 920 who entered 
without proper documents ; and 198 others. 

A total of 7,438 aliens were ordered deported. 
Four were deported on subversive charges ; 677 
on criminal, immoral or narcotic charges; 3,020 
failed to observe the conditions of their admis- 
sion, and 2,916 entered surreptitiously; 400 had 
been admitted without proper documents; 357 
entered without approval, after previous ex- 
clusion or deportation. Fifty-four mental or 
physical defectives were deported. 

The Service airplane which is especially 
equipped with medical facilities to cope with in- 
flight needs of mental patients continues to play 
an important role in the return of mentally ill 
aliens to their homeland. It is also used to re- 
turn criminal deportees for whom commercial 
transportation is difficult to obtain. During 
fiscal year 1961, 49 mentally incompetent aliens 
were deported or removed by the Service air- 
craft. Their care in institutions in the United 
States had already co.st over .$228,000. Had they 
continued to remain in these institutions for the 
extent of their life expectancy, the anticipated 
public expenditure in their behalf would have 
exceeded $2,000,000. In addition to the mentally 
incompetent, the Service aircraft transported 
overseas 125 other aliens being deported or re- 
moved from the United States. On return 
flights, the plane carried refugees and United 



States citizens who had become ill or stranded 
abroad and were being returned to the United 
States by the Department of State. 

Aliens who fall into distress in the United 
States may be returned to their own countries 
at Government expense, if they agree not to 
again enter the United States. Under this pro- 
vision 143 aliens were removed. 

i. Criminal Prosection 

Of the 5,005 cases presented to United States 
Attorneys for violation of immigration laws, 
2,459 criminal prosecutions were authorized. 
Ninety-three percent of the cases disposed of 
resulted in convictions with aggregate sen- 
tences of 26,345 months and fines of $77,525. 

The largest number of cases presented were 
those of deported aliens who reentered the 
United States without permission (8 U.S.C. 
1326). Of 1,484 such cases authorized by the 
United States Attorneys, 1,418 were disposed 
of, with convictions in 1,375 cases. Average 
sentence in these cases was 13 months. 

In the 160 convictions for document frauds 
(18 U.S.C. 1546), the average sentence was 17 
months. One hundred eighty-eight nationality 
violations were authorized by United States 
Attorneys. Ninety-two percent of the 184 na- 
tionality violation cases concluded resulted in 
convictions; 158 of these cases were convictions 
for false representation as a United States 
citizen (18 U.S.C. 911) . 

j. Revocation of Naturalization 

The Supreme Court affirmed the revocation 
of naturalization of Frank Cost el lo, first 
ordered in 1958. The Court held that Costello 
concealed the material fact that bootlegging 
was his true occupation, rather than "real 
estate." In two other cases, denaturalization 
was ordered for persons who failed to reveal 
their criminal records at the time of naturaliza- 
tion. 

Ten revocation suits were pending at the end 
of the year — 2 subversive, 6 criminal, and 2 
other cases. 



IV. ALIEN ADDRESS REPORTS 

In accordance with the requirements of the 
Immigration and Nationality Act, 3,038,304 
aliens filed address report cards with the Serv- 
ice in 1961. This is an increase of three percent 
over last year's figure and the reports indicate 
that the alien population center continues to 
move toward the Southwest. For the first time. 



10 



the Southwest Region exceeded all the other re- 
gions, with 1,003,111 aliens reporting their 
addresses there, and California pulled further 
ahead of New York as the State with the largest 
number of aliens reporting. About one out of 
every five aliens now lives in California. 

Again, the large.st number of reporting 
aliens were of Mexican nationality (520,884), 
followed by Canada (338,242), United King- 
dom (267,571), Germany (267,562), Italy 
(248,773), Poland (138,216), and Cuba 
(111,521). The other nationalities were under 
the hundred thousand mark. 

Largest numbers of Mexican nationals live in 
California (219,335) and in Texas (199,816) ; 
Canadians in California, Michigan, and New 
York ; Britons and Germans in New York and 
California, and the largest number of Cubans 
stay in Florida. Owing to the Cuban situation, 
the fastest rate of growth in the alien popula- 
tion was shown by Florida, where the number 
of aliens reporting rose by some 40 percent 
from 83,577 last year to 117,619 this year. 



V. CITIZENSHIP 

a. Publicity 

b. Citizenship Education 

c. Naturalization Courts 

d. Persons Naturalized 

e. Petitions Denied 

f. Derivative Citizens 

g. Loss of Citizenship 

a. Publicity 

It has always been recognized that a substan- 
tial portion of the aliens fail to file their applica- 
tions because they are unaware that they have 
become eligible for naturalization. To meet this 
situation, the Invitation-to-File Program was 
designed to remind qualified aliens of their 
eligibility and over a million notifications were 
mailed out during 1959 and 1960. While this 
program was discontinued during fiscal year 
1961, these invitations have left an imprint on 
the conciousne.ss of the alien population which 
will probably endure for some time. Even now, 
a substantial number of applications are being 



ALIEN ADDRESS REPORTS BY STATES 
1961 




E G E N D 



OVER 500,000 

200,000-300,000 

150,000- 199,999 

100,000- 149,999 

50,000 - 99,999 

20,000-49,999 

10,000 - 19,999 

LESS THAN 

JO.OOO 



11 



received from aliens notified a year or more 
ago, and this is expected to continue to some ex- 
tent through fiscal year 1962. 

The Service continues to notify newly natura- 
lized persons by mail of the derivative rights 
and naturalization eligibility of their children 
resulting from the parent's naturalization, and 
of the administrative procedures leading to the 
issuance of documentary evidence of the chil- 
dren's citizenship. When the necessary applica- 
tions on behalf of the children are promptly 
made, the Service can proceed expeditiously 
with the examination and the adjudication of 
each case while the files and documents re- 
lating to the members of the same family are 
still in the operating unit. At the same time, 
the citizenship status of the children is firmly 
established by the issuance to them of certifi- 
cates of citizenship. 

The Service also distributes brochures and 
other informative material that describe the 
naturalization requirements and procedures in 
the simplest of terms, and stress the assistance 
made available by the school authorities to those 
who wish to prepare themselves for the educa- 
tional phases of the naturalization examination 
by attending citizenship classes. 

Three educational films are also being used 
by the Service to combat misunderstanding in 
the area of naturalization. Representative is 
the one entitled "Are You a Citizen." This film 
realistically depicts the nature of the examina- 
tion and tests given the applicant, with empha- 
sis on the educational and literacy requirements. 
These films are available for loan to the many 
recognized organizations interested in further- 
ing the cause of citizen.ship and encouraging 
aliens to apply for naturalization. 

Cordial cooperation with the courts permitted 
the Service to arrange for final naturalization 
proceedings to be conducted on "Citizenship 
Day" and during "Constitution Week" pro- 
claimed each year by the President of the 
United States. Impressive ceremonies were ar- 
ranged for these occasions with the cooperation 
of the courts and patriotic organizations. 

b. Citizenship Education 

Among its requirements for naturalization, 
the statute includes the ability to speak, under- 
stand, read, and write the English language as 
well as a general knowledge of our country's 
history, government, and Constitution. The 
special citizenship education i)rograms, which 
are designed to assist the naturalization appli- 
cant in preparing to meet these prerequisites, 
were again fully implemented during the 1961 



fiscal year. Names and addresses of newly ar- 
rived aliens were furnished to local schools so 
that invitations to attend citizenship classes 
might be extended to immigrants. In addition 
50,890 names and addresses of candidates for 
naturalization were made available to public 
schools. Among the aliens admitted to citizen- 
ship this year, 41,259 attended public school 
courses and 2,692 were enrolled in home study 
courses. A total of 191,931 copies of the various 
parts of the "Federal Textbook on Citizenship" 
were distributed to candidates for citizenship 
either through the public schools or the Govern- 
ment Printing Office. 

Naturalization examiners and other repre- 
sentatives of the Service continued their full 
cooperation with the public schools and other 
organizations in the establishment and main- 
tenance of citizenship classes and in encourag- 
ing school attendance. In addition, at United 
States military installations, both at home and 
abroad, special eflforts were made by the Service 
to satisfy the citizenship education needs of 
foreign-born dependents of our servicemen 
through the establishment of suitable educa- 
tional facilities. 

c. Naturalization Courts 

Good liaison and close cooperation continued 
to characterize the relationship between the 
Service and the naturalization courts during 
the 1961 fiscal year. Almost all judges acceded 
to Service requests for special final hearings in 
cases involving public interest. The constant 
movement of military personnel and their alien 
dependents overseas, as well as the foreign 
assignment of resident aliens engaged in im- 
portant government projects, frequently re- 
quires special hearings in connection with an 
accelerated naturalization. 

The court consolidation program, designed 
to benefit the Service and the naturalization ap- 
plicant alike, was successfully continued and 
the number of courts has been further reduced 
from 684 to 662. This program which concen- 
trates the naturalization work in the larger 
courts permits more frequent final hearings and 
earlier disposition of cases, as well as more im- 
pressive court ceremonies. 

d. Persons Naturalized 

Operational currency in naturalization case 
work continued during fiscal year 1961, peti- 
tions for naturalization being filed promptly 
and presented to the courts at the next sched- 
uled hearing. 



12 




The iiliilij, nf allcgiatice of )irir citi^ciif: — o iiafiii'ali' 

zatuii ciri-'iiiDiiy in old Siiiiroiic Couit chambers on Law 

Daij, May 1, 1961. 



The number of aliens naturalized during this 
fiscal year increased by 11 percent compared 
to the previous year. A total of 132,450 persons 
were admitted to United States citizenship, the 
highest number since 1957. There were 104,341 
of the petitions granted under the general pro- 
visions of the law. Special provisions were ap- 
plicable to 18,674 spouses of citizens, 7,416 
children of citizens, and 2,019 others. The last 
group comprised 1,719 persons who were 
granted naturalization on the basis of their 
military service. 

As in the previous fiscal year, 70 percent of 
the new citizens formerly owed allegiance to the 
following ten countries: Germanv (18,738), 
Italy (18,365), United Kingdom (10,544), 
Canada (10,033), Poland (8,605), Mexico 
(8,405), Greece (6,140), U.S.S.R. (3,850), 
Japan (3,790), and Ireland (3,754). 

More than one-half of the children natural- 
ized during the fiscal year came from only four 
countries : Germany, Greece, Italy, and Korea, 
reflecting the orphan adoptions by United 
States citizens in those countries. Almost two- 
thirds of the spouses of citizens naturalized 
were formerly nationals of the following five 
countries: Germany, Japan, United Kingdom, 
Italy, and Canada. This includes those countries 
where many United States citizens have been 
stationed on military or civilian assignment. 

e. Petitions Denied 

The petitions for naturalization of 3,175 per- 
sons were denied during the year, an increase 
of 39 percent over last year's figures. The peti- 



tioner's withdrawal of his petition was the 
reason for denial in 1,441 cases. In most of 
these cases, withdrawal is suggested by the 
naturalization examiner when it is found that 
the petitioner is not yet able to meet the statu- 
tory requirements for naturalization. Petitions 
of 898 persons were denied because of lack of 
prosecution on the part of the petitioner. 

Noteworthy is the increase in the number of 
denials based upon the lack of knowledge of the 
English language or an understanding of the 
history and government of the United States. 
There were 144 petitions denied for lack of 
knowledge of the English language compared 
to the 90 petitions denied last year; 434 peti- 
tions were denied because of lack of knowledge 
and understanding of the fundamentals of 
history and the principals and form of govern- 
ment of the United States. This category shows 
a large increase compared to last year's figure 
of 43 such denials. This is attributed to the 
increase in the number of persons of advanced 
age who responded to the Invitation-to-File 
Program for whom no exemption from the re- 
quirements is provided by law. 

f. Derivative Citizens 

A total of 30,942 certificates of derivative 
citizenship was issued during the 1961 fiscal 
year, 15 percent more than in the previous 
year. Of these, 13,281 were issued to persons 
born abroad who acquired citizenship at birth 
through their citizen parents. The other 17,661 
persons were aliens at birth and derived United 
States citizenship through the naturalization of 
their parents or through marriage to United 
States citizens. 




.4/ (I certificate of citizenship cermony at Fort Jay, 

Governor's Island, N.Y., 17 children, born of parents 

serving overseas, pledged allegiance to the flag after 

receiving certificates of citizenship. 



13 



g. Loss of Citizenship 

A total of 3,669 persons were expatriated in 
1961 ; 1,290 of these lost their citizenship by 
voting in a foreign election, 1,151 by residing 
in a foreign state, and 619 through naturaliza- 
tion in a foreign state. There were 288 persons 
who either renounced their citizenship or took 
an oath of allegiance to a foreign state, 271 
who either served in the armed forces or in a 
civilian capacity under a foreign state, and 50 
persons who expatriated themselves on other 
grounds. 

The number of certificates of naturalization 
revoked during fiscal year 1961 was 44. This is 
only about one-third of the number of ceritfi- 
cates revoked during the previous fiscal year 
and that figure itself was the lowest since 1947. 
Again most of the certificates were revoked be- 
cause naturalized citizens established residences 
abroad within five years after naturalization. 

During the year 499 persons regained their 
United States citizenship. Most of these were 
women who lost their citizenship by marrying 
aliens prior to September 22, 1922. 



VI. EMPLOYEE DEVELOPMENT 
AND TRAINING 

Ever increasing demands for wider and more 
detailed general knowledge and improved tech- 
nical proficiency were carefully considered in 
the recruitment of patrol officer-trainees. Three 
13-week training courses were held at the Bor- 
der Patrol Academy with 235 new appointees 
completing their initial training. These newly 
appointed trainees receive additional intensive 
on-the-job training under the supervision of 
designated training officers. In the Officers 
Training School 39 officers completed the of- 
ficers training course in two six-week sessions. 

The shifting of emphasis from the general 
type of officer training to more specific func- 
tional area courses was a significant accomp- 
lishment in the Service's training program. In 
two-week training sessions, 47 investigators, 
110 administrative officers, 14 naturalization ex- 
aminers, and 82 stenographers and secretaries 
participated in courses adapted to specific work 
areas. A total of 50 immigrant inspectors at- 
tended four-week courses. 

In addition to formal training courses were 
many two-day conferences, bi-weekly discussion 
groups, extension course studies, and many 
other less formal training sessions. 

Officers of the Service participated in a num- 



ber of courses offered by other Government 
agencies. There were five persons trained at 
non-Government facilities in the fields of man- 
agement, supervision, and foreign languages. 

Plans ai-e being made to re-settle all Service 
training courses that heretofore were held at 
the Border Patrol Academy, El Paso, Texas, 
and the Officers Training School, Old Post Of- 
fice Building, Wa.shington, D. C., at facilities 
recently acquired by the Service at Port Isabel, 
Texas. 

VII. ADMINISTRATION 

The Administrative Division supports the 
operations programs. It keeps the records ; com- 
piles and analyzes statistical data and work 
measurement reports; staffs the positions; is 
responsible for the building and equipment 
programs ; has supervisory responsibility for 
employee development and training and for 
management improvement ; and furnishes finan- 
cial support. 

(1) The Finance Branch effected the realign- 
ment and conversion of object classifications 
and prepared instructions for the monthly re- 
porting of financial transactions to the Treasury 
Department. In addition to other normal ac- 
counting activities, the Branch arranged for the 
reactivating of the Vienna, Austria, office, fol- 
lowing the passage of the Refugee-Escapee Act. 

(2) The Records Administration and Infor- 
mation Branch completed integration of the 
immigrant index into a ma.ster index. The mas- 
ter index was augmented by index cards for 
deportable aliens located who are required to 
depart. All applications for first preference 
visas and applicants for parole as refugee- 
escapees, are now searched against the index, in 
addition to the general index searches. 

(3) New position de.scriptions for investiga- 
tors and naturalization examiners resulted in 
upgrading of 285 positions. From the 4,970 ap- 
plications rated 256 selections were made by the 
Board of Civil Service Examiners. 

(4) Under the Service Suggestion System 
880 contributions were received of which 362 
were approved. Ca.sh awards totaling $51,533 
were granted Service employees. 

(5) An Engineering Branch, established dur- 
ing the year, brought the relating problems of 
design, construction, space control, and elec- 
tronics communications under centralized con- 
trol. Contracts were awarded for five new 
Border Patrol stations, three border stations 
with two residences each, and three other resi- 
dences. Nine Border Patrol stations, and one 



14 



border station were completed. In addition, 
four new border stations were completed by the 
General Services Administration. 

(6) Management Improvement Projects in- 
cluded manpower utilization studies in the 
Northwest Region ; mechanization of fee collec- 
tion procedures in four larger offices ; the instal- 
lation of a lighting system near Tiajuana. In 
addition, reports and forms were controlled in 
order to prevent unnecessary requests, and to 
improve the format of those reports requested. 



(7) The Statistics Branch continued to com- 
pile the work measurement report and through 
it to furnish guidance to Operations Divisions, 
the Personnel Office, Field Inspections, and 
Budget Officers concerning the volume of work 
and man-hours required. Other studies in- 
cluded : an analysis of alien orphan legislation 
and admissions ; adjustment of status of stu- 
dents and exchange aliens ; analysis of proposed 
legislation and its effect on the volume of work 
of the Service. 




.immmiiv. 

New bcrder station at Eagle Pass, Tex. 




New border station at Ogdensburg, N.Y 



15 



TABLE 1. imiGRATION TO THE UNITED 
1820 - 1961 



STATES : 



^rom 1820 to 1867 figures represent alien passengers arrived; 1868 through 1891 and 
1895 through 1897 immigrant aliens arrived; 1892 through 1894 and from 1898 to the 
present time immigrant aliens admitted^ 





Number 




Number 




Number 




Number 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 


Year 


of 




persons 




persons 




persons 




persons 


1820-1961^/ 


42.112,305 


1855.. 
1856.. 


200,877 
200,436 


1892.. 
1893.. 


579,663 
439,730 


1931-1940 
1931.. 


528,431 






97,139 


1820.. 


8,385 


1857.. 


251,306 


1894.. 


285,631 


1932.. 


35,576 






1858.. 


123,126 


1895.. 


258,536 


1933.. 


23,068 


1821-1830 


143,439 


1859.. 


121,282 


1896.. 


343,267 


1934.. 


29,470 


1821.. 


9,127 


I860., 


153,640 


1897.. 


230,832 


1935.. 


34,956 


1822.. 


6,911 






1898.. 


229,299 


1936.. 


36,329 


1823.. 


6,354 


1861-1870 


2,314,824 


1899.. 


311,715 


1937.. 


50,244 


1824.. 


7,912 


1861.. 


91,918 


1900.. 


448,572 


1938.. 


67,895 


1825.. 


10, 199 


1862.. 


91,985 






1939.. 


82,998 


1826.. 


10,837 


1863.. 


176,282 


1901-1910 


8,795,386 


1940.. 


70,756 


1827.. 


18,875 


1864.. 


193,418 


1901.. 


487,913 






1828.. 


27,382 


1865.. 


248.120 


1902.. 


648,743 


1941-1950 


1,035,039 


1829.. 


22,520 


1866.. 


318,568 


1903.. 


857,046 


1941.. 


51,776 


1830.. 


23,322 


1867.. 


315,722 


1904.. 


812,870 


1942.. 


28,781 






1868.. 


138,840 


1905.. 


1,026,499 


1943.. 


23,725 


1831-1840 


599,125 


1869.. 


352,768 


1906.. 


1,100,735 


1944.. 


28,551 


1831.. 


22,633 


1870.. 


387,203 


1907.. 


1,285,349 


1945.. 


38,119 


1832.. 


60.482 






1908,. 


782,870 


1946.. 


108,721 


1833.. 


53 640 


1871-188C 


2,812,191 


1909.. 


751,786 


1947.. 


147,292 


1834.. 


65,365 


1871.. 


321,350 


1910.. 


1,041,570 


1948.. 


170,570 


1835.. 


45,374 


1872.. 


404,806 






1949.. 


188,317 


1836.. 


76,242 


1873.. 


459,803 


1911-1920 


5.735,811 


1950.. 


249,187 


1837.. 


79,340 


1874.. 


313,339 


1911.. 


878,587 






1838.. 


38,914 


1875.. 


227,498 


1912.. 


838,172 


1951-1960 


2,515,479 


1839.. 


68,069 


1876.. 


169,986 


1913.. 


1,197,892 


1951.. 


205,717 


1840.. 


84,066 


1877.. 


141,857 


1914.. 


1,218,480 


1952.. 


265,520 






1878.. 


138,469 


1915.. 


326,700 


1953.. 


170,434 


1841-1850 


1.713,251 


1879.. 


177,826 


1916.. 


298,826 


1954.. 


208,177 


1841.. 


80,289 


1880. 


457,257 


1917.. 


295,403 


1955.. 


237,790 


1842.. 


104,565 






1918.. 


110,618 


1956.. 


321,625 


1843.. 


52,496 


1881-1890 5.246,613 


1919,. 


141,132 


1957.. 


326,867 


1844.. 


78,615 


1881.. 


669,431 


1920.. 


430,001 


1958.. 


253,265 


1845.. 


114,371 


1882. 


788,992 






1959.. 


260,686 


1846.. 


154,416 


1883. 


603,322 


1921-1930 


4,107,209 


I960.. 


265,398 


1847.. 


234,968 


1884. 


518,592 


1921.. 


805,228 






1848.. 


226,527 


1885. 


395,346 


1922.. 


309,556 


1%!.. 


271,344 


1849.. 


297.024 


1886. 


334,203 


1923.. 


522,919 






1850,. 


369,980 


1887. 


490,109 


1924.. 


706,896 










1888. 


546,889 


1925.. 


294,314 






1851-1860 


2.598,214 


1889. 


444,427 


1926.. 


304,488 






1851.. 


379.466 


1890. 


455,302 


1927.. 


335,175 






1852.. 


371,603 






1928.. 


307,255 






1853,. 


368.645 


1891-190( 


) 3,687.564 


1929.. 


279,678 






1854.. 


427,833 


1891. 


560,319 


1930.. 


241,700 




1 -x n A r^ 



1/ Data are for fiscal years ended June 30. except 1820 through 1831 and 1844 through 1849 
fiscal years ended Sept. 30; 1833 through 1842 and 1851 through 1867 years ended Dec. 
31; 1832 covers months ended Dec. 31; 1843 nine months ended Sept. 30; 1850 fifteen 
months ended Dec. 31; and 1868 six months ended June 30. 



16 



TABLE 2. ALIENS AND CITIZENS ADMITTED AND DEPARTED, 

BY MONTHS: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, I960 AND I96I 

/Data exclude border croaaers, crewmen, and Mexican agricultural laborers/ 



Period 



ALIENS ADMITTED 



Imml- 
grant 



Nonim- 
migrant 



Total 



ALIENS A 

DEPARTED^ 



U. S. CITIZENS 2/ 



Arrived 



Departed 



Fiscal year I96I 



July-Dec 

July 

August . . 
September 
October . 
November 
December 



i960 



Jan. -June I96I 

January 

February . . . . 

March 

April 

M^y . 

June ........ 



Fiscal year I960 



July-Dec 

July 

August . . 
September 
October . 
November 
December 



1959 



Jan. -June I96O 

January 

February 

^ferch 

April 

May 

June 



271. 3U 



1.220.315 



1,491,659 



1.093.937 



2.0^3.416 



1.969.119 



UP. 217 



25,801 
22,^77 
21,961 
25,271 
23,185 
21,522 

131,127 



68/1.563 



82A.780 



20,544 
18,877 
22,A03 
22,335 
23,139 
23,829 

265, 3 9 8 



123,838 
133,198 
U2,104 
110,029 
82,7a 
92,653 

535.752 



149,639 
155,675 
16^,065 
135,300 
105,926 
114,175 

666.879 



591.976 



1.138.^26 



966,556 



110, /i32 

100,138 

106,420 

97,851 

79,704 

97,431 

501.961 



221,809 
283,826 
218,972 
163,181 
131,867 
118,771 

904.990 



257,152 
192,731 
146,998 
135,670 
107,452 
126,553 

1.002.563 



77,884 
62,194 
88,990 
95,959 
106,348 
104,377 

1.140.736 



98,428 
81,071 
111,393 
118,294 
129,487 
128,206 

1.406.134 



67,275 
61,271 
85,186 
83,315 
94,191 
110,723 

1- 00^^.377 



133,659 
120,459 
160,263 
153,686 
149,845 
187,078 

1.920.582 



125,533 
128,924 
157,312 
169,719 
163,407 
257,668 

1,934,95 3 



133.377 



619.742 



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 



110,216 

123,991 

130,648 

93,265 

75,641 

85,981 

520.994 



753,119 



526,5 32 



1.034.225 



133,554 
145,622 
153,496 
117,715 
96,268 
106,464 

653.015 



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

477,845 



72,292 

65,049 

77,836 

101,645 

102,109 

102,063 



92,941 

84,237 

99,742 

124,256 

125,272 

126,567 



62,069 
62,025 
72,674 
78,919 
90,893 
111,265 



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 



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 



2/ Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders. 
2/ Citizens arrived and departed by sea and air only. 



17 



TABLE 3. ALIENS AND CITIZEFJS ADMITTED AT UNITED STATES PORTS OF ENTRYt 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1960 - 1961 



Class 




Citizens 



Year ended June 30, 1961 



Total number 

Border crossers 

Canadian 

Mexican 

Crewmen 

Others admitted 

Total number 

Border crossers 

Canadian 

Mexican 

Crewmen 

Others admitted 



168.001.645 


96,346,718 


71.654.927 


160.294.175 


92.259.659 


68.034.516 


56,624,149 

103,670,026 

2,560,884 

5,146,586 


30,626,879 

61,632,780 

1,746,339 

2,340,720 


25,997,270 

42,037,246 

814,545 

2,805,866 



Year ended June 30, 1960 



161,519,074 


92.955.503 


68.563.571 


154.034.400 


88.991.881 


65.042.519 


55,494,307 


29,755,395 


25,738,912 


98,540,093 


59,236,486 


39,303,607 


2,530,961 


1,707,992 


822,969 


4,953,713 


2,255,630 


2,698,083 



18 



TABLE 4. ALICNj ADMITTED, BY CLASSES IJNDtn THE IMMIGRATION LAWSi 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 - 1961 

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



ALIENS ADMITTED 

IMMIGRANTS i/ 

Quota Immigrants < 

First preference quota t 

Selected Immigrants of special skill or ability 

Their spouses and children ..••.. 

Second preference quota i 

Parents of U. S. citizens 

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

Third preference quota i 

Spouses of resident aliens 

Unmarried sons or daughters of resident aliens 3/ 

Fourth preference quota: 

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. 3. 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 Trrani grants • 

Wives of U. S. citizens 

Husbands of U. S. citizens ..•.. • • 

Children of U. S. citizens ...••«.. •....•.....••.....• 

Natives of Western Hemisphere countries 

Their spouses .........•.••.••• • 

Their chi Idren • 

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 Septemiier 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, Itimigration and Nationality Act 5/. 
Other nonquota immigrants .....■••••■• 

NONIMMIGRANTS \J 

Foreign government officials 

Temporary visitors for business 

Temporary visitors for pleasure 

Transit aliens • , 

Treaty traders and investors 

Student s 

Repre^.entatives to international organizations 

Temporary workers and industrial trainees 

Representatives of foreign information media 

Exrhange visitors 

Returning resident aliens Jl/ 6/ 

NATO officials 

Other nonimmigrants 



1.085.725 



1-101 -029 



].285,631 



1 ■-'06. 134 



1 •■'91 -659 



326.867 



97.178 



2,992 
2,739 



2,848 
3,783 



1,715 
1,443 



77,887 
94 



229. i?9 



21,794 

5,767 

4,798 

111,344 

1,584 

560 

58 

403 

8 

82,444 



701 

228 

758.858 



28,498 

84,246 

453,514 

107,399 

1.740 

30,760 

6,406 

16,856 

960 

17,849 

10,617 

13 



253.265 



260.686 



265.398 



102.153 



97.657 



Wt .373 



96.104 



3,941 
3,179 



2,608 



2,719 
2,668 



2,903 
2,029 



82,030 
76 



151.112 



23,517 

5,833 

5,970 

86,523 

1,529 

523 

43 

435 

23 

1,012 

24,467 



926 

311 

847.764 



29,265 

81,405 

514,599 

99,190 

2,500 

34,848 

6,781 

24,402 

1,027 

20,349 

32,747 

636 

13 



3,518 
3,109 



3,409 
4,134 



2,162 
1,275 



76,638 
6 



163.029 



22,620 

6,913 

6,869 

66,386 

1,235 

575 

22 

558 

24 

198 

24,034 

25,424 

1,187 



1,228 

4,321 

635 

1.024.945 



30,701 

91,434 

597,982 

116,814 

3,036 
35,583 

7,607 
29,339 

1,198 
24,293 
85,915 

1,043 



3,385 
3,681 

3,451 
376 

2,767 
3,225 

1,956 
425 

1,044 

55 

80,987 



164.025 



3,460 
3,758 

3,381 
931 

2,132 
3,265 

2,346 
244 

2,572 

62 

73,923 



175.240 



21,621 

6,140 

6,454 

89,566 

1,454 

681 

36 

485 

27 

43 ' 

6,6121/2/ 

5,067 . 

8,B70g/ 

10,3142 

1,458 

4.773 

424 



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 



20,012 

6,059 

6,480 

110,140 

1,901 

795 

15 

406 

10 

3,982-^ 

122 
5,472 
13,255 

1,411 

5,037 

134 



1.220.315 



30,704 

116,165 

742,307 

106,888 

4,549 

35,072 

9.383 

44,263 

1,949 

24,346 

103,931 

755 

3 



_!/ 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 noninnigrants, although the inuiigration 

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 jeptember 22, 1959, classified as nonpreference quota. 
5/ Not reported prior to 1959, 

6/ Figures are not comparable due to changes in documentary requirements, 

7/ Includes 1 foreign government official in 1960 and 4 in 1961, whose status was adjusted under Sec. 13, Act of September 11, 1957, 
8/ Revised figures. 



19 



TABLE 5. IMMiaRANTS ADMITTED, BY PORTi 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 - 1961 



Port 



1957 



1958 



1959 



I960 



All ports ••••••••••••• • 

Atlantic ....................................... 

Boston, Mass ••••••• • 

Charlotte Amalle, 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 •.•...•.••....•...... 

Oulf of Mexico , 

Houaton, Tex 

New Orleans, lA. .•....•••••.«•. 

San Antonio, Tex 

Tampa, Fla. ...a...................... 

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 

Jackman, Me. ................................. 

Niagara Falls, N. Y 

Norton, Vt 

Noyes, Minn , .....••... 

Port Huron, Mich 

Rooseveltown, N. Y. .•..•......••....•.....••« 

Rouses Point, N. Y. 

St. Albans, Vt 

Sault Ste. Marie, Mich 

Sweetgrass, Mont. ............................ 

Thousand Island Bridge, N. Y. .,,, 

Trout River, N. Y 

Vanceboro, Me 

Other Canadian Border • 

^4exican 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 



326.867 



ZQ i Ml 



3.H7 



359 

1,473 

1,021 

493 

196 

20.045 



185 
8,771 
3,895 

34 
2,984 
4,083 

93 

418 



378 
40 

48.076 



4,679 

4,626 

1,566 

1,496 

1,953 

299 

576 

11,881 

564 

565 

352 

3,116 

488 

2,781 

2,335 

206 

1,832 

877 

232 

833 

3U 

233 

1,183 

5,059 

49.549 



4,642 
2,405 
1,850 

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

11,786 
2,777 

71 



253.265 



260,686 



265.398 



152.230 



3,722 


4,211 


107 


137 


1,409 


1,225 


16,462 


17,151 


7,802 


3,765 


69,550 


120,751 


2,322 


740 


2,110 


2,198 


88 


341 


1,589 


1,711 



169.217 



3.224 



397 
1,562 
619 
504 
142 

20.929 



4,812 

115 

819 

12,869 

22,406 

122,336 

1,222 

1,513 

460 

2,665 

2.910 



155.430 



481 
1,269 
615 
360 
185 

28.236 



170 
8,121 
4,633 

207 

3,622 

4,116 

60 

222. 



266 
11 

48.344 



228 
9,822 
7,509 

323 
5,660 
4,518 

171 

274 



4,694 

4,769 

1,502 

1,692 

2,826 

467 

577 

12,189 

553 

576 

347 

3,367 

359 

2,023 

2,179 

265 

2,066 

825 

218 

775 

Ul 

294 

735 

4,605 

23.124 



238 
36 

38.103 



2,867 
1,956 

509 
5,891 

997 
3,092 
3,a9 
8,833 

555 

137 



3,645 

3,594 

1,142 

1,627 

3,822 

551 

314 

7,951 

470 

475 

290 

2,854 

270 

1,203 

1,572 

236 

1,560 

706 

263 

585 

365 

246 

575 

3,787 

21,. 75 9 



506 
1,752 

575 
4,331 

353 
2,656 
2,680 
7,190 

661 

187 



7,833 
226 

1,026 
16,119 

8,483 

116,683 

666 

1,529 
665 

2,195 

2.929 



599 
1,134 
621 
395 
130 

25.489 



308 
9,234 
8,582 

402 
4,293 
2,328 

342 

1 .1 j8 



1,094 

a 

49.047 



4,753 

4,332 

1,610 

2,026 

4,848 

696 

525 

11,424 

611 

652 

353 

2,355 

414 

1,323 

2,263 

455 

1,628 

971 

357 

643 

488 

327 

613 

4,875 

31,190 



1,470 
2,679 
1,111 
6,245 
1,517 
4,015 
3,366 
9,604 
1,133 

175 



20 



UMIGBANTS ADHIIIED, BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAIIS AND 
COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH I YEAH ENDED JUNE 30. 1961 



CountrY or region 
of birth 



Nunber 

ad. 
mltted 



96, IDA 



= 8 



Admlsslone or 
adjustments under 



o- a. 



.11 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Demarlc 

Finland 

France 

Getmany 

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 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines ... 
Ryukyu Islands 
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 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 
New Zealand . . 
Other Oceania 

Other countries 



175.2ao 



110.140 



13.255 



127.749 



68.316 



1,735 
1,123 
1,978 
1,326 

689 
3,957 
29,048 
3,392 
1,466 
6,541 
20,652 

305 

548 
4,608 
2,353 
9,281 
3,960 

813 
1,612 
1,699 
1,673 

770 

22,717 

2,362 

1,989 

962 

21.336 



3,213 

625 

421 
3,604 

471 

256 
1,316 
4,313 

656 
1,534 

496 
2,738 

371 
1,118 

103,366 



32,036 
41,632 
14,287 
7,971 
6,617 
643 

15,470 



3,591 
1,443 
3,559 
1,826 
2,066 
895 
2,070 

2.171 



276 
129 
346 
643 
777 



625 
240 
339 

24 



1,329 

1,048 

1,611 

1,050 

552 

2,544 

23,174 

434 

956 

6,461 

5,617 

244 

380 

2,767 

2,196 

7,203 

427 

516 

273 

1,632 

1,504 

326 

22,146 

1,930 

1,103 

693 

3,624 



39.433 



11.705 



344 
99 
208 
172 
169 
103 
1,063 
135 
229 
109 
125 
72 
28 
748 

1,630 



3 

1 

1,512 

100 
205 



2 
140 



134 
99 
255 
204 
659 



393 
159 
279 



406 

75 

367 

276 

137 

1,413 

5,674 

2,958 

510 

80 

14,835 

61 

168 

1,841 

157 

2,076 

3,633 

297 

1,639 

67 

169 

444 

571 

422 

686 

269 

17.714 



2,869 
526 
213 

3,632 
282 
153 
255 

4,178 
429 

1,425 
373 

2,666 
343 
370 

101.568 



32,029 
41,629 
14,286 
6,459 
6,717 
436 

15.325 



3,590 
1,442 
3,559 
1,625 
2,086 
893 
1,930 

620 



142 
30 
91 

439 

lie 



232 
81 
60 

17 



180 
33 

264 

192 
72 

977 
4,026 

940 
81 
II 
2,024 
19 
32 

239 
72 

649 

376 
76 

681 
13 
84 

159 
84 
71 

264 
92 



3.837 



3.926 



1,340 

102 

42 

36 

67 

15 

78 

3,176 

67 

405 

67 

1,343 

253 

167 



35 
17 
5 
486 
37 
11 



100 
14 
34 



134 
63 
39 



46 

79 

755 

35 



16 
48 
31 

238 

277 
46 

165 

3 

21 

112 
13 
22 
92 
21 



132 
16 

105 
3 

152 
63 
76 

127 

104 
63 



5 
606 
21 



49 

7 

25 

17 

6 

211 

1,135 

203 

10 

748 

1 

21 

20 

16 

662 

663 

27 

68 

1 

6 

10 

13 

7 

66 

26 

2.026 



1.839 



374 

189 

6 



1 
17 

404 
47 
60 
16 

790 
61 
60 



2 

433 



96.112 



31,212 
39,001 
14,076 
4,056 
6,463 
304 

15,028 



3,549 
1,418 
3,496 
1,818 
2,065 
856 
1,826 



16 
9 
21 
21 

6 
70 

151 
26 
32 
13 

348 
4 
11 
48 
12 

123 

275 
23 

252 
9 
23 
10 

244 
42 
32 
18 



1.947 



11.951 



10 
5 

23 
384 
151 



2 

4 

16 

55 

286 

237 

170 

649 
9 
19 

1 
125 
25 
51 

53 

11 

33 

1 

IB 



1,798 



21 
15 
679 
13 
1 
9,099 
16 
7 



42 

,408 

52 

174 



66 
17 



262 

153 
10 
9 
19 
II 
21 

272 
38 

884 
42 
57 
16 
12 



3,660 



91 

11 

40 

15 

25 

25 

174 

110 

42 

53 

231 

7 

60 

75 

25 

314 

65 

14 

55 

39 

23 

48 

196 

236 



126 
49 
27 
10 
41 
56 
21 
69 

128 

2 

85 

91 



802 
615 
9 
12 
1 
2 

3 
73 

5 

9 
30 
15 

1 
27 



3.646 



742 
2,601 

173 
80 
35 
16 

87 



24 
15 
12 
2 
9 
13 
12 



100 
13 



2 
1 
2 
U 



T/ Includes Formosa. 
2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

3/ Includes 30 foreign goverment officials adjusted under 
Sec. 13, Act of September 11, 1957. 



21 



TABLE 6A. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY CUSSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS AND COUNTRY OH 
REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Country or 

region of 

last 

permanent 
residence 



Number 

8d- 
roltted 



V) 






i& 



Adalsslons or 
adiustmentg under 



•-• a. 

U 4> 



>.-i 



-1 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakie 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlanda 

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 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines ... 
Ryukyu Islands 
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 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia •••• 
New Zealand . . 
Other Oceania 

Other countries 



2/ 



20. 012 



6.059 



6. 48' 



110. MO 



2.696 



122 



6.616 



S3± 



,111 
,131 

212 

902 

474 
,403 
,S15 
,124 

397 

,974 

,956 

84 

125 
,362 
,204 
,254 
,632 

176 
,737 
,670 
,697 

706 
,483 

336 
,186 

538 



< >9 . f>\f 



16.968 



822 

1,019 

120 

696 

378 

2,673 

19,536 

458 

188 

4,916 

5,635 

62 

46 

2,224 

2,090 

4,732 

411 

86 

231 

1,616 

1,505 

367 

18,667 

161 

600 

358 

5.345 



39.275 



900 

2,039 

292 

274 

468 

179 

3,774 

4,490 

554 

1,442 

580 

2,628 

465 

863 

120.485 



83 
136 
140 

26 
237 

66 
3,340 
172 
200 
101 
179 

80 

31 
554 

15,546 



292 

112 

92 

204 

96 

1,730 

6,279 

2,666 

209 

56 

13,321 

22 

79 

5,138 

114 

1,522 

3,421 

90 

1,506 

54 

192 

339 

796 

175 

588 

180 

13.623 



11.366 



817 
1,903 
152 
246 
251 
113 

434 

4,318 
354 

1,341 
401 

2,546 
434 
309 

104.939 



94 

18 

44 
141 

50 

1,089 

4,482 

865 

17 

5 

1,974 

7 

11 
171 

54 
507 
364 

17 
627 

17 

93 
167 
280 

14 
186 

70 

7.057 



3.194 



303 

955 

24 

U 

47 

6 

158 

3,285 

60 

355 

76 

1,299 

340 

136 

1.035 



16 
7 
3 

27 

4 

58 

86 

645 

6 

2 

[,486 



39 

25 

170 

246 

10 

130 

2 

18 

97 

54 

4 

40 

9 

1.2 0? 



3,913 



35 

6 

19 

13 

6 

240 

1,154 

200 

7 

732 

17 

21 

12 

565 

650 

20 

90 

1 

6 

12 

21 

10 

53 

23 

2.004 



738 



i4^ 



^■ Pl? 



3 
105 



305 
1 

6 



1 

1 

117 



247 

2 

91 

1 

5 

55 
2 
1 



92 

40 

2 

4 

16 

207 

300 

227 

33 

741 

9 
17 
13 

3 
69 
24 

9 
53 

6 
33 
22 
22 
15 
19 
36 



IIL 



5.239 



10.691 



1.247 



4,780 
1 



74 
2 

135 
50 

143 

135 
65 
46 
85 

295 



108 

447 

5 

1 

3 

23 
412 
49 
58 
19 
777 
63 
39 



47,470 
41,476 
11,239 
9,281 
7,272 
3,747 

l?.l?95 



13,310 

90 

166 

1,513 

172 

293 

2.754 



4,510 
2,619 
3,674 
1,619 
2,159 
2,110 
2,204 



609 

1,062 

73 

20 

36 

607 

325 

1.318 



34,160 

41,386 

11,071 

7,768 

7,100 

3,454 

16. 3 4 1 



3,901 
1,537 
3,601 
1,799 
2,121 
1,503 
1,879 

698 



374 
39 
19 

409 
53 

141 

128 



405 
39 
28 

592 
32 

229 

146 



94.431 



310 
119 
404 
444 
739 

1-681 



1,239 
317 

325 



171 
92 
322 
163 
570 



999 
246 
277 



139 

27 

82 

281 

169 

_25a 



240 
71 
46 



103 
10 
28 
39 
63 

_iS2 



21 

21 

5 

3 

3 

61 

32 



414 
11 
18 

_2« 



31,141 

39,072 

10,691 

5,586 

6,772 

1,159 

14.884 



1.509 



103 

282 

14 

1 

19 

3 

3 

307 

27 

861 

71 

55 

18 

19 



55 

19 

552 

5 

1 

8,054 

1 

1 

13 

1 

38 

1,287 

22 

152 

2 

8 

11 

75 

2 

255 

15 

733 



3,442 
1,274 
3,505 
1,782 
2,086 
1,091 
1,704 

27 



743 
33 
138 
379 
191 
25 

_i31 



183 
103 
67 
6 
12 
71 
48 



as. 



104 

53 
25 

1 



15 
141 
25 
1 
40 
50 
56 
73 
121 

96 
89 



9 

259 

10 



.552. 



187 

69 

4 

1 

1 

238 

32 

143 



-& 



y Includes Fonnoss. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

2/ Includes 30 foreign officials adjusted under Section 13, Act of September U, 1957. 



22 



Country or region 
of birth 



ALIENS WHO ADJUSTED STATUS TO PERMANENT RESIDENTS IN THE UNITED STATES, 
DY CCUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Total 
adjust- 
ing 
status 



Quota immigrants 



Sec. yabf I&N 

nonimmigrant 

mmigrant 



Nonquota Immiprants 



Sec. 2A^t UN Ac 

nonimmiqrant to 

Immiorant 



^■E 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hunga ry 

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 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Kore a 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Ryukyu Islands 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Central America 

Other North America 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Columbia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

X/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine, 



i;.918 



4.590 



7.470 



S4 

143 

79 

82 

233 

703 

731 

319 

127 

1,060 

30 

36 

167 

111 

703 

195 

115 

294 

90 

77 

232 

867 

331 

337 

94 

3.176 



2.356 



994 

42 

152 

20 

233 

102 

149 

296 

131 

142 

142 

526 

13 

224 

3.709 



393 
2,113 
1 ,063 

135 

1.839 



317 
122 
435 
219 
179 
205 
312 



27 
5 

54 
145 
108 



125 
38 
31 



60 
40 
83 
32 
26 

103 

477 
59 
97 
91 

133 
15 
14 
87 
56 

232 
16 
51 
50 
55 
42 
53 

725 
69 

139 
40 



503 



_M2 



31 

2 

12 

20 

16 

39 

96 

15 

57 

1 

57 

10 

12 

49 

30 

150 

7 

25 

7 

2 

22 

23 

4 

41 

94 

21 



1.415 



6 

37 

57 

6 

6 

32 

34 2 



54 

8 

1 

713 

10 
2 
5 



_4i 



4.614 



2-621 



- 


135 


_ 


14 


- 


65 


_ 


47 




56 




135 


_ 


2r6 


2 


672 


I 


222 


_ 


36 


4 


927 


- 


15 


_ 


72 


_ 


RO 


- 


45 


3 


476 


- 


179 



106 
6 
41 
12 
66 
37 
69 
30 
48 
67 
29 
17 
9 

134 



35 
179 
142 

?6? 
19R 



2.505 



48 

5 

18 

37 

31 

119 

157 

55? 



153 
101 

45 

153 

7 

30 
123 

36 

20 
141 

30 



2 12 



Uill 



-IL. 



12L 



- 


85 


1 


3 


4 


39 


2 


3 


1 


24 


7 


9 


6 


63 


1? 


107 


4 


47 


1 


23 


64 


205 


1 


7 


3 


60 


- 


17 


2 


17 


14 


307 


17 


60 


5 


14 


41 


49 



101 

233 



839 

37 

111 



30 
266 
33 
75 
113 
509 



3.699 



1.538 



244 

31 

96 

7 

166 
62 
70 

190 
75 
63 
76 

484 



27 
1 



393 
2,U3 
1,063 

125 

1.822 



1.057 



603 

3 



2.593 



1,04 2 
15 



1.746 



390 
2,111 

16 
31 



22 



317 

122 
435 
219 
179 
205 
295 



310 
115 
478 
217 
167 
199 
250 



168 



19 
108 
25 



23 



TABLE 6C. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED TO THE iJNrr.;D jTATti UNDER Tllli ACT OF SEPTEMBER 11 
(P.L. 85-316), BY CLiU.; Of ADM1S:;I1«'' and roUNTRV ok region of BIRTH; 

;FTi;MBt:tt 11.. 19:>7 - June jo, i'j$i 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
number 



-3 tt> . « 2, 



S i-~ 






63 



S, 



sa'-2 



•Ijuated statue 



j3 -w 



«9 



U U) k, 

3 « I 

■H - 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Flnlaod 

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. (Kurope and Asia) 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe ............. 

Asia 

China 1/ 

Hong Kong .,. 

India 

Indoceaia .••••....• 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan • 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippinee 

Byukyu Islands 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada ■ 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America 

South America 

Argentina > 

Brazil 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Morocco 

TuDleia 

Union of South Africa .... 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Austral In 

New Zealand 

Othor Oceania 

Oth«r countries 

1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ iDCludes Arab Palestine. 



i2iM 



6 .12? 



^.6^} 



i2L 



;.6o8 



2.818 



3.881. 



1.56't 



I't.OBv 



875 



1^ 



''3.707 



1.96^ 



,09 

82 

193 

32 

90 

263 

877 

3,'t76 

5,693 

5 

21,77't 

165 

150 

l,08l 

i'l 

1,901 

2W 

823 

500 

7 

83 

919 

69 

".35 

3.W3 

726 



iTSoF 

813 
298 
616 
158 
97 
504 

1,806 
ii58 

3, ''54 
238 
62'. 
128 
233 

632 



13 

91 

369 

97'* 

3 

162 
3 

1 

3 

97 

6 



11 

12 

2 

1 

'.3 

9 

11.106 



1.573 



1.76? 



1.9S7 



T? 



11 

6 
928 
11 
2,8'.6 
46 
97 
81 
13 

17 



2 

12 

37 

32 

152 

3 

1,107 



28 

4 
1 

11 
26 

698 



19 



178 



3 

9 

47 

73 

66 

L,071 

5 
7 
19 

2 

62 

7 

45 

80 

11 

149 

5 

15 

35 
7 

523 



300 

265 

4 

2 

29 

6 

64 

5 

153 

17 

39 



118 



T5f 

12 

81 

4 
16 
15 
35 
50 
11 
16 
12 
86 



10 
2 
10 
10 
12 
21 
84 
60 
67 

1.331 

6 

4 
14 

5 
53 

7 
36 
52 

2 

8 

133 

16 

■; 
3 

6 

560 



3,021 



25 
2 

74 

7 

30 

66 

261 

257 

1 

815 

53 

40 

14 

6 

465 

66 

165 

103 

3 

247 

4 

157 

114 

46 



19.999 



1,028 



9.066 



32 
10 
i^ 

10 

36 
33 

69 

1.619 

41 

4 

17,017 

16 

6 

10 

16 
245 
113 

52 

72 

1 

7 

28 

11 

42 

302 

165 

647 



21 

1 

1 
127 



325 

3 

167 

2 



1 

4 

103 

1,060 

23 



1,009 



J31 
7 
51 



31 

30 

122 

4,836 

125 

49 
12 
12 

602 

27 

307 

10 

3 

8 

186 

15 

108 



.J21 



U7 



111 
6 



530 



152 

8 

72 

7 

31 
91 
52 
6 
21 
1 
78 

2C 



200 
2 
7 
2 

14 

5 

7 

290 

15 
4 

16 

5'. 

30 

1 



101 

11 
29 
10 
21 
7 

115 
50 

163 

9 

30 

60 



528 



3.571 

2,304 

451 



43 

3 

37 

19? 

62 

246 

58 

92 



.552 



232 



68 



757 

~?oS 

41 

72 

3 
4b 

1 
30 
61 

3 

?? 

7 
127 

27 

24 



39 
14 
18 
697 
29 
35 

58 



116 

1 



125 

5 

10 



75 



11 

14 

223 

20 

5 



1,756 



211 



48 



4 
101 



172 
8 
17 

27 



"3F 



l,4l8 



1,412 



386 



J^ 



~SK 



23 



56 



24 



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, 1961 
















I/) 


in 

■D 
C 








•o 


.-H 


-o ro 








(U 


ro 


<U — I -o 








.H U> 


c 


•H h (1) 








h (1) 


o 


h 01 o 






u\ 


(S h U) 


•T-i 


h x: ro 






e 


113 O E 


-l-> 


ro +J ^ 








G N -rH 


ro E 


e a; o. ro 


Country or region 


Number 


^1 o 


C < -M 
3 O 


c o 


:3 .rH 0) 


of birth 


admitted 




M O > 




ti o c 








O 


C XJ ro 


o mo 






c >■ 


C >- 


ro 01 •'^ 


C -H T) 








in oj +-> 


^-* O VI 


in 0) ro c 






i/i .,-( 


0) ^t tH 


i-i ro <u 


0) ^^ C i-i 






01 E 


m -D e 


0) -< c 


in -o o 








=3 '-t ro 


x: a o 


3 -1 -M e 










+J ui -D 


O ■'H 4J O 








O-x: ra 


0) .H c 


D- x: ro M 






< o 


C/) o o 


2: T3 t-< 


Ln o c '^ 


All countries 


15.529 


1,659 


2,305 


4,097 


7,468 


Indonesia 


8,082 
3,322 
3,962 


1,654 


2 

2,296 


3,489 
572 

7 


4,591 


Netherlancis 


2,750 


Portugal 


5 


Other countries 


163 


5 


7 


29 


122 







TABLE 6E, ORPHAN PETITIONS APPROVED UNDER THE ACT OF SEPTEMBER 9, 1959 (P.L. 

BY TYPE OF ADOPTION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH s 
SEPTEMBER 9. 1959 - JUNE 30. 1961 



3-253) 



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 l/ 

Hong Kong 

Japan 

Korea 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Africa 

Oceania 

Other countries ... 



4,283 



1,804 



49 
87 

343 
393 
596 
125 
42 
68 
101 

2,357 



208 
228 
415 
1,299 
80 
127 

85 

20 

7 

10 



1,291 



701 



26 
77 
316 
185 
26 
17 

22 
32 

564 



25 
11 
278 
140 
46 
64 

11 
8 
6 
1 



1^^ 



290 



18 

1 

8 

118 

39 

73 

10 
23 

1,210 



9 

13 

114 

1,043 

4 

27 

5 
2 



1,484 



813 



5 
9 
19 
90 
531 
35 
42 
36 
46 

583 



174 

204 

23 

116 

30 

36 

69 

10 

1 

8 



l/ Includes Formosa, 



25 



TABLE 7. ANNUAL QUOTAS AND QUOTA If.WIGRANTS ADMITTED! 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 - 1961 





Annual 
quota y 


Quota immigrants admitted 2/ 


Quota area 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


All quota areas 


156,487 


97,178 


102.153 


97,657 


101,373 


96.104 


Europe 


149,597 


94,001 


98,836 


94,325 


97,850 


92,795 




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 

3,090 


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 

1,0^/ 


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 

3 Of. 

:^fi98 


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 

2C>3 

2,878 

1,016 

437 

2.1Q5 


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 


1 , 330 




1,182 




82 




2,236 




1,066 




110 




554 




2,892 




24,273 




25,100 




321 




844 




105 


Ireland (Eire) 


6,273 




5,648 




234 




383 




62 




2,969 




2,208 


Poland » 


6,891 




425 




297 




204 




1,656 




1,510 




220 


U.S.S.R , 


2,536 
932 




252 


Asia •» 


2,014 




inn 
100 
105 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
185 
200 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
1,200 

3.200 


r.o 

60 

267 

139 

105 

121 

102 

102 

159 

207 

102 

111 

74 

84 

35 

21 

60 

128 

733 


103 

85 

304 

109 

97 

141 

115 

103 

154 

194 

99 

91 

108 

105 

37 

34 

57 

157 

796 


87 

111 

371 

111 

98 

125 

94 

104 

129 

214 

106 

113 

95 

91 

69 

35 

84 

158 

701 


86 

103 

454 

99 

104 

112 

103 

106 

142 

202 

94 

98 

89 

70 

110 

51 

90 

246 

746 


87 




78 




117 


India ••aa*«*aa**«*****<«*<a*a**a-«a*«**a>*ese«< 


92 




72 


Iran (Per.ia) » * ■ a • 


99 
92 


Israel «■<.••• « • 

Japan aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaa^aaaaaaaaaaaaaatiaaaao 


99 
128 


Jordan and Arab Palestine » * * • 


215 
103 
102 




88 


Plli 1 iOOineS ....•■.■■«. ><.«.uuaaoa>auaa*.*uay>,*.. 


58 




93 


Vietnam .aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaoaaakaaaaaaa 


80 




97 


Other Asia ..............aaaaaaaaaaaaaaa<aa..a*a<i 


314 


Africa 


857 




100 

100 

3,000 

600 


40 

86 

657 

458 


42 

92 

662 

423 


38 
101 
562 

436 


81 
107 
558 

418 


62 


Tunisia ....... ....................... .......... 


90 




705 




438 







iJ The annual quota was 154,857 in 1957; 154,957 in 1958; 154,857 in 1959; 154,887 in 1960. In 1961 
the total quota was increased to 156,487 by the establishment of additional quotas for newly 
independent countries. 

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



26 



TABLE 7A. 



QUOTA IMMIGRAm'S ADMITTED, BY QUOTA AREA AND QUOTA PREFERENCES i 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 ]J 



Quota area 



All quota areas 



:urope 

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 



Total 
quota 

immigrants 



Asia 

Asia-Pacific 

China 

Chinese persons 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran (Persia) 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan and Arab Palestine 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Pakistan • . • . 

Philippines 

Thailand 

Vietnam 

Yemen 

Other Asia 



Africa 

Sudan 

Tunisia 

Other Africa 



Oceania 



96.104 



92.795 



1,330 

1,182 

32 

2,236 

1,066 

110 

554 

2,892 

24,273 

25,100 

321 

844 

105 

6,273 

5,648 

234 

383 

62 

2,969 

2,208 

6,891 

425 

297 

204 

1,656 

1,510 

220 

2,536 

932 

252 



First 
prof er^nce 



Selected 

immigrants 

of special 

skills 



2.014 



87 

78 

117 

92 

72 

99 

92 

99 

128 

215 

103 

102 

88 

58 

93 

80 

97 

314 

857 



62 

90 

705 

438 



3,460 



:.941 



64 

6 

12 

29 

39 

10 

13 

118 

148 

189 

78 

164 

5 

1 

1,123 

19 

16 

152 
43 

231 

40 

60 

50 

1 

126 

64 

42 

94 

4 

360 



1 
13 

3 
33 
11 
49 
22 
28 
23 
37 
39 
30 
45 
12 

4 



5 

87 



Their 
spouses 

and 
children 



2 
85 



72 



3,758 



3.347 



37 

7 

11 

13 

35 

7 

13 

142 

133 

139 

76 

143 

11 

3 

1,680 

12 

18 

162 
27 

246 
39 
90 
20 
13 
94 
51 
45 
76 
4 

256 



Second 



pre 



Parents 
of U.S. 
cltUens 



10 

3 

28 

5 

11 

33 

29 

26 

23 

31 

22 

14 

13 

1 



7 
102 



3,331 



3.103 



2 
100 



53 



33 
3 
11 
55 
11 
17 
20 
99 
183 

116 

49 

84 

3 

4 

1,269 

60 

40 

1 

27 

8 

405 

161 

71 

33 

3 

20 

51 

133 

120 

3 

190 



Unmarried 

sons, 

daughters 

of citizens 



17 
2 

7 

6 

17 

13 

4 
32 
23 

7 
26 



1 
31 



60 



52 



28 



931 



333 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
8 
8 

32 
42 
12 

1 

382 

4 

2 

I 

112 
91 

8 
7 

2 

4 

5 

105 



41 



2 
10 
5 
5 
1 
2 

10 



Third 
preference 



Spouses 

of 
resident 
aliens 



2,132 



1,944 



Unmarried 
sons, daughters 
of resident 
aliens 



3,265 



73 

2 

7 

28 

36 

8 

33 

101 

293 

162 

13 

121 

6 

2 

155 

12 

22 

107 

62 

356 

5 

20 

9 

2 

38 

21 

48 

174 

23 

138 



16 
8 
3 
5 

11 
8 
4 
5 
5 

15 

17 
5 

10 
6 
2 

5 
13 

30 



1 

7 

22 

20 



2.892 



63 

6 

2 

6 

25 

1 

23 

100 

279 

342 

45 

82 

8 

4 

965 

14 

13 

38 
78 

356 
83 
25 
25 
1 
11 
16 
28 

230 
23 

277 



43 

35 

1 

12 

6 

3 

17 

14 

25 

54 

7 

14 

3 

2 



3 
33 



75 



15 
60 



21 



Fourth 
preference 



Other rel- 
atives of 

U.S. 
citizens 



5.076 



96 
7 

15 

127 

38 

35 

91 

190 

499 

228 

3 

111 

10 

6 

8 

59 

129 

1 

189 

27 

2,681 

1 

3 

10 

1 

24 

4 

384 

54 

46 

73 



4 
31 

1 

13 

2 



50 



22 
23 



25 



Non- 
preference 



2/ 



72.609 



953 

1,150 

23 

1,977 

381 

31 

360 

2,134 

22,731 

23,842 

15 

127 

62 

6,252 

66 

54 

143 

60 

2,293 

1,963 

2,504 

5 

20 

50 

1,635 

1,195 

9 

1,851 

79 

139 



679 



9 

2 

107 

7 

27 

6 

1 

5 

7 

27 

1 

2 

3 

9 

86 

80 

83 

217 



448 
61 
34 

353 

717 



l/ Figures include adjustment of status cases. Adjustments chargeable to future years are included in year of adjustment 

See Table 6B. , ,. u , , mc,-? 

2/ Includes 30 foreign government officials adjusted under Section 13, Act of September 11, 195/. 



27 



/ 



/ / 



INWIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY OOUrfTRY CR REGION OF BIRTH AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUPi 
YEAR ENDED JUNb 30, 1961 



Country or r#qlon 
of birth 



Number 

ad- 
mitted 



^ c ^ 
•*- jz rs 
o o c 



M 6 

Eg 



<U -4 , 

«0 -i 



o Ol Ih 
T- Ih Op 

at c u 



Sm, 



ifl -• 0) O 3 

3 -< £ CL O 

O -C V « O 

:i: u o ** o 



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 i/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Ryukyu Islands 

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 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

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

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 



a. 811 



i,399 



U7,656 



127.749 



10.645 



2.413 



11.394 



2.535 



11,447 



3.165 



5.162 



1,735 
1,123 
1,978 
1,326 

689 
3,957 
29,048 
3,392 
1,456 
6,541 
20,652 

305 

548 
4,608 
2,353 
9,281 
3,950 

813 
1,812 
1,699 
1,573 

770 

22,717 

2,352 

1,989 

962 

21.338 



3,213 
525 
421 

3,804 
471 
256 

1,318 

4,313 
658 

1,534 
498 

2,738 
371 

1,118 

103.388 



32,038 

41,632 

14,287 

7,971 

5,817 

643 

15.470 



3,591 
1,443 
3,559 
1,826 
2,086 
895 
2,070 

2,171 



275 
129 
346 
643 
777 

1.204 



525 
240 
339 



176 
139 
215 
177 

55 
293 
1,728 
201 
259 
787 
433 

46 

58 
405 
265 
673 

44 
105 
209 
313 
355 
156 
3,036 
236 
173 

96 

1.742 



12 

5 

10 

27 

10 

80 

53 

66 

17 

97 

815 

3 

9 

27 

15 

563 

191 

2 

13 

6 

4 

2 

32 

23 

67 

8 



42 
31 
81 
40 
16 
87 

341 

102 
49 
85 

189 
6 
9 

103 
46 

185 
35 
31 
62 
40 
38 
31 

633 
95 
17 



130 

79 

161 

152 

54 

346 

3,515 

64 

68 

633 

238 

24 

25 

328 

340 

351 

65 

28 

43 

378 

305 

19 

3,806 

101 

54 

77 

938 



28 
24 
51 
48 
13 
46 

734 
30 
22 

207 

75 

2 

4 

103 
74 
75 
9 
13 
32 



756 
39 
15 

6 



212 

65 
209 
134 

62 
177 
2,437 
255 
156 
497 
2,991 

26 

67 
304 
247 
856 
128 

91 
106 

80 
131 

49 

1,546 

313 

213 

85 

553 



94 

72 

151 

82 

47 

151 

1,519 

259 

111 

638 

1,210 

22 

43 

156 

213 

555 

107 

36 

93 

72 

58 

27 

1,651 

186 

126 

58 

447 



61 

25 

47 

51 

18 

53 

847 

74 

20 

547 

372 

5 
38 
61 
50 

205 
5 
26 
63 
48 
10 

457 
35 
17 



112 
55 
80 
60 
31 

215 
1,239 

232 
72 

485 

633 
6 
15 

136 
96 

164 

143 
27 
44 
90 

120 
18 

924 
59 
64 



4,621 



216 
596 

2 
16 
14 

293 
387 



41 

18 

72 

25 

24 

33 

703 

106 

53 

478 

1,726 

14 

31 

85 

HI 

305 

181 

23 

42 

21 

16 

11 

317 

58 

86 

35 

278 



182 
22 

139 

248 

139 
52 

108 
89 
85 
79 
76 

318 
2 

203 

6,994 



3,541 
542 

1,511 
794 
531 



95 
508 
40 
9 
16 
35 



477 
149 
355 
110 
172 
50 
253 

332 



34 
3 

81 

119 

95 



115 
45 
13 



198 
6 
15 

101 
21 
12 
13 
18 
43 
3 
33 
18 



94 
51 
37 
4 25 
25 
19 
39 
36 
28 
16 
17 
65 
2 
83 

6.538 



1.651 



5 

334 

9 

4 

35 

12 

45 

21 
29 



4.753 



728 
308 
619 
148 
117 
30 



3,242 
703 

1,114 

633 

811 

35 

1.476 



842 

284 

340 

88 

81 

16 



1,842 

1,488 

465 

556 

364 

38 

758 



152 

3 

5 

158 

10 

5 

17 



17 

32 

1 

32 

4.318 



1,259 
903 
653 
853 
395 
30 

642 



».939 



2,846 



301 
3,291 
228 
506 
607 
6 

580 



954 
516 
353 
301 
204 
17 



153 
2,569 
31 
50 
17 
1() 

33 



82 
6 
6 
4 

22 
9 
2 

14 

13 
I 

97 

10,512 



1,413 

,697 

107 

196 

57 

42 

248 



85 
28 
122 
43 
33 
21 
62 



185 
120 
457 
202 
153 
71 
277 



289 
51 

150 
90 
80 
12 
85 



161 
45 
144 
108 
89 
5 
88 



63 
65 
193 
105 
85 
15 
53 



64,577 



811 
508 
897 
506 
342 

2,395 
15,888 

1,953 
529 

1,871 

11,373 

155 

280 

2,897 
870 

5,190 

2,453 
448 

1,130 
588 
497 
442 

9,497 

1,192 

1,129 
525 

15.945 



2,231 
532 
177 

2,334 
230 
148 

1,084 

4,055 
380 

1,424 
279 

2,140 
351 
570 

55.829 



17,558 

21,823 

8,511 

3,817 

3,517 

303 

9.239 



2,145 
880 
1,955 
1,089 
1,318 
702 
1,148 

1,297 



186 
83 
205 
372 
450 



382 
143 
224 



^ 



Includes Formosa. 
Includes Arab Palestine. 



28 



TABLE 8A. 



IMMIGRApn'S AND BENEFICIARIES OF FIRST PREFERENCE VISA PETITIONS 
ADMITTED>BY OCCUPATIONi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Occupation 



Al 1 occupations 

Prof«KslonaI, technical* and kindred workers 

Accountants and auditors 

Actors and actresses * 

Airplane pilots and navigators 

Architects 

Artists and art teachers 

Athletes 

Authors 

Chemists 

Clergymen 

Professors and instructors 

Dancers and dancing teachers 

Dentists 

Designers 

Dietitians and nutritionists 

Draftsmen 

Editors and reporters 

Engineers 

Entertainers 

Foresters and conservationists 

Lawyers and Judges 

Librarians 

Musicians and music teachers 

Nurses 

Agricultural scientists 

Biological scientists 

Geologists and geophyslcists 

Mathematicians 

Physicists 

Miscellaneous natural scientists 

Pharmacists 

Photographers 

Physicians and surgeons 

Radio operators 

RellqlCvts workers 

Social and welfare workers, except group 

Economists 

Psychologists 

Sports instructors and officials 

Surveyors 

Technician*! 

Teachers* not sped fled 

Therapists and healers* not specified 

Veterinarians 

Professional, technical, and kindred workers, other 

Farmers and farm managers 

Managers, officials, and proprietors, except farm .... 

Buyers and department heads, store 

Buyers and shippers, farm products 

Inspectors, public administration 

Managers and superintendents, building 

Officers, pilots, pursers, and engineers, ship 

Officials and administrators, public administration 

Foreign government officials 

Purchasing agents and buyers, not specified 

Managers, officials, and proprietors, other 

Clerical and kindred workers 

Agents 

Attendants, physician's and dentist's office 

Bank tellers 

Bookkeepers 

Cashiers 

Mail carriers 

Messengers and office boys 

Office machine operators 

Shipping and receiving clerks 

Stenographers, typists, and secretaries 

Telegraph operators 

Telephone operators 

Ticket, station, and express agents 

Clerical and kindred workers, other 

Sales workers 

Advertising agents and salesmen 

Hucksters and peddlers 

Insurance agents and brokers 

Real estate agents and brokers 

Salesmen and sales clerks, other 

Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers 

Bakers 

Blacksmiths 

Bookbinders 

Brickmasons, stonemasons, and tile setters 

Cabinetmakers 

Carpenters 

Cement and concrete finishers 

Compositors and typesetters 

Cranemen, derrickmen, and hoistmen 



Number 

ad- 
mitted 



271.3^4 



-aii55S_ 



^.3^3 



89 
59 
19 
72 
94 
117 
60 
76 
4,777 



274 
103 
323 
879 
384 

53 

38 

352 

146 

7,724 

95 
551 

34 
9,666 

4.576 



85 

26 

186 

87 

4,192 

17.679 



646 

94 

76 

1,014 

353 

2,215 

50 

120 

25 



Beneficiaries of first 
preference viaa oetm^nt 



3.-^6Q 



1.868 



1,042 


14 


93 


5 


72 


1 


229 


23 


295 


19 


101 


5 


48 


7 


551 


99 


525 


20 


500 


104 


134 


4 


119 


2 


337 


55 


53 


4 


503 


37 


244 


13 


2,868 


419 


113 


11 


40 


3 


312 


4 


126 


13 


343 


30 


3,449 


181 


58 


6 


48 


10 


66 


5 


24 


5 


151 


40 


19 


5 


177 


6 


247 


8 


1,683 


141 


85 


_ 


756 


64 


140 


13 


78 


2 


42 


4 


47 


6 


76 


4 


1,535 


110 


2,586 


239 


138 


6 


40 


7 


1,139 


115 



18 



_U2 



1 

2 

2 

2 

109 

_S4 



1.112 



1 

35 

114 

33 

3 

4 



UN Act - first nmf^rfqqf 



Admissions 



2.«9 



H78 



7 
2 
1 
9 

13 
4 
2 

53 

13 

51 
4 
2 

33 
3 

21 
9 
247 
6 
3 
2 
7 

18 

153 

5 



30 

1 

2 

7 

115 



1 
4 
5 
3 

75 

120 

4 

6 

59 



.M- 



2 
75 



_51_ 



17 
1 



16 

_22_ 



21 



1.0^? 



83 
8 
1 

35 

in 

32 
3 

3 



Adiustmenta 



-aai_ 



W 



7 
3 

14 

5 
2 

5 
35 

7 
53 



22 

1 

16 

4 

172 

5 

2 

5 

12 

28 

1 

2 

4 

1 

10 



24 
9 
1 

1 

1 

34 

119 

2 

1 

45 



_2a. 



1 

1 

34 

-2i_ 



7 
57 



Oth.r 
Immigrant. 



267.884 



19.587 

1,028 

88 

71 

206 

267 

98 

41 

453 

505 

396 

130 

117 

282 

59 

466 

231 

2,449 

102 

37 

308 

113 

313 

3,258 

62 

38 

61 

19 

111 

14 

171 

239 

1,542 

85 

702 

127 

76 

38 

41 

72 

1,525 

2,447 

132 

33 

1,024 

2,984 
5.2^1 



86 
59 
19 
71 
92 
115 
60 
74 
4,663 

20.558 



270 
103 
321 
876 
384 

52 

33 

352 

146 

7,696 

94 
551 

34 
9,641 

4.546 



85 

26 

184 

87 

4,164 

16.567 



560 
86 
75 

979 

239 

2,182 

47 

116 
25 



29 



TABLE SA. IMMIC.aAMTS AND BENEFICIARIES OF FIRST PREFERENCE VISA PHITIONS 
ADMITTEO.BY OCCUPATIONi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 



Occupation 



Craftsmen, foremen, and kindred workers (Cont'd) 

Decorators and window dressers 

Electricians 

^gravers, except photoonqravers 

Excavating, aradlno, and road machinery operators 

Foremen 

Furriers 

Glaziers 

Inspectors, other 

Jewelers, watchmakers, goldsmiths, and silversmiths .... 
Linemen and servicemen, telegraph, telephone, and power 

Machinists 

Mechanics and repairmen 

Ml 1 Iwrlghts 

Molders, metal 

Opticians and lens grinders and polishers 

Painters, construction and maintenance 

Pattern and model makers, except paper 

Photoengravers and lithographers 

Plasterers 

Plumbers and pipe fitters 

Pressmen and plate printers, printing 

Shoemakers and repairers, except factory 

Stone cutters and stone carvers 

Structural metal workers 

Tailors and tailoresaes 

Tinsmiths, coppersmiths, and sheet metal workers 

Tool makers, and die makers and setters 

Upholsterers 

Craftsmen and kindred workers, other 



Operatives and kindred workers 

Apprentices 

Attendants, auto service and parking 

Bus drivers 

Conductors, bus and street railway 

Dellverymen and routemen 

Dressmakers and seamstresses, except factory 

Filers, grinders, and polishers, metal 

Fruit, nut, and vegetable oraders and packers, except factory 

Laundry and dry cleaning operatives 

Meat cutters, except slaughter and packing house 

Milliners 

Mine operatives and laborers 

Painters, except construction and maintenance 

Photographic process workers 

Sailors and deck hands 

Spinners, textile 

Taxlcab drivers and chauffeurs 

Truck and tractor drivers 

Weavers, textile 

Welders and flame-cutters 

Operatives and kindred workers, other 



Private household workers 

Housekeepers, private household . 
Private household workers, other 



Service workers, except private household 

Attendants 

Barbers, beauticians, ami manicurists 

Bartenders 

Charvromen and cleaners 

Cooks, except private household 

Counter and fountain workers 

Elevator operators 

Firemen, fire protection 

Guards, watchmen, and doorkeepers 

Housekeepers and stewards, except private household 

Janitors and sextons 

Policemen and detectives 

U. S. military 

Foreign military 

Porters 

Practical nurses 

Waiters and waitresses 

Service workers, except private household, other ... 



Farm laborers and foremen 



Number 

ad- 
mitted 



Laborers, except farm and mine 

Flshertnen and oystennen 

Garage laborers and car washers and greasers 

Gardeners, except farm, and qroundskeepers 

Longshoremen and stevedores 

Lumbermen, raftsmen, and woodchoppers 

Laborers, other 

Housewives, children, and others and those with no reported occupation 

Housewives 

Unemp loyed 

Retired 

Students 

Under 14 years of ago 

No reported occupation 



177 

1,099 

33 

62 

256 

56 

31 

130 

250 

89 

819 

d,24d 

18 

41 

39 

552 

26 

50 

133 

442 

294 

412 

117 

57 

1,494 

137 

460 

159 

1.359 

.1 ?.:'S9 



Beneficiaries of first 
ryeference visa petitions 



414 

79 

87 

92 

35 

2,176 

19 

31 

255 

378 

32 

296 

324 

49 

659 

21 

938 

801 

133 

581 

5,888 

B.8U 



2,369 
6,442 



fl.399 



357 

1,572 

200 

290 

1,247 

81 

27 

38 

59 

729 

177 

127 

267 

146 

104 

126 

1,640 

1,212 

4,799 

.■U.694 



282 
24 

220 
31 

362 
14,775 

147.656 



59,245 
878 
1,722 
15,923 
58,814 
11,074 



2 
12 
3 
1 
7 
4 
1 
I 
17 

19 
104 

6 

1 

I 

2 

1 

5 

3 

II 

35 

36 

9 

469 

3 

36 



AST 



IcN Act - first preference 



Admissions 



2 

U 

3 

1 
6 



19 
93 



5 

3 

9 

33 

31 

9 

4 58 

3 

29 



in 



Adlustmenta 



55 
I 



I 

6 

6 

66 



eo 



11 
1 
1 
1 

2 
2 
5 

i; 

6 

1 

__4_ 



Other 
Immigrants 



_I2_ 



17-.. 

1,087 

30 

61 

J49 

52 

30 

129 

233 

89 

800 

4,140 

48 

35 

38 

561 

24 

49 

128 

439 

283 

377 

81 

48 

1,025 

134 

425 

155 

1,323 

13.131 

411 

79 

87 

92 

35 

2,119 

18 

31 

255 

374 

32 

296 

322 

48 

552 

21 

938 

800 

127 

575 

5,819 

8.809 



2,367 
6,442 



8.309 



352 

1,555 

200 

290 

1,193 

81 

27 

38 

59 

728 

175 

125 

257 

145 

104 

126 

1,535 

1,205 

4,799 

15.694 



282 
24 

220 
31 

352 
14,775 

147.656 



59,245 
878 
1,722 
15,923 
58,814 
11,074 



30 



TWLE 9. 



IMMIGRANTS ADWTTBD, BY COUNTRK OR Rc:GI0N OF BIRTH, SEX, 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 





Total 
immigrants 


Ma 


les 


Country or region 
of birth 


Total 


Undf-r 

5 
years 


5- 

9 

/ears 


10- 

19 

years 


20- 

29 

years 


30- 

39 

years 


40- 
49 
years 


50- 

59 

years 


60- 
59 
years 


70- 
79 
years 


30 
years 

and 
over 


Not 
reported 


All countries 


271.344 


121.380 


13.203 


9.604 


18.449 


34.967 


22.8b5 


11.573 


6.517 


2.974 


1.054 


168 


6 


Europe 


127.749 


52.515 


5.056 


3.435 


7.771 


14.446 


9.892 


5.703 


3.951 


1.636 


533 


91 


1 




1,735 
1,123 
1,978 
1,326 

589 
3,957 
29,048 
3,392 
1,466 
6,541 
20,652 

305 

548 
4,608 
2,353 
9,281 
3,960 

813 
1,812 
1,699 
1,673 

770 

22,717 

2,352 

1,989 

962 

21.338 


744 

455 

826 

583 

286 

1,420 

9,535 

1,640 

783 

2,693 

11,036 

116 

250 

2,172 

992 

4,314 

1,928 

373 

691 

499 

648 

371 

7,804 

1,002 

908 

446 

8.210 


51 

45 

3 

26 

16 

184 

1,726 

145 

7 

172 

692 

2 

480 
71 

240 

180 
5 
54 
44 
61 
20 

756 
3 

34 
39 

828 


33 

25 

1 

26 

23 

117 

722 

75 

31 

62 

719 

4 

211 

39 

371 

221 

17 

46 

26 

18 

21 

526 

25 

54 

22 

976 


120 
51 
79 
61 
43 

229 
1,540 

173 
87 

506 

2,041 

8 

14 

222 

146 

574 

493 
51 
61 
64 
28 
22 

899 
81 

121 
57 

1.581 


225 

120 

161 

252 

74 

430 

3,280 

561 

198 

1,217 

2,461 

13 

34 

524 

390 

538 

334 

50 

136 

198 

334 

65 

2,396 

93 

263 

99 

1.941 


164 
112 
289 
128 
68 
232 

1,.)05 
385 
207 
415 

1,831 

23 

'■>? 

431 

174 

953 

232 

85 

131 

90 

1'.2 

101 

1,651 
160 
237 
119 

1.472 


65 

44 

170 

54 

32 

94 

472 

126 

119 

178 

1,501 

28 

58 

198 

103 

838 

244 

6P 

87 

35 

32 

49 

786 

192 

84 

46 

553 


44 

34 

81 

28 

17 

54 

230 

84 

81 

81 

1,354 

29 

34 

67 

35 

545 

109 

64 

76 

16 

16 

43 

455 

230 

63 

31 

410 


24 

14 

32 

7 

9 

18 

152 

55 

38 

3^1 

5 

19 

30 

29 

193 
47 
26 
41 
18 
4 
33 

208 

156 
41 
24 

m 


16 

7 

10 

3 
12 
52 
23 
13 

11 

73 

3 

15 

7 

5 

58 

17 

7 

9 

7 

2 

I'l 

99 

51 

10 

8 

106 


2 

3 

1 
1 

6 
3 
2 
2 
U 
4 

2 

4 

1 

1- 

1 

2 
27 
11 

1 

1 

25 
























German/ 


- 












_ 


Latvia 






_ 




_ 


Norway 


- 


Portugal 


- 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 


United Kingdom 


1 








1 


China 1/ 

India 


3,213 
625 
421 

3,804 
471 
256 

1,318 

4,313 
658 

1,534 
498 

2,738 
371 

1,118 

103.383 


1,312 
253 
241 

1,941 
303 
153 
673 
648 
403 
434 
278 
961 
55 
555 

51.872 


22 

86 

8 

66 

11 

6 

106 

135 

19 

205 

21 

91 

13 

39 

6.349 


76 

66 

7 

216 

'I 
212 
109 
21 
78 
20 
92 
24 
36 

4.351 


261 
35 
18 

384 
24 
21 

181 

145 
80 
41 
23 

300 

7 

61 

7.818 


155 
28 
91 

529 

150 
58 

101 
81 

149 
53 
94 

222 
2 

228 

15.478 


186 
20 
53 

475 
76 
36 
51 
60 
77 
40 
60 

212 

111 
9.751 


169 

9 

24 

195 

15 

9 
10 
25 
24 

7 
12 
19 

2 
33 

4.815 


196 

5 

11 

62 

5 

8 

9 

24 

20 

3 

25 

17 

1 

24 

1.936 


191 
4 

10 

10 

8 

5 

33 
11 

5 

13 

6 

2 

17 

927 


4'' 

3 
4 
1 

34 
1 
2 
7 
2 

3 

393 


10 
1 

2 

1 

1 
3 

2 

3 

51 


1 




_ 




_ 




- 




_ 


Jordan 2/ 


- 




_ 




_ 




_ 




3 


Canada 


32,038 

41,532 

14,287 

7,971 

6,817 

643 

15.470 


15,371 

22,751 

7,025 

3,692 

2,739 

294 

7.261 


2,908 

2,128 

875 

183 

254 

1 

797 


1,573 

1,614 

685 

230 

248 

1 

665 


2,233 

3,317 

1,085 

603 

575 

5 

1.083 


3,973 
7,784 
1,489 
1,211 
985 
35 

2.653 


2,ao 

4,353 

1,591 

899 

394 

74 

1.431 


1,429 
1,857 
876 
367 
186 
100 

401 


560 
824 
329 
117 
65 
40 

152 


167 
^32 
73 
63 
22 
20 

64 


69 

262 

20 

17 

a 

17 
13 


19 
29 

2 

1 
1 


1 


Cuba 


2 


Central America 


- 




1 


Argentina 


3,591 
1,443 
3,559 
1,826 
2,086 
895 
2,070 

2.171 


1,775 
625 

1,584 
849 

1,096 
404 
928 

1.035 


224 
104 
144 
72 
55 
96 
92 

96 


162 
91 

139 
55 
58 
81 
79 

109 


204 
78 
239 
160 
191 
83 
128 

144 


548 
177 
688 
337 
505 
72 
326 

313 


451 

lis 

269 
141 
213 
42 
197 

219 


140 
33 
54 

50 

47 
18 
59 

72 


33 

15 

31 
24 
11 
7 
31 

53 


9 
3 

15 

10 

5 

4 

13 

22 


4 

5 

1 

1 
2 

7 


1 


- 


Colombia 


_ 




_ 


Peru 


- 


Other South America 


1 


Africa 






276 
129 
346 
643 
777 

1.204 


94 

61 

151 

354 

375 

480 


10 
4 
25 
20 
37 

75 


11 
8 
23 
33 
34 

65 


13 
15 
16 
48 
52 

52 


23 
20 
31 
85 
149 

135 


17 

6 

39 

90 

67 

100 


■4 
5 
8 

33 

17 

29 


6 
3 
6 
29 
9 

14 


5 

2 

7 
8 

8 


1 
4 
2 

2 


- 


_ 




- 




- 




_ 




_ 








625 
240 
339 

24 


243 

90 

147 

7 


48 
17 
10 

2 


37 

9 

19 

3 


18 

5 

29- 


57 
28 
50 

1 


54 
25 
21 


14 

3 
12 


8 
2 

4 
1 


6 
1 

1 


1 
1 


- 


_ 


New Zealand 


_ 


Other Oceania 


: 







1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



31 



IMMICRANTS ADWITTED, M COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, 
YEAH ENDED JUNE 30, WW (CONT'D) 



;EX, and AGEl 



Country or region 
of birth 



q 

years 



10- 

19 

years 



20- 

29 

years 



30- 

39 

ygarg 



40- 
49 
years 



50- 

59 

years 



60- 

69 

years 



70- 
79 



years 
and 



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 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Ryukyu Islands 

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 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa .... 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 

l7 Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



149.964 



13.001 



9.320 



24.415 



52.57' 



:4.28: 



1.':.2S3 



8.24' 



AJJl 



1.509 



75 .23 4 



4.963 



lai 



991 

668 
1,152 

743 

403 

2,537 

19,513 

1,752 

683 
3,848 
9,616 

189 

298 
2,436 
1,361 
4,967 
2,032 

UO 
1,121 
1,200 
1,025 

399 

14,913 

1,350 

1,081 

516 

13.128 



1,901 
372 
180 

1,863 
168 
103 
645 

3,665 
255 

1,100 
223 

1,777 
316 
563 



51.516 



39 

47 

4 

30 

22 

176 

1,624 

159 

4 

117 

667 

1 

1 

569 

67 

263 

195 

10 

42 

35 

56 

17 

746 

7 

27 

38 

1.199 



16,667 

18,881 

7,262 

4,279 

4,078 

349 

8.209 



24 

137 

9 

53 

22 

10 

101 

155 

22 

484 

30 

89 

17 

46 

5.847 



28 

28 

3 

22 

29 

104 

688 

73 

31 

82 

612 

1 

3 

249 

38 

360 

203 

12 

37 

34 

17 

18 

500 

15 

57 

31 

_20i 



12.580 



1,816 
818 

1,975 
977 
990 
491 

1,142 

1.136 



2,596 

2,072 

742 

185 

251 

1 

781 



47 
44 
11 

243 
10 
10 

191 

106 
18 

101 
20 
62 
19 
23 

4.303 



166 
73 

160 
93 
42 

351 
3,366 

306 

73 

1,178 

2,038 

7 

23 

256 

214 

642 

499 
41 
80 

296 

78 

14 

2,252 

92 

134 
66 

1.574 



28.426 



11.465 



6.02 



299 
45 
25 

350 
24 
20 

176 

158 
71 
61 
33 

225 

9 

78 

8.840 



331 

220 

379 

415 

119 

1.133 

9,430 

708 

142 

l,i99 

2,095 

17 

36 

74A 

615 

788 

342 

77 

559 

557 

613 

115 

6,929 

126 

29i 

143 

5 . 272 



214 

133 

259 

93 

85 

4il 

2,402 

268 

150 

429 

1,653 

36 

33 

337 

148 

1,154 

302 

90 

242 

136 

171 

73 

1,975 

2'>6 

234 

101 

2.656 



71 

78 

120 

47 

50 

119 

853 

113 

90 

229 

1,227 

35 

35 

160 

115 

680 

2i0 

70 

77 

67 

45 

61 

999 

262 

133 

46 

84.0 



4.B13 



2.013 



54 

106 

28 

36 

118 

684 

76 

106 

181 

879 

29 

40 

82 

84 

5U 

143 

73 

47 

43 

29 

64 

876 

277 

116 

35 

415 



53 
19 
84 
11 
11 
69 

368 
39 
55 
94 

339 
34 
46 
24 
33 

389 
75 
46 
31 
19 
10 
30 

422 

218 
60 
34 



_2JZ. 



1,465 

1,690 

610 

257 

281 



-6ii 



2,497 

3,762 

l,t)24 

736 

819 

2 

1.170 



708 
88 
78 

524 
59 
24 

122 

2,068 

68 

3M 
52 

708 

203 

226 

t5.3 47 



320 
29 
37 

396 
24 
21 
33 
1,027 
36 
94 
35 

454 
48 

102 

8.295 



227 

18 

7 

189 
15 
10 
11 

111 
14 
10 
13 

174 

4 

37 

4.646 



5,368 
5,580 
1,693 
1,335 
1,357 
14 

2.864 



182 
68 
195 
289 
402 

724 



222 
98 

143 
66 
66 
87 
99 



150 
77 

133 
67 
57 
76 
93 

106 



197 
104 
300 
170 
149 
105 
145 

_m. 



596 
284 
717 
370 
U3 
100 
384 

390 



2,298 

2,609 

1,712 

950 

665 
61 

1.559 



374 
146 

401 

155 

185 

65 

233 

182 



1,400 
1.329 
916 
494 
406 
101 



181 

4 

8 

67 

10 

5 

8 

23 

15 

3 

12 

49 

3 

27 

2.590 



686 
1,013 
387 
215 
185 
104 

343 



76 
(^ 
4 

32 
3 
1 
2 

11 

10 
3 

19 

16 
3 

19 

l. »4 



20 

13 

34 

3 

8 

18 

85 

10 

26 

33 

95 

24 

28 

13 

7 

138 

27 

18 

6 

7 

6 

6 

182 

87 

23 

20 



121. 



1 
2 
3 
1 
1 
8 
13 

6 
6 
11 
5 
3 
2 

9 
6 
3 



1 

32 

10 

2 

2 



18 
1 
1 
8 
1 



449 



83 



212 

585 

124 

74 

80 

39 



117 
208 
48 
27 
27 
22 



23 

32 

5 

6 

7 



382 
150 
192 



83 
11 

60 
79 

157 

274 



168 
57 

143 
81 
63 
33 
88 



124 
67 
83 



024 



3 
3 

12 
9 
6 
2 

IS 



32 



TABLE 10. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BY RACE, SEX, AND AGEi 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Sex and age 


All races 


White 


Negro 


Chinese 


East 
Indian 


Filipino 


Japanese 


Korean 


Pacific 

Is- 
lander 


Number admitted 


271,344 


250.328 


8.247 


^,517 


441 


2.525 


L.blL 


1,391 


281 


Males 


■ 
121,380 


113.782 


3.840 


1.418 


286 


871 


659 


397 


127 


Under 5 years 

5-9 years 

10-14 years 

15 years 

16-17 years 

18-19 years 

20-24 years 

25-29 years 

30-34 years 

35-39 years 

40-44 years 

45-49 years 

55-59 years 

60-64 years ..... 

65-69 years 

70-74 years ..... 

75-79 years 

80 years and over . 
Not reported 

Females ............. 


13,203 

9,604 

8,295 

1,446 

3,537 

5,171 

16,618 

18,349 

13,063 

9,802 

6,247 

5,326 

3,865 

2,652 

1,756 

1,218 

732 

322 

168 

6 

149.964 


12,371 

8,886 

7,593 

1,331 

3,256 

4,856 

15,887 

17,277 

12,196 

9,250 

5,895 

5,052 

3,674 

2,474 

1,601 

1,079 

657 

290 

152 

5 

136.546 


288 

272 

288 

59 

144 

168 

502 

655 

527 

349 

222 

168 

80 

49 

30 

17 

13 

6 

3 

4.407 


105 

139 

193 

13 

25 

27 

75 

85 

86 

33 

72 

77 

91 

95 

100 

93 

36 

9 

8 

1 

2.099 


20 

15 

12 

1 

4 

4 

31 

85 

51 

19 

13 

6 

3 

4 

6 

7 

2 

1 

2 

155 


84 

86 

85 

35 

87 

84 

69 

122 

125 

56 

12 

5 

8 

9 

2 

1 
1 

1.654 


134 

119 

90 

4 
16 
21 
25 
56 
45 
20 
25 

8 

8 
18 
14 
19 
20 
14 

3 

3.955 


192 

70 

28 

3 

3 

2 

6 

42 

24 

12 

3 

2 

1 

1 

2 

3 

2 

1 

994 


9 

17 
6 

2 
9 
23 
27 
9 
8 
5 
8 

2 

1 

1 
154 


Under 5 years 

5-9 years 

10-14 years 

15 years 

16-17 years ..... 

18-19 years 

20-24 years 

25-29 years ..... 

30-34 years 

35-39 years 

40-44 years 

45-49 years 

50-54 years 

55-59 years 

60-64 years 

65-69 years 

70-74 years 

75-79 years 

80 years and over . 
Not reported 


13,001 

9,320 

8,139 

1,536 

4,915 

9,825 

31,366 

21,209 

14,211 

10,071 

6,497 

5,756 

4,746 

3,499 

2,484 

1,649 

997 

512 

226 

5 


11,846 

8,654 

7,438 

1,422 

4,579 

9,384 

29,079 

18,137 

12,296 

9,128 

5,882 

5,294 

4,449 

3,331 

2,370 

1,580 

963 

491 

218 

5 


277 

287 

338 

67 

182 

202 

613 

664 

519 

405 

295 

247 

142 

70 

U 

24 

16 

11 

4 


155 

89 

143 

18 

51 

106 

427 

292 

210 

103 

110 

121 

99 

77 

48 

32 

12 

5 

1 


17 

15 

10 

1 

7 

9 

23 

31 

22 

9 

5 

3 

1 

2 


84 

55 

67 

15 

59 

63 

318 

351 

269 

149 

107 

58 

35 

11 

7 

6 


160 

116 

94 

8 

25 

37 

709 

1,560 

820 

252 

88 

31 

17 

9 

12 

3 

6 

5 

3 


444 

90 

36 

3 

3 

18 

160 

150 

63 

17 

4 

2 

1 
2 

1 


18 

14 

13 

2 

9 

6 

37 

24 

12 

8 

6 

2 

1 

1 
1 



33 



TABLE lOA. IMMIGRANTTS ADMITTED, BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS, AGE, ILLITERACY, 
AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUPi YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 - 1961 



Marital status, age, 
illiterates, 
and occupation 



1957 



1958 



1959 



1960 



1961 



InmigTant aliens admitted • 

Sex and marital status: 

Males 

Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Unknown 

Females 

Single 

Married • 

Widowed 

Divorced 

Unknown 

Males per 1,000 females 

Median age (years)i 

Both sexes 

Males 

Females • . 

Illiterates! 

Number \J 

Percent 

Major occupation groupt 

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 persons • 

Students 

Children under 14 years of age 

Unknown or not reported 



326.867 



i?5.2Ql 



87,236 

65,114 

1,121 

1,428 

302 

171,666 



77,841 

83,716 

6,630 

3,287 

192 

904 



25.7 
26.3 
25.1 



676 
0.2 



24,489 
3,506 

6,127 
25,897 
26,976 
19,362 
11,457 
8,761 
4,585 
21,826 

159.346 



71,571 

744 

16,125 

70,906 

14,535 



253.265 



260.686 



265.398 



109.121 



61,979 

45,245 

807 

819 

271 

144.144 



W^y-j^-l 



64,347 
47,482 

992 
1,252 

294 

146.319 



62,903 

73,035 

5,596 

2,368 

242 

757 



25.3 
25.8 
24.9 



62,268 

74,869 

6,184 

2,8U 

187 

782 



25.4 
26.0 
25.0 



420 
0.2 



22,482 
2,221 

4,646 

22,140 

19,113 

12,405 

7,521 

7,362 

2,511 

1 1 , 100 

129.800 



594 

0.2 



23,287 
2,187 

4,688 

21,475 

20,521 

16,031 

7,465 

9,641 

2,729 

11,937 

139.779 



62,380 

925 

12,688 

53,807 

11,964 



62,215 

1,168 

14,647 

52,748 

9,947 



1 16. 687 



64,646 

50,055 

1,016 

897 

73 

148.711 



67,331 

73,236 

5,496 

2,598 

50 

785 



25.0 
25.9 
23.8 



671 
0.3 



21,940 
3,050 

5,309 

24,386 

19,156 

14,979 

8,173 

8,812 

3,914 

12,838 

1 ?2.71 6 



62,084 

1,289 

13,888 

55,455 

10,125 



271.344 



121. ?89 



68,253 

51,261 

984 

815 

67 

149.964 



70,489 

71,455 

5,401 

2,565 

54 

809 



25.0 

25.8 
24.5 



576 
0.2 



21,455 
3,002 

5,363 

25,198 

17,679 

13,288 

8,811 

8,399 

4,799 

15,694 

135.704 



59,245 

1,722 

15,923 

58,814 

11,952 



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



34 



TABLE U. AUENS ADMITTED AND DEPARTED AND CITIZENS ARRIVED AND DEPARTED: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1908 - 1961 



ALIENS ADHIfTED 



Period 



Immi- 
Rrant 



Nonimmi- 
Rrant 2/ 



ALIENS 
DEPARTED 



U. S. CITIZENS 4/ 



Arrived 



Departed 



1908 - 1961 

1908-1910 1/ .. 
1911-1920 

1911 

1912 

1913 

191 't 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921-1930 

1921 

1922 

1923 

192't 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931-19'tO 

1931 

1932 

1933 

193't 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

19'»0 

19'H-1950 

19'*1 

19^*2 

19'*3 

19't'* 

19'*5 

19't6 

19'*7 

19'*8 

1949 

1950 

1951-1960 

1951 

1952 

1953 

195'* 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

i960 

1961 



16.769.539 



16.010.661 



20.413.840 



27,286.101 



26,894,461 



2,576.226 



878,587 
838,172 
1,197,892 
I,2l8,'t80 
326,700 
298,826 
295, '*03 
110,618 
l'tl,132 
'♦30,001 

it. 107. 209 



805,228 
309,556 
522,919 
706,896 
29'+,31'i 
iOh,kSS, 

335,175 
307,255 
279,678 
21*1,700 

528.451 



97 
35 
23 
29 
i'^ 
36 
50 
67 
82 
70 



,159 
,576 
,068 
,'t70 
,956 
,329 
,2H 
,895 
,998 
.756 



1.035.039 



51.776 

28,781 

23,725 

28,551 

38,119 

108,721 

l'«7,292 

170,570 

188,317 

2'*9,l87 

2, 515. '♦79 



205,717 
265.520 
170,45't 
208,177 
237,790 
321,625 
326,867 
253,265 
260,686 
265,398 

271,344 



1490. 7'<1 
1.376.271 



1.495.638 
3.988.157 



660,811 



151,713 

178,983 

229,535 

184,601 

107,544 

67,922 

67,474 

101,235 

95,889 

191,575 

1,774,881 



518,215 
615.292 
611.924 
633,805 
384,174 
240,807 
146,379 
193.268 
216,231 
428,062 

2,694.778 



172,935 
122,949 
150,487 
172,406 
164.121 
191.618 
202,826 
193.376 
199.649 
204,514 

1.574.071 
183.540 
139.295 
127.660 
134.434 
144,765 
154.570 
181,640 
184,802 
185,533 
138,032 

2.461,359 
100,008 
82,457 
81,117 
113,641 
164,247 
203,469 
366,305 
476,006 
447,272 
426,837 

7,113.023 



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 

2.262,2^ 3 



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 



342.60 



2.517.t 



465,106 
516,082 
435,714 
566,615 
620,946 
686,259 
758,858 
847,764 
1,024,945 
1,140,736 

1,220,315 



V<77 

74,552 

58,722 

84,409 

93,362 

204,353 

325,422 

448,218 

430,089 

456,689 

6.682,387 



222,712 
243,563 
308,471 
301.281 
339.239 
370.757 
378.520 
430,955 
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 



349,472 
353,890 
347,702 
368,797 
172,371 
110,733 
126.011 
275.857 
218,929 
194.147 

3.519.519 



271,560 
309,477 
270,601 
277,850 
324,325 
372,480 
369.788 
429,575 
431,842 
462,025 

3.357.936 



175.935 
118,454 
105,729 
108,444 
175,568 
274,543 
437,690 
542,932 
620,371 
663,567 



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

1,093,937 2/ 



12|531,' 



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 

2,043,416 



446,386 
380,837 
338,545 
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 

1,969,119 



¥ 



Departures of U, S, citizens first recorded in lyiO. 

Excludes Mexican agricultural laborers and those admitted from the West Indies and Canada 

IJ-ior to March 8, 1957 1 border crossers and crewmen, 
V Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders, 
^ Citizens arrived and departed by sea and air only. 



35 



TABLE 12. IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, 

3X STATE OF INTENDED FUTURE PERMANENT RESIDENCE: 

iEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1952 - 1961 



State of Intended future 
pei-nanent residence 



1952-1961 



1952 



1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



19ft0 



All States 

AlabaTia 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of ColuTibia 

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 possi 

.Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands . . . 

All other 



2. ?81.10^ 



265. 52C 



170. A3A ?08.177 



237.790 



321.625 



326.867 



253.265 



260.686 



265.398 



271. 3 44 



6 

1 

22 

3 

449 

14 

55 

3 

17 

86 

10 

11 

4 

168 

26 

11 

9 

7 

15 

14 

23 

99 

110 

21 

3 

20 

5 

8 

3 

7 

133 

12 

618 

10 

4 

84 

8 

15 

94 

11 

5 

3 

7 

193 

12 

6 

17 

38 

6 

31 

2 



,821 
,827 
,807 
,889 
,189 
,301 
,601 
,731 
,623 
,669 
,749 
,962 
,197 
,65C 
,534 
,704 
,340 
,59C 
,10C 
,552 
,55C 
,06f 
,681 
,599 
,887 
,07e 
,399 
,054 
,353 
,279 
,603 
,27(: 
,139 
,36c 
,454 
,614 
,189 
,398 
,700 
,93( 
,054 
,099 
,774 
,29C 
,571 
,716 
,093 
,873 
,041 
,409 
,14C 



1,423 
6,618 
1,814 

7,740 



697 

19C 
1,269 

556 
26,599 
1,863 
5,21 

453 
1,865 
3,789 
1,14E 

70 

U9 

20,758 

3,473 

2,37: 

1,137 

757 
1,729 

989 

2,321 

8,741 

15,48<: 

3,327 

444 
3,03: 

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 



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 

1,085 

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 



595 

155 

1,610 

311 

28,667 

961 

4,273 

263 

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 

418 

582 

216 

666 

9,ji23 

1,324 

48,757 

773 

394 

6,266 

586 

1,281 

7,829 

951 

342 

241 

661 

27,700 

1,522 

558 

1,375 

3,308 

491 

2,494 

196 



50 
394 
137 



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 

1,8U 

8,817 

10,448 

1,707 

359 

1,609 

524 

594 

274 

626 

11,910- 

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,U1 

220 



79 

412 

96 



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 

U6 
2,440 

586 

873 

274 

782 

16,017 

2,174 

70,700 

1,167 

421 
11,267 

890 

1,627 

11,613 

1,341 

626 

371 

977 

39,078 

1,387 

693 
1,835 
3,643 

827 
3,916 

207 



224 

618 

95 



360 



437 



845 



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 

334 

890 

r/,303 

1,536 

77,356 

1,113 

455 
12,149 

995 

1,793 

11,148 

1,158 

552 

292 

788 

22,285 

1,372 

731 
1,946 
4,678 

588 
4,197 

261 



1''5 
615 
151 

877 



726 

103 

2,658 

378 

51,201 

1,357 

5,940 

399 

1,803 

11,396 

1,279 

1,407 

423 

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 

1,315 

4,121 

621 

2,837 

133 



13 

696 

165 



8.^2 

249 
2,315 

471 

49,673 

1,737 

6,004 

429 
2,086 
9,262 
1,376 
1,616 

441 

16,275 

2,949 

1,003 

1,094 

344 
1,999 
1,626 
2,592 
9,855 
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 



911 



"^20 



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 

1,20' 



1,311 



36 



TABLE 12A. IM^ftGRANT3 AD^aTTED, BY SPECIFIED COl^TRIES OF BIRTH 

AND STATE OF INTENDED FUTURE PERMANENT RBSIDENCEi 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



State of Intended 

future permanent 

residence 



All 

countries 



Germany- 



United 

Kingdom 



Italy 



Ire- 
land 



Norway, 
Sweden, 
Denmark 



Japan 



1/ 

China 



Philip- 
pines 



All 
other 



All States 

Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona,,,,,,.,,,,.,, 
Arkansas ,,,,,,,,,,,,, 

California 

Colorado ,,,,,, ,,,,,,■ 
Connecticut ,,,,,,,,.< 
Delaware .,,,,,.,..,,< 
District of Colimbia , 

Florida • 

Georgia ,,,«*«««t****< 

Hauaii 

Idaho ,.,•••••••,.,,.< 

Illinois 

Ind lana ,,,,,,,,,••,,< 
Iowa, ,.••••••, ••,•••, 

Kansas , •,..••. •....•• 

Kentucky ••,•••,•••••• 

Louis iana ,*.,,.*«,,.i 
Maine ,,••••••,••••*•« 

Maryland ,...,.fl,,,,,, 
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 ,,.fc.. ........ 

Virginia 

Washington ••.•• 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin .••»•••••.•• 
Wyoming ..••.•• •■.••.. 

U.S. terr. and posst 
Guam .........,..,,, 

Puerto Rico,,, 

Virgin Islands 

All other 

X/ Includes Formosa. 



271 .3.^ 



AXJdl 



izjns. 



2q-0^8 



?2 . 71 7 



20.652 



1.^.287 



9.281 



6 . HI 



■^■^73 



4UU 



%W2 



3. 3 1? 



2-718 



76,114 



603 

300 

3,473 

299 

64,20"; 

1,483 

5,692 

336 

1,993 

13,009 

1,099 

1,762 

379 

15,311 

2,240 

893 

779 

733 

1,645 

1,465 

2,336 

12,091 

7,328 

1,852 

350 

1,737 

US 

637 

542 

976 

13,556 

1,473 

60,429 

1,119 

319 

5,741 

849 

1,857 

8,052 

1,403 

533 

220 

762 

14,952 

994 

639 

1,639 

3,977 

558 

2,426 

271 



256 

1,557 

450 

1,311 



2,274 

20 

22,484 

177 

24 

34 

75 

14 

2 

54 

2,463 

262 

31 

90 

9 

77 

3 

26 

25 

223 

37 

3 

99 

8 

64 

116 

3 

40 

903 

306 

7 

87 

44 

55 

56 

7 

1 

4 

8 

11,103 

50 

1 

27 

67 

11 

74 

29 



36 

183 

U3 

11 

8,359 

159 

774 

39 

87 

1,875 

83 

218 

97 

811 

227 

98 

69 

58 

82 

1,081 

181 

3,201 

1,954 

434 

25 

133 

159 

70 

87 

651 

696 

120 

3,085 

107 

117 

586 

79 

524 

504 

158 

36 

45 

83 

417 

207 

422 

151 

1,425 

29 

eQ5 

62 



1,154 



184 

42 
163 

92 

4,423 

308 

514 

59 
203 
674 
362 

79 

54 
1,998 
449 
253 
208 
274 
168 
104 
476 
797 
975 
350 
110 
467 

83 
128 

61 

65 

1,843 

108 

5,787 

374 

80 

1,079 

259 

279 

1,365 

95 
175 

55 
237 
976 
241 

40 
399 
537 
170 
706 

36 



94 

11 

138 

35 

4,978 

135 

716 

55 

246 

711 

121 

51 

26 

1,019 

220 

115 

92 

101 

107 

88 

346 

1,153 

766 

221 

42 

195 

35 

68 

58 

73 

1,359 

62 

5,135 

139 

27 

614 

117 

160 

1,111 

118 

96 

24 

107 

431 

97 

51 

224 

437 

52 

216 

34 



13 

21 

4 

1,049 

49 

1,013 

28 

92 

104 

18 

3 

3 

1,538 

67 

36 

17 

5 

43 

15 

136 

1,464 

555 

19 

7 

85 

12 

24 

16 

12 

2,414 

9 

8,725 

28 

1 

666 

13 

17 

1,703 

172 

11 

13 
92 
9 
25 
36 
U 
71 
133 
11 



7 

2 

275 

8 

116 

14 

97 

5,901 

94 

1 

1 

420 

13 

2 

16 

15 

160 

7 

59 

89 

79 

14 

17 

36 

1 

6 

13 

1,009 

7 

4,418 

35 

1 

119 

6 

4 

225 

31 

16 

1 

24 

91 

3 

1 

69 

11 

13 

3 



691 
7 



2 

1 
15 

2 
483 
27 
604 
18 
17 
74 
10 

2 

1,797 

97 

19 

1 

3 

9 

3 

106 

429 

427 

65 

1 

32 

9 

10 

3 

5 

1,226 

1 

2,637 

7 

10 

321 

6 

16 

451 

62 

3 

9 
43 

7 
13 
15 
27 
11 
124 

4 



21 
3 

13 

4 

787 

11 
166 

14 

29 

52 

18 

3 

1 

611 

15 
9 
4 
4 

11 
2 

50 
708 

59 

15 
5 

51 
3 

15 
9 

14 

508 

1 

2,710 

10 
2 

59 
4 

16 
259 

38 
3 
1 
3 

75 
5 
5 

25 

47 
4 

23 
2 



5 

14 

19 

3 

1,185 

50 

125 

5 

47 

113 

12 

14 

10 

438 

22 

40 

12 

4 

25- 

9 

42 

257 

118 

141 

6 

23 

17 

37 

17 

10 

354 

6 

1,343 

17 

23 

72 

7 

55 

102 

12 

2 

15 

4 

82 

52 

4 

31 

254 

7 

74 

11 



26 
4 
28 
34 
1,410 
50 
23 
5 
22 
78 
37 

349 
15 

195 
56 
38 
52 
37 
43 
23 
54 
88 

118 
37 
15 
59 
27 
15 
25 
14 
95 
54 

236 
43 
14 

111 
29 
50 

126 
11 

21 
16 
39 
134 
23 

3 

U 

172 

29 

43 

7 



19 

1 
19 

3 
219 
20 
84 
10 
70 
64 
19 

1 

7 

388 

94 

12 

7 

9 
10 
17 
77 
240 
139 
11 

8 
19 

6 
10 

8 

22 

195 

7 

956 

32 

1 

179 

13 

13 

151 

7 
17 

3 
14 
43 
17 

2 
38 
28 
22 
32 

3 



36 

9 

1,168 
17 
16 

2 
50 
16 

1 
123 

2 

125 

23 

4 
14 

7 
14 

4 
34 
116 
51 
23 
14 
13 

1 

6 
17 

2 
53 

9 
818 

4 

3 
53 
10 
40 
67 
14 

3 

1 

5 
73 
14 

1 

20 
84 

1 
13 

3 



3 

5 

5 

2 

1,101 

13 

17 

4 

20 

38 

15 

530 

4 
51 
15 

3 
12 

7 
13 

8 
40 
37 
40 
10 

4 
32 

8 
10 

9 

5 

27 

20 

107 

10 

43 

17 

22 

40 

3 

9 

8 

16 

55 

5 

1 

23 

104 

8 

18 

1 



132 
1 



161 

28 

291 

78 

16,284 

454 

1,499 

83 

979 

3,224 

295 

386 

105 

3,457 

555 

238 

135 

200 

383 

101 

709 

3,477 

1,814 

475 

92 

492 

79 

173 

103 

99 

3,727 

166 

24,155 

306 

40 

1,742 

245 

586 

1,882 

675 

143 

43 

195 

1,337 

259 

70 

535 

740 

130 

672 

55 



105 
721 

425 



40 



37 



TABLE 12D. IMMI'~BANTS ADMITTED, BY SPECIFIED COU^-RIEG OF BIHTH ANn !I'>UM 
AND URBAN AREA AND CITYl YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 

/Rurali Population of less than 2,500. Urbani Population of 2,500 - 99,99'3. 
Cltlesi Population of 100,000 or troitj 



Class of plsc* and city 


All 
countries 


Mexico 


anada 


jermany 


United 
Kingdom 


Italy 


Cuba 


^oland 


Norway, 

reland Sweden, 

Denmark 


Japan Greece 


China 1/ 


PhlUo- 
plnes 


All 
other 


Total 


271,344 


41,632 


S2:038 


29,048 


22,717 


20,662 


14,287 


9.281 


6,541 


5,373 


a, 313 


3,392 


3,213 


2,733 


76,114 




21.344 


6.960 


2.751 


3.273 


1.912 


586 


259 


290 


209 


407 


652 


96 


127 


182 


3.750 


Urban 


99,153 


17,438 


5,653 


12,270 


10,107 


6,760 


3,437 


2,818 


1,992 


2,238 


1,701 


1,099 


6'.3 


34 3 


22,144 




145.217 


17.171 


12.308 


12.710 


10.413 


13.240 


9,880 


5.143 


4,332 


2.699 


1,825 


2,182 


2.400 


1.456 


48.458 




859 

520 

488 

371 

327 

836 

14,142 

934 

814 

887 

2,421 

7,323 

891 

398 

749 

444 

896 

363 

278 

1,993 

318 

6,225 

357 

574 

1,311 

10,917 

297 

320 

865 

1,093 

1,940 

590 

503 

269 

325 

261 

2,801 

733 

332 

375 

591 

426 

671 

1,397 

798 

270 

973 

46,338 

325 

921 

435 

579 

537 

1,564 

424 

917 

2,711 

860 

4 29 

597 

3,672 

1,111 

1,361 

690 

1,690 

267 

996 

7,447 

256 

1,557 

450 

3,367 


238 
325 

16 
139 

64 

67 
5,331 
193 
106 
200 
1,172 
525 
304 
192 

58 

1 

34 
4 

22 

1 

8 

2 

1,975 

37 
7 

26 
6 
5 
I 
1 

2 
101 
12 
10 
43 
32 


285 

62 

59 

50 

77 

238 

1,674 

92 

133 

128 

319 

749 

135 

64 

88 

37 

182 

30 

32 

67 

56 

383 

119 

117 

206 

412 

14 

42 

23 

72 

257 

100 

28 

67 

55 

58 

723 

179 

90 

29 

41 


61 

19 

48 

20 

23 

73 

772 

90 

62 

89 

101 

658 

65 

18 

160 

21 

42 

20 

15 

203 

56 

131 

23 

43 

62 

1,110 

18 

65 

39 

197 

103 

40 

9 

17 

26 

17 

263 

95 

63 

74 

143 

13 

47 

76 

69 

30 

140 

3,735 

21 

88 

45 

48 

126 

224 

74 

141 

363 

107 

17 

77 

68 

118 

lOB 

172 

145 

49 

314 

1,157 

i 
3- 

74" 


73 
24 
51 
16 
65 
99 
960 
41 
104 
57 
202 
598 
61 
33 
60 
26 
41 
55 
22 
246 
34 
137 
36 
46 
45 
538 
18 
26 
37 
142 
177 
109 
10 
12 
36 
29 
237 
66 
41 
48 
41 
36 
37 
32 
30 
29 
84 
3,015 
34 
119 
44 
64 
71 
154 
54 
66 
336 
110 
37 
61 
13 
63 
58 
55 
225 
It 
61 
61C 

; 
1"^ 

! 
264 


8 
6 
3 
7 
7 
5 
155 
27 
10 

14 

66 

200 

37 

3 
19 
98 
180 
89 
96 
92 

1 
31 

2 
12 

3 

1,197 

11 

5 

^9 

413 

27 

3 

39 

47 

51 

317 

9 

6 

19 

49 

96 

204 

253 

269 

56 

166 

6,225 

60 

276 

99 

175 

42 

230 

41 

11 

602 

261 

84 

16 

6 

16 

9 

4 

19 

3 

69 

512 

6 
- 

6C 


1 
4 

3 

1 

106 

6 
3 

8 
14 
6 

6 

27 
12 

7 

97 

38 

3,732 

132 

203 

316 

5 
HI 
25 
39 

4 

1 

1 

39 

9 

2 

12 

19 

60 

40 

108 

32 

5 

3 

4,139 

3 

8 

4 

26 

U 

22 

5 

4 

109 

17 

14 

17 

13 

30 

6 

3 

6 

4 

200 

691 

7 

i: 


8 
7 
4 

1 

4 

206 

11 

7 

6 

7 

37 

3 

24 

28 

120 

24 

10 

17 

1 

26 

3 

1 

2 

1,676 

27 

1 

6 

80 

68 

8 

4 

21 

42 

13 

242 

44 

7 

n 

IB 

86 

90 

146 

56 

37 

119 

1,911 

20 

29 

23 

44 

13 

162 

8 

7 

217 

29 

27 

11 

3 

7 

11 

5 

13 

2 

69 

275 

3C 


5 
5 
3 
5 
1 
18 
177 
7 
17 
19 
13 
161 
6 
6 
5 
11 
27 
20 
3 
29 
13 
14 
1 
1 
3 
509 
2 
6 
4 
25 
208 
23 
2 
10 
16 
3 
38 
3 
5 
7 
17 
9 
37 
65 
11 
6 
15 
2,236 
3 
25 
22 
31 
6 
29 
3 
9 
110 
38 
24 
7 

11 
26 
5 
15 
6 
6 
139 

1 
7 


7 

6 
13 

7 
11 
29 
191 
32 
23 
15 
21 
138 
12 

6 
22 

6 

4 

3 

1 
47 

6 
18 

1 

4 

8 
255 

3 

2 
17 
13 
37 
17 
45 

1^' 

2 

23 

87 

15 

3 

10 

4 

7 

4 

9 

3 

6 

945 

1 

10 

14 

8 

13 

19 

4 

22 

25 

5 

4 

13 

5 

17 

5 

44 

137 

37 

14 

139 

7 
25 


12 

3 
23 

9 

4 

26 

326 

U 

40 

64 

167 

16 

10 

27 

1 

2 

3 

22 
9 
9 
3 
3 
250 

88 
2 
8 

15 

14 
9 
3 

1 

3 
2 
2 

18 
B 
1 
3 

15 

1 

3 

1 

3 

6 

138 

1 

1 

4 

3 

11 

14 

10 

19 

29 

6 

2 

10 

8 

8 

17 

18 

63 

e 

13 

174 


11 

3 

4 
4 

31 
6 

2 

5 
10 
40 

6 

13 
10 
4 

6 

7 

70 

12 

4 

343 

50 

9 

4 

56 

62 

24 

1 

10 

9 

4 

70 

3 

3 

3 

9 

5 

31 

20 

5 

4 

11 

797 

3 

4 

3 

6 

8 

44 

8 

9 

34 

28 

1 
9 

e 
i: 

IE 

7 
18E 

1' 


11 
16 

23 
10 

5 

113 

67 

1 

59 

20 

612 

4 

11 

2 
5 
2 

50 
5 
1 

1 
102 
98 

3 
6 
25 
52 
6 
2 
1 
2 
1 
24 
8 
8 
2 
8 
2 
2 
9 
2 

4 
731 

6 

3 

9 

16 

4 

26 

30 

7 

9 

3 

6 

36 

10 

10 

54 

1 

6 

40 

31 


7 
1 

36 
31 
31 

3 

9 

38 

426 

5 

2 

8 

1 

1 

1 

20 

4 

3 

1 

330 

30 

2 

4 

6 
20 

3 

1 

2 

1 

14 
5 
1 
5 

10 

2 
3 

3 
69 

3 

4 
5 
14 
6 
9 
9 
6 

1 

5 

3 

10 

3 
44 

7 
■6 
77 

132 

1 

124 


138 




42 




234 




103 




61 




231 




4,029 
316 




329 




243 




340 




2,998 
231 




62 




248 




177 




276 




99 




89 




979 


Fla., Jacksonville 


92 
1,706 


St. Petersburg 


36 
131 




298 




2,471 




113 


Indianapolis 

La., New OrleanB 


136 
558 
338 




507 




226 


New Bedford 

Springfield 


394 
73 
74 




78 




692 


Mlnn>t Minneapolis 

St Paul 


203 
80 


Mo.» Kansas City 


179 




1 7 

5 23 
1 32 


102 


Jersey City 


145 

666 




2 

2 
237 

4 

2 

1 

12 

14 

3 

3 

9 

5 

7 

149 

3,442 

370 

919 

16 

18 

39 
660 

36 

1 

36 


17 
14 

207 
1,129 

152 

177 
77 
17 
40 

142 
65 

259 

128 
63 
20 
76 
30 
68 
60 
65 

646 

50 

73 

1,070 

39 

7 

1,280 


305 




63 




208 




21,031 


Niagara Falls 


27 
172 




96 




167 




166 




430 




139 




313 


Pa., Philadelphia 


720 
169 




183 




165 




82 




337 


San Antonio 

Utah, Salt Lake City 


U4 
177 

290 




84 




285 




2,005 


U. S. terr. and possi 


105 












511 







i/ Includes Formosa. 



38 



TABLE 13o IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES: 
1820 - 1961 1/ 

^rom 1820 to 1867 figures represent alien passengers arrived; I868 to I891 inclusive and 
1895 to 1897 inclusive immigrant aliens arrived; I892 to 189'* inclusive and from I898 to 
present time immigrant aliens admitted. Data for years prior to I9O6 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 ._/ 



Countries 



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 "2/ 

Portugal 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

U.S.S.R. 6/ 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 

India 

Japan £/ 

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. 



1820 



8.383 



7.691 



1 

20 

371 

968 

1,782 

268 

360 

3,6l'+- 
30 
^9 



5 

35 

139 

31 

1 



3 

'387' 



209 
1 

2 

11 



1821-1830 1831-18'tO l8'+l-l850 1851-1860 1861-1870 



301 



l't3.^39 



98,817 



169 
8,497 
6,761 

2,912 

170 

7,9'+2 

20 

50,72'+ 

'+09 

1,078 

91 

16 

l'*5 

2, '+77 

3,226 

20 

75 

3 



10 



599.125 



'+95. 



22 

1,063 

'+5,575 

152, '+5'+ 

7,611 

2,667 

185 

65.3't7 

h3 

207,381 

2,253 

l,'tl2 

1,201 

369 

829 

2,125 

'+,821 

7 

277 

'+0 



^+8 



39 



1,713,251 



1.597.501 



5,07'+ 

539 

77,262 

'+3'+. 626 

32,092 

3,712 

1.261 

229,979 

16 

780,719 

1,870 

8,251 

13,903 

105 

550 

2,209 

'+,6'+'+ 

59 

551 

79 



82 



2. 598,21'+ 



2, '+52, 660 



11,56'+ 



2,277 

'+,817 

3,83'+ 

105 

531 



16 
33,032 



33. '+2'+ 



13,62'+ 

6.599 

12.301 

hh 

856 



5'+ 
69,911 



35 
36 



11 
62, '+69 



'+1,723 
3,271 

13,528 

368 

3,579 



55 
55,1'+'+ 



'+.738 

3,7'+9 

76,35s 

951,667 

2'+7,125 

38,331 

6,319 

132,199 

31 

91'+, 119 

9,231 

10,789 

20,931 

1,16'+ 

1,055 

9,298 

25,011 

83 

'+57 

5 



2. 31'+, 82'+ 



2.065.270 



'+l.'+55 



'♦1,397 
'+3 



15 
7'+, 720 



59,309 
3,078 

10,660 

i+i+g 

1.22'+ 



210 
29,169 



7,800 

6.73'+ 

17.09'+ 

35,986 

787, '+68 

222,277 

38,769 

'+,313 

3'+l,537 

72 

'+35,778 

11,725 

9,102 

(71,631 

(37,667 
2,027 
2,658 
6,697 
23,286 
129 
2,512 



6'+, 630 

6't,301 

69 

186 

2 

72 



166,607 

153,878 

2,191 

9,01+6 

95 

1,397 



312 

36 

17,969 



39 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES: 
1820 - 1961 1/ (Continued) 



Countries 



1871-1880 



1881-1890 1891-1900 



1901-1910 



1911-1920 



1921-1950 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria) ^, 
Hungary ^ -^ 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 11/ 

Czechoslovakia 12/ 

Denmark 

Finland 12/ 

France 

Germany 2/ 

(England 

Great (Scotland 

Britain (V/ales 

(Not spec. ^ .. 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway hj 

Sweden h/ 

Poland '2/ 

Portugal 

Rumania 13/ 

Spain 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

U.S.S.R. 6/ 

Yugoslavia 11/ 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 

India 

Japan jj 

Turkey in Asia %/ 

Other Asia 

America 

Canada & Newfoundland ^ , 

Mexico 10/ 

V^est Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Other America 16/ 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand . . . 

Pacific Islands 

Not specified \hj 

See footnotes at end of table 



2,812,191 



3, 2^^6,613 



3,687.56't 



8.795,386 



5.735,811 



^.107.209 



2.272.262 



^.737.0^6 



3.558.978 



8,136,016 



't. 376. 56^ 



72.969 
7,221 

31.771 

72 , 206 

718,182 

'+37.706 

87.56J+ 

6,631 

16, 1^+2 

210 

'♦36,871 

55,759 

16, 5'+ 1 

95.323 

115.922 

12,970 

l'+,082 

11 

5,266 

28,293 

337 

39,28't 

1,001 

123,823 



353,719 
20,177 

88,132 

50,'t6'+ 

1, '+52, 970 

6'+U,680 

l't9,869 

12,6^*0 

168 

2,308 

655, '+82 

307,309 

53,701 

176,586 

391,776 

51,806 

16,978 

6,3't8 

it, '♦19 

81,988 

1,562 

213,282 

682 



123,201 
163 

67 
2't3 



'+0'+j04'4 



383, 6^+0 

5,162 

13,957 

157 

1,128 



358 

9,886 

1,028 

790 



592,707 

18,167 
160 

50,231 

30,770 

505.152 

216,726 

it i*, 188 

10,557 

67 

15,979 

388, it 16 

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 

'+1,635 
39,280 

65,285 

73,379 
3'+l,'t98 
388,017 
120,469 

17, '+64 

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 



(453,649 

(442,693 

33,746 

22,533 

3.426 

41.983 

756 

61,897 

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 



2.477.853 



32,868 

30,680 

15.846 

2,945 

102,194 

32,450 

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 



68,380 



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 



192.559 



21,278 

2,082 

83.837 

79.389 

5,973 



97,400 



29,907 
1.886 
33.462 
19,165 
12.980 



426,967 



393,304 

1,913 

29,042 

404 

2.304 



38.972 



361. 



3,311 

971 

33.066 

549 

1,075 



179,226 
49,642 

107,548 

8,192 

17,280 



1.143.671 



742,185 

219,004 

123,424 

17,159 

41,899 



1,516,716 



924,515 

459,287 

74,899 

15,769 

42,215 

31 



857 
7,017 

5,557 
789 



350 

2,740 

1,225 

14,063 



7,368 
11,975 

1,049 
33,523 



8,443 

12,348 

1,079 

1,147 



6,286 

8,299 

427 

228 



40 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADEG: 
1820 - 1961 y (Continued) 



Total Pt2 yrs. 
1820-1961 



Countries 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 12/ 

Austria ^ 

Hungary 2/ 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 11/ 

Czechoslovakia 12/ ...c... 

Denmark 

Estonia 12/ 

Finland 12/ 

France 

Germsiny 2/ 

(England 

Great (Scotland 

Britain (Wales 

(Not specified ^ 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 12/ 

Lithuania 12/ 

Luxembourg 1?/ 

Netherlands 

Norway hj 

Poland 2/ 

Portugal 

Rumania 13/ 

Spain 

Sweden ^ 

Switzerland 

Turkey in Europe 

U.S.S.R. 6/ 

Yugoslavia 11/ 

Other Europe 

Asia ly 

China 

India 

Japan 1/ 

Turkey in Asia 8/ 

Other Asia 



1931-19'+0 



52MIL 



3^8.289 



2,0'tO 
3,563 
7,861 
'+,817 
938 

l't,393 

2,559 

506 

2,1^6 

12,623 

n't, 058 

21,756 

6,887 

735 

9,119 

13,167 

68,028 

1,192 

2,201 

565 
7,150 
it, 7^+0 
17,026 
3,329 
3,871 
3,258 
3,960 
5,512 

737 
1,356 
5,835 
2,361 



llii^ 



;92r 

it 96 
1,9^8 

328 
7,6Mt 



19itl-1950 



1,035,039 



621,70't 



"B5 

24,860 

3,'t69 

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 

lit, 860 

10,100 

7,571 

7,'t23 

1,076 

2,898 

10,665 

10,5^+7 

580 

5it8 

1,576 

3,983 



1951-1960 



2,515.^^79 



1,328.293 



;?i,78Q 



16,709 

1,761 

1,555 

218 

11,537 



59 

67,106) 

36,637) 

18,575 

lO^t 

918 

10,98't 

185 

it, 925 

51,121 

't77,765 

156,171 

32,85't 

2,589 

3.88't 

it7,608 

57,352 

I85,it91 

352 

2it2 

es^t 
52,277 
22,935 

9,985 
19,588 

1,039 

7,89it 
21,697 
17,675 

2,653 
58't 

8,225 

8,155 



1961 



271.3^ 



108.532 



l'»7,'t53 

97w" 

1,973 

it6,250 

866 

88,707 



9 
1,11't) 

397) 

1,131 

3't 

212 

902 

'^3 

't7't 

'+,'+03 

25,815 

lit, 936 

3,587 

196 

12't 

3,12't 

5,738 

18,956 

8't 

125 
't2 
7,362 
2,20't 
6,25'+ 
3,852 

176 
1,737 
1,670 
1,697 

'tlO 

270 
1,188 

286 



1+2,112,305 



3't,683,l6't 



19. '^^ 



900 

292 

it, it 90 

296 

13,517 



2,193 

'+,277,358 

190,100 

66,369 

129,'+ 90 

352, 30*+ 

9't6 

27, '+95 

689,331 

6,752,109 

2, 92'+, 550 

786,3'+6 

92,388 

797,7'+9 

'+90,313 

'+,682,l'+5 

'+,981,331 

1,989 

3,251 

2,111 

328,258 

8^10, 09'+ 
'+38,565 
286,887 
159,236 
182,652 

l,25l,'+8o 
325,599 
159,516 

3,3'+'+,7'+9 
67,776 
't8,'t8't 



1.117.267 



't09,'+39 

13,899 

329,886 

206,7'+3 
157,300 



See footnotes at end of table. 



41 



TABLE 13. IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES: 
1820 - 1961 1/ (Continued) 



Total Ik^ yrs. 
1820-1961 



Countries 



1951-19'*0 1941-1950 1951-1960 1961 



America 

Canada & Newfovmdland ^ 

Mexico 10/ 

West Indies 

Central America 

South America 

Other America 16/ 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand . . . 
Pacific Islands 15 
Not specified IV 



160,037 



108,527 

22,319 

15,502 

5,861 

7,803 

25 



354.80't 



171,718 
60,589 
'+9,725 
21,665 
21,831 
29,276 



996.9't't 



377,952 

299,811 

123,091 

'+'+,751 

91,628 

59,711 



139.580 



't7,'+70 
'tl,it76 
20,520 

7,272 
19,095 

3,7't7 



^.892, 



3,602,368 

1,180,131 

6'tO,307 

122,8't2 

253,856 

92,790 



*♦ 



1,750 

2,231 

780 



7,367 

13,805 

5,^+37 

142 



14,092 

11,506 

4,698 

12,493 



1,851 

1,556 

325 

5 



49,370 

81,399 

21,605 

266,706 



1/ 



2/ 



5/ 
6/ 

2/ 

10/ 

11/ 



12/ 



13/ 

M/ 

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. 30j 
1850 fifteen months ended Dec. 31 and 1868 six months ended June 30. 

Data for Austrian-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 1920 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 1925. 



42 



TABLE l"*. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED, BJ COUNIBY OH REGION OF BIRTH: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE JO, 1952 - 1961 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 
1952-1961 



1952 



195? 



195't 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



i960 



1961 



All countries 



EurQ{>^ *... 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia • 

Deiunsrk • •• 

Finland ..., « 

France 

Germany •. 

Greece .••....•... ..o..... 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia •*.... 

Lithuania •, 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Swit7.erlftad 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) . 

United Kijigdom 

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

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China \/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia • 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

•Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines 

Ryiikyu Islands 

Other Asia 



North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other V/est Indies .. 
Central America . . . . 
Other North America 



Souch America 

Argentina 

Bv„zil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 



Africa 

Morocco 

Tunisia ^ 

Union of oouth Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 
New .Zealand . . 
Other Oceania 



Other countries 



2,581, 1()6 
1, '165. 228 



237,790 ?21,625 



326.867 



287638 
12,803 
26,923 
13,815 

6,721 
38,643 
3^3,129 
"•7,383 
61,090 
67,2'*7 
201,298 

8,852 

8,381 
'(8,630 
2't,6't2 
99,782 
23,3't6 
15,894 
12,029 
19,138 
17,458 

7,099 

219,098 

36,781 

52.399 

19,009 



203,190 

5.976 

1.539 

5,041 

1.345 

585 

3,454 

50,283 

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 



166.943 
^^\\% 

3,430 

13.825 

5,148 

1,904 

10,409 

48,739 

5,486 

8,527 

3,650 

20,073 

1.903 

7,924 

857.053 



286,155 

354,572 

90,724 

48,735 

49,489 

7,378 

84,912 



9.015 
1,421 

54 
153 

112 
223 

102 
206 
4,517 
288 
127 

175 

1,066 

68 
503 

48.092 



28,l4l 
9,600 
2,536 
4,187 
2,642 
986 

3.902 



17,512 
9.955 

20,390 

11,002 
8,957 
4,855 

12,241 

17.909 



2,321 
1,100 
2,316 
6,177 
5.995 

M35 



506 
465 
1,140 
691 
349 
195 
556 

847 



4,9! 

1.889 

1,948 

226 



77 

136 
263 
371 

_4^ 



"27? 

l4o 

35 

25 



1,862 
1,335 
2,173 
1,278 

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 

1,852 

1,272 

2,587 



111,463 



7.731 
1,536 



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 

1.811 

1,686 

519 

19,309 

2,01? 

1,432 

1,209 

11,335 



155 
115 
160 
125 
421 
2,393 
304 
115 
261 

1,160 

39 
849 

60,107 

28,967 

18,454 

3,509 

5.366 

3,056 

755 

4.691 



2,770 
177 
?08 
217 
249 
162 
515 

3,777 
346 
254 
324 

1.6?? 
105 
498 

77.772 



127.852 

1,117 
1,98? 

1,?21 

619 

?,4ll 

29,603 

6,311 

904 

5,975 
31,925 

'(25 

384 
3,732 
2,478 
4,697 
1,366 

988 
1,134 
1,546 
1,670 

566 

17,849 

1,731 

2.567 

1.522 

11.616 



691 
501 
1,?22 
945 
379 
220 
63? 

1,046 



27,055 

?7,456 

5,527 

5.472 

3,488 

774 



2,705 
160 
332 
185 
219 
159 
471 

3,984 
411 
315 
276 

1,784 
105 
510 

90,732 



152 

147 
292 
475 

496 



932 
590 
1,202 
1,061 
515 
500 
923 

1.367 



23,091 

50,772 

9,294 

?,205 

?.683 

687 

5.599 



179 
118 
210 
444 
416 

706 



961 
773 
1,226 
839 
622 
347 
831 

1.341 



333 

117 

46 

12 



154 
101 



205 

12? 
187 
369 
457 

595 



333 
141 
121 

55 



1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

^ Not reported separately prior to 1954. 



253.265 



260,686 



1 7?, 883 
4732? 
1,?70 
2,612 
1,41? 

677 

4,308 

38,390 

10,531 

2,261 

6,48? 

?9,789 

856 

908 
5,1?4 
2,548 
8,45? 
1,?96 
2,?28 

964 
1,906 
1,848 

764 

21,582 

?,984 

8.72? 

2,?29 



185,427 



17,02? 
4,450 
418 
?14 
449 
227 

16? 

857 

5,586 

814 
705 
?90 
1.87? 
126 
655 

119.417 



.,109 
1,520 
?,54l 
1,?7? 
675 
4,180 

45,2?0 
4,952 
8,705 
9,124 

19,051 
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 



29,533 

65,047 

14,953 

4,069 

4,981 

834 

6.84 6 



5,425 
546 
337 

3,091 
328 
180 

1,275 

6,554 
994 
648 
411 

1.996 
200 
807 

106,942 



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 



3,213 
342 
513 
?38 
433 
215 

1,681 

6,543 
528 

1,604 
366 

2,236 
209 

906 

80,788 



2,355 
1,145 
2,81? 
1,450 
689 
4,487 

31,422 
4,507 

30,098 
7,571 

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,?49 
1,697 

23.300 



139.670 



3^ 
9-70 

1,576 
739 
780 
458 

1,041 

1,626 



33,205 
49,154 
13.7?? 

4.?2? 

5,780 
749 

9.002 



2J^ 

1?1 

211 
457 
585 

800 



2,058 
1,274 
1,961 
1,002 
824 
411 
1,472 

1,871 



?0,055 

26,712 

11,581 

5,181 

6,575 

686 

11.039 



5,722 
844 
506 
960 
409 
238 

2,057 

5,851 
607 

1,720 
458 

2,633 
308 

1,007 

64,740 



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

754 
4,253 
31.768 
3,797 
7,257 
7.687 
14,9?? 

?5? 

482 
5.070 
2.5?? 
7,949 
6,968 

99? 
1,7?7 
2,?51 
1,896 

885 

24,64? 

2,472 

2,742 

1,225 

23.864 



127,749 



429 
173 
198 

28 



260 
149 
2'«5 
530 
687 

1,016 



2.665 
l.?60 
2,891 
1,193 
888 
572 
1,470 

.2^249 



2j7o57 

23,061 

7,021 

5,197 

5,808 

571 

9.792 



37551 

475 

391 

4,554 

429 

304 
1,608 
5,471 

536 
1.507 

511 
2,954 

372 
1,071 

85.075 



519 
237 
260 

17 



251 
144 
270 
707 
877 

1,210 



1,948 
1,180 
2,524 
1,130 
907 
678 
1.425 

2.8 



30,990 

?2,684 

8,28? 

5,764 

6,661 

69? 

13,048 



?i;v 

154 

266 

1,411 

690 

1,178 



2^878 
1,?99 
2,989 
1,576 
1,607 
779 
1,820 

2.526 



715 
222 
27? 

10 



646 
224 
?08 

10 



?55 
152 
298 
1,061 
660 

1.179 



671 
241 
267 

56 



1.7?5 
1.123 
1.978 
1.326 

689 
3,957 
29,048 
3.392 
1,466 
6,541 
20,652 

305 

548 
4,608 
2,353 
9,281 
3,960 

813 
1,812 
1,699 
1,673 

770 

22,717 

2,352 

1,989 

962 

21.??8 



3,215 
625 
421 

3,804 
471 
256 

1,318 

4,313 
658 

1,534 
498 

2,738 
371 

1,118 



103.388 



32.038 

41,632 

14,287 

7,971 

6,817 

643 

15. '♦70 



3.591 
1.44? 
?.559 
1.826 
2,086 
895 
2,070 

2,171 
276 

129 
?46 
643 
777 

1.204 



S25 
240 
339 

24 



43 



TABLE 15. 



NONIW«GRAbJTS ADMITTED, BY COUOTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH i 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1952 - 1961 



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



Country or region 
of hirth 



1952 



1954 



1955 



1956 



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 i/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan , 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines ... 
Ryukyu Islands 
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 

Morocco 

Tunisia 3/ 

Union of South Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 
New Zealand . . 
Other Oceania 



Other countries 



516,082 



485.714 



566.613 



620.946 



686.259 



1.024.945 



1.140.736 



3.582.663 



76,717 
67,167 
28,976 

101,513 
33,874 

264,924 

560,915 
68,153 
51,939 
87,431 

350,298 
8,962 
11,706 

234,429 
89,632 

109,421 
26,600 
30,823 

156,507 
95,385 

105,314 
31,706 

871,527 
48,895 
35,678 
34,171 

521.451 



204.679 



66.312 

7,274 
48,208 
18,813 
19,844 

7,662 
27,682 
155,877 

8,664 
17,955 
19,746 
69,903 

2,953 
50,558 



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 



4,688 
274 

2,717 
849 
804 
390 
782 

6,034 
815 
808 

1,214 

3,600 
165 

2,637 



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 

62,066 
4,095 
1,412 
2,147 

29 . 173 



242.460 



2.867.232 | 224.229 



433,834 
1,037,063 
639,401 
501,534 
216,516 
38,884 

614,469 



85,925 
83,143 

120,891 
27,704 
43,842 

173,627 
79,337 

77.843 



5,076 

2,157 

19,893 

27,860 

22,857 

168.506 



118,183 
36,767 
13,551 



2/ 



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

41.385 



4,325 

368 

3,007 

1,024 

839 

502 

940 

8,036 

782 

1,111 

1,383 

4,132 

196 

2,528 

184.582 



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

44.001 



4,458 
6,401 

10,022 
1.985 
3,030 

10,449 
5,040 

4.492 



118 

1,285 
1,957 
l,i32 

8.358 



4,173 
6,285 

12,320 
2,200 
3,296 

11,290 
4,437 

"■693 



181 

1,411 
2,014 
1,087 

7.986 



6,085 

2,008 

265 



36,068 7,162 



5,498 

1,911 

577 

8,098 



196 
5,311 
3,047 
6,888 
2,176 

18,517 

25,373 
4,014 
3,123 
6,083 

19,422 

834 

1,417 

12,918 
7,145 

10,394 
1,527 
2,606 

11,588 
7,427 
7,244 
2,164 

70.217 
4,263 
1,707 
2,859 

30.614 



274.355 



305.820 



5,151 
5,579 
3,537 
7,353 
2,320 

21,048 

33,226 
4,980 
3,943 
6,702 

27,532 
1,077 
1,623 

15,089 
7,771 

11,449 
1,619 
3,354 

13,050 
7,340 
8,518 
2,838 

69,166 
4,311 
2,173 
3,606 

38.449 



4,275 

362 

3,112 

1,097 

871 

635 

1,206 

8,027 

837 

1,270 

1,367 

4,786 

71 

2,698 



29.417 
76,244 
60,727 
37,448 
16,610 
3,416 

47.410 



6,081 
6,551 

12,631 
2.290 
3,134 

11,795 
4,928 

5.028 



201 

85 

1,704 

1,999 

1,039 

10.925 



7,281 
2.430 
1,214 

6.314 



5,338 

379 
3,792 
1,217 
1,113 

627 

1,398 

10,037 

745 
2,615 
1,505 
5,822 

107 
3.754 

JJSl. 



28,909 
76,155 
63,143 
40,196 
20,465 
3,310 

51,750 



7,335 
5,782 

13,679 
2,588 
3,619 

12,942 
5,805 

6.00B 



285 

134 

1,583 

2,438 

1,568 

12.694 



8,620 
2,701 
1,373 

5,512 



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 

11,846 
8,505 
8,967 
2,976 

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



361.744 



377.587 



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 



42.350 1 47.077 



6.355 

443 
3,568 
1,356 
1,417 

696 

1,928 

10,648 

673 
3,552 
1,738 
5,669 

102 
4,005 



6,230 

501 
4,273 
1,887 
1,723 

894 
2,407 
12,993 

648 
1,798 
1,785 
6,799 

165 
4,974 



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 



473.660 



543.906 



;65.1S9 266.621 



33,927 
96,866 
63,852 
44,567 
22,835 
3,141 

50.502 



6,423 
6,300 
9,818 
2,686 
3,937 
14,872 
6,466 

5.954 



293 

117 

1,192 

2,399 

1,953 

14.102 



9,871 
2,978 
1,253 

2.34; 



34,948 
106,695 
62,403 
38,977 
22,383 
3,215 

55.619 



7,809 
10,600 
8,313 
2.340 
4,505 
14,414 
7,638 

6.771 



439 

169 

1,403 

2,473 

2,287 



7,948 

802 
4,706 
2,068 
2,595 

871 
3,583 
15,039 

664 

1,995 

2,123 

10,058 

389 
6,296 

315.049 



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 

76.081 



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

66.106 



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

812 

3,819 

26,031 

872 

1,531 

2,474 

10,083 

611 
7,373 

364.504 



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 



8,863 
10,411 
11,062 

2,734 

4,783 
19,188 

9.065 

8.243 



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

78.196 



8,869 
1,317 
7,578 
3,432 
3,705 
1,067 
5,373 

29,731 
1,056 
1,504 
2,951 

10,435 

753 

8,286 



648 

227 

2,101 

2,857 

2,410 



10,783 
8,601 

13,071 
3,730 
5,207 

25,979 

10,825 

9-511 



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

89,714 



16.769 , 20.063 



696 

382 

2,481 

3,137 

2,815 

22.446 



12,758 
9,762 

16,069 
3,920 
5,842 

28,514 

12,849 

12.053 



963 

490 

3,090 

3,979 

3,531 

25.847 



11.650 I 14,131 
3,380 1 4,235 
1,739 1,697 



2,257 



1,379 



16,070 
4,707 
1,669 

547 



18,485 
5,564 
1,798 

1,705 



Includes Formosa. 

Includes Arab Palestine 

Not reported separately prior to 1954. 



44 



TABLE 15A. TEIIPORABY VISITORS ADmTl'ED, Blf COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE JO, 1952 - I96I 

/Aliens admitted under Sec, ^(2) of the Inmlgratlon Act of 192'*, aa amended, 
and Sec. 101 (a) tl^) (B) of the Immigration and Nationality Act_7 



Country or region 
of birth 



1952-1961 



1952 



1953 



195»* 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1958 



1959 



i960 



1961 



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.3.R. (Europe and Asia). 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 



Asia 

China 1/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Lebanon ....... 

Philippines . . . 
Ryukyu Islands 
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 

Morocco 

Tunisia ^ 

Onion of South Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 

New Zealand •. 
Other Oceania 



Other countries 



5.»0.7?6 



356.3?1 



306.71? 



35? ■75'' 



'101,090 



'<71.969 



557.760 



596. OCi 



689. 1416 



779.205 



MiiiZI 



2.itO'<.67't 



57.725 
1(1), 806 
20.862 
611,179 
21,267 

175,101 

iil6.'*06 
41,691 
1(3,666 
it8,8u 

239,78't 

7,1(89 

10,165 

163,'(59 
"(2.730 
86,837 
12,189 
25, "(08 
87,313 
67,932 
76,962 
19.987 

552.362 
31.5'(0 
24 . Qija 
21.061 

206.396 



11?|915 



21,029 
3.1(1(8 

20,305 
8,378 
6,327 
3,701 

l3,i(8i( 

64.259 
4.640 
2,159 

12.372 

25.550 
762 

14,482 

2.123.690 



205,193 
911,670 
497.775 
323.237 
154,530 
31,285 



65^325 
56,705 
87,611 
17,937 
30,490 
121,257 
50,528 

46,274 



3;i49l 

1,013 

14,360 

16,584 

11,168 

124,048 



89.663 

26,649 

7.736 

15,801 



^ Includes Formoaa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 

^ Not reported separately prior to 1954 



2,592 
2,535 
1,134 
2,918 

945 

9,866 

12,026 

1.624 

982 
1.951 
5,312 

266 

662 
5,994 
3,048 
5.741 

534 
1.620 
6,489 
3,830 
3,325 
1,230 
40,175 
3.833 

336 

945 

11.563 



113.266 



1.009 
102 

1,432 
548 
388 
178 
452 

2.574 

453 

69 

765 

2,016 
114 

1,413 

182,598 



2,149 

2,638 

1.415 

2.722 

940 

9.588 

11,354 

1,783 

1,412 

1,812 

6.198 

370 

754 

6.523 

2.583 

6.056 

534 

1,561 

6,870 

3,769 

3,612 

1,136 

33,203 

2,815 

487 

982 

ll,o;8 



73,873 
25,319 
51,825 
14,476 
9,442 
7.658 

30.299 



850 
139 

1,276 
557 
266 
202 
580 

2.892 

448 

91 

841 

1,940 

64 

892 

139.976 



137.314 
2,626 
2.986 
2.141 
3,642 
953 

10,050 

15,281 
2.172 
2.392 
2.228 

10.344 
647 
1.178 
7,731 
2,661 
7,810 
496 
2,059 
7,072 
4,666 
4,735 
1.190 

37,064 

2,968 

786 

1,346 

10,806 



171.600 



3,359 
4,812 
7,735 
1,30. 
2,158 
7,969 
2.964 

2.863 



12,610 
42.9''9 
50,082 
21,435 
10,363 
2,537 

31.744 



1.227 
124 

1.192 
478 
217 
24j 

705 

2,906 

450 

111 

844 

1.583 

24 

722 

160.784 



1755^^ 
3.516 
2,636 
4,280 
1,242 

12,646 

21,752 
2,587 
3,218 
3.147 

17.689 
909 
1.453 
9.919 
3.256 
9,145 
633 
2.797 
7.700 
4.819 
5.688 
1.735 

41,288 
2,747 
1,175 
2,067 

12.365 



207.762 



61 

905 

1,269 

628 

5,006 



3,033 
4,469 
9,946 
1,388 
2,534 
7,973 
2.546 

^t792 



12,195 
62,483 
47,121 
25,320 
11.149 
2,511 



1.281? 
161 

1,402 
560 
300 
306 
927 

2,902 
407 
132 
978 

1.S54 
39 

1,013 

167,206 



4,805 
3,644 
2.671 
5.1 ' 
1.605 

15.142 

32,623 
2,927 
3,381 
4,168 

23,804 
1,120 
1.326 

13.229 
4.286 
9,145 
828 
2,900 
7,929 
6.033 
6.606 
1.893 

45,326 
2,815 
1,844 
2,514 

14.801 



246.531 



3,726 
1.159 
121 

4,109 



9=r 

963 

1,200 

535 

''.977 



T:^27 
4.321 
9.495 
1,332 
2,070 
8,038 
2,583 

2.870 



10.330 
64.65* 
48,513 
27,386 
13,91i 
2,401 

3'' .742 



1,550 
208 

1.532 
643 
483 
357 

1.315 

3.899 
405 
158 

1,148 

1,938 
36 

1.129 

19". 63; 



6,702 
4,366 
2.576 
6.262 
2.115 

19.429 

43.223 
3,750 
3,154 
4,739 

29.509 
1.060 
1.189 

16,708 
4,576 
9.86 
1.060 
3.232 
8,753 
7,035 
7.676 
2.100 

48,905 
3,053 
2,788 
2,709 

18,856 



266,54 .6 
7,249 
4,762 
1.776 
7,122 
2.027 

20.175 

49.189 
4.213 
2.984 
5,3S6 

28.837 
816 
956 

20.167 
4.84} 
9,488 
1,453 
2,615 
8.! ' 
7,223 
8.855 
2.567 

56,408 
2,782 
3.271 
2,374 

20,830 



1,110 
349 

2,922 



101 
37 

1.170 
1,098 

464 

6.955 



3.297 
9.778 
1,524 
2,354 
8,718 
3,343 

3.589 



13,895 
86,125 
52,842 
28,525 
15,777 
2,468 

34,903 



,013 

230 

1.738 

881 

648 

465 

1,728 

5.451 

4o8 

168 

1.195 

2.486 

40 

1,425 

214.063 



4.72i 
1,449 
778 

2,559 



l52 
74 
1,124 

1,433 

816 
8.875 



4.604 
4.234 
7.173 
1,615 
2,656 
10,707 
3,914 

3.599 



13.194 
95,569 
55,765 
29,905 
17,007 
2.623 

40.405 



;623 

362 

1,803 

949 

708 

343 

2.297 

5.500 

439 

219 

1,346 

2.632 

90 

1.519 

240.466 



329.067 

5,693 
2.136 
9,383 
2,640 

22,801 

66,152 
6,222 
5.126 
7,392 

33.065 
743 
954 

24,119 
5,298 
9,877 
1.762 
2,698 

10,623 
9,284 

10,794 
2,790 

71.100 
3.140 
3.770 
2.670 

25.897 



388.962 



6,332 

1,863 

680 

2,713 



iSi 
75 

842 
1,436 
1.062 

10.055 



6. 090 
8.001 
6.076 
1.587 
3.118 
10.390 
5.135 

4,188 



15.720 
110.432 
61.216 
32.675 
17.788 
2,627 

''7.651 



3.064 

493 

2.451 

1.213 

936 

397 

2,615 

7.669 

466 

284 

1,640 

2,83s 

103 

1,728 

259.205 



"9>3 
7,138 
2,245 

11.061 
4.079 

26.269 

80.144 
7.655 
8.837 
8,698 

40,535 
803 
878 

28,908 
5,945 
9.507 
2,259 
2,829 

11,646 

10,045 

12,313 
3,026 

83,228 
3,642 
4,793 
2,83 

J2a29 



423.713 



7,403 

2,006 

646 

1,217 



227 

104 

1,040 

1.527 

1,290 

12.302 



6;t47 
7,546 
8,125 
1,861 
3,350 
13.883 
6.039 

?i °;5 



17.024 
123,223 
56.655 
39.954 
19,446 
2,903 

?2.28l 



3,416 

651 

3,317 

1,206 

1,167 

564 

3,648 

12,329 

524 

338 

2,023 

3,772 

112 

2,062 

265.002 



7.528 
2.132 

11,591 
4.681 

29,135 

84,662 
8,758 

12,180 
9,280 

44.491 
755 
815 

30.161 
6,234 

10,206 
2,630 
3.097 

11.233 

11,230 

13,303 
2,320 

95.665 
3,745 
5.692 
2,621 

''5.111 



"^7935 
2.379 



1,415 



3sr 

113 

1.536 

1.687 

1,316 

14.964 



5.465 
8,510 
2.414 
3.648 
17.579 
6.907 

5.735 



13.225 
133.845 
43.123 
45,975 
21,017 
2,817 

62,786 



3,993 

978 

4,112 

1,343 

1.214 

646 

4,217 

18,157 

660 

589 

2,092 

4,391 

140 

2,579 

294.758 



10.922 
3.073 
969 

514 



576 

181 

1,839 

1,857 

1,382 

17iO?3 



9,492 
6,565 

11,494 
2.717 
4.279 

19,449 
8,790 

7.152 



iFon 

167.062 

30.633 

57.586 

18.623 

2.740 

62 | ? 76 



■^3? 

201 

2.277 

2.282 

1.754 

20.071 



13,724 
7,995 
9,279 
2,197 
4,523 

16,551 
8,307 

8.453 



12.547 
3.589 
917 

178 



4.408 
999 

103 



Ti;5 

228 
2.664 
2,795 
1,921 

23»790 



"iStBSS 
5,613 
1,289 

71 



45 



TAOLE 16. NONl.MMICRAMTS ADMITTED, BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION UrtS 
AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTHi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, P61 

/Date exclude border cros?iers, crewmen, f.texlcan aqrlcultural laborers, 
Insular traveller, and returning residents, students and others pnterln9 without document^/ 



Country or region 
of birth 



« t( ki 
^^ o ^ 



f . 






All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denma rk 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hunga ry 

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 

Irag 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 3/ 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Philippines ... 
Ryukyu Islands 
Other Asia .... 



North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

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



South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Penj 

Venezuela 

Other South America 



Africa 

Morocco 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 
United Arab Republic . 
Other Africa 



Oceania 

Australia .... 
New Zealand . . 
Other Oceania 

Other countries 



l.S^O.Tl'j 



30.70^ 



ll6.1fi'3 



74 2.307 



A.'jAI 



3b. 072 



g.3fl3 



'■4.7(13 



1.949 



2a.34f 



591.271 



■ 711 



3'jl .002 



(1O.344 



12,167 
10,044 

3,0134 

15, ml 

6,111 

41,181 

109,520 

13,981 

13,396 

15,816 

61,494 

881 

938 

39,705 

11,393 

12,842 

4,672 

3,325 

24,465 

14,938 

17,753 

3,695 

136,021 

5,864 

7,310 

3,864 

86 . 53f. 



9,221 

1 ,7g2 
g, ^12 
J, no I 
3,426 
1,168 
6,246 
29,301 
1,372 
1,771 
3,206 
8,319 
394 
8,007 

407.565 



177 

304 

107 

173 

47 

1,021 

1,250 

78 

89 

74 

1,330 

6 

12 

396 

288 

380 

276 

117 

422 

408 

173 

235 

2,382 

541 

203 

102 

7.163 



1,170 

2,0o5 

314 

1,282 

345 

7,577 

11,675 

573 

556 

1,025 

5,276 

56 

125 

4,879 

1,087 

1,190 

257 

398 

1,627 

2,845 

3,232 

342 

23,331 

757 

363 

364 

17.466 



^,398 
5,463 
1,818 

10,309 
4,336 

21,558 

72,987 
8,185 

11,624 
8,255 

39,215 
699 
690 

25,282 
5,147 
9,015 
2,373 
2,699 
9,606 
8,385 

10,071 
1,978 

72,334 
2,938 
5,329 
2,257 

27.64 5 



642 

602 

220 

1,349 

551 

3,725 

6,313 

3,156 

293 

916 

8,051 

32 

34 

4,233 

3,099 

639 

940 

219 

10,301 

557 

803 

91 

11,958 

411 

333 

256 

6.773 



2.167 



6.72'' 



9.1,40 



30 
520 

17 
1 

21 
317 



51 

5 

286 

8 

577 

9 

59 

5 

.134 



71 

96 

57 

67 

63 

278 

498 

562 

102 

53 

403 

14 

22 

388 

201 

144 

50 

67 

260 

39 

135 

194 

765 

72 

72 

71 

8.792 



82 

130 

104 

99 

55 

772 

192 

68 

58 

72 

184 

1 

1 

215 

117 

90 

53 

32 

211 

134 

119 

70 

859 

679 

127 

99 



215 

71 

102 

180 

25 

547 

321 

101 

79 

153 

557 

17 

13 

331 

35 

262 

52 

54 

731 

109 

24 5 

48 

1,430 

160 

235 



13 

176 

261 

11 

3 
25 
64 

2 

5 
29 

7 
30 

5 

7 
18 
71 
22 
10 
349 
21 
16 

6 



988 

16 
349 
573 
763 

53 
257 
696 

40 
167 

55 

908 

5 

2,233 

5.12: 



561 
101 
1,224 
305 
186 
115 
587 
12,366 

88 
155 
264 
345 

30 
539 

13.089 



3,432 

377 

2,333 

1,038 

1,020 

531 

3,530 

5,791 

572 

434 

1,828 

3,546 

110 

2,040 

281.669 



1,590 
206 
591 
210 

33 

32 

352 

2,208 

100 

63 
489 
449 

95 
265 

26 . 507 



15 

14 
3 

12 
6 

76 

1,959 

5 

7 

2 

33 
2 

12 



1,547 
470 

1,947 
101 
839 
253 
333 
957 
215 
472 
203 
488 
71 
890 

16.847 



166 
15 

253 
84 
50 
22 
45 

129 
25 
35 
43 

105 
2 

272 



43 

7 

163 

113 

20 

3 

103 

755 

4 

21 

14 

54 

5 

79 

35.443 



270 
237 

35 
460 
319 
977 
1,562 
259 

40 
125 
584 
9 
5 
501 
327 
169 

55 

13 
391 
411 
400 
482 
1,565 

33 
286 
113 

8.699 



66.183 



34 
12 
6 
2 
17 
175 
5 

la 

10 
2 



335 

23 

1,579 

499 

308 

85 

160 

2,217 

113 

313 

118 

1,409 

44 

1,436 



1,097 

960 

316 

1,193 

330 

4,351 

13,395 

955 

546 

5,079 

5,467 

45 

30 

3,360 

1,492 

884 

531 

155 

347 

1,812 

2,263 

202 

19,767 

191 

287 

517 

4.852 



1 
5 

32 

1 

159 

45 

15 

2 
25 



55 
13 
3 
10 



35 
153 



466 
55 

26: 

57 
171 

61 

635 

2,036 

124 

75 
174 
476 

30 
130 

25.264 



57,333 
185,175 
43,934 
91,365 
25,228 
3,430 

89.786 



1,141 

2,778 

31 

392 

565 

165 

5.062 



1,087 
4,558 
1,652 
4,744 
775 
273 

6.217 



17,027 
162,504 
23,981 
52,042 
17,848 
2,467 

56.359 



17,242 
12,450 
13,906 
3,231 
6,489 
24 , 1 34 
12,284 

15.090 



779 
1,843 
331 
173 
377 
903 
556 

1.354 



2,523 
1,346 
486 
115 
190 
747 
"ilO 

1.721 



11,201 
6,649 
8,793 
2,082 
4,333 

15,804 
7,497 

6.732 



6,198 
5,613 
1,137 
11,934 
I ,404 
221 

9.801 



7,497 
4 ,766 
961 
1,336 
1,708 
79 

2.395 



172 
246 
197 
192 
218 
46 



19,352 

733 

4 55 

14,783 

73 

47 

331 



469 

482 

2,096 

244 

738 

4,313 

1,459 



1,252 
553 
3,643 
4,607 
5,035 

29.316 



41 
105 
215 
292 
701 



83 

41 

751 

517 

319 



762 

137 

1,903 

2,278 

1,602 

18.835 



20,497 
6,853 
1,965 



726 

171 

10 



3,907 
804 
244 



12,981 
4,809 
1,045 

65 



13 

124 
432 
296 

2.507 



156 
247 
433 
109 
165 
1,563 
217 

1 .231 



181 
303 
121 
71 
93 
113 
360 



22 

3 

191 

376 

639 



71 

12 

47 

192 

436 



73 
142 
21 

8 

1 

38 

41 

JLD. 



735 

665 

23 

235 

390 

24 

1.933 



3,975 
3,121 
10,423 
4,350 
3,241 
149 

5.731 



144 



115 
5 



15 
4 
3 



36 
529 
219 
72 
132 
120 
495 

1.539 



1,411 
890 

1,380 
354 
444 

56' 
737 

489 



114 
170 
178 
277 
800 



16 
167 
169 

95 



1,558 
692 

257 



192 

61 
248 



308 

98 

6 



433 

137 
137 



1/ Excludes 294,149 Mexican agricultural laborers. 

2/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine* 



46 



TABLE 17. rJONimiGRArrrS ADMITTFU, RY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION UWS 
AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, in*=.l 

/Data exclude border crossers, crev/men, l-texican agricultural laborers, 
Insular travellers* and returnim residents, st'idents and others enterlni^ without documents/ 



Country or 
region of 

last 
permanent 
residence 


Number 

ad- 
mitted 


C w 

1^ 

u, c^ o 


n u w 

t. O 01 

s..t:.s 

6 u> U) 


O 

U U1 0) 

^- ■> a. 


C 01 


aj u 
■a Q 

> 

^ c 

m -D 

k. c 

H ™ 


c 

^1 


c .J 

O ru 
tJ C 

c m 

** a 
c a> 

" h 


> «3 

T) in a. 
tH tf ai 

He 


m c 
+J rr C 
C "* o 

u ^ e 

or ■.- O 


c o 


c 

ID 

T 
C V 

-. c 
C V 

K K 


1) *j 

^ ° o C 
^ >n ■-• at 

^ ..- o OJ ^ 
H 5 x o o 




^.220.315 


30.704 


116.155 


742.307 


105.888 


4,549 


35,072 


9,383 


44,253 


1,?49 


24,346 


103,931 


755 


3 




306.164 


10.716 


64.385 


167.189 


35.025 


2.066 


3.350 


4,621 


5.794 


1.295 


9.412 


1.736 


5J5 






3,751 

6,151 

586 

7,614 

3,571 

2B,808 

43,249 

6,41B 

320 

4,777 

22,700 

29 

35 

17,949 

3,227 

2,069 

1,333 

392 

9,654 

11,558 

12,006 

1,987 

106,141 

2,434 

2,221 

1,680 

74,054 


140 

315 

77 

172 

43 

1,049 

1,112 

65 

73 

58 

1,333 

4 
429 
285 
311 
276 

98 
371 
388 
183 
230 
2,931 
498 
190 

85 

7,216 


612 

2,016 

38 

1,044 

279 

7,597 

10,065 

378 

40 

839 

4,750 

3 

7 

4,233 

967 

64 

220 

43 

963 

2,824 

3,272 

189 

23,074 

339 

219 

260 

17.341 


2,176 

2,859 

213 

4,153 

2,524 

14,289 

24,311 

2,312 

118 

3,104 

10,920 

15 

18 

9,506 

3,247 

1,200 

757 

78 

2,949 

6,928 

6,686 

716 

55,205 

507 

952 

926 

21.840 


234 

342 

77 

1,257 

24 5 

2,633 

3,197 

2,559 

20 

335 

3,547 

5 

1 

2,469 

2,961 

135 

408 

35 

3,885 

564 

504 

36 

9,032 

240 

118 

87 

4.930 


10 
30 

3 
30 

3 

23 

500 

16 

16 
326 

51 
25 

1 

50 
5 

276 
3 

587 

59 
2 

2,197 


32 

71 

2 

61 

50 

232 

399 

525 

1 

49 

269 

127 
195 
33 

38 
4 
176 
90 
134 
184 
573 
22 
38 
40 

8.581 


33 

176 

94 

88 

61 

943 

135 

58 

54 

59 

207 

1 

203 
113 
74 
39 
75 
149 
133 
735 
61 
810 
655 
124 
97 

1,200 


171 

51 

74 

171 

19 

552 

721 

93 

6 

144 

520 

1 

3 

296 

73 

153 

2b 

43 

590 

113 

251 

38 

1,206 

110 

215 

49 

1.430 


11 

27 

3 

77 

18 

203 

756 

7 

5 

26 

65 

1 
34 

7 
14 

2 

3 
10 
70 
18 

5 

399 

10 

13 

5 

291 


260 

226 

1 

461 

317 

1,043 

1,520 

262 

121 

561 

1 

1 

514 

321 

71 

51 

5 

363 

427 

420 

477 

1,623 

3 

265 

98 

9.700 


20 

15 

4 

20 

6 

161 

505 

40 

3 

25 

170 

2 

4'. 

14 

1 

17 

3 

48 

15 

25 

14 

581 

17 

33 

323 


2 
4 

30 

1 

133 

28 

13 

1 

14 
10 

- 

33 
115 


_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 


Finland 


_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




„ 


Latvia •■■■• 


_ 




- 




_ 




_ 




„ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 


Turkey {Europe and Asia) 


- 




- 




_ 




_ 


China 2/ 


3,141 
3,250 
7,459 
1,804 
3,066 

751 

3,759 

26,621 

677 
1,620 
1,624 
7,650 

307 
7,32= 

697.02: 


960 

11 
277 
543 
761 

49 
475 
697 

37 
169 

50 

909 

3 

2,270 

5.493 


205 
249 
968 
172 
170 

58 

1,235 

12,381 

41 
132 
219 
892 

34 
534 

13.320 


467 

1,188 

1,942 

246 

893 

281 

5,320 

5,236 

183 

393 

704 

3,241 

96 

1,650 

459.834 


335 

64 5 

367 

90 

26 

13 

442 

1,908 

97 

66 

216 

462 

95 

199 

42.943 


13 
2 
5 

i 

148 

1,964 

2 

5 

1 

31 

15 

161 


739 

1,051 

1,954 

93 

915 

237 

456 

999 

193 

466 

222 

499 

24 

355 

18.273 


115 
31 

227 
83 
48 
20 
58 

121 
26 
34 
53 

109 
2 

273 

1,790 


19 

9 

143 

103 

21 

7 

217 

753 

4 

18 

12 

53 

6f 

35.441 


4 

19 

10 
6 
2 

37 

177 

3 

18 
8 
2 

5 

250 


275 

50 

1,527 

456 

305 

79 

313 

2,251 

98 

307 

131 

1,413 

44 

1,441 

2.333 


3 
14 
29 

9 
14 

3 

9 
144 

3 
11 

8 
37 

9 
27 

101.455 


1 

1 
3 

229 


- 


India • • 


_ 




_ 


Iran ■••■■■■••■••■•■••••••■■••• 


_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 


Jordan 3/ o 


: 




- 




_ 




- 




3 




223,931 
202, 5o; 

34,822 
101,093 

23,051 
101,526 

108.467 


1,376 

2,992 

93 

417 

588 

127 

5.057 


3,549 
5,901 
1,653 
6,261 
903 
43 

8,912 


171,?t7 

179,113 

29,515 

52,007 

17,282 

659 

67.420 


17,053 
7,429 
1,618 

15,013 

1,726 

99 

19.895 


42 
15 

57 

47 

99 


3,303 
4,395 
952 
1,952 
1,733 
33 

3.198 


210 
304 
199 
190 
236 
81 

1.240 


20,323 
79'- 
4 33 

14,80C 
71 

334 


30 

137 

15 

11 

2 

5 

67 


972 
703 

17 
226 
395 

30 

1,994 


117 
263 
316 
226 
125 
100,403 

238 


1 

27 

83 

2 


1 




_ 




_ 




I 




_ 




1 




_ 




18,02R 
14,341 
14,479 
3,012 
7,220 
39,591 
11,796 

11.558 


754 
1,845 
311 
170 
377 
962 
638 

1.300 


3,068 
1,925 
545 
120 
290 
1,951 
903 

1.579 


12,722 
8,293 
9,419 
2,148 
5,074 

22,171 
7,593 

4.545 


573 
879 

3,240 
321 

1,045 
12,295 

1,535 

498 


59 
4 

27 
1 
2 
5 
2 

15 


170 
312 
439 
96 
170 
1,807 
204 

1.177 


159 
313 
105 
64 
89 
145 
349 

732 


55 
14= 
24 

6: 

2: 

i2e 


23 
71 
4 

1 

13 
3 

19 


377 
556 
223 
73 
132 
130 
503 

1.479 


33 
39 
40 
13 

33 
3R 
42 

36 


1 
1 

2 


- 




_ 




_ 




_ 




- 




- 




_ 




. 




659 

353 

3,535 

2,259 

4,752 

32.983 


37 

98 

213 

262 

590 

912 


63 

11 

922 

210 

373 

5. 528 


291 

62 

1,908 

821 
1,463 

21.451 


39 
5 

75 
153 
225 

3.565 


1 

5 
3 
1 

7 


20 

1 

178 

355 

623 

482 


70 
5 

37 
176 
494 

250 


2C 

2; 

6« 

13f 


1 

6 
8 
3 

23 


104 
159 
159 
257 
791 

423 


5 

1 
8 

22 

93 


1 
1 

2 


- 




_ 




_ 




_ 




_ 








22,931 
7,950 
2,202 

64 


741 
164 

7 


4,516 
947 

265 


14,745 
5,468 
1,238 

28 


2,047 
1,149 

370 

30 


6 
1 
3 


181 

51 

250 

1 


199 
45 


lU 

1- 


25 
2 
1 


327 

97 
4 


33 
7 
53 


1 
1 


- 


New Zealand .,., 


- 




- 




. 







2/ Includes Formosa. 

3/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



47 



to 

Eh 

<; 

H 
W 

8 



\^ 



o 



ON 



9 



OO 

so 



1> 

On 



10 

ON 



ITN 

ID 
On 



O 

J- 
-d- 



O 

J- 



ON 



lA 
O 



iTN ^ in I ^2 

rH KN CO vO 



o 



o 

CO 



O 



rvj f\j ON 

rH NO ^ 

CO ON 



LTN 
KN 
lA 

l>- 

J- 



AJ 
ON 
CO 



ON 

ON 



(M NO 
H lA 



o 

NO 



CNI 
CM 



lA 
OO 
'O 



CX3 



CA lA lA r~- "^3 
CO ON N^ fvj nO 

O -1 



lA 
OO 
ON 






J- 

SO 



» 



S^ 



f\j 

o 

lA 

J- 



lA 
rH 
O 



-d- 
rvj 



rg 
fA 



O 
O 
O 



1^ 
rA 
CO 



ON 



ON 
ON 

C^ 
(A 
rA 



1>- 

NO 



tA 



oo 

-rl- 



00 
OO 

-d- 



tA 
LPi 

^A 
(M 



I 

OJ rH 
lAND 

ON ON 



NO 
O 

lA 



NO 

o 

NO 

OO 



NO 



lA 



J- 

lA 
tA 



^cR 



J- 
OO 



00 



o J- 

l>- rA 

ON rH 

oO OJ 

O \o 

J- 



CO 
OO 

rA 



rA 



O 



o 

tA 



VO 
ON 



CN- 






a 

Vi <D 

o a 

m 



(0 



O 



X 



tiJ 

a 

o 



3 
O 






(1) 

a 
o 

M 

(0 
■H 



cS 






10 



■H 

CO 






la 

9 



d 



p. 
at 



v 
a 

p< 



a, 



0) 

a 

(U 






.a 

p, 

CO 



48 



TABLE 19. ENTRIES OF ALIEN AND CITIZEN BORDER CROSSERS OVER INTERNATIONAL LAND BOUNDARIES, 
BY STATE AND PORTl YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 
^ach entry of the same person counted separately^/ 



State and port 



All persons crossing 



Tatai 



Aliens 



Citizens 



State and port 



All persons crossing 



Total 



Aliens 



Citizens 



All ports jj 

;anadian border 

Alaska 

Anchorage 

Eagle 

Fairbanks 

Haines 

Juneau 

Ketchikan 

Northway ....••••.•••••••• 

Skagway .*•.•••«•••«.«■«•• 
Tok 

Idaho ■ ••... 

Eastport 

Porthill 

Illinois 

Chicago 

Maine 

Bangor 

Bridgewater 

Calais 

Ferry Point ....«••••... 
Milltown Bridge •■•••.•• 
Union Bridge 

Coburn Gore • 

Daaquam •••,.......• 

Easton > 

Eastport •• 

Estcourt •••* 

Forest City 

Fort Fairfield 

Fort Kent 

Hamlin 

Hodgdon 

Houlton 

Jackman ••••••••...■ 

Limestone ...•...■•• 

Littleton ■. 

Lubec 

Madawaska *•■ 

Mars Hi 11-Knoxf ord Line .. 

Mcntlcello 

Orient 

St. Aurelie 

St. Juste 

St. Pamphile ...•.•••..... 

Van Buren 

Vanceboro «...., 

Michigan 

Algonac 

Detroit 

Ambassador Bridge 

Detroit and Canada Tlinnel. 

Detroit City Airport ... 

Detroit Metropolitan 
Airport ••••..••■ 

Detroit River and River 
Rouge Terminals 

Kean's Detroit Yacht 
Harbor 

Michigan Central Depot . 

Ecorse 

Grosse He 

Marine City 

Port Huron 

Black River 

Blue Water Bridge 

Canadian National 

Railway Station 

Marysville 

St. Clair County Airport 



160,294,175 



92,259,659 68,034,516 



56,624,149 



30,626,879 25,997,270 



80.911 



1,236 

287 

5,043 

3,636 

2,627 

6,290 

1,238 

13,758 

46,796 

446.312 



11.348 



320,662 
125,650 

33.840 



234 

73 

287 

1,149 

418 

4,145 

23 

1.742 

3,277 

327.239 



33,840 



8.641.058 



231,186 
96,053 

4.478 



60,183 
179,507 
2.275.058 



5.601.529 



33,581 
115,948 
1.531.813 



1,727,245 

345,003 

202,810 

105,332 

31,646 

35,110 

47,580 

14,960 

14,411 

459,968 

648,759 

190,218 

7,367 

440,101 

299,651 

175,226 

9,033 

74 , 030 

2,234,615 

8,347 

10,340 

35,738 

28,026 

24,028 

51,725 

888,425 

291,674 

12.559.753 



94 , 626 
9.067.238 



1,137,498 

244,423 

149,892 

75,387 

29,434 

17,164 

38,643 

10,723 

10,617 

272,609 

394,228 

138,719 

6,481 

291,389 

173,681 

92,607 

8,183 

57,526 

1,445,782 

5,557 

7,140 

26.08B 

21,094 

20,012 

42,009 

531,818 

203,296 

6.152.250 



70,233 
4.445.761 



3,168,721 

5,797,224 

1,702 

2,619 

3,644 

13,079 
80,249 
10,473 
9,369 
92,107 
2.264.801 



4,238 
2,183.996 

71,004 
4,540 
1,023 



1,151,354 

3,243,008 

348 

780 

661 

4,073 

45,537 

8J2 

301 

60,182 

1,070.460 



2,412 
1,021,126 

45,201 

1,403 

318 



69.563 



1,002 

214 

4,756 

2,487 

2,209 

2,145 

1,215 

12,016 

43,519 

119.073 



89,476 
29,597 

29.362 



29,362 
3.039.529 



26,502 

63,559 

743,245 



589,747 

100,580 

52,918 

29,945 

2,212 

17,946 

8,937 

4,237 

3,794 

187,359 

254,531 

51,499 

886 

148,712 

125,970 

82,619 

850 

16,504 

788,833 

2,790 

3,200 

9,550 

5,932 

4,016 

9,716 

356,507 

88,378 



24,393 
4 .621.477 



2,017,367 

2,554,216 

1,354 

1,839 

2,983 

9,006 

34,712 

9,641 

9,063 

31,925 

1,194.341 



1,826 
1,162,870 

25,803 

3,137 

705 



Michigan (Cont'd) 

Roberts Landing 

St. Clair 

Jefferson Beach Marina . 

St. Clair 

Sault Ste* Marie .....••.. 

Alpena 

Cheboygan 

Detour 

Escanaba ..•■«.•••• 

Houghton ...•.....•••... 

Mackinac Island 

Marquette .......•■>•••. 

Rogers City • 

Sault Ste. Marie 

Minnesota 

Baudette 

Crane Lake •.......• 

Duluth 

Ely 

Indus 

International Falls ...... 

Lancaster ......•• • 

Noyes •.•.*••• 

Oak Island 

Pigeon River 

Pine Creek • • 

Ranier 

Roseau 

St. Paul 

Warroad 

Montana •..*. 

Babb 

Chief Mountain 

Cut Bank (Airport) 

Del Bonita 

Great Falls (Airport) .... 
Havre ...•...•..••••.••••. 
Morgan ..........•••...•.. 

Opheim ••.....•.. 

Raymond 

Roosville •••*... 

Scobey 

Sweetgrass 

Turner ....«•••... 

Whltetail 

Whitlash 

New Hampshire 

Pittsburg 

New York .........■••••.•••. 

Alexandria Bay .•■..•.•■.. 
Buffalo 

Black Rock 

Buffalo Seaport 

Greater Buffalo Internat- 
ional Airport 

Peace Bridge 

Cannons Corners .••■...... 

Cape Vincent 

Champlain ...« 

Chateaugay ...•.••••••*••. 

Churubusco ......•••••.... 

Clayton 

Fort Covington 

Hogansburg ...•••••• 

Jamison's Line .••••••.... 

Lewi St on • 

Massena •.••••...••• 

Mooers 

Morristown 



102,031 
40,352 



57,914 
23.146 



44,117 
17.206 



2,922 

37,430 

878.756 



239 

22,907 

423.421 



2,683 

14,523 

455.335 



920 

73 

2,237 

641 

1,587 

854 

1,688 

1,814 

868,942 

1.672.087 



129,977 

4,896 

2,378 

16,390 

675 

688,890 

19,542 

364,815 

2,584 

257,482 

66,281 

7,458 

28,931 

2,176 

79,611 

722,524 



141 

2 

48 

515 

485 

61 

1,469 

57 

420,643 

876,964 



779 

71 

2,189 

126 

1,102 

793 

219 

1,757 

448,299 

795,123 



163,720 
71,121 
603 
13,284 
14,088 
17,892 
11,618 
11,462 
69,955 
43,124 
19,899 

251,898 
18,139 
13,089 
2,632 

35.419 



90,665 

978 

388 

2,650 

443 

292,200 

12,167 

242,795 

1,351 

107,178 

45,969 

860 

22,516 

266 

56,538 

446,166 



99,386 

24,280 

121 

6,889 

5,218 

12,985 

9,504 

7,945 

47,680 

23,408 

14,730 

168,069 

13,168 

11,058 

1,725 

17.459 



39,312 

3,918 

1,990 

13,740 

232 

396,690 

■? 7,375 

122,021 

1,233 

150,304 

20,312 

6,598 

6,415 

1,910 

23,073 

276.358 



35,419 
21.864.963 



79,919 

9,055,514 

218,719 

403 

4,744 

8,831,648 

35,385 

24,400 

2,343,335 

101,541 

34,638 

82,779 

238,344 

252,366 

10,973 

574,617 

784,682 

214,767 

1,184 



17,459 



10.173.908 



39,831 

2,529,399 

69,458 

50 

1,423 

2,458,468 

25,722 

11,561 

1,601.070 

66,959 

19,433 

12,729 

118,649 

156,959 

6,413 

354,575 

519,515 

132,533 

571 



64,334 

46,841 

482 

5,395 

8,870 

4,907 

2,114 

3,517 

22,275 

19,716 

5,169 

83,829 

4,971 

2,031 

907 

17,960 



17.960 



U.69t,055 



40,088 

6,526,115 

K9,251 

353 

3,321 

6,373,180 

9,663 

12,839 

742,255 

34,682 

15,205 

70,050 

119,695 

95,407 

4,560 

320,042 

265,167 

82,234 

613 



49 



TABl£ 19. ENTRIES OF ALIEN AND CITIZEN BORDER CROSSERS OVER INTERNATIONAL LAND BOUNDARIES 
BY STATE AND PORT i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 
^ach entry of the same person counted separately^/ 
P 



State and port 



New York (Cont'd) 

Niagara Falls 

Municipal Airport ..•••• 

Rainbow Bridge •«■• 

Whirlpool Rapids Bridge. 

Ogdensburg 

Rochester 

Municipal Airport 

Port Authority 

Rouses Point 

Syracuse ••«.. 

Thousand Island Bridge ... 

Trout River 

Waddington 

Hatertown (Airport) 

Youngstown 

North Dakota 

Ambrose 

Antler 

Carbury 

Dunselth 

Fortuna 

Grand Forks (ttjnic. Airport) 

Hannah 

Hansboro 

Maida 

Minot 

Neche 

Noonan 

Northgate 

Pembina 

Portal 

St. John 

Sarles 

Sherwood 

Walhalla 

Westhope 

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 



All persons crossing 



Total 



5.319.846 



386 

3,983,839 

1,335,621 

568,691 

605 



588 

17 

585,056 

8,117 

934,247 

501,033 

14 

1,842 

10,968 

1.113.867 



21,559 

15,328 

18,398 

98,413 

12,742 

2,807 

14,847 

30,145 

24,512 

2,327 

143,301 

56,044 

55,928 

212,013 

201,606 

46,207 

15,926 

34,473 

66,416 

39,875 

32.779 



21,626 

10,723 

430 

3.812.745 



124,582 

62,841 

235,711 

158,403 

4,105 

89,763 

886,169 

65,391 

885,806 

38,898 

10,935 

258,896 

393,323 

367,527 

63,349 

167,046 

4.795.458 



67,805 

2,995 

?, 925, 559 

57,164 
199,456 
167,273 

58,639 

14,539 
338,736 
347,998 



Aliens 



2.999.262 



235 

2,191,024 

808,003 

390,430 

051. 



140 

11 

388,603 

3,338 

439,596 

349,810 

9 

494 

6,296 

697.953 



16,348 
10,145 
16,188 
44,179 

7,916 
780 

9,314 

13,817 

14,620 

570 

98,568 

37,006 

34,708 

135,722 

125,697 

26,490 

5,808 
24,590 
45,095 
30,392 

11.891 



11,233 
484 
174 

2.374.854 



71,172 

49,727 

137,954 

116,893 

1,111 

44,221 
550,686 

49,113 
545,917 

21,024 

9,830 

160,315 

270,584 

216,056 

35,223 

95,028 

3.492.580 



18,075 

822 

.177,113 

31,336 
171,728 
113,434 

39,509 

10,000 
301,779 
230,490 



Citizens 



2.320,584 



151 

1,792,815 

527,618 

178,261 

454 



448 

6 

196,453 

4,779 

494,651 

151,223 

5 

1,348 

4,672 

415,914 



5,211 

5,183 

2,210 

54,234 

4,826 

2,027 

5,533 

16,328 

9,892 

1,757 

44,733 

19,038 

22,220 

76.291 

75,909 

19,717 

10,118 

9.883 

21,321 

9,483 

20.888 



10,393 

10,239 

256 

1.437.891 



53,410 
13,114 
97,757 
41,510 
2,994 
45,542 

335,483 
16,278 

339,889 

17,874 

1,105 

98,581 

122,739 

151,471 
28,126 
72,018 

1.302.878 



49,730 
2,173 

748,446 
25,828 
27,728 
53,839 
19,130 
4,539 
36,957 

117,508 



State and port 



Washington (Cont'd) 

Port Angeles 

Seattle 

Spokane (Felts Field) 
Sumas •••••• 

Wisconsin »•• 

Milwaukee 

Canada •• 

Montreal, Quebec .*•• 
Toronto, Ontario .... 
Vancouver, B. C. .... 

Victoria, B. C 

Winnipeg, Manitoba ., 



MEXICAN BORDER 



Arizona .... 
Douglas .. 
Lochiel .. 
Lukeville 
Naco ..... 
Nogales .. 
San Luis . 
Sasabe ... 



California 

Andrade 

Calexico 

Los Angeles (Airport) 

San Diego 

San Ysidro 

Tecate 



New Mexico ....<>. 
Antelope Wells 

Columbus 

Monument 67 . . , 



Texas »•... 

Boquillas 

Brownsville 

Candelaria 

Castolon 

Chlnati 

Corpus Christ! ........ 

Dallas 

Del Rio 

Eagle Pass 

El Paso 

Ave.of Americas (Cordova). 

Santa Fe Bridge ..... 

Ysleta Bridge 

Fabens 

Falcon Heights ........ 

Fort Hancock 

Heath Crossing 

Hidalgo 

Houston 

Lajltas 

Laredo 

Los Ebanos ••... 

Polvo 

Porvenir 

Presidio 

Progresso 

Rio Grande City 

Roma 

Ruidosa ............... 

San Antonio 

San Vicente 

San Yqnacio 

Stillwell Crossing .... 



All 



Total 



persons cro 



3,155 

47,130 

5,842 

559,167 

fell. 



671 



811.762 



204,054 
323,201 

62,057 
203,204 

19,246 

103.670.026 



14.159.042 



3,230,664 

7,130 

179,401 

970,056 

8,123,738 

1,523,734 

124,319 

30.467.524 



274,130 

9,376,004 

36,409 

7,707 

20,369,287 

403,987 

231.315 



4,751 
226,444 
120 

58.812.145 



2,801 

8,217,594 

7,283 

9,523 

7,283 

65 

657 

1,434,364 

3,865,743 

28.808.617 



Aliens 



1,214 

17,064 

2,932 

377,084 

222. 



sing 



Citizens 



222 



438.038 



113,164 

239,172 

33,293 

43,414 

8,995 

61 .632. 780 



8.235.311 



1,582,624 

3,565 

79,152 

507,713 

4,874,382 

1,105,350 

82,525 

17.665.042 



127,569 

6,046,472 

7,649 

1,037 

11,232,374 

249,941 

91.900 



3,629 
88,151 
120 

35.640.527 



8,319,689 

18,627,168 

1,861,760 

541,156 

262,119 

11,160 

2,240 

5,027,283 

13,101 

5,042 

8,714,487 

69,587 

11,204 

560 

362,019 

629,914 

38,529 

724,801 

8,404 

34,127 

1,121 

800 

561 



2,314 

6,323,975 

6,017 

7,868 

6,017 

1 

367 

570,148 

2,354,411 

15.248.882 



1,941 

30,066 

2,910 

182,083 

142 



373.724 



90,890 
84,029 
28,764 
159,790 
10,251 

42.037.246 



5.923.731 



1,648,040 

3,565 

100,249 

462,343 

3,249,356 

418,384 

41,794 

12.802.482 



146,561 

3,329,532 

28,760 

6,670 

9,136,913 

154,045 

139.415 



1,122 
138,293 



23.171.618 



3,327,877 

11,176,301 

744,704 

362,425 

82,443 

8,644 

1,851 

3,519,300 

412 

4,155 

6,055,248 

41,691 

9,257 

463 

182,554 

377,742 

24,012 

439,882 

6,943 

1,622 

926 

483 

463 



487 

1,893,619 

1,266 

1,655 

1,266 

64 

290 

864,216 

1,511,332 

13.559.735 



4,991,812 

7,450,867 

1,117,056 

178,731 

179,676 

2,516 

389 

1,507,983 

12,689 

876 

2,659,239 

27,896 

1,947 

97 

179,465 

252,172 

14,517 

284,919 

1,461 

32,505 

195 

317 

98 



\J Figures include arrivals by aircraft. 



50 









X 


O 


« OJ ^^^ 




































































1 








:/■ 


\ 'jv iJN C~- '"'■ 


CO OO O vD J' J- AJ rA ON <A A 


N^rHJ-ONirNAJ-i3C>C^OO -3 
rHrArHcOC^-JDvXiaNGOO L/ 


rAO-^J-rAtAONONCOC^ vo 

^ AJrHAJJ-UNQONAJrHQ J^ 
3 CJNJ-rHJrHrHVjDONJ-VD r\J 








I 


f— 1 AJ O 




rHCT'j-N^rAvijr'jcOO^D -: 






(!> 






. m: 


tAOr-^LA^A~f^■^0^■X)rA VT 


J-J-AJOOAJODGOCOvDrH OC 






H 


1? 


ij» JM_. 
CO o <-> 


o 


OONCOCO'jDCJNO-rH-JrH A 


>-0[VvjDfAAJJ-rAv£)OcO O 


"N ONONojO-JJ-J-J-SPf^ t^ 
^ rH VO rAoo VO LAO rH 3no kn 
^ rHAJAjOOONrHCOOJrHrA o 










C^ t>--3 


cc 


Or^LArHCOOAjOrHON A 


ON O- lA JN [^ rA M5 — 1 J ^^ K 












A 


LAvD'OvO'-"^ AiTNvDOON cC 


0Nj-,-HrHrAJ-rArHvX)O 








b 


' "^'2;:^ r- 


O O 0^c.o'oo"c^l>xJ"tO IN J 


cOOrH-AiAOiJNOrH-3- A 


J lAON-3-AJ^C^C^OrHU 


: :: 




■a 




m: 




OC 




v£ 


rHrHrHrHOJrHAJAJAJ 1/ 


> AJAJ^A^A^ArA^A-J-4■rA ^ 






K^ 


\ t^ 0^ >3 •—! 


ON O rH CO ON r^ [^ O o3 <\j A 


rA^O'^OONQNO^£>J-nj C 
\ vDJ-J■rH^i)U^O^JN^^- vj: 


) rA rH r^ rH rA LAnO rH C^vD O 




t, 




r 




AJlArHAjiJN>\|LAC^OrA N" 


3 AjOrHiArHfAOLA r^oO CO 




rS 






\ b-- C- rvj C 


LA^Ar^rAAJr^o^A'Al^^ C 


rHC^COvDAJ-HAJOOoO C' 


QnOAjajvOvDvOCn. ir\^ c^ 




CQ 


01 

a 


K- 


\ ■-'^ r-t D ^ 


^tNvJ3AJ.HCOOjrHr^J- 


A 


rH rH J- O rA o7 (n"(N rA cT cC 


) ONOfA-3-COJ-AjONON\iD r>j 




S 


<u 




fA J- A ^ 


lACO AIAJfAI>-[--f\JrHlA CN 


AJOJlAAJrHJ^lAAJC^ O 


J rArArHOONONvOrHAjrA rA 




■H 




\ K^ r--\ r\ f^ 


iAiA^LAfAoDrHj-OO ir 


^ lAC^C^cOONvxirHrAONO i/ 


^ onojoo[>-nda)inmdaj >^ 




u 


M 


















- 




■H 


■-C 


u 


' C^M3 l/^ C^ 


rAAjrijiMtArAiAJ--J-iA iT 


\ J■LAJ■J•^OrAK^^A-3■-3■ Lf 


> lAO^-3-vOAJvDOlAON ^ 1 




X 




u 




K- 


rH^rHrHrH^rHrHrH^ O 


N rHrHrHrHrH ryOJOJOJAJ r- 


H AJ fA fA rA fA J- J- lA lA lA vO 1 




^QJ 




cc 




" 








-a 








■H 
> 






fAJ M rH '^ 


r^cO'-l-3■0QrHO^^A^^-lA -J 


viDtNOONJ-AJAjrArHO J 


^Or^rAlA'OOlAOy^rA vD 

i •"TrHJ-ONOJ-OCOONON fy 








J- 


CO rH CT^ -* 


J"J LAvDrAONC^iAC^O 


O 


l>- C^vD 0^3- LA C^ :^\CO CC 


> 








C 


ONO c 


^C 


0-3- AJoQvO LAfAfArHoL 


^ 


lArHOJ-LAOOCTiC^U^ VI 


) o»orAvooO^^-^AvoO^O O 


































OO rH in '-' 


AjvOJ-OC^C--0''rAAjiA -J 


ONONrHJiAC^'-H'ArAoG oC 


) COOlAJ-ajoO(N-3-iAO O 






[0 




f\i ir\ f\ 


J- 


lA^-DCOJ- rHCO OvAjrA-J 


o 


N rHOviHrHi-Or^rHCNvOIA m: 


> lOOJ-oo-XiJ-vorAOj-d- rs. 






o 


u 


.HOC 


vO 


OAJC^rHr^rH\X)OC^C 


rr 


\ lAiHONOAJOiAJ-vDC^ -^ 


) Olaajcoc^ooocjncoia \o 






L~ 


r^ [s. [N, J- 


-4'rArHrHrHrHOjrAAjr'"\ C 


rAvjD LACO AJ J- AJ ^A lACO C* 


rHONOOVOlHONJ-QvpOO fA 

3 LAiA'-D'vDCN.C^cOONasON q 










\ r^ f\l o 


AJ 


AJAjojAJnjAJOjnjnjAJ vC 


AJAJA|AJ^^^-4--T-4■-J■J- v£ 








u- 




f\l 




rr 


\ 


D 




r-i 








uT 


oO cr^ lA ■":; 


iOJ- rHlAOM^rHlAC^-J 


- S 


AjoOOr^OOOiAoOJ- r- 


H rAOO^iAMDOOOCTNAJ Q 






W 


ir 




vOAJJ-cOAJ\000-T J 
ONONOjfAiArH O-iAC^O 


^ vDoOOjAjC^rHrAvJDJ-r^ v£ 


3 AJJ-LAOlA-TOvDLArH [^ 


10 




a 


^ 


lA J- J- 


•-< 


N r<- 


ONrHO-LArANOAJt^oOrH r- 


H J-LAAjvD0Ov£)-3-rArHON OJ 






<u 


c 


CO K\ LA ^ 


ON MD rA rA rH J- ". O O -J^ A 


[ND-OJENrAONip,ojrH-4- C 


N OKNAJC^(>.ONJ-Q-TC< 


1 rT 


tM 




■H 


J- 


OrHJ- OJ- OlAJ- Onc-v, 


C- 


LAAJcOOrArHvOlAoO-J C 
^ rAAjr-t'sOOC^OrANOrH O 


) vDrHCOOCONOrHOfAfA C7N 


01 >-, 




*J 


r 


lAvJD (>- J- 


OfAJ-LAiArHrAC^J-CN H" 


^ vOrAC^VOrHvOLA^-ltAC^ On 




CJ 


J- 


rA tA (N -^ 


■sDrAOOrHrAiAiA-JfA C^ 


rHAjONOfA^ONONrAAJ U 


N AjrAAjfArArAlAiAJ-lA LA 


■H M 






c 


-H rH r- 


r^ 


rHrHi-HrHrHi— IrHrHrH.— 


u" 


rHrH rHrHrHrHrHAlAJ M" 


N OJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAjnj OJ 


13 i! 






yc 














J 




^4 






















3 cs 






c 


nj Lr\ K\ IT 


Ol>-lAfAAJr^0^r^l00N A 


OiAAIOvDOO^ONONAJ J 


t>rH rH rAoO rAVDC^rAU 


^ ON 


o .- 


Q 




K- 


\ VO rH cC 


o- 


lAJ- rHCO^OuaOrAAjC 


O 


N l> r^^ ON rH OJ OJ MD O J- Q C 


> cOJ-oOlAO^C^lA^OlAON r-- 


J3 (U 


(Q 


3 


a 


rH ro C 


CN 


C^fAD-rAr^rHOrHOiA U~ 


N J-iALAOjrjiAONiAvOO 


N A 


ONiAO-a3*X)MDlAONC^rA cO 


•a " 


§ 


^ 


rA rH uC 


CO 


(JNIAJ- lAlAr^O^OrHVi: 




NOrArArHAjrArAiA-JVO^ C 
ONLAAjAJoOJ-r^rAiAAJ O 


OcOcOrAAJC^-OOAjD-lA \0 

N COONrHVDrHONOVDONlA AJ 


C TJ 


1) 


LT 


nj rvj ON C^ 


AJ r^rAOvO\j3NOiAJ-\X: 




n] <u 


■H 


■H 


^ 


CO (M J- 


OO 


UNAJJ- rHrHOO^OAJrHC 


u- 


\ OojM^vOJ-^t^LAOvO OC 


vDcoOnCJNcoOOAJJ-C^ vD 


rH *-» 


-a 


rH 
















• rr»»*»r*v 


•- * 


t; 


to 


<< 


J- 


nj lA J- 


O 


(VJOooONOrHrAj-j-rA C 


J-lAiAC^QrALAlAvDND A 


cOQfArAJ-vOoOcoaaON o 


^ -J 


§ 




ir 


\ rH rH ^ 


f-i 


^ ^ ^ ^ r-i r-i f-t ^ 




rH rH rH rH ^ rH If 


N rHOjOJOjAJAJAJAJAJAJ hA 


«i o 




ir 




f-i 








A 






C o 






















1 


o 

■H C 




CO 


O J- oC 


M3 


uOr^vDCOAJ^-0'JDlA^A NC 


OjfAAJj-vOcO-JJ-tNND L/ 
^AAJrH-3■lJNrAON^^CJNCN. v£ 


N O 00 O OO J- rA VO CN AJ tS CJn 


■t-J O 


■H 




CO 


nj C^-d" 


J- 


rHOiAO00AjrHrAt>G 


cc 


) rHcO-J-iALArHlAAJHO J- 


CO '0 

a u 
u a> 


> 




K- 


o-MD lA cr 


r^AjONC^ojrAC^-JDCNiA '^ 


^ -TC^rA(NiArHrHAjj-0 K 


N J'00-tLA^Aa^rAONfA rH 




rH 


-J 


a -t r- 


r\J 


a>oj r^^o r^iAAio -hvx 




^ J-O'4Dc0LArA0N00'^rH MI 


) rHAJrHrHOINAJtArH-: 


' j.- 


Oi u. 




rt 


c 


rH lA lA rv 


rAONC^OO'£>Aj(NrAiA oc 


lAcOOAJrHMDrAoOfAC^ C 


^r^oc^Qv£)ojM^K^c^ oj 

rAAJt^lAC>CNLArAcO-3- vD 


a oj 
•H a 




o 


f\ 


J- OO a 


r''- 


OnlaoOnDC^OnoO^^C 


cc 


-TJ-COOJiTN^COOOO-O OC 




a- 


vO O f\ 


rv 


OO K\00 ON rH 4- '-l^ ONtO C^ t^ 


iAO--d-oOrAO-3-J-0>CO A 


rH-JvOC^cQONrArAOjiA VD 






LT 


c\j ro r^ IT 


AJAJrH.HAJAJAjnjAiA 


nC 


r^rHr^rHAJ^A'ArA^ArA O 


N J-J-J-J--4--a-LAlAlALA lA 












AJ 




A 




-d 






> ID 






r- 


















o .a 






vi: 


O ^CC 


r^ 


^£) OJ rH rH ON O rA OO vO r^ -X 


lAONJ-vjaiAAJVpnjlJ^AJ if 
\ C^rHrArH-rtt^ONvUrACO r- 


^ vDr^lAONCJNiAONONt^ON vD 


(0 






a- 


lA lA KN CO 


oOAJoOAjLArAiMCOrHlA f^ 


J- LAOO J- J- J- ONOO C^ rH rH 


0) o 




(0 

c 

0) 




O- O- rA C^ 


j-OrAONoONDOJ-vDrA C 


rA'JDONj-v^j-OvOtAAJ C 


rAONrAOOC^OAJiALA LA 




c^ 


vO OJ (\ 


^ 


Ovp.-lrHr^rArHAJiAr- 

rH On OAJAJ rHCO-4- OOC 


ir 


^ NO-JOOrHiAJ-ONaNAJAJ o 


N OAJj-cOAjrAONiAOAJ jt 


■H >M 




(J 


o. 


IN J- J- 


CO 


a 


^ LAOfAOOlAAJvXJOJrH -3 


cOCOrHCOlAOJrHrHrAJ- rA 


■H +J 

u a 




■H 


O 


tA r<> f\ 


C^ 


lAO^'rHrH^-TOOrAlAO^ r- 


rAC^rAcO-JrHJ-J-rAAj C 


CN LA O -:»■ rH CO fA rA LA O O 




r^ 


fA\0 0> H 


•JSKNOONONOAJJ- AJr- 


A. 


OAJOrAcOt^ooCJNu-\v£i A 


c^ojr^vooooK>(niALA co 


0) 




o 




OJ (\i (\ 


C\i 


AJAJAJrHrHAIAJAJAJA 


A 


AJAJAJAjojrArAfAj-^ 


O 


N J'lALAlAlAvOvOvO'^D'^ <0 


■a 






(\ 




OJ 




H~ 




ir 


■\ 




c3 o 

nJ 
at 












































1 






M~ 


\ lA J- I- 


M3 


ONC^MD '-I rHOONO-- *^Dr- 
[:^0>AJ rHvDOOvOO rAj- 


-J 


r-^rHoo (NiAoO O U^rA-J 


j 


OAjoO-TiHcOAJcOOrH On 


■H • 






K" 


\ VrAC 


O 


A 


^A^OrAl^JC^rHC^J-J-I>- sC 
vOAjJ-OOJ-r^rHiAO-O- O 


rHj-ONQrHOvDrH rAoo lA 


^ oO 


10 




(\ 


ON 0\rA CO 


AJvOCO C^OAJOiHrAO 


^C 


N QrHONrHrArArHC^ rACO vD 


H 


in 


C 


r\j (M -J 


O 


rHAjOD-r^CFNrH-^cOr- 


ro 


\ C^lACOrHiALAHAJC-^C^ lT 


^ OONrHODrHOJrHAJC^rH ON 


Vi nH 


U 


a 


r 


v£) vD tA J- 


OO'^OvDOjONrAJ- iD lAA 


■-C 


rH[^Cv.J-ONcOAJON[NaN A 


AJAjrAvDrHONlNCOAjON (/> 





4J 

0) 


■H 


[> 


rH lAC 


Al 


J-CO lA'-OJ- C^cO*Ooo r- 


C 


•JDONrAJ-rAQONcOOAj -4 


vDrHONCJNvOC^AjONiHON AJ 


K" 


\ O rH C 


tr 


vD A! O rHrAlAoOiOoOcC 


v£ 


ODOOAJC^r^uDoOOrH cc 


J-^C^C^rHCOJ-COJ-CO AJ 


a 






rA KMA U- 


AjojnjAjojnji\jnoojA 


C 


rHAJOJAJAjrArArAJ-J 


v£ 


J-i/MAiAvOVDCNO-cOCO On 


tu Xl 


H 




-t 




OJ 




rr 




v£ 






B (LI 


^ 






















o o 

F3 O 






















0) 

-a i^ 









^ nj LA cr> J 


iA»JN(Nr\j ooo ONONrvjfC 


C 


OO O OJ fA O Q ^ C^>0 vO O 
OQENJ-J-0Nv£)O(Nm (^ 

OONfAAJrHrHAJAJAJO O 


N vOC^rArAOfArH^^C^C 


l/N 


(h 






(\ 


O QO rA OO 


so rH O ^A AJ rH JO -O lA <J^ "sC 
l^-C^AJv£^0^O^Ot^0^rA vj; 


lAONoOiA'^iAMDOOO C^' 1 
N rAOrArHrAOAJOO^-r H | 


CO 






^ 


l^vXtv^ 


LT 




.-H 


(\ 


Ox lA^D "^ 


rHOOAJtJ^J■ '\JAjrArAA 


C^, 


-3-ONC^fAr^OOAIOC 


J 


OAJvDvOrAvOQCO C^J 


' s 


LM 




rt 


cr 


s rA Q (N ^;^J 
lA ON (\J O 


ONiA^OJ- 'J IAAJOn'OO 


O 


tNC^rHJ-O-JlAvDOrH C- 


OrHJ-iAvOrHUNCJNiArA on | 
J- [N ON J- IN VO lA AJ ■JD O AJ | 


\l 




-*-> 


r 


ONOOVX) C^J- r^^NU^^Ar- 


A 


ONvOC^AJtOAJfAtAJ-lA ^ 






H 


^ 


rA c^ ON C^ 


oj ^o O O fAvO --i'r^ r-i C 


L-C 


corAOvDiA-4-'r-LjOiA[>- C 


AjrA-TJ- OnQnC^j- On -J 


1 

o 1 








^ lA tA lA t^ 


LAJ--4-J-J-J-IAIALALA A. 


fAJ-3-J- LAINtNtNCOOC 


v£ 


(J^ O <-i r-t r-t (\i rA-J J- LA VO 








A. 




J- 




vC 




A 


,-i^r-\f-if-t<-ir-1,-lf-t r-t 






X! 

o 

■H 
tn 

a> 

u. 


■5 








c 

■3 






















c 

IT 
O 






















1 


































CO ON C 

i\j rvj r? 




rH OJ tA-3- lAvO r^^O i-XN- 




rHAJrAJ- LAvOOfOONC 




r~t ojrAj- lAvD [NCO Onq 












1 


\ 1 


K^^A^A^ArAtArArArAJ' 


1 


Jn ON On ON ij> On O^ On 0N 


\ 1 


lAiAiALALAiALAlA lAnC 
OnOnOnOnO\OnOnOnOnCT' 










cc 


ONCN CT 




0^ ON On ON 0^ J> On ON uN J- 






rH 








<J 


f-i ^ '- 


s 


\ r^f-tr-ir-t,-1'-tf-lr-tr-1r~ 


5 




IT 
O 


\ l-^r^r~^r~^r-~^r~lr~^r-^r-^t-~^ 


« 
















r- 




































































1 



51 



TABLE 20A. SPECIAL INQUIRY OFFICER HEARINGS COMPLETED, BY 


REGIONS 


AND DISTRICTS! 






YEARS ENDED JUNE 


30, 1957 - 1961 






Region 

and 

district 


E 


-xclus] 


on hearings 




Deportation hearings 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


1957 


1958 


1959 


1960 


1961 


United States total 


2.117 


1.683 


1,210 


1.464 


2.599 


13,168 


14.652 


12.446 


11.615 


13,004. 


Northeast Region 


739 


720 


398 


338 


330 


5.850 


6.133 


4.759 


3.636 


4.638 


Boston, Mass 


19 


20 


41 


45 


31 


252 


271 


263 


180 


185 


Buffalo, N» Y» ••••••••••••••••• 


381 


479 


185 


142 


120 


354 


322 


257 


197 


215 


Hartford, Conn 


3 


5 


4 


7 


5 


169 


177 


147 


96 


126 


Newark, N# J« •••••••••••••••••• 


7 


14 


10 


10 


11 


■ 729 


808 


587 


488 


544 


New York, N. Y 


165 


112 


116 


104 


144 


4,200 


4,487 


3,456 


2,633 


3,528 


Portland, Me 


58 


39 


30 


22 


17 


20 


29 


16 


26 


32 


St. Albans, Vt 


101 


51 


12 


8 


2 


126 


39 


33 


16 


8 


Southeast Region 


349 


265 


368 


672 


1,708 


1.970 


2,105 


1.565 


2,078 


2.247 


Atlanta, Ga 


7 


2 


8 


18 


5 


64 


63 


67 


53 


50 


Baltimore, Md 


5 


- 


4 


- 


4 


120 


203 


140 


72 


68 


Cleveland, Ohio 


22 


5 


5 


4 


5 


282 


205 


165 


113 


101 


Miami, Fla 


275 


207 


300 


609 


1,649 


672 


949 


656 


1,358 


1,579 


New Orleans, La. ., 


13 


13 


19 


8 


13 


218 


162 


103 


107 


109 


Philadelphia, Pa 


10 


15 


6 


5 


7 


405 


288 


239 


199 


154 


oan Juan, P. H. ................ 


11 


16 


11 


21 


23 


38 


56 


93 


48 


64 


Washington, D. C. .............. 


6 


7 


15 


7 


2 


171 


179 


102 


128 


122 


Northwest Region 


348 


222 


105 


90 


107 


1.502 


1.306 


1.251 


1.119 




Anchorage, Alaska 














6 


1 




1 


Chicago, 111 


23 


21 


17 


17 


25 


544 


471 


557 


536 


681 


Detroit, Mich 


196 


93 


21 


27 


50 


382 


337 


279 


202 


247 


Helena, Mont 


44 


41 


5 


1 


5 


62 


62 


30 


18 


28 


Kansas City, Mo 


5 


- 


5 


2 


5 


80 


61 


60 


77 


94 


Omaha, Nebr 


- 


- 


3 


- 


- 


42 


40 


35 


23 


27 


Portland, Oreg 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


57 


56 


50 


51 


67 


St. Paul, Minn 


24 


11 


7 


3 


- 


67 


53 


49 


43 


79 


Seattle, Wash 


54 


55 


46 


39 


21 


268 


220 


190 


169 


164 


Southwest Region 


681 


476 


339 


?64 


454 


3.846 


5.108 


4.871 


4.782 


4.731 


Dallas, Tex 


3 


- 


2 


7 


8 


205 


182 


139 


89 


88 


Denver, Colo 


- 


3 


4 


1 


1 


91 


123 


62 


69 


60 


El Paso, Tex 


114 


69 


51 


63 


147 


671 


1,073 


1,231 


1,071 


983 


Honolulu, Hawaii 


58 


34 


2 


6 


15 


59 


43 


22 


11 


25 


Los Angeles, Calif 


214 


191 


98 


57 


72 


1,268 


1,503 


1,332 


1,272 


1,356 


San Antonio, Tex 


199 


111 


117 


182 


178 


609 


1,062 


1,137 


1,432 


1,441 


San Francisco, Calif. 


37 


24 


46 


36 


21 


764 


961 


740 


626 


601 


Phoenix, Ariz 


56 


44 


19 


12 


12 


179 


161 


208 


212 


177 



52 



TABLE 21. ALIENS EXCLUDED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY CAUSE: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892 - 1961 

/in 1941-1953 fiqures represent all exclusions at seaports and exclusions 
of aliens seeking entry for 30 days or longer at land portsj/ 

1 



Period 



Total 



E 

u 



o ^ > 



^ fj n 



4-> OJ O 



a 3 o 
E o 

m ^ c Q. 

+j ■»-> o o 






1892 - 1961 

1892 - 1900 

1901 - 1910 

1911 - 1920 

1921 - 1930 

1931 - 1940 

1941 - 1950 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 - 1960 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 



12,332 



219,342 



lb,0^:.4 



41,941 



13,677 



43,101 



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

68,217 

30.263 



10 

27 
9 

5 

60 



65 
1,681 
4,353 
2,082 
1,261 

1.134 



89 

1,277 

4,824 

1,281 

253 

80 



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

1,530 

1.021 



15,070 
63,311 
90,04 5 
37,175 
12,519 

1.072 



1,904 
8,447 
2,126 

3.132 



94,084 
47,858 

22.441 



5,792 

12,991 

15,417 

6,274 

1,235 

219 



5,083 

8,202 

258 

108 



2,929 

1,833 
1,495 
1,642 
2,341 
2,942 
4,771 
4,905 
3,834 
3,571 

20,585 



3,784 

2,944 

3,637 

3,313 

2,667 

1,709 

907 

733 

480 

411 

743 



1 

25 
31 

1.098 



92 

70 

68 

63 

87 

87 

139 

142 

187 

199 

1,735 



13 

10 

6 

8 

4 

3 

3 

5 

12 

16 

361 



73 

51 

63 

92 

111 

65 

124 

205 

112 

125 

956 



328 
161 
96 
107 
56 
33 
70 
67 
99 
55 

149 



227 
252 
77 
155 
161 
361 
902 
709 
216 
122 

376 



,076 
,207 
,106 
,109 
,805 
,294 
,316 
,690 
,970 
,868 



14,657 



29 
9 

48 
111 

89 
117 
302 
255 
102 

36 

21 



337 

285 

266 

296 

206 

169 

91 

51 

19 

15 

21 



• 15 

10 

27 

65 

124 

64 

30 

18 

7 

1 



337 

67 

130 

127 

113 

87 

40 

21 

18 

16 



78 

11 

15 

16 

9 

14 

2 

1 

1 

2 



121 
74 
47 
2 
15 
10 
14 
35 
34 
24 

29 



2,783 

2,378 

2,937 

2,432 

1,832 

1,079 

348 

299 

276 

293 

634 



40 
26 
26 
28 
18 
13 
19 
11 
26 
12 

13 



190 

4,516 

14,327 

20,709 

1,172 

946 



8 
9 
8 

21 

23 
4 

11 
2 
9 

13 

26 



72 

47 

44 

59 

76 

80 

187 

73 

178 

130 

1.214 



80 

102 

164 

261 

275 

164 

70 

51 

23 

24 

27 



53 



TABLE 22. ALIENS EXCUmED, BY CCUNTRY OR REGION OF RniH AND CAUSE: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 

1 1 i f ' ! f 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 



M -C 



E 
U 



(h o 3 o > 

O -H -^ 

■♦-J +-' — < -H 






^ i 



AH countries 

Europe 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

No rviay 

Poland 

Rumania 

Spain 

United Kingdom 

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

Asia . 

China l/ - 

Japan 

Lebanon . . 

Philippines ...• 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic 

Other West Indies 

Central America 

Other North America ....... 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Other countries 

i/ Includes Formosa. 



743 



50 



4 
3 
6 
b 
1 
10 
1 
2 
2 

2 
2 
7 

58 



54 
1 
1 



61t 



45 

129 

401 

1 

6 

9 

24 



.21. 



-21. 



U 



- 1 



3 I 



17 



Mk. 



.21. 



53 

1 

54? 



21 

397 
1 
4 

72 



54 



TABLE 23, ALIENS APPREHENDED, ALIENS DEPORTED, AND ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892 - 1961 



Period 



1892 - 1961 



Aliens 
apprehended \J 



1892 
1901 
1911 
1921 



1900 
1910 
1920 
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 

1960 



1961 



5.326.203 



128,484 



147,457 



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

.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 



Aliens expelled 



Total 



Aliens 
deported 



Aliens required to 
depart 2/ 



6.072.545 



500.014 



3,127 

11,558 

27,912 

164,390 

210.416 



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

117.086 



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

1.581.774 



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

110.849 



509,040 
528,815 
885,587 
1,089,583 
254,096 

87,696 

59,918 

53,474 

45,336 

70,684 2/ 



10,938 

10,613 

16,154 

39,449 

80,760 

116,320 

214,543 

217,555 

296,337 

579,105 

4.013,547 



88,823 



3/ 



686,713 

723,959 

905,236 

1,101,228 

247,797 

88,188 

68,461 

67,742 

64,598 

59,625 

59,821 



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 

7,438 



5.572.531 



72,233 



93.330 



11,719 
10,775 
10,347 
8,010 
7,978 
8,251 
8,783 
9,273 
9,590 
8,594 

1.470.925 



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 

52,383 



T/ Aliens apprehended first recorded in 1925. 

2/ Aliens required to depart first recorded in 1927, 

3/ Deportable aliens located - includes nonwilful crewman violators. 



55 



I 



TABLE 24. ALIENS DEPORTED, 


BY COUNTRY TO WHICH 


DEPORTED AND CAUSE: 










YEAR ENDED 


JUNE 30, 1961 
































W) Ul 
h C 3 


























O O <-> 






















T> 




•H fO 






















V 




C -fJ ■«-> 




















ra 


x> 




•H .H y) 




















(J 


D 


in 


ra "D 


>. in 


















■H 




+J 4-> 


+J C +J 
















o 




m 


u 


3 C 


c o c 


3 c 


tfi 














tn 


>- 


X 


J^l^ 


■rH o ra 


O h 01 
Jl O E 


0) 








o 




ut 


<*• S 


-C 


at 


ra ^ 


Cf 


3 


Country to which 


Total 


o 




TO 
i-l 


o ra 


a 




•ti 5 


■H -H 


■H C -U 


h 


o 


deported 




> 4J 
•<-* Ul 




O 


(/) 


M 01 
O > 


•;;;-K 


s o 

■D 


O .r, g 

v 5 E 


5 o ra 

■H -fJ 


o 


c 
ra 






in -fH 


(0 




O -H 


• H 


D O 


■D 


■H 












M x: 


c 


n 


+J +J 


-H +J 


o a 


O U 


$ ^ o 


0) L) 


o 








0) u 


•H 


h 


m o 


TO O 


.H (U 


M dJ 


^^ a a 




(U 






> h 


g 




^ u 


+J <u 


> -a 


0) Q. 


^ a c 


Q) a tn 




<j 






J3 10 


■H 






C Mh 


(1) 


^-> o 


•H e 


+J U) ^ 


X) 


tn 






3 C 






.M n 


0, 4, 




C h 


ra o »+, 


c c ra 


£ 


•H 






(/) IB 


u 


l-H 


> c 


S n 


Q. O 


m a 


moo 


UJ T, (^ 


S 


All countries 


7,438 


4 


498 


73 


106 


54 


357 


400 


3,020 


2,916 


2 


8 


Europe 


1,676 


3 


54 


7 


5 


32 


26 


44 


1,375 


129 


1 


_ 




3 
4 




- 


- 


1 


1 


- 


- 


3 


2 


- 


_ 


Belgium 


_ 




34 
12 
26 
90 

680 
19 

255 


2 


1 

13 
3 
5 

15 


1 
2 


3 

- 
1 


1 

1 
6 
2 
4 
4 


2 

2 
4 

9 


1 

6 

13 

5 


28 
10 
13 
56 

633 
8 

168 


1 

8 
5 

25 
2 

53 


- 


« 


Finland .■••.>■■■••••••••> 


_ 




_ 




_ 


Greece •.•••••••••■■•••••• 


_ 




_ 


Italy 


- 


Netherlands •»..... •• 


47 
50 
12 
21 


1 


1 
3 


- 


- 


2 


1 
1 


2 
1 

2 

1 


40 

47 

6 

11 


4 
1 

5 


1 


_ 




_ 


Poland .•••• •«.. 


_ 








147 
22 
29 


- 


1 
2 


1 


- 


1 
1 


2 
1 


2 

1 


132 
18 

26 


8 
1 

1 


" 


_ 


Sweden .kdaakaa*.* 






_ 




152 
50 


- 


9 


3 


- 


6 
2 


4 


5 

5 


118 
41 


7 
2 


- 


_ 


YuQOS lavia ....*..•..•••••• 




Other Europe 


23 


_ 


1 


„ 


_ 


1 


_ 




17 


4 


_ 


_ 


Asia 


273 




8 


2 


3 


1 


1 


1^ 


238 


7 






China l/ 


69 


- 


- 


- 


1 




- 


3 


65 


- 


- 


- 


Hong Kong ..,< »».. 


38 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


3 


32 


2 


- 


- 


India ••••••»«•••••«•••••• 


11 

5 
15 
13 
18 


- 


1 
1 


2 


- 


1 


1 


1 
2 


11 
3 
14 
11 
12 


1 
1 


_ 


_ 










Israel •••••^••••••«**e«*> 




Japan • 


_ 


Jordan ..*...••■■•*«>•.•>■ 


7 
10 

8 
32 
47 

5,044 


1 


6 
418 


63 


1 
89 


20 


324 


1 

2 
1 

334 


6 
10 

7 
22 
45 

1,150 


1 

2 
2,636 


1 








Pakistan 












North America 


8 




1,151 

3,404 

126 

2 


1 


151 

248 

4 


13 

46 

3 


4 
79 


5 
9 
2 


141 
167 

6 


133 
174 


599 

298 

87 

2 


102 

2,376 

24 


1 


2 


Mexico ••■•••••••••••■•••• 


6 






Dominican Republic 


- 


Other West Indies 


184 


- 


13 


- 


2 


1 


7 


8 


125 


28 


- 


- 


Central America ••••■••€.•• 


177 
138 


; 


2 
10 


1 
1 


4 
5 


3 

1 


3 
4 


19 


39 

76 


106 
41 


; 




South America 




Argentina •••••••••••«•••• 


18 




1 




1 




o 




n 


3 






Chile 


27 
44 

4 
17 

9 
19 


- 


6 
2 

1 


_ 
1 


1 
1 

1 
1 


1 


1 
1 


_ 


7 
24 

3 
11 

5 
15 


19 
11 
1 
4 
2 
1 


- 








Ecuador ••••«•.•*•••••••.. 




Peru 




Venezuela ................ 




other South America 


- 


Africa 


27 
280 


- 


1 
7 


_ 


3 

1 


- 


2 


1 
8 


18 
163 


101 


- 













1/ Includes Formosa. 



56 



TABLE ?4A. ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART, BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 

Ellens required to depart totaled 52,383 (see table 23). This table does not include 
10,712 required departures of crewmen who were technical violators and 16,154 direct 
required departures under safeguards - chiefly Mexicans who entered without inspection^ 



Nationality 



Total 



nj o 



c <*- 



-D E +J t^ 



flj u 
M <1; <u 

4J in — < 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Denma rk 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece <■ 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands • 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China l/ 

India 

Indonesia 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Korea 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic 

Other West Indies ....... 

Central America 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 

Africa 

Other countries 

V Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine 



25,517 



73 



lb 



28 



920 



18.944 



i4 55 



7.772 



11 



64 



7.531 



98 



40 

22 
293 

43 

148 

351 

1,575 

33 
756 
157 
506 

74 

97 

265 

127 

161 

2,893 

90 
141 

1.246 



113 
115 

8 

30 

112 

155 

30 

64 

20 

433 

166 

15.748 



6 
7 
1 
16 
3 



1 
21 

4 

1 



38 

20 
292 

42 

145 

329 

1,556 

31 
725 
152 
505 

71 

87 

260 

124 

160 

2,838 

83 
123 

X.225 



1 

1 

2 

11 

7 

1 

12 

I 

1 
7 
3 
3 

28 

3 

15 



61 



JA. 



2,302 

9,956 

2,201 

830 

190 

269 

480 



46 

14 

1 



73 

34 
122 
57 
43 
98 
53 

109 

162 



iS_ 



54 



19 
35 



I 
1 
1 

347 



110 

115 

7 

30 

11 : 

15? 

30 

63 

19 

425 

163 

9.403 



5.339 



198 

635 

10 

1 

1 

2 



1,817 

4,149 

2,172 

828 

189 

253 

472 



206 

5,101 

18 

1 

13 



73 
33 
120 
57 
42 
95 
52 

109 
149 



57 



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

YEAR ENDED JUNE JO, I96I 



Country to which 
deported 



Total 



Immigration 
and 

Naturalization 
Servige 



Deportation expense borne 



Other 

Government 

agencies 



Steamship 
companies 



bil. 



Airlines 



Aliens 

deported 



Aliens 
reshipped 



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 1/ 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Pakistan 

Fhillippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Dominican Republic. 
Other West Indies . 
Central America ... 

South America 

Argentina 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other So. America . 

Africa 

Other countries 

y Includes Formosa. 



7.'*38 



1.676 



3 
h 

3'* 
12 
26 

90 

680 
19 

255 
hi 
50 
12 
21 

147 
22 
29 

152 
50 
^l 

273 

59 

38 
11 
5 
15 
13 
18 

7 
10 

8 
32 
'♦7 



1,151 

3,40'+ 

126 

2 

184 

177 

138 

IF 

27 
44 
4 
17 
9 
19 

27 
280 



3.1'*2 



3^9 



3 
1 
5 

3 

17 

38 

60 

12 

75 

6 

9 

7 

5 

18 

9 

6 

54 

12 

9 



2 

12 
5 
7 
6 
9 
1 
26 
25 

4.549 



991 

3,279 

19 

1 

111 

148 

Z0_ 



13 
9 

25 
1 

11 

3 

8 

12 

47 



33 



1.387 



1.094 



25 



7 

17 



3 
24 



39 

542 

6 

119 

34 

40 

2 

9 

120 

8 

20 

76 

28 



129 



"5B- 

25 

3 

2 



6 

4 

15 

81 



7 

7 

1 

56 

14 

51 



3 
17 
14 
2 
5 
4 
6 

13 

19 



767 



141 



3 

1 
1 
8 

36 
1 

52 
4 

3 
6 
4 
1 
1 
10 

6 
4 

26 



373 



132 
93 
99 

54 
15 

14 



213 



105 



85 



3 

40 



3 
1 

1 

5 

4 

2 

12 

4 



16 



58 



w 
w 

& H 

-* sc 

O ON 
H 

pq I 

-00 

W S. 

EH r-i 
g . 

o, o 

W KN 
Q 

W 
t/3 is 



(M 
EH 



e 



snoaueiiaosiw 



(abe }0 
saeaA gi jbao) 
peaj o-i aiqeun 



sa5JEqo oi^qn^ 



s:|.uaujaT.e:;s asjej 
Aq JO uoT:^3aclsui 



s:).uauin30p jadojd 



sn^ei-S :).uej5^uiuii 

-uou JO suo^^itpuoo 

q^.^** Axdiuoo JO 

u^e:^UTeui o:^ pauej 



OJ 
OO 



O 



OJ 



-- 



pat^jodap 

JO papnxoxa 

AxsnoiAaJd 



saA^:iDajap 

^eoTsAqd 

JO ■[e^uaw 



SMey oi'ioojeu 
JO SJo:vexoiA 



sassexo 
■[ejouiuii 



sieutiuijQ 



OO 
O 

[>- 



onsTMOJeue 
JO aATSjaAqng 



o> 

ON 

-3- 



to 
o 



O 

^ 

D. 



O VD C^ I>- OJ 
vD VO r<^ t^^ iH 
O lA tA [>-0O 

H rH OO (\J 



OtV-3-^KNOjO-:rOoO 
VOC^^ KNOO^ OJOJr-l 
r-i tf\ r-t r-t iH 



O 1>- OJ ^ 
t>- On rr\ r^ 



J- VD ^^VD KN 

r-oo o 00 J- 

J- O INCO ,H 
On O rH 



lA^J- lArH r^oooo ONu>jj- 



VD CO lA ON ON 
O OJ VO LA O 

rH rH OJ rH OJ 



lA 

J- 



rH -3- tA lA O 



lA 



-ch O OO 
O OO OO 
r^-;t- OJ 

rH lA J- 
rA^ rH 



I 1 VO Onvd 
IAnD Q 
1AM3 ON 



O 

MD 
OJ 

LA 
OJ 



I 1 OJ H rH 



H OJ KN rA rA-d- 



rAvoc^C--^LAONLArHO 
ONQOO rAM3^ ONONON^ 
ojC^rArAOlAONONrHON 



OJ^f^vD^>-O^ArHOJtAOJ 

•-{ rH 



[>-J-ojvoojONj-rAONj- 
X)j- LArAINvOvD tALAJ- 
LACArALA-S-OJOJrAO-3- 

rA^OJOJrHrHrHOJIAOJ 



1 00 OJ On Oj 
C^ J- OJ ^ 

rH CO f-VD 



Ojlo ONvD VO VD VD rA lA OJ 0N 
old- hAINtAVOrHVDOfAOJ 
OlON LAOJfArArAAjrArAiA 



OO -d- ^X> rH O 

OJ VD ^A O VD 
OJ rA On rA LA 

rA vD OO VD rH 



LAVDOO rAONO ONCv-oO C^ 
-d- LA-d-J-VDOO LAO O-IA 



-d- OO OJ 

C^O OJ 

LA rH OO 



0N 



OJOrALAvDi>.J-fAOI>- 
vD-d-LAOONoOrHOO(AC^ 



^ -d- CO OO ON 
OO OJ rA lA LA 
l>- PA OJ CO C^ 



C^ VO 



VD ON (A C^ LA 
fA O CO ON J- 
OJ OJ PA LA ON 

rH CO VO CO 



C^OOONOJrAOJ-d-VOOJ 
" LAOfAvDOrHOJOJON 
rH OJ rH rH H H rH 



VDoO ONPACv-OO ONPAO-OJ 
fAO-oooovD oj-d-ooj-00 
O I>-VD (VVDVD LfNLALAJ 



rA OJ rA O. 

lA-d- lA •-> 
fAvD OJ 



rH :^ rH 
PA PAVD 



R^^' 



00 OJ r^vo ON 

00 r-t LAOO J- 
CO On rH O OO 



Old- rHLArHCOC^OJOJOOON 

ooLd-coj- LAOj ONoO-d-oo OJ 

COlArHOOONOOJOrHONOO 



VO l> OJ [>. O 
OJ ON rH H 



PAO ON^ LAO-LACn-C^vO 

rH OJ rH OJ rH 



>. 



H O O O O O 

Vp rH OJ PA^ LA 

ON ON ON ON ON ON 

rH rH H r-l rH rH 

t I I I i I 

CO OO H rH rH rH 

go H OJ PAJ- 
CTs ON ON ON On 

1-^ r1 r-\ r-t r-{ r-t 



o 



I LALAIAIAIALALALA'AVD 
O^ONO^aNONONONO^ONCJ^ 



VD 

o^ 

OJ 



OJVD-d--d-rHOJOJOJPA^ O 

OJPAOJ-d-C^OvDC^OOCN. o 

rAVOJNPAONHVO-d--d-PA ^ 

LA ON ON LTN rH rH 



o 
(\J 
o 



LA 
^A 



LA 



VD 
O 



PA 



OO 
ON 

-d- 



co 
PA 

-d- 



I 
•-{ OJ PA-d- LAND ^-OO ON O ,-H 



vO 
ON 



9. 



a) 



as 
o 

LO 

•H 

<H 

o 
-p 

u 
o 

•H 

u 

P4 



as 
H 
•H 

Cll 

> 
a 

•p 
o 
a 



1) 

(0 
as 

o 

>J 

XI 

o 
o 

•H 
+> 
(0 

•H 
■P 
as 
+i 

to 


o 

•H 
•P 
n) 
+> 
%i 
o 

« 



> 



59 







CO 


^OOlArHfNjrOfAC^rH^NOfMJ- lAO 
f\J ONCO lAf\JLAlAO'NJlAOf\J OOrHOO 




rH 


fA 




^ 


-4- 


V£>rVJ rHJ-(NJ H-d-rH r^^AOJ 




H 


C-- 


rH tA 






ON 


lArHOOl^ONj-ojiArHrvJrAiAONJ-rA 




o 


r\j 


r~t ONrHOO fArHCO LArHOO^ lArH r~i ^O lA 




^ 


CO 


^Df\J rHrArvj noj-rH f\]r\j 




rH 


VO 


fA 






CO 


OrvJONONONiALAlNJ l>(NJOO »cAlAtNJ rA 




ON 


OO 


OJfNJ^ONOO'NJOrHONOCA'NJrHlAfNJ 




lA 


ON 


rHC^J- rHLAfA ONvTJrA fArA 




ON 








r-l 


o. 


rA 








OJlAlAOONOOrHOSrHONDONj-ONtAlNJ 




OD 


J- 


f\JO-t\loO C^IAONONOJ^J-OO OJVOO O 




HS 


r-i 


lAfV rHJ-CM OOJrH OjrArH 




(H 


O 


rH rA 






{\J 


rAr^aNlArHON(^JcococoaNONO'A^AJ- 




C^ 


CO 


r\JIAC^O00rHrArHrHfArA-d-rHOC0PA 




Lf> 


O 


ojnj rHrArA ONOrH ojfM 




ON 








H 


lA 


(M 


« 




^ 


lAfMcO O tAJ-^D lAJ-cO OJ- OfAONON 

rHI^OOON(VrHfAv£>(MO-lAtArHON(MrH 


g 


NO 


LA 


c\i 


rHrH rHrAINJ COtAOJ (\J(\J 


o 


ON 


•■ 


•■ 


Oh 


H 


o- 


J- 


o 




OO 


lArHlA^'A^OQI>-^00'OOfAO 
rH00rArHO0N^00Nf\JCN[>-0 tAOlA 


ffi 


LA 


f\l 


O 


lA 


o 


rHA) rHrArvj OootNj Ajro 


r^^ 


o< 






rH 


lA 


r-{ rH 


*v? 




>-t 




O r-t 








Eh 




r-i 


LAfAOrHOJ'^lNJiAC^-vDaJtAONLArHr^ 
<^JOOu^aNONO^£>oaONf\lvo rviru-a- 








X 


u-\ 


ON 


rHf\I^A OJlAIA tNJvDfA AirArH 


CB rvj 


ON 


«■ 


«■ • 


e» 


<-H 




INJ 












lA 


OONO-^aOrHJ-lMcOfAO-ONC^OlAcij 
rAfXJfXJL^tMlAONrArvJC^tAO rHvX)lA 


o 


KN 


J- 


i» f?\ 


lA 


CO 


rH(\]rArH(\JlArA OoOfM (MrOrH 


n 


ON 




^ ^ 


w 


rH 


ON 


rH lA 






H 


r-< 




rH 


J-ONrHiOONfALAOOlA'AaNrHOCN-C--- 


S0 


CNJ 


OO 


cO(\JrHrH-:l-tAOoOvO(\JOOlA'NJI>-lAt>- 


lA 


rH 


rH^Of\|(MOvD rAtN-v£> vOlA 


a< Q 


r^ 




f If m- »• 


g§ 


rH 


O 

(NJ 


r-A rH r-A (^i 
H 


CO eg 




rH 


LAtAO-oO^oo HVDJ-CO l>-ONv£>oOJ- rA 
OJ- ONOOONIAOO l>-vOvX) iNJIArArH ON(M 
(MONrHiAOOC^ONrAAIvDrvJ^OrHCOOON 


6 5 


I 


CO 


^g 


rvJ rH 


!>- 


K^)^ 


tA 


^r*^ rHj-rA OrAiNJ ojfA 




rH rH 


f\J 


^oo 


^ 




rH 




< 








'.O 








nj 








a 








9 








B 






I I ^ I ! : ! ' I ! ! I I I iQ ■ 

'O* 

H • 

U • 




J3 




- 0) • 




O 

•H 




::::::::::::•:!: 




XI 


(C 


o _ • 




5 


0) 


H 10 J3 • 




T3 


■H 


' r-\ :u ■i' 




O dJ 


t. 


43 -H 3 10 




•P +- 




g......3T)0(l) 




t- 


C 


O P, to H 




>> c 


p 


'T3<U««-««<UM t( 




J7 p 





ha {\ % > • ' ' a, -o+j 






o 


CO -pga 

• ••rH:i13»»-»«a3'D o 




o 


r- 


>j - (0 W • . O :S rH O 




o 


■a: 


<UC<1) biJT) •(T3(130»-H rt 

o3o>->3<ut4 0130 rt(Ht<t< 














dGdJH-^^t^aitO-Haj-Hal-HiD-pa) 
St^ll)d^^■HJ3•H^^d!K;4laJ3|qJ3 














>i(D(H-portjj(0'H3a)Sio+j«>+J 
Koona.»o<<:«<osooooo 



(iO 







XJ 
































1 






C 0) 










3 4J *J 










O O t, 


r-i 


1 1 9 rH 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ( 1 1 1 






C C p 










"S V^ 0) 










tD O ti 








01 

u o 


o- 


Ol IIAJI OlTvrHI |ON| ( 1 1 






o rvj 


J- 


rA 






■m on 










<U i-t 










m 








^o 


(NJ 


rvjl i(\)l irAtMl ifA' 1 1 1 






f\J rA 


rA 


f\J 






ON ON 










rH rH 








-H O 


f\J 


rA( tr--! irvj-l legs i i i 






fA J- 


rH 








ON ON 










rH H 








1 

H O 


^ 


^JDHJ |O-aDrAo0rHf\jvr)J- » liAl 






^; lA 


f\l rH oj rA 








H 






t^. 


rH H 






f>^ 








« 


tn 


1 






H 


■»-> 


rH ITv 


(\1 


OrArHrHcD 1 l>.ONvDO-u^rH-:J-0 1 


2 


□ 


IfN LTN 


CO 


lA r^ r-i \£} <-i ■'D i~i 


U 


OJ 


CfN ON 
rH rH 


C\J 




E-i 


Cm 

o 








< 












^ 


1>- 


VO 1 lOJ-d- IOO'J^fVJ-d-ON|rHf\J I 


3 


13 


S^ 




Al OJ -d- rH f\j 


Eh 


<u 


rH 






< 


>H 








H 








to 




O 


f\J 


-J- irHMDC^'AHir^r^ojvx) ir\jv£) t 






lA 


^ 


fA -d- CO rH lA 


Q 




ON 


t\J 








H 






>H 


OJ 


OO 


C^lrAONrHrHCOrHJ-rHlAI IC^rH 
<NJ '^ f J OO rH rH rH CO 


a rH 




ir\ 


r<^ 






o-. 


lA 








J- 


O ir\JJ-^f\JrAaOlAI>-l>-rHrHO 1 


Cn - 




ON 


a-> 


rA OfA rArHrHfvjON OJ 


O O 




m 


O 


rA AJ fA 


ro 




o> 






Si 




rH 


H 








tA 


O (OJOrArUrHrHJ-rvJOrArHrArH 






O 


lA LAONrACOOJrH-d-tA MD 








1>- 


CO 1>- C^ 


fcw 










"6 




f-i 


K> 


<-i 






~ 


ON ( loOiArHC^rArHJ-ojoj ] lAfA 






rH 


rH ON O rA rH 




vD 


rA 


OJ rA C^ 






ON 






§3 




rH 


rH 








rH +> 








CO 


C^iACTNrAO OjrAvDrHrAOJC^ONvO LA 

f-{ ^OSj-J-COOOrHMD oj 


to 




cd U 


rA 






+J o 


-d- 


lA VO rH ^O rH rH --i 






o p. 






M 




E-* OJ 


[> 


rH rH rA 


►^ 




'd 






^ 




















ts^ 






























n 








ry 






























" 








a 






























0) 








g 






























■H 








H 






























2 

4J 




































rH 




































ItJ 
















a 




















•H 














o 




















t. 


13 












to 




















■l-> 


OJ 












u 




















to 


G . 












%. 




















3 

T3 


■s 






























C 


r~i 












13 CD 
















■H 


O 












0) Q) 
















G 














O bO 
















O U 


ft 












CO 3 
















■H O 


■H 










rH Vi 
















+J 


.c: T3 










ft OJ 
















O ^^ 


to <1) 










10 u 














0] <u 


d -p 






>» 




■H 


U 










ft^ 


D ^H 






(h 




TJ tn rH 


0) 








to u 


N O 






4-» 




O CU ^^ 




4-> 




G O 


■H ft 






a 




+J -H t« O 




c 




H 3 ■!-» <U 






QJ 




P, C O O ^ 
OJ O -H 4-> CIS 








■P >> O U 










O to Cm -H rH 


■H 




:3 tn +J 4-> 






(C 




X tn ^H to a 

(D O H rH QJ 


to 

0) 




O Cfl -r* (0 O 
J3 Sh to <U d 






w 




•^ ft > to -H 


(h 




+J O H -P 






3 


r-i 


+J t^ rH 






■H ft > ns t. 






-*J 


ai 


+J XJ a >i 3 tti 


(SO 


3 B 4J O 1 






CD 


■IJ 


(TjUEc0rH-»->Cj'rl-l->njT3+JbD fl 






4-> 


o 






to 


H 










bOrH tHOOt0at,<l>(fllHlHC0a)O 

■Hft<Dft-Hq33*a3(ijaj^+jq 


























B-HOQ) hOt^tHili-P+JC-PXCC 










l- 


H C 


1 C 


E- 




c- 


r^ 


n 


fi" 


o- 


t 


I o c 


= 




1 



61 



K 



a 



fO CO 



OCMCOO^Cjr^OCMOCOO-^CN 
O O rr 



ro 



rr CM 

in 



r- o 

CM t 



in 



csi 'J iD CN in r- r~ 



r- ca r- CO 
o r- ^ 
^ ro c^j 



■jt~-^cou)in^inooinrgro 

r-H^oiOvOCJOJ^'-^co^coco 

r-H in CO '-H o --H in 



I o ^ -— I o 
I o in r-- CM 

CO CO ^ 



lnc^^-M^cococo■J 
in CO 'X) ^ ^ in 01 



incN^ ^^cO't^i^o^ 



M- r- (^ 

CO 



ro <j ^ O CO 



r- in o CO o CM CO i 



I ^ r-t CO CNi 

00 00 —I vD 



r^ cjN sO in 

CM 



r> 


^ -a- ^ o in OJ CO 


r\i 


r- t^ r- "J ^ 


CO 


CO ^ ^ •^t 



CM vO ^ St 
00 vO -O ^O 



r-co^-oO'-i— ICO 
c^ ^ CO CM in r~ 
CO \r CM 00 



OJ -g- — 1 o^ 
— I 00 ^ o 

-H CM v}- 

CO 



CO ^ O CM CO 
— l ^ CO ^ 



I 



CM in ^H CD CO o in 
vo '-i — 1 in r~ CO ^ 
ro ^ ^ \o 



SCO 
.-^ CM 



CO I 



oi 00 CO <* o 
^ o CO 



g^ 



■b 3 i 



^ 



c 
o 
l/l 
M 
o; 
a 

T) 

0) <u 

U Q) 

ft) en 
^ rj 

Q. M-" 

in 01 
• H l-i 
X) 

1^ < 
o 

•M 

Q. C 
0) o • 



(1) 0) < 



M O 

O Xi 
-M fO 

• H r-l 
10 C 

•i-l .-I 0) 

> OJ -1-1 

t-i -I 

>• P ro 






E 
tK 3 -H ro >■ 



>■ 

ro "D 
5 0) 



01 

ro 0) 



<u ro 
e ^1 



•H ro 

ro M 

e -!-> 

M in 

O 3 

^*- T) 

C C 



Oi O 

01 >-l 

o ^ 
o 
o 



0) h +J 

> ro •r^ in 

■r^ ^^ in Q> 



o 
ro O. 



•(J 
0) m 



»-i OJ ro ^i M <D M 



> ro 

0) CO 

en 

C x> 
ro 0) 



-aiQ,-HC^roojDT)50JO)JHO)C+-' 
>EhroO)tt)<-'<jno-i->+JD. c 
O0)cn^iM*^ca>-t-j+JCC0)+-' 



u 
X c 

UJ 3 



62 



TABLE 27B. 



DBPOKTABLE ALIEMS LOCATED, BY STATUS AT ENTRY AND NATIONALITY: 
YEAB ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Nationality 



Number 
located 



Status at entry 



D-1 

crewman 



D-2 

crewman 



c o 



>- O O) 

u x: a. 

C .rH C 



All countries 

Europe 

Greece 

Hungary 

Italy 

Scandinavia 1/ 

Spain 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

British West Indies and 
British Honduras , 

Other Western Hemisphere . . 
Other nationalities 

^ Denmark, Norway, Sweden, 



88,823 



3,l^o 



't6,l53 



3.766 



9,'t73 



2.370 



1.239 



264 



930 



213 



16,661 



lit, 030 

3,39^ 

1,110 
2,55't 

678 
1,276 

206 
2,'t68 

5.629 

2,293 

895 

2,436 

64.448 



2,129 



"053 
29,877 
26,236 

1,492 

3,460 

1,23'. 



"29J 
37 

418 
72 

119 

383 
73 

729 

882 



647 



6,929 



1,892 



996 



215 



264 



108 



296 



15? 
232 
502 



211 
6 
40 
39 
22 
65 
10 

254 

1.821 



37S 
177 
1,266 



5.098 



W\ 5,061 
2,852 10,442 
- 24,468 



40.490 467 



222 

4 
7 



519 

2,211 
441 



102 
42 

231 

92 

321 
510 



37445 

3 

208 

1,726 

189 

508 

17 

333 

1,417 



247 
156 
207 
163 
76 
165 



515 
392 
510 

614 



62 

94 

234 

224 

422 
91 



237 

"TH2" 

10 

45 

106 



369 

15 

452 

51 

24 

1 
84 

30 



134 

15 

27 

17 

4 

18 



7 

2 

51 

46 

96 
39 



12 



107 



T 
5 

37 

61 

92 
14 



2 
3 

16 



2 

10 

4 

20 
4 



11 
18 
29 
12 
7 
31 
10 
146 

138 



112 
11 
15 

469 



113 

305 

24 

27 

45 
14 



5 
1 

66 
1 
2 
7 
2 

24 

24 



13 
4 
7 

44 



1 

3 

29 

11 

28 
9 



35 

78 
22 
20 
18 
26 
9 



55 

1 
5 

16,176 



1,204 

14,082 

845 

45 

90 
9 



4.634 



566 



"205" 
21 
50 
49 
43 
60 
8 
127 



90 978 



"S52- 

56 

70 

2.861 



25r 

2,052 
307 

241 
131 



and Iceland. 



63 



ALIEN CRIMEN DEStRTED AT UNITED STAfES AIR ANR SEAKiRT'J 
BY NATIONALITY AND FUG OF CARRIERl l/ 
YEAH ENDED JUNF JO. 1961 



Nationality 
of 



rljT of carrier from which decerte-J 
1 



Number deserted • 

Europe 

Denmarlc 

Finland 

Germany 

Greece 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Spain 

Sweden 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 2/ 

India 

Israel 

Japan 

Philippines 

Other Asia 

North America 

Canada 

Cuba 

Honduras 

Mexico 

Other North America 

South America 

Colombia 

Other South America 

Africa 

Oceania 

Other 



5.159 



1.313 



4.294 



259 

52 

220 

1,652 

341 

124 

542 

12 

38 

318 

101 

43 

477 

47 

69 

_Ji54. 



259 
19 
29 

7 
27 
13 



68 

125 

74 

8 

b? 

104 



23-: 
22 



B 
55 
831 
68 
13 
11 

2 

6 
29 

I 

97 

3 



7 

7 

15 

9 

37!1 

1 

35 



1 
10 



1 
6 
90 
60 
4 
10 



17 
3 

11 



-J_ 



1 
34 



5 

24 

5 



3? 
313 



1'. 
69 



-32 



_Ui 



17 

4b 
19 

! 34 

a3 



14 
1 
2 



1/ Includes deserting crewmen reported by ships' masters and those found in the United States 
~ by Service officers. 
2/ Includes Formosa. 



64 



TABLE 29. VESSELS AMD AIRPLANES INSPECTED, CREWMEN ADMITTED, ALIEN CREWMEN 

DESERTED, AND ALIEN STOWAWAYS FOUND, BY LOCATION: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



^ach arrival o 


f the same 


carrier or crewman coun 


ted separately 




Location 


Vessels and airplanes 
inspected on arrival 


Crewmen admitted 


Alien 1/ 

crewmen 

deserted 


Alien 
stowaways 




Vessels 


Airplanes 


Aliens 


Citizens 


found 


United States total ... 


67.680 


17?, 312 


1,7'^6,339 


8l'+.5't5 


5,159 


213 


Northeast Region 


15.930 


32.253 


652,826 


227. '+02 


2,182 


121 


Bos t on . Mass . ■••••.••■... 


l,'t51 
1,952 
192 
1 
5,909 
6, '+25 

29. If 93 


2,870 

'+,5'+8 

90 

3,6'+0 

ig.oi+S 

691 

1,366 

65.851 


'+5,2'+6 

20,980 

'+,900 

1+83 

550, '+38 

30,779 

593.262 


19,595 
6,182 
l,'+6l 
3,821+ 
192,838 
3,502 

298.673 


17*+ 
57 

'+0 

158 

1,680 

73 

2,11'+ 


5 


Buffalo, N. Y 


3 
1 


Newark, N. J 

;!ew York, N. Y 

Portland. Me- ............ 


9 

103 


St . Albans . Vt. 


. 


Southeast Region o 


21 




1,762 
l,'t53 
2,119 
9,591 
2,'+0'+ 
1,965 
8,36'+ 
1,835 

12, '+80 


968 

187 

3,283 

25,675 

l,'+36 

391 

33,00'+ 

907 
22,852 


50, '+60 
50,717 
53,368 

115,91'+ 
68,508 
75,568 

11'+, '+'+5 
63,882 

l'+'+,730 


17,297 

9,890 

10,790 

80,528 

31+, 318 

8, '+8'+ 

127, '♦39 

9,927 

70, '+'+8 


135 
'+32 

16 
312 
'♦08 
525 

65 
221 

219 


7 




H 




1 


Miami . Fla 


2 






Philadelphia, Pa 

San Juan, P. R. <..... 

Washington, D. C. 

Northwest Region 


3 
2 
2 

22 


Anchorage , Alaska 

Chicaeo. Ill 


8i+9 

513 

1,075 

729 

'+67 

8,8'+7 

8.710 


2, '+53 
1,930 
'+,553 
2.078 

16'+ 
6,179 
5, '+7'+ 

26.398 


15,509 

16,056 

21+, 008 

'+60 

9 

23,519 
l'+,051 
51,138 

251,090 


8,3ii7 

5,159 

l'+,'+98 

2,531 

13 

10 

7,297 

2,127 

30, '+26 

l'+'+,3'H 


i+l 
25 

60 
23 
70 

6'+'+ 


15 


Detroit. Kich 


2 


Helena. Mont- >■>■•■■••••■ 




Kansas Ci tv . Mo • •.••■•••■ 


^ 


Omaha. Nebr*« •>«••■■•••••• 


_ 


Portland- Oret?« •>.•.••>■• 


1 


St. Paul. Minn. 




Seattle. Wash.. • 


k 


Southwest Region 


13 


Dallas, Tex 


1,933 

917 
'♦,02'+ 

658 
1,178 

1.067 


5^2 
130 
1,65'^ 
6,121 
6,239 
7, '♦18 
383 
3,591 

25.958 


50, 6 W 

22'+ 

3 

'+0,655 

99,035 

17,722 

'+2, '+36 

375 

10'+, '+31 


27,722 

205 

'+ 

'+8,22'+ 

32, '+25 

9,5'+'+ 

2'+, 89'+ 

1,323 

73.681 


207 

15 
277 

28 
117 






3 


El Paso, Tex. 






2 


Los Angeles, Calif 

Scm Antonio, Tex 

San Francisco, Calif 

Phoenix, Ariz. 

Preinspection 


3 
5 


Hamilton, Bermuda 

Montreal . Can . ........... 


61 
9 

997 


1IB72 
6,800 
'♦,751 
10,030 
1,82'+ 

701 


25,67'+ 
15,301 
13,l'+8 
36,305 
1,911 
11,893 
199 


7,736 
15,601 
11,918 

7,339 

7, '+70 
20,5'+6 

3,071 


- 


- 




_ 




_ 




_ 


Vic toria - Can 


_ 




« 


Border Patrol Sectors 


36 


Miami 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


itt 


New Orleans .............. 


13 


Other 


5 







F 



Includes deserting crewmen reported by ships' masters and those found in the U. S. 
by Service officers. 



65 



a: 



as 








o 


■sj 


O^ 


CJ 


h- o 


r- 00 


^ 


OJ (T- 


CO 


CO CM in (^ CT- 


OJ 


•-t (j^ en t-- 


^ ^ 


^£) 


S 


lO 00 




o 


00 


o 


sO 


r^ r^ 


00 00 


O) 


.-t O 




CO ro >£) o vc 


3 


CJ CO (^ -^ 


r- ^ 




^ vf 




CN 


CO 






O CO 


-» o 


OJ 


--« CO 


in 


^ CO O O iT 


vO \0 c^ CM 








^.'~. 


^ 


o" 


(> 


n 


in 


%T CO 


■^ CM 




O^ CO 


a? 


^ ^J O^ O- iT 


r- 


in CM CO r~ CM 






in 


-0 00 


sD 


fO 


C-i 


Cj 












C^ 


in h- o CM c^ 


vD 


ON f^ ,_, ^ iT) 00 






^o 


CM CO 


CTv 


















in 


O^ CM r^ 


CM 


.-H in in CO 






CM 


CN) 


" 


















^ 




vD 


OJ <-< ^ 






«^ 


trt b9 




— t 


vD 


r- 


CM 


CO r- 


in *d- 


o 


■^ 00 


o- 


CM r^ CM C?^ CT- 


r~ 


0^ CM OJ CO in \D 


^ in 


^ 


in 


fO CM 




CO 


vO 


s 


O 


in CM 


•a; CO 


ro 


t-- CJ 


o 


O CO *t OJ ^ 

o- CO nO OJ r- 




CM OJ in r- CO 


in 




in 


00 r- 


O 


00 


c> 


■3- 


sD ^D 


CO 


CO 00 


r- 


00 


^c CM ro h- CO 









c^ 


o^ 


00 


CM 


'3- 


•^ CO 


•<J r-( 




c^ CO 


r- 


en o en m t^ 


Ol 


ro 00 in CO 'O CM 






CO* 


CM If) 


O 


CM 


C\l 


CM 












in 


in vO CM ^ o 


03 


CM CO CM 






CO 


If) CO 




















o 


O OJ o 


-c 


-H in 01 in r- 






CO 


OJ 




00 


^ 


O 


in 


3 r- 


OJ -^ 


^ 


o o 


r- 


o CO r- -c ^ 


r^ 


ro 00 CO Csi 


o^ in 0^ 


ro 


CO 






o 


r- 


CO 


CO c^ 


CM 


o o 


in 


c^ ^j o c^ o 


OD 


00 r- in t^ ^00 


>o 




s 


CO 


o 


est 


o^ 


CM 


c^ 


O^ fO 


o ^o 


CO 


o r-- 


in 


o^ tj [^ r- iT 


h- 


in CO r- ■^ r- CO 


— • 




CO 'H 


lO 


tj 


OJ 


iD 


^ 


in Tj- 


^o -^ 




O^ M^ 


CM 


CO CO o^ CM r- 


iT) 


--< CM ^ ■^ t- r- 






ro 


•<j'oo 


o^ 


fO 


en 


CM 














in r~ o -I iT 




•^ ^ en t^ 






CO 


^ CO 




















00 


CM CM CN 




^ en ■^ r- 

CM '-< ^ 









-H If) 




^£l 


~^ 


O 


o 


o O 


CM ^0 


CM 


CO 00 


s 


ro 00 -H in r- 


!^ 


c^ CO ro CO in ^ 


r- CD 





^ 


in (31 




if) 


ifi 


.-t 


in o 


S o^ 


O 


^O OJ 


o CM in o o 


-o 


■«;r r- CO ro C> CM 





OJ 


00 


§2 




o 


if) 


in 


fO 


^^^^ 


'J 


r^ 


r- •-< ^ CM n 




■a' r*- CO •■£) CM ^D 


01 




C-J 


CD 


































iD 


.-H 


o 


OJ 


sD 


CO CM 


^ ^ 




^ in 


■^ 


^ in in -^ oG 


n 


in in r- c^ 00 CO 









CM CD 


C> 


■^ 


^ 


CO 




CM 








CO 


in OJ CO ■-• in 


m 


CM •— I f^ CO CO CO 






01 


r- '-I 




















c> 
ro 


in -H '- 

CO 


o 

CO 
.-H 


-H «£) [^ ^x 

00 ^ CM 












CO 


iD 


CM 


in 


CO T- 


OJ ^ 


s 


o in 


r- 


r- in vo ro MD 


ro 


CO in r- c^ 







01 






n 


CM 


OJ 


o 


00 ^■ 


vO ■"3- 


O 00 


CO 


^ ^ .-) r^ vc 


lO 


OJ CM in cj^ ^ --* 
00 ^ 1^ '^ 







in 






■^ 


C-J 


00 


in 


'^, % 


vo r- 


■* 


in ro 


eg 


■O CO O -H C\ 


If) 


CO 




CO 




r- 


































lO 


X 


■O 


CO 


r-" 


(o r^ 


in r^. 




ro ^ 


Ch 


r- -o in -^ in 


o' 


^ CM CO --1 00 






CO 




o^ 


•^ 


Tf 


CO 




CN 








CO 


sj 00 CO -H in 


00 


CO md CO ^o 00 






lO 






















CO 
Ol 


o ^ 

Ol 


00 

oo' 


.-t OJ ■^ vO CO 

tn ^ ^ 












^o 


o 


lO 


CO 


h- in 


If) o 


IT) 


CO r- 


sO 


03 ^ O 00 ■^ 


■^ 


CO r- in r-~ r- 


r- 




CJ 






■<j 


CN 


CM 


in 


in --* 


o o 


-C 


00 o 


■^ 


CO -o r- CO CO 


rs; 


■^ h- -H CM in 


OJ 




;f) 






® 


■^ 


o 


o 


^ C4 


ch 00 


:^ 


^ CO 


r- 


■•T ^ vo in 00 


■n 


CO 00 ■— * 00 CO 


CO 




r~ 




vO 


































lO 


o* 


s 


CM 


•-* 


'O ■^ 


ro '-< 




ro ^ 


in 


--H O' O CM — 

in o^ in <-H r^ 


d 


CM vO vO CO 00 CM 






CN 




o 


f^ 


O 




•^ 








■^ 


(7- 


«:r r^ ^ ■^ 0^ ^ 






00 






















00 
CM 


in -4 

CJ 


00 
Ol 


^ r- 00 -^ 
in -T -T 






-0 






o 


o 


<T 


CO 


■^ r- 


CM o 


00 


CO in 


■^ 


rH ^ ro -H CO 


CD 


CO r-i Ch M3 OJ CM 


h- 




CM 






00 


00 


r- 


CO 


f^ sO 


CO 00 


CN 


(^ C> 


CJ 


o in vo CO r~ 


If) 


r^ ^r r^ in 


in 




CO 






cr, 




o 


00 


^ vO 


Ol CM 


cr 


vo c^ 


C^ 


in in ^o >£i iT 


00 


«^ CJ -H c^ OJ CO 


OJ 




If) 




lO 


































IT) 


h- 


iD 


— * 


00 


O CM 


CM --H 




•c 


^^ 


in o -H in 00 


01 


CO -H <— t vO ■— • 






00 




o 


CN 


CM 


CM 


00 


Ol -H 








CO 


■^ CJ -^ ^ 




in CO ^ -^ 

'-H CO ^ CO -^ 






t^ 




■"• 


CM 


CM 


OJ 












■J 


CJ --^ 


r- 






lO 


































M 






















OJ 


CM 


r- 


^ ^ .-t 












OJ 


^O 


r- 


CO 


CO ^ 


in <^ 


OJ 


■^ in 


o 


vO 3 --H ^ 00 

c^ CD -H -H o 


o 


CT> 00 CO r- CO 


00 




If) 






00 


■^ 


M3 


s 




TT (O 


Csl 


CM CO 


in 


CO 


sD CO r- in CO 


^r 




^ 






OI 


CM 


CJ 


^ CO 


CO >o 


00 


I^ TO 


■^ 


in CO in ^ •— 




en '-* c-i F^ 


CO 




r~ 




?, 


lO* 


00 


OJ 


o^ 


t-^in 


CO CM 




CN -^ 


CO 


Ol CJ ro t^ r- 


o^ 


CM CM ■T 






CM 




0^ 


r> 


CM 


CM 


^ 


CO CO 






r- 


CO 


in CO "-H o 


1* 


CD 01 CO -H 0- 'H 






If) 






o 
-1 


O^ 


o 


CO 


vO 








oc 

CM 


CM 


c^ 

00 


OJ in in in 
in ^ -^ 






0- 






o 


^ 










o 


CO '-1 


cc 


vO ^ sD --f ^ 


if) 


^ CM CO in 


s 




CO 






■«3- 












s 


CO CO 




CO r^ r- nD o 


8 


CO in "7 in 
^ 00 ^ n£> in 











a 


r) 
in 










CO CO 


m 


r- CO CO \0 ^ 


CM 




01 
lO 




so"-^ 


o 


CM o ro sO r- 


CO 


in CO SI CM 


o^ 


S 


c^ 












o 


o 


in r^ ^ ^ 


s 


in 00 --1 CM c^ r^ 






rH 






00 














CO 


sO ^ 


CO CO CO CO 






^ 


































tA 






















C) 


OJ 


o^ 


vO ^ ^ 












CT* 


lO 










CM 


TT in 


00 


OJ ^ vD ^0 C 

o so c^ sD r- 


vO 


•JD CO 5 ^ 00 

CO ci CM in 
■<j -S CO in ^r 


CJ- 




CD 


















CM 


r- ^ 


o 


CO 


r-- 








OJ 


h- 


00 
00 










3 


OJ CM 


D 


CO c^ CO ^r iT 


CO 


CM 




CO 




5-^' 


r-' 


to in t^ -o ^ 


(s^' 


CO --H ^ sr r- ■^ 
r^ ro CM 00 in 


o 


co 


CM 












t- 


in 00 ^ >- 


■" 






CM 






tO 


iD 
















o -< 


CM <> CO CO CO 






CO 


































*A 






















Ol 


CJ 


co' 


in ^ 


















W) • • 
























• 


4J • • 
■4-> • • 








; 




I I I I I I I 














, a> 


ro • • 


























• u 


f^ • « 


























• p 


o • • 


























• -tJ 








,^-s. 




















• .-t 


» • • 






•CMl 


• 




• •■•••* 


(/I • 












• 3 


yl • • 














Jri • 






•O tn 






• ••-1 








••E 


• 




• • . • • 01 • 
. • . . • QJ ■ 


L) • 

s : 


^ 




C -4-* 






• t~l 


m >- • 












• ■ • • • o • 






a> c 






• CT> 


tH h . 






• • • • 1/ 


c . 


-M • 


I/) 


irt • • 


m 




--H 


. ' "5 


+J +J • 






01 


-D • • . • a 


• • • • ro • 




OJ 


Q) • • 


E 


-D 


i 


tn « 


in • 




■D h 


0) •...(_ 


• • • >, • 


TJ • 





^ • « 


ui C 


0) 




in C 


c :^ . 


c • 


c 


O 


c ••••£: 


X) • y) • • QJ « 


c . 


c 


:) • • 


<D I/) 


-u 




C .-H 


T-t T) • 


a> • 


«) 


t;i3 


■ rf •••«(! 


(U • 01 • • > ■ 


ro 


ro 


N • • 


• rH -rH 


c 


c 


U 


c - 




•(H 


E • • • > 


C . -i . . C 


in col 


>. 


O) ^ • 


+J ^ 


at 


01 


.rt CJ> 


Cn.H 






o c 


ro • m • • a 


O • -H • • O in 


OJ 




-C 


•fH 


^ C 


C i/i 


ro <jt 


10 


CL.rt 


X • OJ • • 5 


■ r-t .D • • O C 


OJ 


> 


</) • 


> E 


Hi 




*0 .H 




^^ 




01 E 


0, . -« . . c 


4j.n0 ro 




c 


i;) • 




h 


n: 


^ 


c a> 




-D .r^ 


. .H • • C 


i/> C E in in M -r^ 


■ M Q) 







+J u 


a 




C M 


(h <n -C 


ro j:; 


o 


M 


in X) • • L 


Qi -r^ 4) +J Q> (h 


JD C 





u u 


a. 


« 


ft) o 


^ s 


■ rH +J 




>- U 


OJ in O 


3 ro +j tn ro x: +-» 


ro 




ru V 


< fTJ 


(0 




u S 


-D o 


k/1 




O C E wi in 1- 


a ^H D D +J in 




M 


^ 






J3 






ro 


h 


ifl y) 


C -H O 0) -fJ a 


4J ro XI _£) 0) 


ol a. 


Or 


«»H 0) 






rtl 


X 




C r-l 


0} 


D 3 


ro ro V 1/1 ro x: 


in -0 


01 -^ u 


j= 


t< X 




c 


t 


J^ 




(D ^ 




O O 


>■ M 3 D O t 
0» 1- < lH CQ C 


C C C C C C 0) 


In D -H 


S 


« z 




o 


s 




U < 


Ol 




►-* t-H a. 


3 < < 




U1 


O 








Ol 


> > 


> 


in 


N 




3 




tH 


Q 


' 






i 


9, lU 


c 


M 


•H 




.H 




0) 


5 








^ h 


o 


a> 


W 




nj 




a. 










cn 


o, a. 


u 




a. 




CO 




> 


1 



> CD 

m tn 
01 



c 


in OJ 




0) 1^ 




XI 


fll 


C ro 


Tl 


ro ^ 


C 


>,.rH 


ai 




r 


> > 


fl) 


c ro 


(H 








+J 


a. 






C +J (U 



■-H Tl N 



t. 0. 


,_( 


di 


TD 


n 


"t 


c 


u 




a> 0) 




ro 


•D j:: 


ro 


> 



c ro c c 
o in O o 



Tl 


c 


T) 


Tl 


jk: 





jk: 


^ 


m 


in 


m 


ro 


0) 




OJ 


0) 


^^ 


0) 


U 


M 


cu 


0, 


CO 


PQ 



•-ilcMlcOl^ 



1 



66 



TABLE 31. PASSENGERS ARRIVED IN THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, FROM FOREIGN 
COUNTRIES, BY COUNTRY OF EMBARKATION) YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 

^^oluslve of Canadian travel over land border^/ 



Country of 
embarkation 



By 8ea and a 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens. 



Total 



By air 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria , 

Belgium , 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark , 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar - 

Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland , 

Ireland 

Italy 

Liechtenstein , 

Luxembourg , 

Malta , 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania , 

Spain , 

Sweden - 

Switzerland , 

Turkey , 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R , 

Yugoslavia 

Asia 

Aden 

Arabian Peninsula 

Bhutan ... 

Bonin Volcano Islands . 

Burma , 

Cambodia 

Ceylon 

Christmas Island 

Cocos (Keeling) Islandi 

Cyprus 

Formosa 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

^<acao 

Malaya 

Nepal 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Portuguese India 

Ryukyu Islands 



3.36Q.606 



1.3^.190 



2,P43.A16 



751 .UP 



259.160 



A91.990 



2,609,A66 



.058.0A0 



h^^ld^ 



J..U3.893 



1,155 

32,9^0 

2^ 

70,105 

2,101 

253,841 

233,962 

1,507 

U,551 

28 

9,229 

50,013 

131,338 

1 

787 

-545 

112,261 

13,370 

2,505 

31,128 

266 

45,402 

9,693 

32,444 

910 

392,959 

325 

503 

222,628 



18 

71 

5 

82 

75 

50 

62 

6 

1 

169 

1,144 

11,295 

2,296 

648 

758 

157 

16,180 

147,201 

8 

946 

2,218 

1 

267 

326 

270 

27,227 

7 

6,603 



557.079 



836.814 



349.830 



141.960 



207.870 



1.094.063 



452 

13,199 

1 

31,254 

1,702 

74,250 

74,273 

285 

5,938 

5,192 
19,324 
51,041 

328 

255 

57,318 

7,411 

2,178 

9,927 

52 

20,020 

4,741 

14,001 

239 

163,055 

208 

435 

98.A54 



16 
51 

3 
26 
55 
19 
32 

1 

70 

612 

5,087 

1,545 

454 

376 

77 

8,207 

65,748 

2 

713 

1,017 

229 

156 

123 

10,524 

4 

1,414 



703 

19,741 

23 

38,851 

399 

179,591 

159,689 

1,222 

8,613 

28 

4,037 

30,689 

80,297 

1 

459 

290 

54,943 

5,959 

327 

21,201 

214 

25,382 

4,952 

18,443 

671 

229,904 

117 

68 

^ 2 4.174 



886 

3,589 

141 

65,159 

58,125 

1,500 

9,212 

77 

6,242 

66,244 



434 

27,273 

7,136 

2,309 

2,039 

24 

11,804 

6,384 

156 

30,590 

3 

503 

47.400 



521 

1,541 

77 

18,113 

22,236 

284 

3,924 

37 

1,944 

28,575 



147 

14,331 

3,328 

2,077 

682 

12 

6,350 

2,743 

37 
34,516 

435 

24.269 



2 

20 

2 

56 

20 

31 

30 

5 

1 

99 

532 

6,203 

751 

194 

382 

80 

7,973 

81,453 

6 

233 

1,201 

1 

38 

170 

147 

16,703 

3 

5,189 



18 

12 

5 

6 

2 

42 



161 

975 

4,137 

328 

16 

10 

7,754 

24,973 

5 

453 

455 

256 

19 

6,548 

7 

643 



16 

11 

3 

4 

2 

19 



65 

460 

2,331 

192 

3 

5 

4,800 

12,226 

1 

274 
219 

229 



2,986 

4 

44 



365 

2,048 

64 

47,046 

35,839 

1,216 

5,288 

40 

4,298 

37,669 



287 

12,942 

3,808 

232 

1,357 

12 

5,454 

3,641 

119 

46,074 

3 

68 

J1JL21 



23 



1,155 

32,054 

24 

66,516 

1,960 

188,682 

175,837 

7 

5,339 

28 

9,152 

43,771 

65,094 

1 

737 

111 

84,988 

6,234 

196 

29,089 

242 

33,593 

3,309 

32,444 

754 

312,369 

322 



175.228 



415.U9 



452 

12,678 

1 

29,713 

1,625 

56,137 

51,987 

1 

2,014 

5,155 
17,380 
22,466 

328 

108 

42,987 

4,083 

101 

9,245 

40 

13,670 

1,998 

14,001 

202 

128,539 

208 



74.185 



96 

515 

1,806 

136 

13 

5 

2,954 

12,747 

4 

179 

236 

27 

11 

3,562 

3 

599 



59 

76 
73 
50 
20 

6 

1 

8 

169 

7,158 

1,968 

632 

748 

157 

8,426 

122,228 

3 

493 

1,763 

1 

11 

326 

251 

20,679 

5,960 



40 

22 
53 
19 
13 
1 

5 

152 

2,756 

1,353 

451 

371 

77 

3,407 

53,522 

1 

439 

798 



156 

115 

7,538 

1,370 



678.944 



703 

19,376 

23 

36,803 

335 

132,545 

123,850 

6 

3,325 

28 

3,997 

26,391 

42,628 

1 

459 

3 

42,001 

2,151 

95 

19,844 

202 

19,928 

1,311 

18,443 

552 

183,830 

114 



101 .0^3 



19 

54 
20 
31 
7 
5 
1 
3 

17 

4,402 

615 

181 

377 

80 

5,019 

68,706 

2 

54 

965 

1 

11 

170 

136 

13,141 

4,590 



67 



TABLE 31. PASSENGERS ARRIVKD IN THE UNITED STATiSS, BY SEA AJID AIR, FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, 
BY COUNTRY OF ElffiARKATIONi YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 



Country of 
etibarkation 



By sea and air 



Total 



Aliens 



Cltl- 
zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



By air 



Aliens 



Asia (Cont'd)t 

Saudi Arabia 

Singapore 

Thailand 

Turkey 

U.A.R.-Syria 

U.S.S.R 

Vietnam 

Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Cameroun 

Cape Verde Islands 

Congo 

Congo, Republic of The ••• 

Ethiopia 

Gambia ••• 

Ghana •••• 

Guinea 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Liberia 

Libya 

Morocco 

Mozambique 

Nigeria 

Rio Muni 

St. Helena 

Senegal 

Sierra Leone • 

Somililand (Fr.) 

Southern Antarctica (Fr. )• 

Southern Rhodesia 

Sudan 

Tanganyika 

Togo 

Tunisia 

Uganda 

Union of South Africa • . . . 

U.A.R. - Egypt 

Zanzibar 

Oceania 

Australia 

Fiji 

Gilbert and Qlice Islands 

New Caledonia 

New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. AdmJ 

Polynes la 

Solomon Islands (Br.) .... 
Wake and Midway Islands .. 
Western Samoa 

North America 

Canada 

Greenland 

Mexico 

St. Pierre and Miquelon .. 



1,-133 

782 

1,029 

khz 

81 

1 

7A9 

13.983 



30 

6 

3 

57 

122 

295 

A2 

10 

928 

5 

18 

334 

1,091 

1,909 

A, 639 

13 

20 

13 

1,053 

284 

59 

9 

5 

1 

3 

9 

37 

80 

1,065 

1,798 

1 

63.066 



27,328 

8,773 

226 

26 

7,a2 

9,958 

4,646 

12 

4,548 

137 

1.196.200 



412 
405 
393 
139 
41 

503 

3.459 



1,021 
377 
636 
323 
40 
1 
246 

10.524 



10 
406 
47 
67 
41 



2.251 



3 

299 

13 

17 

34 



1.125 



20 

4 

1 

10 

1 

193 

12 

10 

430 

1 

300 

312 

82 

281 

3 

13 

34 
114 

37 
5 
3 
1 



15 

32 

80 

557 

908 



J8. 3Q2 



10 

2 

2 

47 

121 

102 

30 

498 

5 

17 

34 

779 

1,827 

4,358 

10 

7 

13 

1,019 

170 

22 

4 

2 

3 

9 

22 

12 

503 

890 

1 

24.764 



7 

107 

34 

50 

7 



1.126 



1,423 
376 
982 
395 
40 
1 
745 

11.732 



6 

3 

57 

23 
42 
10 
64 
5 
18 
49 
79 
48 
350 
13 
12 



5 

59 

9 

5 



4 

1 

10 



12 
10 
40 

1 
18 
32 

102 
3 
9 



5 

37 
5 
3 



2 
2 

47 

15 
30 

24 

5 

17 

31 

47 

48 

248 

10 

3 



22 

4 
2 



9 

2 

353 

1,029 

1 

23.246 



192 
633 



19.821 



9 

2 

161 

396 

1 

3.42^ 



22,655 

6,226 

267,760 

4 



21,523 
5,818 

25 

11 

6,509 

2,105 

1,874 

4 

409 

24 

468 . 874 



13,307 

594 

94,536 

4 



5,805 
2,955 

201 
15 

903 

7,853 

2,772 

8 

4,139 

113 

727. 326 



9,348 

5,632 

173,224 



13,907 

1,764 

150 

3 

6,3?6 

916 

110 

14 
26 

98.244 



11,989 

1,329 

3 

1 

5,762 

683 

46 

1 

7 

49.121 



1,918 
435 
147 
2 
594 
233 
64 

13 
19 

49.123 



30 



122 
272 



864 



285 
1,012 

1,861 
4,289 

8 

13 

1,053 

279 



1 
3 

37 

42 

80 

712 

769 



39.820 



409 
106 
380 
122 

7 

502 
2.33 4 



20 



1 
185 



390 



282 

280 

82 

179 



34 
109 



13,421 

7,009 

76 

23 

1,056 

9,042 

4,536 

12 

4,534 

111 

1.097.956 



15 
32 
80 

365 
275 



18.481 



12,337 

57 

2,059 



8,585 

12 

959 



3,752 

45 

1,100 



10,318 

6,169 

265,701 

4 



9,534 

4,489 

22 

10 

747 

1,422 

1,828 

4 

408 

17 

419.753 



4,722 

582 

93,577 

4 



68 



TABLE 31. 



PASSENGERS ARRIVED IN THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIH, FROM FOREIGN COUNTRIES, 
BY COUNTRY OF EMBARKATION: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 



j^eluaiva of Canadian travel over land borders/ 





Bv 


sea and air 


Bv sea 


Br air 


Country of 
embarkation 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


North America (Cont'd) i 
West Indies ••••••••••••« 


800.912 


313. A85 


L&l.LZl 


72.989 


36.409 


36.580 


727.923 


277.076 


A50.8A7 




256,624 
117,214 

19,521 
142,672 

27,048 
4,519 

20,376 
3,206 

28,769 
180.963 


40,808 

16,348 

15,923 

111,806 

14,577 

3,414 

7,124 

2,132 

15,850 

85.503 


215,816 
100,866 

3,598 
30,866 
12,471 

1,105 
13,252 

1,074 
12,919 
95.A60 


16,738 

1,848 

19,202 

12,716 

3,525 

2,025 

4,658 

920 

3,321 

8.036 


1,963 

558 

15,812 

8,315 

318 

1,898 

1,405 

890 

2,151 

3.099 


14,775 
1,290 
3,390 
4,401 
3,207 
127 
3,253 
30 
1,170 
A. 937 


239,886 

115,366 

319 

129,956 

23,523 

2,494 

15,718 

2,286 

25,448 

172.927 


38,845 

15,790 

111 

103,491 

14,259 

1,516 

5,719 

1,242 

13,699 

82.404 


201, oa 


Bermuda ....*.•.••■•>■•< 


99,576 


British Virgin Islands. 
Cuba ••••••••«•••••••••• 


208 
26,465 


Dominican Republic 


9,264 
978 


Haiti ••••• 


9,999 




1,044 


Netherlands West Indies 
The West Indies ••••••• • 


11,749 
90.523 




14,854 
130,686 

11,469 

15 

2,980 

19,967 

6 
204 
560 
222 

98.6A3 


7,934 
58,368 

5,000 

3 

2,082 

11,299 

2 
136 
542 

137 

/i.6.948 


6,920 
72,318 

6,469 

12 

898 

8,668 

4 
68 
18 
85 

51.695 


1,034 
4,580 

96 

713 
1,505 

2 

15 
91 

10.802 


120 
1,535 

63 

691 

660 

2 

28 

3.156 


914 
3,045 

33 

22 

845 

2 
13 
63 

7.646 


13,820 
126,106 

11,373 

15 

2,267 

18,462 

6 
202 

545 
131 

87.8a 


7,814 
56,833 

4,937 

3 

1,391 

10,639 

2 

136 
540 
109 

A3. 792 


6,006 


Jamaica «••••«•••••••• 


69,273 


Leeward Islandtt 


6,436 


Montaerrat ■■>■>•••• 


12 


St. Christopher .... 
Trinidad and Tobago . . 


876 
7,823 

4 




66 


3t Lucia •• 


5 




22 

AA.0A9 


British Hondurafl 

Canal Zone and Panama < 


2,888 
44,671 
6,574 
5,633 
26,251 
8,240 
4,386 

206.615 


1,324 
15,311 
4,040 
3,907 
14,3a 
5,023" 
3,002 

138.638 


1,564 
29,360 
2,534 
1,726 
11,910 
3,217 
1,384 

67.977 


22 

8,772 
292 

37 
787 
832 

60 

15.948 


12 

2,276 

103 

26 
299 
394 

46 

10.470 


10 

6,496 

189 

11 
488 
438 

14 

5,A78 


2,866 
35,899 
6,282 
5,596 
25,464 
7,408 
4,326 

190.667 


1,312 
13,035 
3,937 
3,881 
14,042 
4,629 
2,956 

128.168 


1,554 

22,864 

2,345 




1,715 


Guatemala ..• 


11,422 




2,779 




1,370 


.*V)uth America •••••••«•••••• 


62.499 




28,692 

1,269 

34,9a 

1,112 

7,812 

36,993 

9,099 

53 

692 

21,969 

270 

788 

62,925 

3J /.,??! 


21,160 

803 

20,186 

834 

5,860 

27,240 

6,515 

46 

475 

13,535 

99 

552 

41,333 

12.38a 


7,532 

466 

14,755 

278 

1,952 

9,753 

2,584 

7 

217 

8,434 

171 

236 

21,592 

201.837 


2,499 

3,647 

30 

600 

403 

595 

1 

735 

7 

9 

7,422 

214.221 


1,228 

2,053 

24 
339 
202 
180 

185 

6 

5 

6,248 

12.384 


1,271 

1,594 

6 

261 

201 

415 

1 

550 

1 

4 

1,174 

201,837 


26,193 

1,269 

31,294 

1,082 

7,212 

36,590 

8,504 

53 

691 

21,234 

263 

779 

55,503 


19,932 

803 

18,133 

810 

5,521 

27,038 

6,335 

46 

475 

13,350 

93 

547 

35,085 


6,261 


Bolivia 


466 


Brazil 


13,161 




272 


Chile 


1,691 




9,552 


Elcuador ,, «•••••••«•••!••• 


2,169 


French Guiana .■•<••■••••• 


7 




216 




7,884 


Surinam (Neth. Guiana) ... 


170 
232 




20,418 


Cruise • 






37, a7 
159,727 
9,722 
1,656 
1,456 
2,632 
1,611 

1,469,439 
1,891,167 


1,903 
9,094 
414 
43 
613 
175 
142 

433,673 
883,517 


35,514 
150,633 
9,308 
1,613 
843 
2,457 
1,469 

1,035,766 
1,007,650 


37, a7 
159,727 
9,722 
1,656 
1,456 
2,632 
1,611 

162,903 
588,237 


1,903 
9,094 
414 
43 
613 
175 
142 

36,001 
223,149 


35,514 
150,633 
9,308 
1,613 
843 
2,457 
1,469 

126,902 
365,088 


1,306,536 
1,302,930 


397,672 
660,368 


- 




_ 


Europe & Mediterranean ••• 


- 


Southern South America • • • 


- 




_ 


Flag of Carrier 1 

United States 


908,864 


Foreign ••••••« 


642,562 







69 



TABLE 32. PASSENGERS DEPARTED FROM THE UNITED STATES, BY SEA AND AIR, 

TO FOREIC.N COUNTRIES, BY COUNTRY OF DEBARKATIONi 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land border^ 



Country of 
debarkation 



By sea and air 



Total 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



By air 



Total 



Aliens 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

BelgiuTi 

Czechoslovakia 

Demiark 

Finland 

France 

Ger^.any 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Luxeiibourg 

;felta 

Monaco 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

RuTiania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

U.S.3.R 

Yugoslavia 

Asia 

Aden 

Arabian Peninsula .... 
Bonin Volcano Islands 

Burnia 

Brunei 

Ca'nbodla 

Ceylon 

Cyprus 

Formosa 

Hong Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Malaya 

Nepal 

New Guinea 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

Portuguese India 

Ryukyu Islands 

Saudi Arabia 

Singapore 

Thailand 

Turkey 

U. A. R.Syria 

Vietnam 



3,063.056 



- .0 9 ^. 9 ^ 7 



1-969.119 



718.211 



227.620 



490. ?91 



2 -3^.3^5 



866.317 



1.478.528 



1.360.331 



2,352 

26,i8i 

24 

70,240 

2,553 

206,859 

206,835 

2,460 

16,406 

18,785 

44,985 

124,350 

20 

166 

24 

98,931 

11 , 688 

445 

29,419 

63 

46,483 

9,645 

32,061 

1,345 

406,877 

266 

565 

194.714 



511.897 



43 

12 

148 

42 

5 

2 

21 

143 

582 

5,503 

1,242 

691 

1,172 

138 

18,836 

123,753 

3 

1,345 

2,720 

10 

47 

4 

337 

25,785 

103 

7,657 

1,750 

633 

827 

632 

37 

491 



696 

9,169 

3 

29,979 

1 , 822 

66,812 

59,045 

635 

5,242 

9,434 

14,362 

38,854 

2 

139 

47,691 

5,371 

178 

7,353 

28 

22,659 

4,356 

12,364 

345 

174,743 

248 

367 

68.049 



848.434 



1,65'': 

17,315 

21 

40,261 

731 

140,047 

147,790 

1,825 

11,164 

9,351 

30,623 

85,496 

18 

27 

24 

51,240 

6,317 

267 

22,066 

35 

23,824 

5,289 

19,697 

1,000 

232,134 

13 

198 

126.665 



362.572 



1 45 .0 55 



217.517 



997.759 



366.842 



25 

2 

28 

17 



9 

49 

211 

1 , 562 

355 

407 

495 

63 

5,766 

47,871 

212 

934 

1 

47 

77 
8,476 

85 
354 
461 
139 
166 
111 

12 
114 



18 

10 

120 

25 

5 

2 

12 

94 

371 

3,941 

887 

284 

677 

75 

13,070 

75,882 

3 

1,133 

1,786 

9 

4 

260 

17,309 

18 

7,303 

1,289 

494 

661 

521 

25 

377 



1,715 

4,851 

766 

63,796 

51,198 

2,460 

11,334 

99 

10,960 

57,995 

56 

24 

24,798 

9,376 

66 

3,734 

1 

13,803 

6,566 

123 

98,320 

7 

524 

29.811 



786 

2,406 

596 

20,200 

19,417 

635 

4,212 

54 

3,024 

20,028 

29 

12,063 
4,497 
53 
1,519 
1 
8,551 
2,793 

45 

43,801 

7 

338 

9.755 



43 

12 

6 



14 
143 
502 
1,728 
384 
317 
37 

8,246 

10,751 

3 

1,244 

614 



4 

56 

4,597 

520 

2 

208 

206 

78 

37 

46 



7 

49 

182 

499 

99 

249 

2 

2,897 
3,575 

181 
135 

1 



9 
1,692 

22 
2 
46 
25 
31 
12 
7 



929 

2,445 

170 

43,596 

31,781 

1,825 

7,122 

45 

7,936 

37,967 

27 

24 

12,735 

4.879 
13 

2,215 

5,252 
3,773 

78 
54,519 

186 

20.056 



7 

94 

320 

1,229 

285 

68 

35 

5,349 
7,176 

3 

1,063 

479 



2,352 

24,769 

24 

65,389 

1,787 

143,063 

155,637 

5 ,072 

18,686 

34,025 

66,355 

20 

110 

74,133 

2,312 

379 

25,685 

62 

32,680 

3,079 

32,061 

1,222 

308,557 

259 

41 

164.903 



696 

8,383 

3 

27,573 

1,226 

46,612 

39,628 

1,030 

9,380 

11,338 

18,826 

2 

110 

35,628 

374 

125 

5,334 

27 

14,103 

1,563 

12,364 

300 

130,942 

241 

29 

58.294 



142 
42 

2 
7 

80 

3,775 

858 

374 

1,135 

138 

10,590 

113,002 

101 

2,106 

2 

47 



47 


281 


2,905 


21,188 


- 


103 


498 


7,137 


- 


1,748 


162 


425 


181 


621 


47 


554 


25 


- 


39 


445 



29 

1,063 

256 

158 

493 

63 

2,869 

44,296 

31 
799 

47 

68 
6,784 

85 
332 
459 

93 
141 

80 

107 



70 



TABLE 32. PAS3ENGER3 DEPARTED FROM THE XlITErj STATES, BY 3EA A'JD AIR, 
TO FOREIGN O0UNTHIE3, BY COUNTRY OF DEBARKATION! 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders^/ 



Country of 
debarkation 



sea and air 



Total 



Aliens 



Gitl- 
zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



Cltl- 
zens 



By air 



Total Aliens 



Citi- 
zens 



Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Ca-neroun 

Cape Verde Islands 

CoTioro Island s 

Congo, Republic of The 

Ethiopia 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Liberia 

■Libya 

Malagasy Republic 

Morocco 

MozaTibique 

Nigeria 

St. Helena 

Senegal 

Sierra Leone 

Sonaliland (Fr.) 

South West Africa 

Sudan 

Tanganyika 

Tunisia 

Union of South Africa 

U. A. R. -Egypt 

Zanzibar 

Oceania 

Australia 

Fiji 

Gilbert and Ellice Islands . 

New Caledonia 

New Guinea 

New Hebrides 

New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. Adm.) 

Polynesia 

SoloTion Islands (Br.) 

Wake and Midway Islands . . . . 
Western Saiioa 

North A-nerica 

Canada 

Greenland 

Mexico 

West Indies 

Baha'nas 

Bermuda 

British Virgin Islands . . . 

Cuba 

Do-ninican Republic 

Guadeloupe 

Haiti 

Martinique 

Netherlands West Indies . . 



11.8'U 



3 

39 

32 

6 

266 

65 

695 

29 

5 

57 

l,6i8 

1,581 

8 

3,765 

31 

206 

22 

-191 

AS 

10 

32 

10 

18 

^8 

9/V2 

1,773 

1 

56.670 



11, 6U 

21,039 

8 

26 

12 

87 

-i,076 

10,769 

^,821 

17 

i,170 

1 

1.0^3.571 



17,517 

5,'i70 

253, 18i 

676.919 



2^5,011 

127,877 

19,763 

81,527 

17,843 

2,663 

18,118 

2,264 

26,896 



1.922 



9.942 



i. iV- 



_621 



1 
16 
10 

6 
69 

3 
188 

9 

331 

64 

6 

131 

7 

25 

4 

154 

23 

1 

9 

5 

2 

13 

384 

4'^1 



29.071 



6,644 
15,235 

13 

58 
2,943 
1,870 
1,541 

762 



349.606 



27 

2 

23 

22 

197 

62 

507 

25 

5 

48 

1,317 

1,517 

2 

3,634 

24 

181 

18 

337 

25 

9 

23 

5 

16 

35 

558 

1,322 

1 

27.599 



1,69 3 



9.492 



3 
39 
32 

32 

65 
35 
29 
5 
50 

179 

70 

8 

594 
31 
90 
22 
^i 
48 
10 
32 
10 
18 
1 

397 

SI5 
1 



1 
1 

16 
10 

6 
3 
7 
4 

9 

59 

30 

6 

112 

19 

4 

14 

23 

1 



1 
162 
168 



8.294 



5,000 
5,804 



12 

29 

1,133 

8,899 

3,280 

17 

3,408 

1 

693.965 



3,760 

432 

85,463 

21 4.491 



8,757 

5,038 

167,721 

462.428 



7,370 
2,533 



12 

,07"^ 

516 

593 

9 

5 



84.522 



4,264 
2,026 



1,510 
348 

146 



37.39: 



4 

2 

23 

22 

26 
62 
28 
2': 

5 

41 

120 

40 

2 
482 
24 
71 
18 
37 
2"^ 

9 
21 

5 
16 

235 

347 

1 

4. 81 9 



28 



6 
234 

660 



7 
1,469 
1,511 

3,171 

116 

440 



47 

■^45 

1,258 



4 .3.5 57 



1.243 



6 
63 

181 



272 
34 

19 

6 
140 



12 
222 
283 



20.777 



8,250 

24 

1,668 

64.7a 



40,527 

18,881 

16,381 

58,713 

8,166 

1,671 

6,043 

1,305 

13,3^4 



204,484 

108,996 

3,382 

22,814 

9,677 

992 

12,075 

959 

13,542 



10,849 

15,743 

19,178 

7,211 

1,820 

322 

1,692 

468 

1,795 



4,725 

3 

366 

28.922 



3,106 
«;n7 



12 

565 

168 

447 

9 

5 



47 .130 



4,274 

18,506 

8 

26 

87 

2,001 

10,253 

4,228 

8 

4,165 

1 

959.049 



3,525 

16 

1,302 

J 5 . 819 



9,267 

5,4>46 

251,516 

612.178 



2,380 
13,209 

18 

58 
1,433 
1,522 
1.395 

762 



312.214 



1,280 

3,110 

15,996 

5,085 

688 

292 

634 

460 

405 



9,569 

12,633 

3,182 

2,126 

1,132 

30 

1,058 

8 

1,390 



234,162 

112,134 

585 

74,316 

16,023 

2,341 

16,426 

1,796 

25,101 



I 



4,035 

424 

85,097 

185.569 



39,247 

1^1,771 

385 

53,628 

7,478 

1,379 

5,409 

845 

12,949 



8,249 



23 

171 
479 

7 
1,197 
1,477 

3,152 

110 

300 



35 
323 

975 



22.780 



1,894 

5,297 

8 

8 

29 

563 

8,731 

2,833 

8 

3,403 

1 

646.335 



5,232 

5,022 

166,419 

426.609 



194,915 

96,363 

200 

20,688 

8,545 

962 

11,017 

951 

12,152 



71 



TABLE 32. PASSENGERS DEPARTED FROM THE UNITED3TATE3, Hf SEA AND AIR, 
TO FOREIGN COUNTRIES, Bt COUNTRY OF DEBARKATION: 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borders/ 





Br 


sea and air 


B7 sea 1 


I| 


/ air 


Country of 
debarkation 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Uiens 


Citi- 
zens 


Total 


Aliens 


Citi- 


North America (Cont'd) i 
West Indies (Cont'd): 

The West Indies 


134.957 


49.450 


85.507 


5.663 


972 


4.091 


129.294 


48.478 


80.816 




8,562 
98,488 

10,132 

26 

2,456 

14,829 

13 

9 

404 

38 

90.481 


4,155 
31,265 

4,562 

4 

1,607 

7,463 

3 

3 

379 

9 

40.460 


4,407 
67,223 

5,570 

22 

849 

7,366 

10 

6 

25 

29 

50.021 


162 
4,494 

4 

2 

242 

756 

2 

1 

9.839 


70 
449 

2 
224 
224 

2 

1 

3.371 


92 
4,045 

4 

18 

^i32 

6.468 


3,^00 
93,994 

10,128 

24 

2,214 

14,073 

11 

9 

403 

38 

80.642 


4, OSS 
30,816 

4,562 

2 

1,383 

7,239 

1 

3 

378 

9 

37.089 


4,315 


jaiiaica 


63,178 


Leeward Islands i 

Antigua 

Montserrat 


5,566 
22 


St. Christopher 

Trinidad and Tobago 

Windward Islands: 

Do-ninioa 

Grenada 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent 


831 
6,834 

10 

6 

25 

29 




43.55? 


British Honduraa 

Canal Zone and Panatna 

Costa Rica 

fil Salvador 

Guate-nala 

Honduras 


2,740 
41,209 
6,518 
5,316 
22,793 
7,4^7 
4,4^8 

191.610 


1,017 
13,333 
3,695 
3,602 
11,776 
4,251 
2,786 

121.718 


1,723 
27,876 
2,823 
1,714 
11,017 
3,206 
1,662 

69 . 892 


27 

8,567 

159 

2 

259 

805 

20 

21.525 


21 

2,803 

30 

2 

124 

373 

18 

14.771 


6 

'^,764 

129 

135 

432 

2 

6.754 


2,713 
32,642 
6,359 
5,314 
22,534 
6,652 
4,428 

170.085 


996 
10,530 
3,665 
3,600 
11,652 
3,878 
2,768 

106.947 


1,717 
22,112 

2,694 

1,714 
10,882 

2,774 


Nicaragua , 

South ATierica 


1,660 
63,138 




25,562 

1,061 

38,211 

1,358 

8,203 

35,452 

7,244 

56 

28 

370 

18.645 

768 

1,155 

53,497 

204.296 


16,657 

585 

23,458 

694 

5,338 

24,928 

4,961 

36 

23 

173 

10,960 

165 

658 

33,082 

11.674 


8,905 
476 

14,753 

664 

2,865 

10,524 

2,283 

20 

5 

197 

7,685 

603 

497 

20,415 

192.622 


2,756 

9,656 

52 

974 

813 

333 

845 

21 

238 

5,837 

204.296 


1,453 

7,974 

18 

468 

561 

I'^S 

197 

3 

105 

3,834 

11.674 


1,303 

1,682 

34 

506 

2-^2 

175 

648 

18 

133 

2,003 

192,622 


22,806 

1,061 

28,555 

1,306 

7,229 

34,639 

6,911 

56 

28 

370 

17,800 

747 

917 

47,660 


15,204 

585 

15,484 

676 

4,870 

24,367 

4,803 

36 

23 

173 

10,763 

162 

553 

29,248 


7,602 


Rnl i vi a 


476 


Brazil 


13,071 


Rritiah Guiana 


630 


Chile 


2,359 




10,272 


Ecuador 


2,108 
20 


French Guiana 

Paraguay 


5 

197 

7,037 


Surinam (Neth. Guiana) 

Uruguay 


585 

364 

18,412 








24,435 
161,348 

10,172 
1,623 
1,027 
3,048 
2,638 

1,302,825 
1,760,231 


807 
8,675 
398 
340 
55 
538 
861 

339,362 
754,575 


23,628 
152,673 
9,774 
1,288 
972 
2,510 
1,777 

963,463 
1,005,656 


24,435 
161,348 

10,172 
1,628 
1,027 
3,048 
2,638 

151,048 
567,163 


807 
8,675 
398 
340 
55 
538 
861 

33,960 
193,660 


23,623 
152,673 
9,774 
1,288 
972 
2,510 
1,777 

117,088 
373 , 503 


1,151,777 
1,193,068 


305,402 
560,915 


- 




_ 


Europe and Mediterranean .... 
Far Eag t 


- 


Southern South America 

World Cruise 


- 




- 


Flag of Carrier! 

United States 


846,375 


Foreign 


632,153 



72 



TABLE 33. PASSENGER TRAVGL BETWEEN THE LIMITED STATES AND FOREIGN OGUNTRIES, 

BY SEA AND AIR, BY PORT OF ARRIVAL OR DEPA^TUREl YEAR ENDED .lUNE 30, 1961 

/Exclusive of Canadian travel over land borJer^ 



Port 



By sea and a 



Total 



Al lens 



Clti- 
zens 



Total 



By sea 



Aliens 



Citl- 
zens 



Toto 



By aix- 



Aiiens 



Cltl- 



ARRIVED 

Ala., Mobile 

Alaska, Anchorage 

Calif., Los Angeles 

San Francisco .. . 

Conn., Hartford 

D. C, Washington 

Fla., Jacksonville .... 

Key West 

Miami 

Port Everglades . 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach . 

Guam, Agana 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

111., Chicago 

La., New Orleans 

Md., Baltimore 

Mass., Boston 

Mich., Detroit 

N. J., McGuire, A.F.B. . 
N. Y., Buffalo 

New York 

Pa., Philadelphia 

P.R., San Juan 

S. C, Charleston 

Tex., Brownsville 

Dallas 

Houston 

San Antonio 

Va., Norfolk 

V. I., Charlotte Amalie 

Frederiksted .... 

Wash., Seattle 

Other ports 

DEPARTED 

Ala., Mobile 

Alaska, Anchorage 

Calif., Los Angeles 

San Francisco ... 

Conn., Hartford 

D. C, Washington 

Fla., Jacksonville .... 

Key West 

Miami 

Port Everglades . 

Tampa 

West Palm Beach . 

Guam, Agana 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

111., Chicago 

La., New Orleans 

Md., Baltimore 

Mass., Boston 

Mich., Detroit 

N. J., McGuire, A.F.B. . 
N. Y., Buffalo 

New York 

Pa., Philadelphia 

P. R. , San Juan 

S. C, Charleston 

Tex., Brownsville 

Da 1 1 a s 

Houston 

San Antonio 

Va., Norfolk 

V. I., Charlotte Amalie 

Frederiksted .... 

Wash., Seattle 

Other ports 



3.360.606 



1.317.190 



2.043.<116 



751.1^0 



259.150 



491,990 



2.609.-ibo 



1.05e.040 



U55 L.-'?b 



1,601 

51,857 

113,611 

135,736 

1,289 
12,420 

1,893 

15,739 

550,041 

90,895 

2,531 
40,516 
16,309 
64,574 
71,804 
50,391 

6,216 
56,754 
13,847 
98,553 

2,410 

1,667,365 

10,342 

98,655 

14,951 

778 

1,070 
34,352 
46,048 

6,758 
27,505 

3,496 

5,912 
14,387 

3.063.056 



311 

38,605 

59,830 

56,294 

139 

1,533 

524 

10,819 

240,944 

23,898 

1,849 

9,883 

5,893 

26,323 

20,803 

18,206 

2,014 

15,649 

4,333 

10,183 

1,780 

646,578 

2,125 

56.135 

1,909 

345 

455 

14,273 

13,115 

1,537 

19,721 

2,088 

2,600 

6,496 

1,093.937 



1,290 

13,252 

83,781 

79,442 

1,150 

10,807 

1,369 

4,920 

309,097 

66,997 

682 

30,633 

10,416 

38,251 

51,001 

32,185 

4,202 

41,105 

9,514 

88,370 

630 

1,020,787 

8,217 

42,520 

13,042 

433 

615 

20,079 

32,933 

5,221 

7,784 

1,403 

3,312 

7,891 

1.969.119 



1,573 

15,389 

31,916 

42 

2,676 

1,514 

7,416 

75,315 

42,839 

309 

1,678 

3,514 

20,378 

151 

5,392 

2,954 

5,794 

142 

11 

470,650 

4,452 

23,054 

891 

116 

985 

3,889 

19,630 

204 

1,322 

6,944 

7 18.211 



303 

11,052 

15,644 

3B 

63 

446 

5,125 

5,566 

17,065 

170 

1,057 

1,322 

11,945 

39 

1,475 

691 

1,587 

100 

11 
147,161 

932 

13,192 

336 

■36 

594 

1,329 

16,060 

24 

855 

4,867 

227.620 



1,265 

4,337 

16,272 

4 

2,613 

1,068 

2,291 

69,749 

25,774 

139 

621 

2,192 

8,433 

112 

3,917 

2,263 

4,207 

42 



323,489 

3,520 

9,862 

555 

20 

391 

2,560 

3,570 

180 

467 

2,077 

490.591 



28 

51,857 

128,222 

103,820 

1,247 

9,744 

379 

8,323 

474,726 

48,056 

2,222 

38,838 

12,795 

44,196 

71,653 

44,999 

3,26 

50,960 

13,705 

98,553 

2,399 

1,195,715 

5,89C 

75,601 

14,060 

66 

1,070 

33,367 

46,048 

2,869 

7,875 

3,292 

4,590 

7,443 

2.344.84; 



3 

38,605 

48,778 

40,650 

101 

1,470 

78 

5,694 

235,378 

5,S33 

1,679 

8,826 

4,571 

14,378 

20,764 

16,731 

1.323 

14.062 

4,233 

10,183 

l,7o9 

499,417 

1,193 

42,943 

1,573 

249 

45' 

13,1^79 

13,115 

208 

3,661 

2,064 

1,745 

1,629 

866.317 



25 

13,252 

79,44<) 

63,170 

1,146 

B,274 

301 

2,-^29 

239,346 

41,223 

543 

30,012 

8,224 

29,818 

50,889 

28,168 

1,939 

36,898 

9,472 

88,370 

630 

697,298 

4,697 

32,658 

12,487 

413 

615 

19,688 

32,933 

2,561 

4,214 

1,228 

2,845 

5,814 

1.478.528 



447 

43,295 

131,474 

17,747 

1,512 
11,434 

1,328 

11,293 

476,015 

75,319 

1,873 
31,148 
32,285 
160,871 
52,979 
44,504 

2,104 
92,984 
17,522 
80,548 

1,961 
,543,904 

3,223 
75,964 
13,504 

1,503 

5,605 
31,370 
40,359 

5,497 
27,833 
10,662 

8,497 

5,491 



172 

32,527 

48,986 

5,4 57 

76 

768 

193 

7,249 

183,346 

17,951 

1,256 

1,043 

10,303 

63,162 

12,704 

14,821 

247 

28,278 

4,793 

2,920 

1,541 

554,658 

331 

41,831 

1,099 

400 

969 

12,507 

12,147 

1,255 

20,403 

4,956 

2,916 

1,872 



275 

10,768 

82,488 

12,290 

1,436 

10,666 

1,135 

4,044 

292,670 

57,368 

617 

29,305 

21,982 

97,709 

40,275 

29,683 

1,857 

64,706 

12,729 

77,628 

420 

989,246 

2,892 

34,133 

12,405 

1,103 

4,636 

18,863 

28,212 

4,242 

7,430 

5,706 

5,581 

4,619 



369 

17,034 

8,487 

2 

1,352 

1,058 

4,013 

78,931 

28,893 

171 

639 

3,008 

26,332 

4,626 

1,497 

14,438 

V. 

1 

484,899 

3,139 

9,693 

857 

147 

1,105 

2,949 

19,514 

627 

1,780 

1,796 



172 

9,673 
2,471 

19 

180 

3,064 

5,464 

12,182 

126 

252 

1,145 

14,379 

1,333 

190 

4,936 

37 

1 

145,913 

247 

6,080 

257 

84 

260 

1,224 

16,248 

25 

820 

83 



197 

7,361 

6,016 

2 

1,333 

878 

1,749 

73,467 

16,711 

45 

387 

1,863 

11,953 

3,293 

1,307 

9,502 

17 



338,986 

2,892 

3,613 

600 

63 

84 5 

1,725 

3,266 

601 

960 

959 



78 

43,295 

114,440 

9,260 

1,510 

10,082 

270 

5,480 

397,085 

45,426 

1,702 

30,509 

29,277 

134,539 

52,979 

39,878 

607 

78,546 

17,468 

80,548 

1,960 

1,059,005 

84 

56,271 

12,647 

1,356 

5,505 

30,265 

40,359 

2,548 

8,319 

10,035 

5,717 

4,695 



32,527 

39,313 

2,985 

76 

749 

13 

4,185 

177,882 

5,769 

1,130 

1,591 

9,158 

48,783 

12,704 

13,488 

57 

23,342 

4,756 

2,920 

1,540 

408,745 

84 

35,751 

842 

316 

969 

12,247 

12,147 

31 

4,155 

4,930 

2,096 

1,035 



78 

10,768 

75,127 

6,274 

1,434 

9,333 

257 

2,295 

219,203 

40,657 

572 

28,918 

20,119 

85,756 

40,275 

26,390 

550 

55,204 

12,712 

77,628 

420 

650,260 

30,520 

11,805 

1,040 

4,635 

18,018 

28,212 

2,517 

4,164 

5,105 

4,621 

3,550 



73 



CO 

n 



o 





^0 


(-1 


ON 




rH 


o 




u 


fV 


M 


m 


cri 


O^ 




iH 


f > 




F-i 


». 


cc: 


O 


g 


(^ 


04 


w 


J 


^ 


^ 




■=^ 


M 



CO M 



-4- 










r-~ 


r^ CM nC 




rH m (JN ^ 


(^ nD 


ot o 


iH 




O <r\ vD r-^ 


CV rH C^ C 




i> ^ 


CM CM 


^O 




t- .- 


^ c\ 




•<*■ 


-<f c- 


O rH 


O in 


o 








K 


•• 










i-H 




MD 


in c\ 




CM 


in 

nD 




\o 


nd cm 

H 








CM n£ 


-<^ in 


On to 


nO nO 


O 




r<Ni rH CM C 




CM 


«J t> 


vD 




i-l 


r^ oc 




r-l 


m ^ 


O 


O 




















H 




u^ 


nD 




0^ 

r-1 


CJN 

nO 




in 


o 

rrN, 

r-l 






t> vO 


intc 




sO^ 


r~ -t 


nD rH 


O m 


CJ^ 




CNJ C\i 


-sfC 




CJN -<J- CM C\ 




O f^ 


rH C> 


m 




fv 


rH UA 


in 


(JN in 


f^ 


H t^ 


o 










•X 


•V 




0\ 


•s 


iH 




r^ 


to 




sO 
i-t 


1 




cn 


c^ 

a- 






^ O m r^ 


-J- C-- rv c 




o -<f 


O^ c^ 


to 




O 


r^ rH 


O r- 


-<(-n£ 




in 


ON (JN 


u> 




r^ 


C^ rrv 


^ 


r-\ ■<t 


CM 


in CM 


O 










•^ 






*^ 




iH 




CM 






rH 


5 




CM 








u^ O ~4- rH 


rH cn O -<f 


<} c^ 


nDnD 


t^ 




:|^ 


r^ r- 


c^ <^ r^ r- 




On 


O rr^ 


ITN 




to rr\ 


ir^ 


r^ C~- 


t-i 


ONvD 


O 




•\ 


», 


». 


•\ 


*v 




». 


r. 


iH 




CM 


rH r-f 


l> 


CM 




CM 


-Cf 








nO 




rH 


CM 






NO 






o o 


nO C\ 




rH [> UACC 




t- O 


r^ rr\ 


vO 




-<M> 


H CC 




CM c^ c^ tc 




:|^ 


moo 


UfN 




o 


r^ vC 




r- 


CJnnC 




-i- rr^ 


CT^ 
















»\ 




iH 




r-^ 


ON r-1 


-<^ 


CJ^ r- 




r-i 


CM r-l 








-^ 




.H 


nD 
CM 






in 






to r-1 


O iri 


-<fN£ 


CV OC 




c^NO 


CM rr-N 


ITN 




ON m ^ rH 


tONC 


r^ O 


c- 


r^ to 


ir\ 




n^ 


CM I> 


-^ 


CJ^CC 




c^ 


--J- r-l 


a- 








•\ 




•s 








cH 




r-f 


O i-< 


-;f 


[> rH 


iH 


CM rH 








~<t 




rH 


CM 
CM 






-<f 






■^vC 


r-< ON 


in O rH CC 




to CM 


in m 


-<(• 




UAOO 


LP, CJN 


rr^tC 


r^ Cv 




CJN 


to r-l 


kn 




rH 


o m 


m 


-J- C\ 




O 


nO c- 


C3^ 
















•N 


»> »i 


r-l 




rH 


tjN r<N, 


CM 


c^ C\ 




r-{ 


to H 








r^ 




r-f 








r^ 






r^ i> 


-4 CJN 


\.~~ C~ nO nC 




(r\ o 


C^ rH 


(^ 




O 


-S-rH 


CJN o ^ c^ 


ON m 


nD nO 


u-^ 




r^ 


CM rH 


NO rH CTn eC 




r^ 


in in 


O 






•\ 


>\ 


»v 


»\ 


K 




•i ♦% 


H 




rH 


r~ <-t 


Oi 


??^ 




i-i 


vO ^ 








(^ 




rH 






r^ 














CM 












On -4- t> CT^ 


in (^ !> ^r^ 


rHND 


o^ to 


CV 




r-{ 1- 


to nO 


r^ in CO CJ^ 


O rH 


to On 


ITv 




rH 


r-< C\ 


~4.H m C 




O 


to r-l 


0^ 




•1 


•v 


•\ 


•v 








», •, 


iH 




rH 


lA CM 


o 


-* f-N, 


rH 


o^ CM 








r-^ 






r-l 






r^ 






[>-vC 


nO r^ 


nO O (r\ C 




CJnnO 


On to 


1 




CM r- 


1> to 


CJN r^ CJ^ CJN 


£> O 


(^ 0^ 


(Mr-{ 




vD l/^ rH m 


CJnnO rH in 


rH CM 


in in 


vn\D 




*v 


». 


•> 


•\ 


ty 


►. 


•s 


•s ». 


OCT^ 




nD 


-<f ir\ 


to 


r^ -4 


in 


CM m 


rH i-H 




CM 


ITN rH 


in 


in r-i 


CM 


O r^ 








nO 




rH 


rH_ 






:> 














o 








o 
























o 








o 
























•H 








.H 














O •• 










ta 








cri 














O 01 
































Id's 










o 








o •• 






















HJ 








-P 01 






a 




iH 


n) 










h 








U T) 






e 




(D 


O r-l 






0) 






a 






t> 


-P 01 


k, rt 


k( CC 


f3 


U cd 


f-i cd 


£5 


u (d 


u Id 


(d 


^1 M 


.H 1 


.rH a 


a. 


.rl a, 


•H D 


.rH 0) 


•rl O 


(h 


<U 


nj ©■ 


•• a) 0- 


•• 


0) V 


•• Cd 01 


01 


td 01 


•• Cd 01 


4J 


.2 5 


•• t*. t> 


01 


e XI 
•J o c 


•• t>, t- 


01 


1 o 


•• t>> l>> 


01 


tH 


to 


01 m PC 


qa CC 


ki td 


01 pq CC 


CU CQ PQ 


^ a 


01 pq PQ 


Q) PQ CQ 


o 


.3.1:1 


a 


N 


^^ 


a 


N 


Cm .H 


a 


H 




0) 


.H 


a> 


•H 


ho 


0) 


•rl 


OJ 


> 


.H 


4J 


XI .H 


.H 


-p 


XI u 
4) ^ 

-p > 


•rt 


-P 


01 

<a 


(D p 


^ 


■H 
O 


(D ed 


^ 




^ 


•H 
O 


rH 


t> O 






Fj 






u 






O 


•H ^( 






9 o 






g.5 








^1 tH 






D.+J 












^ 










<a 








0) 










1 



74 



TABLE 35. 



ALIENS WHO REPORTED UNDER THE ALIEN ADDRESS PROGRAM, By SELECTED 
STATES OF RESIDENCE AND NATIONALITY \J \ DURING 1961 



Nationality 



New 
YorV 



New 
Jersey 



Michigan 



Massachusetts 



Pennsylvania 



All 
other 



All countries 



Europe 

Austria 

Belgium ...••.. 
Bulgaria ...... 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmaric 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hunoary •* 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands ... 

Nonvay 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland ... 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 
U.S.S.R 



Yugoslavia .. 
Other Europe 



Asia 

China 2/ ... 

India 

Iran ....... 

Israel ..... 

Japan 

Jordan 3/ . . 

Korea 

Lebanon .... 
Philippines 
Other Asia . 



North America 

Canada 

Mexico .«..•«•.... 
Cuba 

Other West Indies 
Central America .. 



South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 



Africa 

Australia .. 
New Zealand 
Stateless ., 
All other .. 



617,733 



563.700 



233,579 



197,197 



154,661 



144,456 



128.458 



123,382 



117,619 



109.299 



202j225 



386,246 



36,901 
10,035 
1,561 
20,586 
13,413 
4,699 
14,231 
37,682 

267,562 
47,232 
57,923 
62,075 

248,773 
19,194 
28.784 
55,063 
23,876 

138,216 
36,603 
8,668 
17,935 
26,650 
16,109 
10,312 

267,571 

65,874 

36,736 

9,698 

251.954 



3,306 
1,709 

164 

991 
4,143 

500 
1,517 
7,310 
32,206 
3,822 
6,008 
6,164 
18,683 
1,203 

725 
18,723 
3,127 
3,247 
11,635 

585 
4,144 
5,496 
5,678 
1,467 
49,834 
4,973 
4,373 

492 

75.202 



10,648 

1,909 

250 

3,717 

l.Bll 

1,476 

2,634 

10,763 

53,203 

12,350 

13,861 

24,401 

89,815 

3,164 

3,166 

5,761 

6,707 

32,341 

2,235 

2,104 

4,191 

3,902 

3,286 

2,758 

63,302 

20,230 

4,584 

1,677 

39,671 



19,083 



142,377 



114,452 



87,310 



331 

200 

7 

311 

157 

27 

25 

957 

6,649 

459 

353 

61B 

912 

51 

33 

839 

140 

375 

53 

37 

370 

198 

179 

147 

5.314 

156 

110 

75 

3.899 



3.598 

775 

332 

J, 229 

883 

496 

453 

1,729 

28,954 

5,422 

3,941 

5,594 

15,461 

2,003 

8,582 

2,402 

1,829 

23,808 

45 

1,450 

329 

1.707 

674 1 

492 

10,588 

7,093 

7,047 

450 

10,144 



45,883 

9,585 

7,454 

22,172 

73,336 

5,644 

9,318 

5,910 

61,130 

11,522 

1,026,574 



338,242 
520,884 
111,521 
14,882 
41,045 

65,314 



15,951 
1,529 
2,435 
2,436 

26,900 

1,148 

1,788 

722 

19,593 
2,700 

314,721 



11,979 

1,272 

1,211 

13,728 

4,980 

699 

886 

895 

2,149 

1,872 

92,753 



652 
182 
144 
150 
1,395 
197 
239 
187 
526 
227 

205,201 



2,358 
875 
439 
685 

2,457 
735 
461 
173 

1,368 
583 

40,238 



13,473 
7,832 

14,431 
8,026 
6,743 
5,533 
8,176 

12,189 

9,091 

2,455 

47,051 

39,713 



74,338 

219,335 

2,785 

355 

17,908 

12 . 573 



40,522 

2.668 

29,080 

10,893 

9.581 

21.059 



3,573 

199,816 

684 



8,598 
27,893 

2,375 
403 
959 

3.212 



2,993 
1,268 
1,921 
1,922 
2,136 
627 
1,806 

1,905 
3,991 

935 
5,319 

762 



4,493 
1,851 
5,822 
3,299 
1,498 
1,783 
2,313 

3,057 

1,188 

229 

17,260 

2,227 



322 
170 
237 
99 
177 
132 
259 

207 

225 

48 

436 

3,004 



647 
477 
541 
555 
393 
219 
380 

536 

480 
73 



1/ Aliens who are required by law to report their addresses. 

2/ Includes Formosa. 

3/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



2,681 

631 

39 

1,338 

575 

715 

330 

1.912 

19,395 

2,345 

5,487 

3,958 

26,898 

929 

1,060 

3.783 

1.350 

11,824 

2,232 

359 

1,222 

918 

QQQ 

436 

15.042 

4,359 

1,236 

357 

5,451 



1,819 

1,127 

165 

907 

447 

123 

1,434 

1,023 

13,375 

2.506 

3,070 

1,089 

8,927 

2,087 

1,744 

5,439 

380 

14,285 

35 

950 

228 

640 

275 

900 

17,111 

3,739 

2.478 

1.005 

5.723 



85.165 



1,177 
217 
210 
1,160 
1.004 
300 
245 
185 
568 
294 

15,486 



5,570 
340 

7,553 
335 
577 

3.454 



777 
534 
260 
473 
969 
453 
354 
573 
445 
775 

47,717 



842 

349 

42 

184 

258 

77 

1,539 

1,415 

5,781 

3,859 

1,081 

7,096 

15,946 

1,012 

3,758 

1,550 

642 

8,346 

12,992 

101 

245 

1,230 

365 

781 

10,959 

2,795 

181 

731 

5,520 



102,774 



1,525 
490 
201 
497 
788 
204 
341 
607 
372 
395 

31,577 



,113 

374 

51 

3,657 

220 

108 

177 

1,196 

14,810 

2,753 

4,936 

3,705 

21,985 

1,558 

2,495 

1,322 

258 

12,180 

252 

667 

381 

419 

381 

479 

11,756 

5.691 

3,661 

2.179 

5.107 



27,580 



74,558 



342,192 



41.729 

5,245 

388 

76 

279 

1.135 



1,052 
557 
170 
593 
937 
213 
347 
323 
565 
340 

8,729 



358 
309 

15 
220 
419 

45 

413 

1,006 

4,396 

682 

924 

540 

1.499 

87 
130 
972 
229 
741 

99 
109 
1.161 
594 
294 
129 
11.371 
559 
164 
115 

2.072 



2.111 

306 

125 

2.193 

254 

174 

470 

965 

15.495 

2,754 

6,803 

1,172 

9,988 

1,273 

1,278 

1,589 

207 

5,971 

79 

973 

271 

362 

360 

380 

10,057 

2,397 

4,992 

568 

4,918 



214 

97 

53 

199 

575 

126 

83 

135 

445 

145 

81,058 



743 
522 
171 
655 
935 
255 
290 
481 
562 
294 

11,401 



823 
531 
384 
211 
277 
350 

591 

322 

56 

6,233 

8,596 



248 
188 
153 
59 
74 
274 
139 

572 

308 

40 

1,099 

552 



30,274 
284 
600 
122 
397 

1.752 



415 
464 
275 
72 
116 
247 
163 

575 

296 

79 

1,441 

1,852 



5,901 
867 
968 
124 
869 

1.845 



19,027 
1.051 

58.751 

459 

1.770 

5.387 



496 
296 
357 
124 
105 
248 
219 

622 

315 

49 

2,985 

955 



521 
356 
2,162 
416 
455 
955 
502 

345 
238 
75 
517 
345 



8,358 
1,639 

492 
55 

337 

222. 



289 
160 
117 
51 
95 
191 
95 

387 

290 

56 

5,477 

11,213 



7,094 

2,346 

371 

3,839 

4,235 

958 

5,239 

9,406 

73,297 

10,279 

10,459 

7,739 

37,560 

5,827 

5,613 

12,583 

8,997 

24,097 

6,934 

1,313 

5,393 

8,184 

3,628 

2,343 

51,237 

12,872 

7,910 

2,039 

94,237 



9,345 
3,300 
2,160 
1,596 

32,396 
1,294 
4,284 
1.528 

34,437 
3,897 

177.593 



98,737 

51,746 

7,826 

2,005 

7,279 

12.382 



2.161 
1,759 
2,315 
1,045 
1,482 
1,670 
1,950 

3,211 
2,437 
814 
5,284 
10,070 



75 



TABLE 36. 



ALIENS WHO REPORTED UNDER THE ALIEN ADDRESS PROGRAM, BY SELECTED NATIONALITIES 
AND ST ATES OF RESIDENCE X/l DURING 1961 

1 1 ~ ' ' ^ ' 



State of residence 



Total 



Alabama 

Alaska 

Arizona 

Arkansas 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware 

District of Columbia 

Florida 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

Indiana 

I owa 

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 I sland 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 



U.S. Terr. & Poss. ' 

Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin I slands . . . 



Total 



3,038.304 



Mexico 



520.881 



4,494 

2,699 
36,890 

2,173 

617,733 

19,340 

76,869 

5,028 

15,494 

117,619 

8,958 
50,101 

4,808 

197,197 

29,095 

10,644 

11,103 

5,287 
13,404 
20,206 
28,832 
128.458 
144,456 
22,711 

2,B50 
20,732 

5,138 

7,226 

4,680 

10,263 

154,661 

13,033 

563,700 

8,657 

3,012 
109,299 

6,256 

19,049 

123,382 

17,483 

4,198 

2,293 

5,669 

233,579 

12,202 

7,557 
16,711 
51,684 

6,182 
33,601 

2,451 



6,846 
8,556 
3,755 



49 

54 

26,952 

132 

219,335 

3,606 

140 

20 

255 

1,051 

101 

60 

56E 

27,893 

4,779 

772 

2,675 

84 

705 

42 

160 

284 

5,245 

658 

99 

1,687 

321 

1,011 

787 

16 

340 

9,247 

2,668 

84 

21 

1,639 

938 

695 

867 

25 

40 

37 

81 

199,816 

775 

13 

197 

1,540 

98 

1,398 

615 



5 

202 

2 



Canada 



338.242 



438 

791 

3,771 

244 

74,338 

1,423 

9,989 

444 

615 

19,027 

811 

976 

963 

8,598 

2,543 

1,023 

846 

484 

687 

15,534 

1,996 

30,274 

41,729 

4,158 

276 

1,438 

1,645 

466 

805 

5,483 

6,670 

507 

40,522 

952 

1,040 

8,868 

565 

5,659 

5,901 

2,645 

485 

314 

770 

3,578 

1,543 

5,497 

1,530 

16,436 

284 

2,195 

256 



10 

182 

19 



United 
Kingdom 



267.571 



889 

230 

1,299 

445 

49,834 

1,697 

7,376 

1,010 

1,860 

11,371 

1,538 

652 

439 

10,588 

2,909 

971 

1,102 

779 

1,596 

1,035 

3,858 

10,959 

17,111 

1,608 

540 

1,887 

529 

787 

514 

808 

16,042 

730 

63,302 

1,407 

207 

10,057 

955 

1,616 

11,756 

1,813 

956 

245 

877 

5,314 

1,401 

396 

2,976 

4,712 

569 

2,277 

240 



38 

360 

3,104 



Germany 



267.562 



1/ Aliens who are required by law to report their addresses. 



1,095 

517 
1,119 

342 

32,206 

2,879 

5,665 

698 
1,200 
4,396 
2,721 

656 

473 
28,954 
3,643 
2,567 
2,173 
1,426 
1,107 

595 

4,270 

5,781 

13,375 

3,183 

507 
3,787 

559 
1,293 

442 

547 
19,395 

696 

53,203 

1,975 

516 
15,495 

962 

1,861 

14,810 

686 

946 

540 

996 
6,549 
2,318 

242 
2,965 
4.408 

497 
9,779 

210 



182 
19 



Italy 



248,773 



no 

23 

214 

90 

18,683 

935 

16,018 

540 

903 

1,499 

161 

48 

76 

15,461 

662 

341 

143 

196 

1,314 

315 

2,905 

16,945 

8,927 

264 

111 

1,978 

107 

192 

249 

150 

26,898 

155 

89,815 

135 

13 

9,988 

46 

583 

21,985 

3,405 

66 

16 

259 

912 

293 

202 

491 

1,236 

1,152 

1,410 

71 



Poland 



138.216 



36 

14 

88 

59 

3,247 

598 

9,389 

722 

237 

741 

77 

15 

35 

23,808 

1,733 

175 

122 

72 

108 

264 

1,814 

8.346 

14,286 

747 

25 

972 

106 

174 

25 

749 

11,824 

25 

32,341 

101 

53 

6,971 

96 

159 

12,180 

1,087 

35 

21 

90 

375 

17 

212 

348 

425 

578 

2,436 

33 



Cuba 



111,521 



HI 

7 

58 

24 

2,785 

51 

992 

63 

605 

58,751 

401 

17 

6 

2,375 

132 

47 

53 

55 

834 

25 

341 

600 

388 

63 

51 

174 

4 

21 

51 

14 

7,553 

22 

29,089 

213 

6 

492 

31 

17 

968 

84 

103 

142 

684 

3 

1 

327 

45 

38 

42 



2,527 
15 



Japan 



73.336 



212 
198 
224 
106 
26,900 
822 
274 

58 
388 
575 
240 
17,949 
252 
2,457 
432 
173 
571 
271 
230 
178 
588 
788 
959 
310 

94 
455 
199 
151 
137 

97 

1,004 

295 

4,980 

575 

71 
935 
283 
865 
937 

92 
218 

85 

242 

1,395 

522 

31 

564 

3,143 

112 

421 

73 



65,674 



10 

15 

49 

12 

4,973 

1,027 

2,949 

209 

330 

559 

44 

11 

45 

7,093 

806 

255 

211 

33 

27 

234 

1,498 

2,795 

3,739 

532 

10 

749 

122 

351 

23 

215 

4,369 

9 

20,230 

68 

80 

2,397 

74 

431 

5,691 

383 

22 

39 

66 

156 

10 

99 

300 

450 

165 

790 

116 



I reland 



52,076 



92 

50 

9 

17 

5,164 

239 

2,092 

20 

282 

540 

104 

42 

24 

5,594 

217 

138 

118 
74 
86 

145 

515 
7,095 
1,089 

199 
54 

385 
62 
88 
51 

199 

3,958 

39 

24,401 

112 

21 

1,172 

50 

244 
3,705 

501 
43 
18 
32 

518 
40 
52 

575 

493 
42 

137 
26 



Hungary 



57,923 



53 

30 

146 

13 

6,008 

557 

2,712 

109 

482 

924 

72 

39 

55 

3,941 

947 

126 

170 

137 

159 

22 

551 

1,081 

3,070 

228 

12 

542 

40 

60 

37 

54 

5,487 

29 

13,851 

116 

11 

5,803 

82 

221 

4,936 

57 

43 

24 

87 

353 

23 

25 

371 

482 

408 

993 

24 



886.326 



76 



TABLE 36a. alien POPULATION, BY STATES OF RESIDENCE: ig'tO, 1951, I960, and I96I 
^Alien registration of 19'+0, alien address reports received 1951, I960, and 196l_j7 



State of 
residence 



Number 



L9'*0 



1951 



i960 



1961 



19'*0 I 195r 



Percent 



i960 



1961 



Total 

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 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 Poss.: 
Guaiii 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands . . . . , 

Other 



5.009.B57 2.265.052 2.9'^8,973 



5. 05s. 30'* 



100.0 



5,132 

3,'t05 

31, 95** 

3.389 

27, '♦73 
158,128 

6,1*28 
l't,752 
'H,327 

5,187 
91,'t't7 

8,232 

525,070 

'+'+.385 

2't,6't8 

15,955 

5,558 
17,310 
'+7,233 
37,792 
36't,'t2i 
303,103 
61, '+33 

3,219 
'+3,550 
13,777 
18,933 

6,118 

30,538 

279,199 

12, '+02 

1,257,501 

'+,207 

10, 1+82 

203,038 

6,9'+6 

3't,'t2't 

370,020 

52,570 

2,188 

7, '+00 

5,137 

213,898 
10, '+87 
15,927 
10,093 
81,636 
23,662 
75,127 
5.917 



l'*,85'+ 
3,853 

6,528 



2, 1+26 

1,103 
2'+, 061 

l,i»l8 

326,158 

13,598 

71,223 

2,571 

g.si** 
26,011 

3,061 

66,181 

3,791 

110,563 

18,852 
9.826 
6,127 
2,873 
7,678 

18,931 

22,156 
l't6,028 
128,816 

19,970 
1,698 

15,27'+ 
'+,738 
6,897 
2,991 

11,031 

118,580 

6,29'+ 

5'+5,990 

3,959 

2,790 

77,351 
2.811 

16, 91+7 

98, '(81 

20,369 
l,'t71 
1,822 
3,065 
165,927 
8,8'*8 
7,70'( 
9,260 

'+5,097 
6,9'+0 

17,293 
2,108 



2k 
3,193 

1,378 

11,965 



'+,583 

2,597 
35,163 

2,l'+7 

567, '+8'+ 

19,536 

75,298 

'+,9'+2 
17,766 
83,577 

9,006 
51,316 

'+,882 

199, '+05 

29,269 

9,938 
10,650 

5.355 
13,001 
19,967 
28,'Hl 
127,710 
l'+1.719 
25, '+39 

2,810 
21,162 

5,263 

7.755 

'+,'+65 

10, 3'* 't 

151, '+37 

12.712 

553.703 

10,173 

2,865 
108,892 

6,239 

lo,'+21 

126,073 

17,7't5 

3,879 

2,370 

5, '+01 

237, 51*+ 

12.260 

7.669 
18,825 
51,217 

6. '+09 
3'+,68i4 

2, '+91 



c',172 
5,578 
3,286 



it, it 9*+ 

2,699 
36,890 

2,173 

617,733 

19,3'+0 

76,869 

5,028 

15, '+9'+ 

117,619 

8,958 
50,101 

't,8o8 

197,197 

29,095 

10,6'+'+ 

11,103 

5,287 
13, '+0'+ 
20,206 
28,832 

128, '+58 

l'+'.,'+56 

22,711 

2,850 

20,732 

5,138 

7,226 

'+,680 

10,263 

I5't,66l 

13,033 

563,700 

8,657 

3,012 

109,299 

6,256 

19,0'+9 

123,382 

17. '+83 

'+.198 

2,293 

5,669 

233,579 

12,202 

7,557 

16,711 

51,68;+ 

6,182 

33,601 

2, '+51 



6,81+6 

8,556 
3.755 



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, 
0. 
0, 
0. 



0.8 

7.3 

6.1 
1.2 
0.1 

0.9 
0.3 

0.1+ 
0.1 
0.6 
5.6 
0.2 
25.1 
0.1 
0.2 
4.1 
0.1 
0.7 
7.'+ 
1.0 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 

'+.3 

0.2 
O.j 
0.2 
1.6 
0.5 
1-5 
0.1 



0.3 

0.1 
0.1 



100.0 



100.0 



0.1 
0.1 

1.1 

0.1 

1'+.'+ 

0.6 
5-2 

0, 
0, 

1, 

0, 



2.9 
0.2 
'+.9 
0.8 
0.1+ 

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 
21+. 1 
0.2 
0.1 
3.'+ 
0.1 
0.7 

'+.3 

0.9 
0.1 
0.1 
0.1 

7.3 
o.k 

0.3 
0.'* 
2.0 
0.3 
0.8 
0.1 



0.1 
0.1 

0.5 



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.'+ 
0.7 
0.9 
'+.3 
k.8 

0.9 
0.1 

0.7 
0.2 
0.3 
0.2 
O.'t 

5.1 

0.1+ 

18.8 

0.3 

0.1 

3.7 




'+ 







100.0 



0.2 

8.1 



0.3 
0.2 
0.1 



0.1 
0.1 
1.2 
0.1 
20.3 
0.6 

2.5 

0.2 
0.5 
3.9 
0.3 
1.6 
0.2 
6.5 
I.O 

o.k 








0.9 
'♦.2 
1+.8 
0.7 
0.1 

0.7 
0.2 
0.2 
0.2 
0.3 
5.1 
0.1+ 
18.6 
0.3 
0.1 
3.6 
0.2 
0.6 
l+.l 

0.6 
0.1 
0.1 
0.2 
7.7 
0.1+ 
0.2 
0.5 
1.7 
0.2 
1.1 
0.1 



0.2 
0.3 

0.1 



77 



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

PERSONS NATURALIZED AND PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION DENIED: 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1907 - 1961 



Period 


Declara- 
tions 
filed 


Petitions 
filed 


Persons naturalized 


Petitions 


Civilian 


Military 


Total 


denied 


1907 - 1961 .. 


8,551,747 


8,374,077 


7,328,163 


513,620 


7,841,783 


443,270 


1907 - 1910 


526,322 


164,036 


111,738 




111,738 


17,702 


1911 - 1920 


2.686.909 


1.381.384 


884.672 


244,300 


1.128,972 


118.725 


1921 - 1930 ..... 


2.709,014 


1,884,277 


1,716,979 


56,206 


1.773,185 


165,493 


1931 - 1940 


1.369,479 


1,637,113 


1.498.573 


19,891 


1,518,464 


45.792 


1931 


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 


1936 


3,124 


1937 


4,042 


1938 


4,854 


1939 


5,630 


1940 


6,549 


1941 - 1950 


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 

15,921 


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

138,718 


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

130,731 


975 

1,585 

1,575 

13,745 

11,958 

7,204 

845 

916 

1,308 

1,594 

1,719 


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

132,450 


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 


1961 


3,175 





78 



TABLE 33. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURAUZATION PROVISIONS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE JO. 1961 

j/Seo Table '+5 for detailed figures by naturalization provisions/ 



Country or region 
of former 
allegiance 



Total 
number 



Persons naturalized 



Under 
general 
natural- 
ization 
provisions 



0. S. 
citizens 



Children 
of n. S. 
citizen 
parents 



Military 



All oountriea 

Europe 

Albani a 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia .......... 

Danzig 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece > 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

N orway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China 1/ 

India 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Palestine 

Philippines 

Other Asia 2j 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

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

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador ...• 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America Z/ .. 

Africa 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa ... 
United Arab Republic .... 
Other Africa 2/ 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania Z/ 

n. S. possessions 

Stateless ajid not reported 

y Includes Formosa. 

2/ Independent countries. 



132. 'tSO 



93.122 



10, 
3, 
2 



236 
660 

37 
."♦99 
8 
66i> 
1.22 
555 
, ?,si. 
738 
V^a 
51.6 
75'* 
365 
1.85 
287 
63 
13'! 
005 
605 
'•93 
752 
862 
632 
867 
■170 
5Mt 
850 
810 



lOH 



fac3 

206 

■ l'»3 
.750 
287 
,031 
323 
S'' 
59 
.329 
25'* 



22,820 



10,033 

8,'i05 

2,77'' 

391 

1,217 

1.391 



291 

207 

270 
133 
116 
102 
222 



79 

68 

250 

6'. 

3''5 



271 

67 

7 

260 
1.7't3 



10'.,3'»1 



75.2'«'. 



231 
1.271 

76 

1.350 

7 

52'. 

39'* 

479 

1,220 

12,086 

't,917 

1,338 

3,395 

15, '179 

l,'t07 

1,236 

iiS 

1,775 

853 

8,197 

961 

699 

622 

553 

735 

352 

8,110 

3.725 

2.591 

IDS 

6,286 



l."56 

91 

123 

882 

1,168 
220 
168 
211 

33 

1.2 
1.530 

162 

19.5''2 



8,037 
7,765 
2, '•37 

3''5 
903 

1,078 



2'.9 
150 
203 
11.1 
86 
73 
166 



33 

51 

182 

50 



171 
'•5 

128 

1,527 



18,67't 



7,'tl6 



12,111 



2 
302 

57 
5 

91 

1 

113 

15 

65 
532 
i«.ii85 
76". 
108 
16'« 
1,762 

32 

26 

12 
2'(8 
122 
23't 
161. 

'.6 
207 

96 

102 

113 

l,99i< 

68 
IS". 

27 

3,955 



T27 

1.8 

68 

226 

2,21.2 

1.8 

aw 

96 
18 
12 
1.57 
73 

2.039 



1 
71 

2b 

30 

17 

6 

76 

1,837 

ii'.5 

29 

138 

1.092 

31. 

15 

3 

ii? 

2'. 

121 

355 

6 

28 

16 

18 

1. 

278 

36 

1.6 



Jj.^ 



1,29j. 

310 

22'. 

33 

181 

177 



27 
Ji* 
1.0 
11. 
21 
10 
31 

119 



To 

ii. 

56 

9 



16 
3 

51 
116 



223 

7 

l". 

33 

15 

620 

12 

1 

2 

289 

15 
826 



220 

7 
71 



13 
11 
17 
17 
1. 
16 
18 



23 
56 



1.719 



903 



2 

15 

3 



9 

5 

3 

25 

326 

12 

20 

57 

26 

11 

9 

61 
5 

1.9 

7 

1 

2 

17 

11 

1 

157 

19 

18 



171 
2 
1 
2 



375 



167 
96 
53 

I* 
50 



1 

2 
9 
11 
1. 
3 
7 



28 

27 



300 



_50- 



1 



31 



120 

1 

11. 
1 

2 
7 



30 
17 



79 



TABLE 39. 



PERSONS NATURALIZED, BT COUNTRy OR REXilON OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE: 
TEARS ENDED JUNE 30. 1952 - 1961 



Country or regloo of 
fonadr alldglanctt 



All countries 



Europe • . . 

Albania 

Austria 

Balglua 

Bulgaria ...... 

CzechOBlovakia 

Danzig 

Deooiark ....... 

Estonia ....... 

Finland 

France 

Germany ....... 

Greece 

Hungary ....... 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg .... 
Netherlands ... 

Norvay • • 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland ... 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

U.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia .... 
Other Europe . . 



Asia 

China 1/ 

India 

Iran 

Israel ....... 

Japan ........ 

Jordan ....... 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Palestine .... 
Philippines .. 

Syria 

Other Aela 2/ 



North Ajnerica 

Canada 

Mexico ..•• 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 2/ 
Central America 2/,, 



South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia ••...... 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 2/ 



Africa 

Morocco 

Onion of South Africa . . 
United Arab Republic y 
Other Africa 2/ 



Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand • 

Other Oceania 2/ 

U. S. possessions 

Stateless and not reported 



1952- 
1961 



1.267.680 



938. Wz 



1,'»50 

20,807 

6,815 

I, n't 

26,005 

217 

7,58". 

7,821 

5,223 

22,215 

166,400 

32,637 

23,075 

"•1,796 

H'»,597 

20,865 

18,915 

773 

19,767 

11,936 

118,21*5 

13,337 

10,826 

7,270 

9,75't 

8,070 

lt,500 

139,952 

'<7,767 

27, '•23 

1,306 

94.033 



18:865 

849 

1,480 

5,482 

35,958 
1,232 
3,129 
2,806 
289 
1,259 

19,504 
1,306 
1,934 

199,003 



114,733 

56,106 

15,262 

2,920 

9,982 

9.813 



17S39" 
1,609 
1,988 
1,163 
958 
672 
1,584 

2.503 



223 

542 

1,346 

392 

"■536 



3,739 

733 

64 

1,364 
17,946 



1952 



1953 



6.655 



68,?7; 



2,183 

694 

80 

2,091 

41 

544 

162 

522 

2,043 

13,538 

1,707 

1,319 

2,180 

9.720 

263 

591 

52 

987 

855 

5,858 

1,186 

575 

579 

882 

415 

348 

14,993 

2,851 

944 

72 

3.749 



933 
35 
96 

128 

40 

27 

2 

204 
16 

153 
,813 

160 

142 

14.044 



10,004 

2,496 

817 

125 

602 

508 



99 
42 
54 
42 
87 

99 



17 

76 

6 

347 



311 
35 

1 

10 

1,525 



92.051 



68,861 



99 

2,075 

657 

80 

2,376 

32 

603 

175 

468 

2,029 

12,997 

1,830 

1,340 

2,871 

9.752 

327 

703 

70 

1,187 

965 

6,963 

1.195 

624 

565 

930 

539 

379 

13,345 

2,684 

925 

76 

4.966 



1,056 

47 

93 

177 

674 

17 

46 

194 

16 

214 

2,040 

172 

220 

14.915 



10,303 

2,728 

982 

171 

731 

569 

133 
107 
61 
52 
59 
73 

119 



33 
76 
10 

49? 



—52! 
49 

22 

20 
2,102 



1954 



117.831 



83.29 



147 

2,191 

772 

99 

2,969 

31 

791 

335 

523 

2,177 

11,679 

2,594 

1,719 

5,324 

10,926 

556 

1,264 

65 

1,979 

1,426 

8,542 

1,457 

772 

815 

1,272 

669 

467 

16,565 

3.832 

1,241 

99 

12,170 



"TTHBo 

55 

139 

177 

6,750 

73 

243 

282 

20 

303 

1,863 

214 

171 

19.451 



13,062 
3,710 
1,482 

256 

941 

821 
~T5^ 

150 

158 
94 
77 
64 

120 

127 



31 

85 
11 

472 



395" 
77 

1 

97 
1,395 



1955 



209,526 



135.560 



236 
3,067 
1,112 

149 

5,890 

40 

1,226 

1,773 

872 
3,320 
17,842 
3,785 
4,292 
9,116 
16,128 
3,057 
5.324 

128 
2,979 
2,024 
27,777 
2,502 
2,231 
1,152 
1,835 
1.453 

762 

22,974 

8,627 

3,589 

198 

16.000 



1956 



1''?.885 



110,586 



3,527 
116 
163 
279 

7,593 

98 

295 

415 

53 

213 

2,686 
301 
261 

32.173 



18,151 
10,166 

1,921 
450 

1,485 

1.299 



265 
254 
232 
147 
124 
95 
182 

236 



85 

133 

18 

767 



520 

137 

10 

170 
3,321 



117 
2,332 

719 

143 

3,174 

19 

899 
1,846 

519 

2,406 

16,230 

2,550 

3,513 

4,832 

9,549 

4,988 

3,572 

78 

2,229 

1,344 

17,256 

1,240 

1,626 

661 
1,056 

939 

552 

13,600 

7,771 

4,681 

145 

10,412 



2,330 

69 

159 

466 

4,231 
119 
155 
327 

21 

122 

2,056 

192 

165 

21,363 



11.539 

6,958 

1,572 

336 

1,158 

971 



166 
161 
191 
108 
118 
59 
168 

J2Z 



45 

115 

17 



451 

76 
6 

184 
1,659 



1957 



1958 



138.043 j 119,866 



107.358 



iST 

2,319 

653 

209 

2,739 

19 

777 

1,432 

460 

2,557 

17,445 

4,791 

3,924 

3,624 

9,056 

4,482 

2,591 

99 

2,060 

1,288 

16,582 

981 

1,586 

664 

905 

637 

509 

13,210 

6,993 

4,647 

156 

_i548 

1,491 

80 

149 

405 

2,861 

112 

122 

246 

25 

74 

1,695 

138 

150 

18.942 



91.595 



10,891 

5,541 

1,344 

284 

882 

926 



166 
138 
202 
123 
94 
52 
151 



48 
106 
56 

491 



^95- 
95 
2 

135 
2,433 



120 

1,868 

594 

134 

2,271 

12 

768 

739 

397 

2,130 

20,486 

3,370 

2,541 

3,259 

8,462 

2,511 

1,487 

78 

2,000 

1,117 

11,038 

1,049 

1.354 

634 

757 

784 

316 

12,428 

4,582 

4,154 

155 

_Jiit9i 



1,542 

76 

138 

616 

2,736 

140 

168 

263 

24 

44 

1,431 

129 

189 

17.757 



10,211 

5,042 

1,323 
256 
925 

?17 
17T 
141 
227 
106 
87 
46 
136 

207 



1959 



103.931 



7S61 ? 



"57 

1.510 

528 

82 

1,474 

8 

629 

523 

405 

1,920 

18,442 

2,457 

1,444 

3,163 

8,079 

1,634 

1,132 

78 

2,078 

941 

7,603 

976 

682 

535 

681 

768 

312 

10,990 

3,205 

2,121 

128 

8,313 



1,395 

89 

150 

946 

3,094 

172 

416 

283 

28 

37 

1,506 

V 
197 

18.055 



10,324 

5,147 

1,319 

278 

967 

1.0? 3 



i960 



119,442 



65.116 



147 

1,602 

545 

71 

1,522 

7 

683 

414 

502 

1,979 

19,003 

3,413 

1,457 

5,673 

14,560 

1.562 

1,164 

62 

2,134 

971 

8,021 

1,258 

624 

805 

754 

799 

385 

11,303 

3,372 

2,211 

133 

11,071 



135 

187 

1,145 

4,189 

187 

651 

269 

32 

40 
2,085 

1^ 

19.503 



7 
62 
86 
52 

J8l 



315 

65 

3 

106 
1,405 



196 
143 
244 
121 
102 
67 
220 

_411 



"5l 
75 

211 
68 

327 



250" 

61 

6 

181 
954 



10,215 

5,913 

1.928 

373 

1.074 

1.318 



253 
184 
258 
178 
134 
86 
225 

_452 



78 

208 

90 



293 

73 
6 

201 
1.409 



1961 



132,450 



93.122 



'23S 

1,660 

541 

87 

1,499 

8 

664 

422 

555 

1,854 

18,738 

6,140 

1,546 

3,754 

18,365 

1,485 

1,287 

63 

2,134 

1,005 

8,605 

1.493 

752 

862 

682 

867 

470 

10,544 

3,850 

2,810 

144 

12,308 



"2:633 

149 

206 

1,143 

3,790 

287 

1,031 

323 

54 

59 

2,329 

V 
254 

22.620 



10,033 

8,405 

2,774 

391 

1,217 

1.391 



291 
207 
270 
183 
116 
102 
222 

461 



79 

68 

250 

64 

345 



271 

67 

7 

260 
1,743 



I 



Includes Forooaa. 

Indepeodeat countries. 

Includes Egypt only prior to 1959* 

Since 19^9 Syria ia included in Africa as 

part of the United Arab Republic 



80 



TABLE 40. PERSONS NATUHALI^tO, HY a'lJrn"HY OR REGION Cf POitMEN ALLfGlANCE 
_A|^P ?MJOH OCCUPATION GMOUI'i YI:AR FNDfcP JUNE 30, 1901 



Country or region 
of former 
aUealance 



Total 
natu- 
ralized 



g S.5 



C t- 

c •" S 

e c T> 

m oj oj 

■*- 01 -o 

rt) I- c 

Ih O "^ 



M (J 3 



t- c 
i-. a E 



> C J ■" — T) 

S u ifi n n) *J 
Oj TD I- O. Q. M 
4> 3 :3 O 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 

Austria 

Belnium 

Bulqaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Ge rmany 

Greece 

Hunqa ry 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands 

Nonway 

Poland 

Portuqal 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

Yiinoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China l/ 

India 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Palestine 

Philippines 

Other Asia 2/ 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

Other West Indies 2/ 

Central America 2/ 

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 2/ . . 

Africa 

ftorocco 

Union of South Africa ... 
United Arab Republic .... 
Other Africa 2/ 

Oceania 

Australia 

new /Zealand 

Other Oceania ?/ 

U. S. possessions 

Stateless and not reported 

l/ Includes Tormosa. 

2/ Independent countries. 



7^W 



12.746 



16.07S 



.93-J 



.1? 



236 
,660 
Ml 
37 
,499 
B 
664 
422 
555 
,854 
,739 
,140 
,546 
,754 
365 
,485 
287 
63 
,134 
005 
,605 
493 
752 
862 
682 
867 
470 
,544 
,850 
,310 
144 



5.734 



2.436 



11 

135, 

47 

12 

105 

1 

71 

49 

29 

142 

1,030 

234 

145 

356 

354 

133 

107 

4 

258 

105 

376 

19 

43 

70 

66 

124 

59 

929 

150 

117 

5 



13 

54 

334 

383 

51 

80 

275 

29 

19 

HI 
25 

199 
28 
22 
47 
27 
45 
15 

314 
95 
50 



12.308 



9 

103 

34 

10 

60 

43 
49 
14 

125 

1,262 

211 

80 

450 

540 

106 

93 

1 

128 

57 

331 

40 

43 

24 

40 

51 

16 

1,034 

138 

146 

6 

465 



10.199 



513 



307 
103 
32 
61 
155 
23 
18 

82 
17 

107 
11 
17 
13 
15 
18 
5 

318 

59 

29 

6 



25 

95 

54 

6 

124 

1 

95 

59 

53 

125 

2,048 

648 

156 

303 

2,741 

185 

121 

11 

203 

160 

1,025 

66 

91 

55 

71 

77 

20 

955 

324 

374 

18 



40 

135 

57 

10 

155 

2 

51 

62 

32 

155 

1,531 

960 

185 

339 

4,041 

214 

180 

4 

165 

77 

1,600 

225 

119 

31 

31 

54 

37 

842 

637 

473 

18 

943 



1.550 



J-iSi: 



5.88 3 



5 
12 
25 
26 

271 
57 
35 

196 

113 
37 
17 
2 
25 
33 

129 
17 
12 
6 
11 
22 
5 

307 

55 

37 

3 



64 

118 

42 

12 

129 

1 

52 

29 

34 

189 

1,274 

1,239 

115 

470 

1,237 

110 

100 

5 

124 

53 

715 

41 

58 

50 

50 

59 

25 

831 

302 

261 

15 



11 
29 

13 

55 

1 

16 

15 

16 

44 

528 

278 

77 

212 

2,495 

39 



70 

40 

627 

134 

44 

67 

21 

18 

17 

309 

269 

291 

5 



39.815 



55 

917 

250 

2b 

722 

2 

267 

136 

319 

923 

10,032 

1,986 

656 

1,277 

6,341 

542 

543 

29 

894 

425 

3,428 

965 

296 

376 

329 

349 

263 

4,744 

1,758 

1,003 

63 

7.051 



2,683 
149 
206 

1,143 

3,790 
287 

1,031 

323 

54 

59 

2,329 
254 

22.B20 



10,033 

8,405 

2,774 

391 

1,217 

1.391 



316 
55 
65 

214 
67 
28 
43 
34 
11 
13 

150 
33 

1.553 



1,052 
145 
218 
43 
100 

209 



205 

10 

8 

69 

63 

30 

12 

24 

3 

4 

29 

21 



110 
10 
12 
89 
71 
20 
15 
15 

7 
97 
29 



3 

7 

123 



7 

112 

13 



16 

129 

151 

27 

12 

25 

7 



417 
194 
124 



947 

221 

294 

34 

164 



410 
119 

80 
8 

23 



920 

554 

274 

18 

91 



291 
207 
270 
183 
116 
102 
223 

461 



767 
652 
633 
102 
159 

_148 



79 

68 

250 

54 



260 
1,743 



13 
193 



13 
191 



103 
163 
49 

18 
45 



7 
55 
130 
14 
19 
14 
7 
4 
325 
16 

1.454 



495 
457 
346 



32 

l?i 



219 
3 



36 

396 

3 



3 

19 

118 

19 

3 
11 

2 



1.397 



218 

1,079 

71 

9 

20 

31 



1,321 

46 

78 

385 

3,040 

77 

914 

149 

15 

14 

908 

103 

10.390 



,729 
,393 
685 
109 
474 



97 
82 
114 
58 
40 
54 
99 

209 



43 
27 
115 
24 



169 
36 



136 

665 



81 



TABLE Ul. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUUTRT OR REGION OF FORMER 
ALLEGIANCE, SEX. AND AQEj YEAR ENDED JTJNE 30, I96I 



Country or region o 
formsr elloglano* 



p*reona 
naturalized 



Total 



Under 

18 
jeare 



18- 

19 

years 



20- 

29 

ye are 



30- 

39 

years 



UO- 

^♦9 

yeara 



50- 

59 

yeara 



60- 

69 

yeare 



70- 

79 

yeare 



80^ 
yeare 

and 
over 



Not 
reported 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 

Auatrla 

Belgluo , 

Bulgaria 

Czecboslovakla 

Danzig 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France .•• 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Netherlands ............ 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal • 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

O.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China y , 

India , 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea , 

Lebanon •< 

Pakistan • , 

Palestine .....< 

Philippines , 

Other Asia 2/ , 

North America • 

Canada , 

Mexico , 

Cuba 

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

South America 

Argentina , 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador .....•.• 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America Z/ .. 

Africa 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa ... 
United Arab Republic .... 
Other Africa 2/ 

Oceania 

Australia 

New ^aland .........•■•< 

Other Oceania Z/ 

U. S. posseasions 

Stateless and not reported. 



132. ■'50 



236 
1,660 

87 

l.'t99 

8 

(Ak 

1122 

555 

1.85't 

18,7J8 

6, I'M) 

1,5''6 

3,75't 

18,365 

I.W5 

1,287 

63 

2,13^. 

1,005 

8,605 

l,'t93 

752 

862 

682 

867 

470 

10,5Mt 

3,850 

2,810 

\kh 

12.308 
21583 

149 

206 
l,l't3 
3.790 

287 
1,031 

J23 

59 

2,329 

25't 

22.820 



10,033 

8,'t05 

2,77't 

391 

1,217 

1 .3?1 



291 
207 
270 
183 
116 
102 
222 

Wl 



79 

66 

250 

6'! 



271 

67 

7 

260 

l,7't3 



58.795 



3.626 



l,8jo 



10.679 



15.096 



10.595 



8.032 



5.935 



2.575 



■♦lO 



^^ 



2 . ? ? ? 



iUZi 



ST 



502 
218 
60 
611 
5 
32'. 

190 
203 

635 

3.76'. 
685 

1,'.52 

9,722 

701 

585 

26 

1,100 
".50 

'.,09't 
706 
329 

'♦77 

285 

385 

193 

5.805 

1,69'. 

1,'.32 

57 

5.23'. 

1,326 
107 
106 
59'. 
687 
206 
336 
163 
'.3 
".3 

1,'.90 
133 

10.221 

3,899 

'.,2'.8 

1.'.50 

151 

'.73 

692 



25 

15 

1 

12 

2 

3 

'. 

37 

9M 

233 

15 

96 

535 

18 

8 

2 
17 

9 
5'. 
151 

2 
17 

8 
13 

1 

123 

20 

2'. 

2 



"153 

85 

116 
102 
67 
1.2 

117 
226 



125^ 

2 

2 

II. 

168 

11 

21.0 
9 

1 
155 

1 

1.11 

"25^ 

90 
30 

5 
28 

1.9 



26 

31. 

132 

3'. 

82 



-55- 

23 

1 

125 

885 



1 

18 

9 

16 

9 

17 

2 

28 

329 
50 
38 
11 

266 
76 
'.'. 

52 

6 

110 

1.0 

12 

3 

5 

3 

123 

1.2 

6'. 

2 

93 



8.223 



11.066 



32 

65 

39 

6 

60 

1 

59 

30 

19 

151 

1,6'A 

1,103 

100 

381. 

2,318 

133 

81 

6 

261. 

66 

349 

106 

52 

59 

39 

57 

8 

597 

130 

2'.7 

18 

556 



1 

2 
292 

"To 



"iST 
1'. 

16 
57 
32 
59 
21 
33 
3 
11 
I'.a 
38 

i .;33;. 

'.1.5 

310 

37 

168 

152 



■55 

10". 

67 

23 

172 

1 

97 

52 

39 

201 

1,677 

1,378 

155 

601 

2,289 

99 

78 

6 

350 

137 

1,030 

122 

80 

11.5 

61 

191 

53 

1,189 

297 

315 

21 

1.160 



7.765 



31 

79 

36 

13 

1'.9 

2 

73 

1.0 

1.1 

92 

868 

".57 

125 

205 

1.999 

119 

12'. 

1 

231 

92 

1,222 

72 

73 

55 

'.7 

'.2 

'.5 
832 

321 

275 

I. 
677 



5 ■'.15 



273 
52 
5'. 

212 
71. 
97 
25 
59 
17 
20 

216 
61 

2.279 

1,036 

'.50 

617 

1.9 

127 

22'. 



2'.2 
12 
11 

133 
23 
21 
15 
25 
8 
3 

170 
11. 

1.761. 



959 

380 

295 

33 

87 

116 



123 



25 
225 



10 
199 



19 
51. 
27 

1. 

99 

1 

1.2 

1.2 

2'. 

79 

6'rt 

250 

11'. 

IC 

I.'.IO 

11.9 

117 

3 

131 

70 

707 

55 

60 

55 

'.2 

35 

21 

'.89 

28'. 

278 

6 

956 



3.'.75 



20 
95 
19 
6 
67 

25 

21. 
30 
39 

281. 

193 
93 
39 

591 
82 

100 

1. 

41 

1.6 

".17 

116 
35 

101 
51 
27 

45 

324 

398 

160 

3 

676 



1.391 



7 

50 

6 

6 

31 

15 

36 
7 
61 
88 
44 
11 

276 
24 
32 
1 
12 
20 

179 
38 
13 
33 
28 
14 
15 

105 

178 

59 

1 

330 



213 



202 
3 

10 
126 

85 

7 
6 

13 

6 

5 

482 

11 

1,418 



544 

719 

120 

12 

23 

62 



235 

13 

8 

36 

117 

6 

5 

16 

5 

2 

230 

3 

il98 



270 

1,273 

30 

6 

19 

46 



89 
10 

5 

151 

1 

16 
6 
2 

47 
3 

J82. 



1 

5 

2 
1 
8 
1 
18 
10 
3 
1 

n 
1 

1 
3 
1 
4 
25 

6 
2 
9 
4 
3 
4 
21 
23 
7 



iT 



93 

680 

13 

1 

2 

13 



29 
1 
4 
2 

1 



.13S_ 



12 

120 

2 



12 

142 



4 
113 



Includee Forfflooa. 
Independent countries. 



82 



TABIi "tl. PERSONS NATORALISED, BI COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORhER 
ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 (Cont'd) 



Country or region of 
former allegiance 



Under 

18 
years 



18- 

19 

yeara 



20- 30- 

29 39 

Years yeara 



1*0- 
yeara 



50- 

59 

years 



60- 

69 

yeara 



70- 

79 

years 



"Bo~ 

years 

and 
over 



Not 
reported 



All couDtrlea 

Europe 

Albania 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Danzig 

DeniDark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France ■•.■•......■. 

Qermany • 

Greece .••■• • 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg * 

Netherlands 

Norway ••■••••• 

Poland 

Portugal • 

Bunianla •..*.•••••••••••> 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland •. 

Turkey 

United Kingdom 

O.S.S.R 

Yugoslavia ■•■• 

Other Europe 

Asia ...a. 

China 1/ 

India 

Iran 

Israel • 

Japan 

Jordan 

Korea ..■..■■...•■■ 

Lebanon 

Pakistan 

Palestine 

Philippines 

Other Asia 2/ 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Cuba 

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

South America 

Argentina 

Brazil 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Peru 

Venezuela 

Other South America 2/ ,, 

Africa ..., 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa ... 
United Arab Republic ,,., 
Other Africa 2/ 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 2/ 

U. S. poasesaions 

Stateless and not reported 



73.655 



51.792 



70 

1,158 

323 

27 

888 

3 

iko 

232 

352 

1,219 

12,26't 

2,376 

861 

2,302 

8,61.3 

78it 

702 

37 

1,05'» 

555 

"1,511 

787 

'♦23 

385 

397 

1.82 

277 

6,739 

2,156 

1,378 

87 

7,07'> 



1,357 

kz 

100 

51*9 

3,103 

81 

695 

160 

11 

16 

839 

121 

6,13't 

'•,157 

1,32't 

2'tO 

7'i't 

699 



121 
122 
15'» 

81 

'49 

60 
105 

-221 



53 

3'< 

118 

30 

263 



213 
6 

155 
858 



3.305 



1.963 



I6.OS7 



19-829 



IO.6B9 



9.''73 



8.870 



3.0't8 



366 



2|°8^ 



1 

39 

9 

1 
11* 

12 

1 

3 

30 

825 

200 

8 

'•5 

'•79 

9 

't 

1 

11 

11 

'.7 

16A 

't 

11 

6 

't 

2 

106 

12 

19 

5 

809 



1|?08 



92 

6 

11 

13 

178 

8 

388 

2 

1 
1 

95 
lit 

313 



1 
19 
13 

16 

9 

17 

2 

28 

351 

72 

32 

12 

3^3 

67 

63 

1 

55 

lit 

99 

33 

13 

'« 

7 

9 

1 

n't 

kk 

65 

It 

_20 



Ui2Z: 



?f 



109 

20 

1 

36 

'11 



312 



192 

62 

2 

60 

1 

92 

22 

50 

373 

3,808 

691 

80 

850 

2,363 

U3 

119 

12 

228 

108 

355 

102 

't't 

82 

60 

86 

25 

1,525 

l't3 

262 

25 

1,806 



89 

29 

9 



252 
9 
27 

111 

997 

33 

lii7 

1.3 

3 

5 

156 

33 

1.893 



13.320 
6 

319 
117 

6 

180 

1 

97 

'♦7 

60 

■163 

'•,253 

551 

133 

519 

1.590 

118 

102 

12 

325 

121 

1,05'« 

76 

82 

76 

82 

213 

2,017 

3'«5 

295 

26 

2.702 



7.095 



10 

128 

'•9 

2 

113 

1 

61 

53 

"•6 

151 

1,'^33 

^20 

121 

265 

\hk 

111 

2 

219 

lO") 

699 

89 

87 

t*0 

63 

61 

26 

1,178 

239 

227 

13 

666 



6.769 



6.510 



89 
379 
306 

'.1 
178 

J2X 



501 

15 

30 

165 

1,'^51 

18 

103 

'to 

5 

2 

335 

37 

3.113 



itBsr 

'tis 

Sli^ 

73 

252 

2'tO 



^276 

5 

10 

111 

83 

9 

9 

15 

1 

3 

127 

17 

-2.l!il 



23 

132 

'.2 

7 

173 

3't 

56 

"•8 

87 

1,012 

231 

156 

372 

l.l't9 

173 

121 

6 

123 

96 

653 

117 

77 

62 

70 

55 

75 

kzz 

255 

8 






8^ 
2't't 
25 

7 
225 

19 

32 
85 
62 

't't't 

257 
203 
166 
1,229 
102 

117 

3 
55 
75 
l.l't9 
156 
81 
76 
76 
"15 
79 

(>y* 

668 

185 

3 

't09 



2.276 



555 

287 

67 

150 

122 



't 
26 



1/ Includes Formoea. 

2/ Independent countriese 



26 
6 

18 
7 



'to 
135 



957 

805 

127 

35 

71 

83 



60 
3 

10 
37 
210 
'1 
30 
26 

3 

2't 

2 

1, 27'! 
26 
I't 
2't 



7 
78 

6 

2 
95 

11 

k 

51 

23 
109 

50 
116 

63 
It08 

2't 

60 

17 

2't 
't28 

'12 

31 

30 

29 
9 

31 
202 
261 

63 
2 

Ji5_ 



7 

2 

25 

't 

11 

10 

'10 

't 

5 

1 

2 

27 

8 

It 

It 
It 

It 

28 
22 

5 



15 



Ix 



28 



19 
10 
21 
13 

l't3 



122 

20 

1 

35 
213 



52 

12 

2 

11 
152 



130 



5 
1 
1 

18 
120 



10 

65 

1 

't 

11 

1 
2 



58*1 



lO't 

1.60 

11. 



27 
73 

1 

3 
2 



1 

1 

5 
'17 



Ji- 
ll 



83 



TABLE 41A. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY SEX, fMRITAL STATUS, AGE, 
AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957-1961 



Marital status, age, 
and occupation 



Total naturalized 

Sex and marital status: 

Males • • 

Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divorced •••• 

Unknown • 

Females 

Single 

Married • 

Vi/idowed 

Divorced 

Unknown 

Males per 1,000 females •••• 

Median age (years): 

Both sexes 

Ma les 

Females 

Major occupation group: 

Professional, technical, and kindred workers . 

Farmers and farm managers 

fvlanagers, 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 



1957 



138.043 



60,289 



14,972 

42,805 

1,391 

1,093 

28 

77.754 



10,874 

59,495 

5,571 

1,734 

80 

775 



38.4 
39.9 
36.9 



10,453 
915 

5,237 
11,709 
13,868 
19,062 

2,732 
10,113 

1,007 

5,793 

57,154 



1958 



119.866 



51,350 



13,314 

36,019 

1,106 

891 

20 

68.516 



10,255 

52,404 

4,384 

1,429 

44 

749 



36,2 
38.8 
35.6 



8,364 
592 

4,025 

9,929 

11,772 

16,238 

2,133 

8,828 

785 

5,262 

51,938 



1959 



103,931 



43,719 



12,076 

29,928 

888 

806 

21 

60,212 



9,342 

45,725 

3,872 

1,253 

20 

726 



37.0 
38.4 
35.7 



7,413 
470 

3,409 
8,746 
9,692 
11,826 
1,626 
7,291 
638 
4,505 

48,315 



1960 



119,442 



50,896 



14,341 

34,517 

1.183 

852 

3 

68.546 



10,330 

52,252 

4,694 

1.262 

8 

743 



38.0 
38.9 
37.3 



7,768 
549 

3,548 

9,089 

11,204 

15,116 

1,995 

8.896 

932 

5,307 

55,038 



1961 



132,450 



58,795 



17,438 

39,129 

1,327 

888 

13 

73.655 



12,133 

54,716 

5,411 

1,385 

10 

798 



38.2 
38.8 
37.7 



8.408 
601 

3,814 
10,191 
12,746 
16,078 

2,072 
10,477 

1.121 

7.933 

59,009 



84 



TABLE 42. PERSONS NATURALIZED, DY STATES OR TERRITORIES OF RESIDENCE: 
YEARS ENDED JUNE 30. 19ij2 - 1961 



State or territory 
of residence 



1952-1961 



1952 



1953 



1954 



1955 



1956 



1957 



1959 



1959 



1960 



1961 



Total 

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 Mexico 

New York 

North Carolina 

North Dakota 

Ohio 

Oklahoma 

Oregon 

Pennsylvania 

Rhode Island 

South Carolina 

South Dakota 

Tennessee 

Texas 

Utah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

V/est Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

U.S. terr. and poss.: 

Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands .... 

All other 



1.267.630 



88.655 



92.051 



117.331 



209.526 



145.835 



133.043 



119.866 



103.931 



119.442 



132.450 



3 
2 
6 
1 
186 

10 

35 

2 

7 

24 

6 
16 

2 
30 
14 

6 
5 
4 

5 
6 

15 
65 
62 
12 
1 

10 
3 
5 
2 
4 

79 

3 

335, 

4 

I 

47 

3 

8 

53 

8 

2 
1 
3 
38 
5 

3 
10 
21 

2 
13 

1 



305 
692 
739 
326 
1 

462 
000 
251 
810 
656 

761 
693 
127 
416 
668 

046 
972 
733 
129 
480 

965 
938 
933 
210 

525 

176 

155 
202 
003 
844 

214 
232 
455 
966 
960 

242 
620 
525 
543 
105 

338 
665 
112 
051 
707 

030 
395 
957 
693 
743 
114 



1,163 

1,547 

831 

930 



231 
104 
387 
108 
1?,258 

533 

2,864 

173 

615 

1,524 

553 

526 

156 

2,942 

1,048 

44 5 
340 
290 
411 
737 

949 

6,593 

5,233 

722 

HI 

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 

12,773 

492 

2,941 

102 

497 

1,757 

374 
760 
147 
4,236 
843 

379 
343 
235 
582 
802 

975 
5,768 

4,343 
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 

333 

56 



30 

103 

67 



57 



299 
360 
793 
124 
15,533 

1,170 

3,446 

201 

834 

2,844 

407 
3,143 

274 
6,395 
1,016 

511 
334 
461 
498 
1,093 

2,016 

3,054 

7,363 

959 

139 

643 
416 
416 
175 
650 

5,436 

229 

31,118 

787 

231 

2,972 
268 
842 

4,657 
958 

170 
216 
202 
2,4 52 
612 

419 
827 
3,000 
268 
931 
120 



13 
163 
150 

63 



574 
370 
621 
176 

36,353 

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 

1,311 

198 

1,331 
348 
521 
255 
722 

14,164 
353 

61,677 
661 

286 

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

262 
191 
443 
5,075 
973 

5-J2 
1,133 
2,855 

493 

2,182 

66 



155 
163 
104 

260 



379 
44 5 
420 
192 
21,194 

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

858 
1,865 

192 

11,705 

1,653 

971 
738 
979 
462 
524 

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

1,303 
310 
917 
150 
439 

9,014 

445 

37,612 

681 

158 

5,306 

521 

1,044 

5,843 

844 

256 
235 
473 
4,782 
671 

242 
1,303 
2,370 

322 
2,075 

234 



136 

171 

49 

181 



234 
238 
322 
142 
13,991 

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

532 

1,237 

194 

10,010 

2,164 

878 
522 
634 
514 
479 

1,83: 
5,889 
6,778 
1,944 
113 

1,116 
322 
711 
264 
391 

10,055 
307 

35,432 
4 52 
353 

6,630 
359 
894 

6,147 
720 

242 
223 
327 
3,835 
509 

281 
1,313 
2,082 

205 
1,236 

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 
432 
401 

1,47? 
5,462 
6,017 
1,198 
146 

1,04 
299 
671 
170 
340 

3,779 

338 

23,393 

430 

237 

6,053 
400 
752 

5,197 
671 

271 
205 
274 
4,170 
650 

201 
1,013 
2,160 
278 
649 
140 



154 
103 



83 



326 
204 
760 
126 
14,944 

993 

2,439 

197 

632 

2,212 

500 
1,111 

191 
7,063 
1,465 

439 
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 

31 



317 
179 
790 
118 
17,006 

1,027 

4,398 

243 

5«1 

3,209 

719 
2,377 

256 
8,223 
1,472 

695 

594 

553 

42: 

398 

1,683 

5,146 

5,354 

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 

37 



135 
155 
45 

50 



397 
317 
919 
123 

70,884 

1,361 

2,743 

742 

758 

2,944 

818 
1,668 

252 

10,478 

1,612 

426 
785 
364 
563 
618 

1,481 
6,364 
5,371 
1,197 

203 

1,133 
241 
504 
263 
346 

8,761 

525 

31,467 

404 

154 

5,514 
468 
911 

5,251 
877 

323 
169 
341 
5,326 
643 

204 

936 
1,710 

269 
2,014 

125 



131 
285 
120 

42 



85 



TABU 42A. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY SPECIFIED COUOTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND BY 
STATES OR TERRITORIES OF RESIDENCE i YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1951 



State or territory 
of residence 


All 
countries 


Germany 


Italy 


United 
Kingdom 


Canada 


Poland 


Mexico 


Greece 


Japan 


Ireland 


Cuba 


China 1/ 


Norway, 
Sweden, 
Denmark 


Philip- 
pines 


All 
other 


Total 


132.450 


18.738 


18.365 


10.544 


10.033 


8.605 


3.405 


5.140 


3.790 


3.754 


2.774 


2.683 


2.351 


2.329 


33.939 




397 
317 
919 
123 
20,884 

1,361 

2,743 

242 

758 

2,944 

818 
1,568 

252 

10,473 

1,612 

426 
785 
354 
563 
618 

1,481 

5,364 

5,371 

1,197 

208 

1,183 
241 
504 
263 

340 

8,761 

525 

31,467 

404 

154 

5,514 
458 
911 

5,251 
877 

323 
169 
341 
5,326 
643 

204 

935 
1,710 

269 
2,014 

125 

181 
285 
120 

42 


154 
72 
87 
34 
2,067 

315 

299 

48 

96 

292 

434 

70 

43 

1,548 

242 

127 

324 

170 

85 

51 

384 
391 
729 
241 
45 

325 
45 

155 
42 
47 

1,406 
73 

3,337 

151 

35 

1,044 

196 

104 

910 

55 

113 

50 

93 

542 

191 

18 
286 
289 

44 
683 

18 

6 
24 

5 


8 
4 
17 
4 
1,056 

104 

849 

18 

69 

89 

14 

5 

6 

1,322 

61 

23 
7 
11 
52 
17 

127 

1,427 

521 

133 
2 
19 
17 

7 

2,214 

5 

7,638 

10 

1 

731 

12 

31 

1,144 

207 

15 
2 
16 
51 
18 

9 
32 
48 
44 
101 
12 

7 


50 
21 
54 
14 
1,910 

60 

210 

25 

68 

432 

51 
46 
23 
441 
81 

38 
51 
35 
66 
48 

130 

386 

554 

64 

18 

84 
29 
40 
15 
39 

524 

35 

2,903 

27 

8 

326 
27 
62 

459 
52 

43 
13 
42 
221 
75 

13 
100 
130 

25 
97 
15 

5 
35 
111 

3 


18 

56 

92 

5 

2,572 

81 
246 
22 

28 

412 

32 

4l 

265 

85 

24 

43 

9 

25 

382 

54 
919 
913 
155 

20 

38 
69 
33 
45 
129 

232 

33 

1,143 

21 

33 

250 
26 
153 
150 
104 

9 
12 

36 
146 
43 

115 
52 

471 

14 

97 

9 

2 
5 

2 


7 
5 
5 
7 
296 

54 
308 
13 
19 
43 

11 

3 

2 

1,773 

208 

14 

10 

5 

15 

83 
428 
557 

82 
4 

90 
7 

12 
2 
8 

793 

4 

2,216 

11 

5 

590 
5 

16 
562 

69 

3 
4 
13 
31 
2 

2 
25 
19 

5 
145 

1 

1 


6 

4 

4 26 

4 

3,090 

193 

1 

1 

6 

15 

5 

9 

6 

301 

140 

12 
49 

2 
20 

2 

3 
10 
59 
13 

3 

28 

3 

20 

25 

1 

19 

258 

69 

2 

2 

50 
24 
15 
25 
2 

4 

3 

3,388 

14 

1 

2 
11 

5 
24 
24 

3 


27 
4 

13 

7 

399 

44 
104 
27 
85 
61 

25 

4 
805 
175 

21 

16 

11 

5 

7 

106 

543 

256 

30 

8 

45 
6 

12 
5 

47 

350 

11 

1,832 

39 

.3 

322 
20 
24 

258 
22 

26 
5 
14 
55 
39 

1 
56 
23 
29 
79 
15 

2 


28 
52 
29 
11 
1,033 

69 
26 
11 
31 
44 

36 
554 

15 
135 

41 

17 
104 
25 
13 
18 

64 
76 
63 
40 
10 

50 
18 
24 
14 
10 

124 
28 

156 
39 

6 

75 
40 
44 
77 
12 

23 
10 
23 
159 
23 

5 

67 

136 

12 

39 

3 

8 
." 

3 


6 
4 
4 

2 
234 

11 
92 
10 
14 
21 

4 
3 
3 
337 
8 

9 

7 

2 

12 

8 

16 

443 

69 

16 

8 

27 
3 
5 
1 

14 

230 

3 

1,672 

1 

3 

88 

12 

201 

31 

4 
1 

2 
55 
4 

1 
12 
24 

2 
11 

2 

1 
1 


5 
2 
.1 

1 
103 

3 

34 

6 

8 

873 

16 

1 

81 
15 

2 

3 

25 

1 

14 

39 
17 
4' 

5 

12 

1 
3 
2 

185 

1,151 

8 

15 
1 
1 

38 
6 

5 

7 
20 

14 
4 
3 
2 

37 


1 

2 

33 

10 

955 

18 
13 

40 
23 

15 
141 
4 
94 
17 

3 
10 

5 
10 

1 

21 
91 
62 
8 
15 

9 
5 
5 
5 
4 

50 

4 

637 

4 

3 

49 
4 
39 
47 
16 

2 

10 

38 

9 

2 
15 
45 

3 
14 

2 

2 
2 

1 


6 

20 

8 

1 

460 

25 

49 

5 

8 

39 

7 
4 
14 

231 
14 

20 
9 
6 
9 

10 

24 

52 

50 

121 

1 

5 
13 

9 
9 
2 

132 
7 

519 
3 
15 

23 

1 

50 

35 

5 

6 
20 

5 
15 
63 

5 
21 
117 

1 
56 

3 

1 

1 


3 

9 

24 

3 
1,139 

5 

10 

1 

9 

22 

7 

563 

1 

38 

7 

3 
7 
7 
9 

1 

17 
15 
8 

7 
3 

11 

4 
7 
13 
2 

7 
7 
33 
3 
2 

21 

5 
20 
16 

1 

5 

1 

3 

34 

4 

13 

52 

3 

4 

126 

2 

10 


78 




52 




125 


. 


20 




5,570 




377 




502 




65 




277 
678 




160 




241 


Jdgho 


90 




3,105 




518 




115 


|. 


146 




72 




216 




67 




429 




1,533 




1,513 




384 




51 




325 




36 




160 




66 




34 




2,380 




55 




8,111 




85 




37 




1,925 




107 




330 




1,329 




284 




69 




47 




74 




451 




158 




31 




240 




335 




77 




553 




20 




31 




154 




9 




11 






\j Includes FormoBB. 

































86 



TABLE '♦2B. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY TYPE OF CODRT AND STATES 
OR TERRITORIES OF RESIDENCE: YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, I96I 



State or territory 
of residence 



Total 



Federal 



State 



Total 

Alabama •• 

Alaska «•• 

Arizona ••<> 

Arkansas .••• ...•• 

California 

Colorado 

Connecticut 

Delaware • 

District of Columbia 

Florida • 

Georgia 

Hawaii 

Idaho 

Illinois 

IndiEina 

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 

Dtah 

Vermont 

Virginia 

Washington 

West Virginia 

Wisconsin 

Wyoming 

0. S. territories and possessions: 

Guam 

Puerto Rico 

Virgin Islands 

Unknown or not reported ^ . . • 



132. 't50 



397 
317 
919 
123 
20,88it 

1,361 

2,7'»3 

2'.2 

758 

2.9^1* 

818 
1,668 

252 

10,'t78 

1,612 

1.26 
785 

36'* 
563 
618 

1,^1 
6,36'* 
5.371 
1,197 
208 

1.183 
2'*1 
^Oh 
263 
3'<6 

8,761 

525 

31. '•67 

13^ 

5,51'^ 
468 
911 

5,251 
877 

323 
169 
3'*1 
5.326 
61*3 

204 

936 
1,710 

269 
2,0lU 

125 



181 
285 
120 

42 



103.872 



397 
210 
573 
123 
16,807 

916 

2.235 

242 

758 

2,727 

818 
1,237 

127 
9,964 
1,610 

426 
399 
364 
563 
319 

1,229 
3,9S6 
3,822 
1,125 
203 

1,183 

14 

^75 

106 

25 

3,519 

165 

26,890 

404 

144 

4,212 
228 
521 

3.631 
646 

323 

119 

341 

5,130 



140 
936 

1.388 
247 

1.232 
40 



28,578 



107 
346 

♦ ,077 

445 
508 



217 



'*3l 

125 

514 

2 



386 



299 

252 

2,378 

1.549 

72 



227 
29 

157 
321 

5,242 

360 

4,577 

10 

1,302 
240 
390 

1,620 
231 



50 

196 
643 

64 

322 
22 

782 



181 
285 
120 

42 



87 



TABLE '(3. PERSONS NATORALIZED, BY SFECinED C0DNTRIE3 OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AMD BY HORAL AND 
ORBAN AREA AND CITYl YEAR ENDED JUNE XI, 1961 

^ral: Population of Icea than 2,500. Drban: Populotlon of 2,500 - 99,999. 
Cities; Population of 100,000 or more/ 



Class of place and city 



All 
countries 



Germany 



Italy 



United 
Kingdom 



Japan 



China 1/ 



Norway, 
Sweden, 
Denmark 



rhlllp- 
pioes 



Total 

Rural 

Urban 

Cities: Total 

Ariz., Phoenix 

Calif., Long Beach .... 

Los Angeles ... 

Oakland 

Sacramento .... 

San Diego 

San Francisco . 

Colo., Denver 

Conn., Bridgeport .... 

Hartford 

New Haven 

D. C, Washington .... 
Fla.> Miami 

Tampa 

Hawaii, Honolulu 

111., Chicago 

lud. , Indianapolis . . 

Gary 

La., New Orleans ... 

Md., Baltimore 

Mass., Boston 

Springfield ... 

Worcester 

Mich., Detroit 

Grand Rapids . . 
Minn., Minneapolis ... 

St. Paul 

Ho., St. Louis 

Nebr., Omaha 

N. J., Elizabeth 

Jersey City . . . 

Newark 

Paterson 

Trenton 

N. Y., Buffalo 

New York 

Rochester 

Syracuse 

Yonkers 

Ohio, Akron 

Cincinnati .... 

Cleveland 

Columbus 

Dayton 

Toledo 

Youngstown .... 

Ore,, Portland 

Pa. , Philadelphia , , 

Pittsburgh .... 
R. I., Providence .... 
Texas, El Paso 

Houston 

San Antonio . . . 
Otah, Salt Lake City 
Wash., Seattle 

Tacoma • 

Wise . , Milwaukee 

Other cities 

U. S. terr* and poss. ... 
All ether 

1/ Includes Formosa. 



152.'t50 



18.738 



7|6?^ 



''7.632 



75 ■'♦97 



276 
277 

6,765 
553 
'157 
559 

2,661 
661 
251 
419 
205 
758 

1,105 
161 

1,186 

8,267 
224 
306 
325 
635 
717 
27't 
339 

1,5'»5 
317 
1.16 
22l( 

667 
282 
271 
1(1)1 

853 
513 
305 
798 
22,769 
676 
526 
302 
237 
296 

1,968 
272 
163 
207 
262 
52} 

l,78it 
676 
336 

1,098 
366 
618 
387 
663 
199 
761 

6,595 

586 
1,083 



18,365 



io,5itii 



10.033 



8,605 



8^ 



6.1140 



3,790 



3,751* 



2,7711 



2,683 



2,351 



^■3^9 



1.509 



1(80 



703 



966 



375 



707 



193 



339 



121) 



37 



56 



JSL 



8 . 085 



6.091 



3.972 



2.343 



3.495 



1.802 



1.626 



1.057 



580 



568 



_2ZL 



3,676 



11 .7 ^ 7 



5.639 



4,146 



5.872 



4.176 



4.129 



1.687 



.2,562. 



2.107 



2.043 



1.170 



26 
23 

622 
49 
54 
46 

203 

121 
19 
20 
18 
96 
53 
22 
67 
1,056 
48 
18 
35 

107 
27 
23 
17 

143 
41 
66 
49 

153 
89 
23 
30 
56 
44 
41 
94 
1,912 

105 
36 
40 
33 

103 

259 
67 
59 
44 
18 
60 

300 
79 
17 

175 
43 
62 

125 
64 
48 

187 
1,241 

30 
438 



10 

10 

247 

38 

17 

31 

206 

61 

86 

169 

76 

69 

23 

15 

5 

1,048 

15 

8 

33 

73 

256 

57 

52 

207 

4 

7 

4 

110 

14 

85 

152 

267 

234 

80 

160 

5,535 

200 

102 

104 

37 

34 

266 

35 

17 

24 

68 

25 

372 

220 

108 

8 

14 

2 

6 

19 

12 

45 

575 

7 
30 



18 
53 

652 
38 
33 
45 

231 
22 
14 
37 
19 
68 

128 
19 
46 

287 
9 
13 
41 
49 
39 
25 
15 

144 
11 
18 
14 
33 
22 
11 
22 
42 
12 
11 
46 
2,130 
55 
16 
17 
13 
20 
67 
23 

2 
17 
13 

35 

144 
40 
16 
25 
24 
32 
46 
44 
16 
26 

531 

151 

79 



59 
64 
1,006 
40 
55 
86 
91 
29 
11 
61 

3 
28 
82 
16 
25 
153 
15 

3 
13 
23 
46 
48 
36 
237 
21 
61 
15 
14 
17 

3 

3 
10 

8 

6 

104 

331 

60 

28 

4 
11 
12 
40 
10 
15 
24 

4 
95 
23 
26 
18 
11 
23 
14 
16 
205 

24 

39 
621 

8 
55 



166 
7 
6 
8 

29 
40 
23 
47 
30 
19 
16 

3 

1,623 
6 

39 

8 

64 

34 

29 

29 

219 

19 

28 

19 

56 

7 

39 

71 

89 

49 

3I' 

159 

1,510 

34 

27 

32 

13 

9 

351 

9 

2 

23 

50 

11 

277 

56 

20 

3 
5 
3 
2 
7 
2 
75 
332 



61 

21 
1,222 
45 
52 
122 
96 



6 
2 
1 
9 
212 
1 
62 
7 
2 
1 

3 
14 
2 
3 
6 
12 



5 
6 

742 

103 

424 

4 

2 

1 

16 

728 

2 
25 



7 

3 
93 
27 
16 
19 
92 
31 
18 
17 

8 
85 
27 

1 

721 
19 
64 

3 
72 
78 
29 
43 
87 
13 
12 

4 
26 

9 
14 
49 
34 

6 
14 
34 
1,552 
19 
12 

11 
17 
15 

91 
22 
17 
14 
14 
22 
69 
34 



16 
9 

20 

17 
1 

19 
355 



16 



6 

16 
326 

27 

20 

44 
103 

24 
2 
2 
2 

31 

3 

1 

335 

77 
9 
3 
6 
6 
5 
6 
2 

16 
1 

13 
7 
9 

14 

1 
4 
1 
7 
6 

63 
6 
2 
2 
5 
5 

11 

16 
7 
1 
1 

21 

18 

5 
4 

52 
15 
21 

11 

43 
27 

7 
209 

12 
126 



2 

3 

65 

5 

6 

2 

48 

6 

5 

15 

19 

14 

3 

4 

3 

299 

2 

5 

8 

61 

16 

22 

20 

1 

4 
5 

21 
4 
9 

25 

22 
6 
3 

26 
1,408 

14 

12 

16 

5 

41 

3 

1 

1 

5 

4 

98 

23 

19 

1 

7 

19 

1 

12 

4 
109 

2 
9 



564 

40 
1 

69 
6 
1 

17 
6 

10 
2 
1 
6 

1 
1 
6 
1 

19 
3 

32 
9 
1 

2 

1,101 

3 

2 
1 

1 
I 
3 



11 

2 

182 

80 

67 

7 

376 

11 
3 
1 
5 

40 

9 

1 

139 

76 
4 
2 
8 

12 

39 

2 
23 
4 
6 
1 
6 
4 
1 
1 



609 
2 

2 
1 

2 

9 

8 

3 

3 

2 

26 

20 

11 

5 

2 

23 

3 

5 

38 

12 
123 

4 
12 



4 

12 

130 

13 

14 

10 

44 

7 

2 

4 

2 

8 

11 

1 

4 

137 

3 
5 

9 
6 

2 

4 

12 

1 

52 

13 

2 

4 

1 

5 

3 

1 

2 

340 



2 

2 

29 

7 

2 

3 

1 

4 

1 

47 

70 

10 

4 

102 

1 
12 



88 



TABLE 44. PERSONS NATURALIZED, BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRY: 

YEAR ENDED JUNE 30 1961 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 

natural- 

Ized 



Year of entry 



19S5 



1954 1953 



1952 1951 



1940- 1930. Before 
1949 1939 1930 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia ••••....•.•< 

Denmark ••••4 

Finland ••.., 

Franca •«...«*•••< 

Germany .••.••••••• 

Greece •■••< 

Hungary ••.•... • 

Ireland 

Italy 

Utvia 

Lithuania ...•.••••••«*.**< 

Netherlands • 

Norviay ■ 

Poland 

Portugal 

Rumania *. 

Spain • ...«••« 

Sweden .••••.•••••••••••.•. 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) .. 

United Kingdom ••••« 

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

Yugoslavia 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China i/ 

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 

Morocco ♦...•,,.... 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania ..•,.,.,,,,,,«,, 

Australia .,,.,.♦,,,,,,,,,, 
New Zealand .,««.,,.«,,«,,, 
Other Oceania ••... 

Other countries 



132, 45C 



165 



1,364 



3,720 



7,449 



9,502 



30,906 



13,293 



6,711 



7,700 



7,450 



5,196 



12,244 



23.882 



Si, 1^.6. 



53 



1,778 

558 

2,251 

667 

560 

1,710 

17,354 

5,939 

1,907 

3,899 

18,021 

1,558 

1,344 

1,910 

1,026 

10,015 

1,422 

1,227 

864 

658 

830 

692 

7,573 

4,666 

3,511 

1,216 

12,220 



33S. 



5 
7 
9 
6 
2 

19 
112 

27 
2 
3 

29 

3 

7 
2 

a 

51 

1 
8 

5 
3 
23 
3 
2 
1 

377 



_23i 



15 

21 
1 
1 

44 
558 

51 
5 
7 

57 
2 
1 
5 
3 

10 

68 
2 

12 

1 
3 

48 
5 

7 
5 

340 



^.?7!> 



41 

4 

29 

3 

4 

74 

1,243 

268 

8 

15 

358 

4 

2 

15 

11 

27 

39 

16 

32 

3 

9 

19 

111 

6 

24 

10 

1,090 



4.«? 



2,846 
189 
205 
151 
177 
243 

3,698 
363 

1,039 
298 

2,349 
662 

24.349 



37 
3 
4 

3 

2 
140 

1 
66 

2 
66 
16 

54 



9,075 
8,384 
2,713 
2,394 
1,361 
422 

1,426 



250 
195 
265 
182 
120 
80 
334 

834 



123 

90 

365 

256 

453 



20 



254 
69 

130 



12 



-^ 



"Sir 
5 
7 
4 
9 
5 

368 
12 

464 

7 

97 

44 

187 



105 
16 
86 
43 
27 

147 
1,405 

410 
85 
96 
1,062 
16 
13 

102 
29 

132 

130 
57 

104 
16 
28 
90 

304 
26 
84 
42 

1,726 



6.887 



207 
23 
35 
18 
41 
57 

755 
51 

179 
58 

221 
81 

832 



127 
31 

189 
54 
20 

163 
1,780 

708 

152 

229 

1,718 

30 

19 

155 
49 

342 
91 
77 
42 
36 
53 
43 

424 
99 

171 
85 

1,371 



24.568 



257 
19 
19 
43 
17 
45 

561 
69 
94 
29 

157 
61 

1.028 



416 
172 
649 
172 
108 
357 

4,461 

2,702 
441 

1,209 

6,963 
129 
105 
711 
182 

1,535 
116 
408 
87 
97 
249 
134 

1,326 
513 

1,044 
282 

1,907 



9.950 



151 

72 

183 

97 

52 

202 

2,385 

389 

102 

703 

2,764 

31 

30 

258 

133 

544 

104 

57 

79 

59 

113 

41 

982 

206 

139 

74 

670 



4.490 



51 
63 
86 
56 
31 

111 

1,469 

70 

38 

262 

543 
13 
19 

177 
81 

218 
80 
15 
30 
47 
75 
15 

695 

114 
75 
56 

383 



?..71i 



82 

44 

164 

38 

20 

73 

1,310 

118 

241 

181 

354 

72 

80 

91 

72 

760 

37 

193 

54 

34 

41 

12 

570 

372 

606 

92 

441 



^, 2 , 1 /9 



86 

31 

124 

27 

9 

74 

792 

324 

196 

91 

321 

289 

126 

78 

56 

1,760 

45 

134 

28 

16 

42 

17 

290 

639 

557 

117 



^■376 



7.736 



686^ 

82 

40 

47 

38 

61 

359 

114 

85 

55 

191 

149 

3,770 



110 
8 
16 
14 
14 
40 

201 
37 
26 
33 

120 
51 

2,350 



50 

10 

15 

10 

4 

15 

151 

15 

5 

6 

56 

36 

1.642 



367 
70 
78 

232 
72 
13 

72 



453 
122 
188 
149 
100 
16 

100 



1,477 
405 

1,003 

439 

346 

95 

361 



984 
447 
499 
189 
187 
44 

207 



T4? 
294 
206 
133 
115 
50 

131 



82 
2 
8 
2 
5 
4 
201 

10 
5 
2 

85 

35 

1,411 



153 

146 

190 

75 

30 

_82 



220 

"~W 

2 

4 

4 

11 

2 

54 

12 

4 

6 

41 

21 

883 



47 

17 

60 

25 

17 

57 

313 

42 

94 

122 

204 

544 

223 

87 

54 

1,030 

54 

61 

13 

15 

47 

11 

220 

579 

291 

148 

144 



83 

59 

163 

53 

32 

272 

561 

208 

78 

340 

685 

384 

448 

130 

130 

1,412 

119 

45 

57 

63 

63 

35 

1,459 

530 

144 

132 

898 



1.1.45 



"5lJ 
121 
88 
35 
59 
17 

45 



61 

2 

5 

1 

10 

4 

6 

7 

1 

11 

19 

17 

600 



8 
20 

4 
17 

1 
41 
15 

7 

14 

301 

42 

3,225 



23 
2 
47 
6 
16 
29 

129 
54 
18 
59 

257 
4 
13 
11 
15 
76 
16 
12 
36 
14 
13 
19 

178 
27 
29 
32 

334 



13.670 



33r 

81 
55 
74 
42 
13 

47 



1:357 
911 
342 
279 
246 
19 

159 



2 
4 



14 
2 
1 
4 
197 
6 

517 



TIT 

191 
20 
71 
12 

4 

_22l 



179 



132 
31 
16 



Includes Formosa. 
Includes Arab Palestine. 



89 



TABLE 45. PERSONS NATURALIZED, DY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS: 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 19?7 - 1961 



Naturalization provisions 



1957- 
1961 



1957 



1958 



1959 



1960 



1961 



Total 



General provisions 
Special provisions 



Persons married to U. S. citizens 

Children, including adopted children, of U. S. 

citizen parents 

Former U. S. citizens who lost citizenship by 

marriage 

Philippine citizens who entered the United States 

prior to May 1, 1934, and have resided continuously 

in the United States 

Persons who served in U. S. armed forces for three 

yea rs 

Persons who served in U. S. armed forces during World 

War I or World War II 

Lodge Act enlistees 

Persons serving in U. S, armed forces after June 24, 

1950 (in U. S.) 2/ 

Persons who served on certain U. S. vessels 

Former U. S. citizens who lost citizenship by 

entering the armed forces of foreign countries 

during World War II 

Nationals but not citizens of the United States 

Persons naturalizsd under private law 

Other 



613.732 



130.043 



119.866 



103.931 



119.44: 



132.450 



482,326 

131.406 



114,827 
23.216 



94 , 380 
25,486 



77,230 
26.701 



91,548 
27.894 



104,341 
28.109 



95,550 

27.942 

751 

236 

3,492 

2,285 
449 

156 
240 



93 
98 
33 
81 



18,212 

3,779 

211 

6 
229 
469i/ 



147 
71 



32 
15 
12 
33 



19,353 

4,966 

150 

247 

487 
173 

9 

48 



9 
21 

7 
16 



19,51 
5,632 
121 

26 

730 

399 
179 

58 



19,799 

6,149 

154 

88 

1,111 

438 
45 

41 



15 

14 

3 

12 



24 
24 



13 



18,674 

7,416 

115 

116 

1,175 

492 
52 

22 



13 

24 

3 

7 



\J 1957 figures include naturalization of Lodge Act enlistees (Act of June 30, 1950) 
2/ Act of June 30, 1953 (P.L. 86). 



90 



TSULE 46. CERTIFICATES OF CITUENSMIP GRANTED, 
BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF DIRTH AND REASON FOR CLAlMl 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 1961 



Countrv or region 
of birth 



Total 
3/ 



Reason for claim 



5g 



52 



O E 



O ^ 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland 

Portuga 1 

Rumania 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

Turkey (Europe and Asia) .. 

United Kingdom 

U.S.5,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 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 

1/ Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine, 

3/ See Tables 47 and 48. 



20.7^3 



766 
164 
343 
118 
9b 
847 

7,553 
433 
293 
276 

3,412 
90 
108 
433 
198 
833 
397 
158 
100 
250 
103 
125 

2,346 
953 
212 
147 

3.061 



636 
62 
49 
14 
30 

190 
1,208 
64 
39 
73 

455 

241 

6.326 



3.466 

2,010 

269 

309 

262 

10 

308 



121 
40 

4B 
150 



5.358 



2.958 



7.926 



7.027 



4.387 



92 

17 

31 

9 

13 

533 

3,161 

169 

14 

80 

1,326 



14 
42 
97 

305 
5 
63 
16 
13 
46 

914 



470 

37 

27 

B 

10 

20 

1,067 

18 

22 

38 

335 

186 

3.561 



1.514 

1,715 

108 

109 

134 

1 

136 



94 
16 

6 
117 



162 
30 

127 
36 
27 
33 

469 
85 

139 
82 

946 
15 
32 
66 
67 

43B 
49 
85 
23 
89 
27 
37 

557 

668 
64 
32 



2.139 



6.15B 



667 
36 
20 
20 
20 



100 
14 
40 
13 
10 
68 
1,132 
41 
29 
30 
178 
22 

6 
32 
20 
64 

6 
13 

5 
18 
11 

5 

163 

38 

31 

28 



292 
84 
24 
80 
41 



375 
94 

116 
49 
32 

197 
2,728 

107 
69 
49 

721 
49 
51 

311 
43 

149 
23 
30 



14 
594 
84 
72 
60 



147 
53 
28 
8 
13 
J9 
33 



1.128 



637 
33 

109 
69 
60 



29 

5 

22 

8 

7 

10 

33 

25 

28 

25 

126 

3 

B 

9 

17 

63 

11 

20 

3 

26 

4 

16 

66 

119 

5 

3 



93 
137 
5 
6 
3 
2 



2 
1 
6 

4 

8 
19 
2 



1 

1 

2 
2 

14 
2 

5 
79 



11 
1 
2 
1 

1 

1 

11 

12 

3 



91 



CERTTFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP GRArfTED TO PERSONS WHO DERIVED CITIZENSHIP THROUGH PARENTAGE OR MARRIAGE, 
BY ailJNTRV OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR DERIVEDl 
YEAR ENDED JUNE 30. 1961 



Country or region 
of birth 



Total 



Year derived 



1940- nan- Before 
iqil |l939 I 1930 



Al 1 countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Oenmaric 

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) 

Yugo s 1 av 1 a 

Other Europe 

Asia 

China \J 

Honq Kong 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Israel 

Japan 

Jordan 2/ 

Ko re a 

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 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Austral la 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 



17.661 



13.726 



674 
147 
31? 
109 

R2 
314 
4,392 
264 
279 
196 
2,086 

90 
100 
419 
Vib 
736 

92 
153 

37 
234 

90 

79 

1,432 

946 

177 

130 

H21 



166 

75 

22 

6 

20 

170 

141 
4', 
17 
35 

120 
53 

?.745 



1,952 
295 
161 
200 
129 
9 

172 



Xj Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



126 



27 
24 
42 
33 



1.04': 



4.152 



1.208 



1.479 



3.147 



133 



55 

10 

10 

2 

3 

42 

175 

14 

1 

4 

156 

1 



205 

49 

39 

24 

26 

95 

,515 

92 

15 

18 

483 

3 

1 

140 

28 

18 

27 

5 

8 

28 

24 

3 

259 

6 

25 

12 

294 



395 
11 

5 

11 

100 



101 



289 
3 



22 
5 

16 
1 

5 

16 

4 

2 

59 

6 

8 

21 



51 
14 
17 

6 

4 
19 
392 
14 
15 
11 
'A 
12 

8 
31 

2 
27 

1 
11 

11 
3 
5 
67 
17 
20 
10 



31 

5 
11 

5 

1 

14 

369 

4 
14 

3 
46 
22 
31 
38 

5 



15 
7 
7 

15 

120 

8 

4 

1 

20 
5 

12 
1 

21 
1 
3 
2 
4 

11 
1 

60 
5 



-li_ 



18 
3 

20 
1 
1 

17 

94 
9 
B 
6 

89 
1 

3 
4 
18 

6 
1 
4 

1 
1 

45 



130 



593 



422 
35 
55 
41 
40 



_12. 



149 

16 
23 

16 
7 



79 

7 
2 



^SL 



13 
2 

5 
1 



II 
1 

6 
2 
1 



115 

17 

9 

12 

7 



92 



CERTIFiCATEb OF CITIZENSHIP GRANTtn TO l'EHliGNS WHO ACmilRED CIT IZENSHII' AT RIHTH ARROAn, 
BY Ct'UNTHY OR REGION OF niRTH ANn YEAR AOJllIRED: 
YEAR ENOED JUNE 30, 1961 



Country or region 
of birth 



Year acquired 



l^bO 



1940- 
1949 



1930- 
1939 



Before 
1930 



Ai 1 countries 

Europe 

Austria 

Belgium 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Lithuania 

Netherlands 

No rway 

Poland 

Portuga 1 

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 

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 

Morocco 

Union of South Africa 

United Arab Republic 

Other Africa 

Oceania 

Australia 

New Zealand 

Other Oceania 

Other countries 

JJ, Includes Formosa. 

2/ Includes Arab Palestine. 



13,2*31 



7.027 



9? 

17 

31 

9 

13 

b33 

3,151 

169 

14 

80 

1,326 



14 

42 

97 

305 

63 

16 
13 
46 
914 
7 
35 
17 

2,240 



470 

37 

27 

8 

10 

20 

1,067 

18 

22 

38 

335 

188 

3.581 



1,514 

1,715 

108 

109 

134 

1 

UL 



1,0H0 



1.041 



2,284 



772 



12 



2 

1 

62 

282 

1 

15 



? 

1 

102 
444 

1 

1 
20 



1 
106 
482 



1 
150 



2 

9 

119 



213 



76 
494 



2 

? 

9 

8 

I 

5 

125 



207 



1 

53 

33? 



34 
254 



20 
154 



12 
106 



183 



140 
2 



22 
6 
6 
1 
1 

23 
279 

29 
2 

19 
165 

1 

1 

5 

22 

32 

1 

6 

3 

2 

1 

132 



1,318 



1 

3 

159 

4 

2 

14 

21 



101 
13 

5 

1 

2 
1 

119 
1 
5 
8 

123 
15 

1.017 



24 2 
671 



15 



35 



18 



10 



2 
19 

a 

13 

31 

110 

8 

41 

820 



U 
50 
110 
3 
4 
5 
5 



179 

14 

9 

2 

2 

10 

22 

10 

18 
32 



399 

505 
3b 
22 
21 



1.639 



511 



6 

3 

2 

12 

12 

23 

4 

17 

208 



20 

13 

116 

1 

2 

5 

1 

5 

40 



148 

1 

6 
1 
1 
3 



8 
33 

6 

874 



620 

195 

28 

14 

17 



17 
2 



10 
3 

5 
1 

1 



93 







1/ 


lA 


rH 


oj J- i\J 


0-> rH 


OJ rH f\J CO rH 


OJ 


rH 


^ 


J 


r t^ 


J- lA J- 


1 




r-i 


[^ 


fA 






J- 










ON j- 








7a 




rH l>- 




■~o 










T-\ 










co -J- 








J- 




r-t 




o\ 




































(— ( 


N- 


















r-T 


















o 


rA 


lAJ 


INJ o 




N~N 1 


J- lA 1 O <^J 


I> 


AJ 





lA J- 




1 ^D ^ 




o 


t> 


VO 






ON 




•H 




rH ';0 






AJ 


J- 




<^J 




■•D 


f\ 


















C^ -H 












rH 




0^ 




































rH 


r\ 


















^ 


















oc 


rH 


u^ 


rv J- lA 


ru j- 


~ 


rH f\J rH 





r-\ 


rH 


lA lA 


r-i rA lA 1 




ON 


C 


O- 






VD 










f\J rH 


rH 




r-K 


VD 




OJ 




lA 


f\ 


















[N rH 












rH 




ON 




































r-i 


rv 


















r-K 


















cc 


rvj 


f\J 


J- ON r\j 


CO .-H 


ir\ ON rH (AJ j- 


ON 


, 


M3 


rH 


(NJ lA (M kO i 




OO 


oc 


lA 






V£l 










OvO 






A) 


00 f-K 




-4- 




tPv 


>^ 


















c^j- 












r-1 




ON 




































rH 


rv 


















rH 


















oc 


J- 


vD 


r\J lA^D 


O u-^ 


ON r^ 1 (D -d- 


lA 


rA 





CO J- 


J- IN t\J lA 1 




(N 


-i* 


O' 






J- 




rH 


rH O ^D 


1\1 




rA 


J- rH 




lA rH 




in 


a 


















rA 








rH 




rH 




On 




































rH 


f\ 


















rH rH 


















IS- 


rA 


cO 


CO v£) O 


r^ j- 


O CO rH rA ON 


>X> 


1 


-d- 


OD ON 


0- 00 lAOO 




VD 


tf 


vo 






vD tA 


rH 


fA vO rH 


r\J 




rA 


rH 


rH lA-J- 




lA 


o 


rH 
















r^v vD 








AJ 




OJ 




ON 




































rH 


rr 


















H rH 


















,_ 


^ 


lA 


~; 


OO C^ 


rH 1 


O H r^ lA o 


ON 


t\j 


^J3 


lA IM 


r-t AJ lA ON 




lA 


CN 


O 


rH 




v£) 




rH 


t-A M ^0 f~\ 


rH 




rH 


1>- 


rH rH 00 lA 




lA 


IS 


rH 
















vo 








rH 




rA 


CO 


ON 


































< 

s 


r-i 


J 


















rTrvT 
















-^ 


rA 


J- 


J 


OvO 


MD [>- 


r^ f\j OJ J- o- 


lA 


rvj 


^-^ 


f\l vo 


v£» r-i lAOO 1 


>* 


J- 


oc 


CO 


r-t 




rA 




rH 




CN- cr. 


r-l 




r-\ 


tA 




lA 


m 


S^ 


c 


















^ 00 












OJ 


[0.H 


rH 


rv 
































1 


vc 


(N 


r- 


J- vO rA 


fNJ f\J 


EN O LA (\jO 


ON 


rH 


f\J 


VD rH 


lA CN- ON rA 1 




^ rH 


re 


VD 


lA 


1\J CN-VD 


OC 


ru 


C^ -:t rH r\JCO 





rH 


VO 


ON lA 


J- J- rvJ 1 


S^* 


'X: 


>D 






lA 










00 


r-\ 




rH 


r-^ 




kD '--{ 


1 


M rH 


r\ 


\ 
















^':^' 








r-i 




>-{ 









































Oj- 






































M lA 




































EH c^ 




































<rH 




































M ^ 




































^^O 




































<i;r<\ 




































« 




































Eh Z 










• 
























































2 hi 
























TJ 










































ma 








p 
















0) 
















^ 




^ 




10 










d 








o w 
























4-J 


























rH 



















feo 








o 


in 








0) 






■H 




10 












ip 




C^H 




10 
p 


0) 








■H 

-p 








w§ 










0) 






+- 


+J 






n 




ID 












0) 




0) 




c 


j3 








to 
















w 


P T3 




t 






0) 






10 












rH 




rH 






P 








w 








O to 








0) 


10 H 




oj :: 


C5 




-c; 


0) 




10 












X3 




XI 




Q 






QJ 




■H 








»-H re 








l-i 


4J rH 




M c 


■iH 




+j 


ja 




<1> 








d 




■H 


-0 


■H 


T3 




tp 




X3 




rH 








EH < 








P.CO « 




10 L 








4-> 




c 






0) 




U) 


§ 


bO 


S 


t3 







+J 




CO 








M W 








■H 


> 




3 


OJ 




c 






p 


llO 




« 




■H 


■H 


d 










u 








EHlx 








o 


TJ 




bO 1 


o 




■H 


o 




•H 


d 




■H 




rH 




rH 




3 


P 









3 








M 








c 


4) 10 




§f 


c: 






+J 






■H 




p 




OJ 


c 


0) 


c 


ip 


d 




P 




+J 








». 






■H 


p 




<D 




0) 








P 




•H 




d 





H 







CJ 








a 














(h (h 


■H 0) 




rH 


tJ 




O 


Pi 




l+H 


■H 









■H 


■H 


■H 


■rt 


0) 






OJ 
















(U p4 


C r-l 




t*- 


•r( 




a 


o 







Ci 




d 






4-» 




-P 


x: 


2 

















• 






■p 


CD -H 




x: c 


to 




0) 


•H 






3 









P 


nJ 


+J 


10 


p 


u 




d 




rH 








0^ 






u 0; 


iM 




w 


a> 




to 


to 




10 


■a 




a 







u 





u 




OJ 


cO 




n 








J- 






m j:; 


O 




■H C 


u 




«u 


to 




P 


§ 








d 


tiO 


c 


do 


lr^ 


> 


bO-H 




•H 














ti H-> 


^ -a 




rH C 






^. 


•d 




•H 




u 






-H 












d M 













a 






lO 


" 9 




hO-r- 


n 




p. 


J 




> 


XI 









w 




to 


s 




bO 


-H a> 




OJ 












J3 O 




C! +- 


3 






-S 




10 










•H 




■H 




tiD 




T3 rH 




ft 








§ 






O -P 


o 




W t- 


o 




r-i 


tC 




•a 


d 




UJ 






M 




M 


d 


i*-i 


§^ 




to 














P Q) 




-r 


3 




tB 






■H 


s 




bO 




OJ 




<a 




^ 















EH 






rH 4J 


a ro 




0) t: 


a 




u 


rH 




ItH 







m 




x; 


(U 


s:. 


0) 




H-> 




u 














10 C 




X tr 


-H 




•H 


:3 




<M 






d 






A 




X! 


§ 


a 


10 <M 




OJ 














U il 


O R 




■P r 


-p 




in 


tH 




nj 


10 




u 




-p 


4J 


+j 


p 


u 


p 




13 














o a 


■H 




L. 


c:: 




>^ 


S 










■H 




10 




nj 




p 





3 




d 














B x: 


P O 




,— ^ -^ 


o 






03 




■0 


^ 




rH 




x! 


v. 


X 


<IH 


to 


<M 


x: 




3 














o 


'H P 




Q> -r- 


-> o 




ft 


rH 




0) 


ii> 




10 




P 





4-» 





^ 




p 


















13 05 


V) 




^J 












ti 


d 














HI 


-a 


10 10 




U} 














O -P 


O p 




■H a 


x; 




X 


x: 




■H 







ja 


10 Xj 


fA 


x: 


lA 


•0 


s 


•H 




p 














O 4J 


P. c 




t-( X 


U) 




to 


to 




3 


■H 




to 


0) 10 


r-\ 


to 


r-\ 








□ 














60 ni 


m 0) 

■H P 




s +- 


■ri 
rH 




■H 

rH 


■H 

rH 


a 
c 


cr p 

0) '-N .H 




•H 
rH 


P -H 
10 rH 


fA 


rH 


rA 


3 


to 


t>s OJ 
•P j3 




OJ 

e 














xi si 


tJ id 




•■ c 


43 




43 


J3 


c 


t. >> p 




X) 


-P XI 


C 


J3 




■« 


<u 


•H P 




OJ 














(0 n 


ft 




TJ -r 


(0 




OJ 


0] 


d 


>> P. 


10 


«3 lO 





to 





s 


rH 


rH 




ii 














■H -H 


m E 




(0 X 


+J 




4-> 


4-> 


t: 


d p 


p 


■H 


+J 


■H 


ft 


■H OJ 




•H 














rH rH 


r-i O 




0) 4- 


to 




to 


to 


•r- 


43 e 


to 


T3 to 


■P 


to 


p 




•rt 


10 tS 




3 














XI J3 


d O 




U -r 


QJ 




0) 


<U 


If 


■H 


•rl 0) 


J) a) 





0) 


> 


ID 







T 














rt 18 


!0 C 




--^ 3 










a 


■0 P H 


P> 


p 


0) 




lU 


hO 


C * 


P P 




0) 














■P +J 


t. H 






O 




o 


O 


t- 


0) 10 


■H 


■H 


to 





10 


■a 


■H 


L< 




Li 














u) m 


O 




1^% 


+J 




+J 


+J 




p 0) 13 


+> +i 


d p 




+> 




u 


^t . 

















rH 




0) lU 


> >-> 














(-t p OJ 


<1> 





^ 




u 


rH 


ft 


ft P 




P 










ca 






ffl .H 




(D a 


13 




13 


TJ 


c 


c 


ftTI 


■0 


a> 


TJ 


lU 


3 









a> 










■H 




o o 


i« ,H 




p* t: 


(U 




(1) 


1) 


0. 


i^r-\ ^ O) 


OJ OJ 


T! 





■a • 





<U ■ 


13 OJ 












C 




4-» *i 


10 




W -r 


rH 




^ 


rH 


c 


p< tO H CI a rH 


x: r-i 


c 


rH 


d • 


d 


X! • 


rH 






T3 






v 






■a u) 




If 


■H 




■H 


■H 




3 ^t 10 <D -rl 


p> H 


3 -H 


3 Jii 


4J « 


■P fl 






QJ 






■a 


t 


■a -o 


§41 




4-> a 


m 




(d 


rtJ 




WO -H t^ lO 


lO 


V OJ 


p 




lO 




p 


10 








a 


0) 0) 




o \- 


(^ 




M <*-^ 


u 


p P 13 i*H 


<M IfH 


d tM 


d to 
< .2 


T) d 







10 






u 


f 


rH rH 






n 




tf 


to 


a 


P - S A 





<< 


d to ho 3 


to 


g • 


0) 






o 


E 


•H -H 


a 10 




c +- 


to 


a 


10 0) to 




li 10 c -P W 


10 


•H W 


■H 


ci 0) a 


01 


c • 







(H 




10 10 


O (0 




S c 


CO 


4- 


^ nj x: 




a c 0) -H 10 


!>. «! 


4-> >i eg 


P >> 10 


+J -H to 


p 


10 4J to 
10 -o d 






e: 


<M <M 


■rl 3 




CJ c 


x: 


rt 


t- 


to 10 3 XJ 


p x; 


CO P rH 


>. (0 XJ H 


10 




a 






■p 










p 


c 


W H 10 


•H 


M -H 


N H 


^^ -p d 


p 


d 




o 




t. U 


3 L. 


c 


tH (- 


tH 


cy" 


u ^n u 


(4- 


•H P » tj t. ti 


rH t^ 


■H H f-i 


' 1 rH ^1 


CH H ^. 


to 


ti ti 10 




Ul 


(t 


0) 0) 


P 0) 


c 


0) a 


<1> 




(U OJ 




■H ft 4) Q) 


10 OJ 


rH ni 


rH 10 0) 


4-> V) 0) 




(U H OJ 10 




« 


+■ 


d □ 


■H a 


■r 


fl c 


d 


X 


Ci T3 fl 


tr 


c to a c d 


d a 


tti fl a 


10 d d 


to -rJ d 


T) 


d (0 d tu 




(U 


c 


o o 


P o 


P 


o c 


o 


a 


O 0) o 


a 


■" 





^H 


ti 


■H a; rH 
x: +J nJ -H 


OJ 


H (h 




« 


E- 


•H H 


m H 




•H r 


■H 


4- 


■H +J -H 




■H ft H -H -H 


■H -H 


:3 H H 


3 H -H 


p 


■H > -H 








+J -P 


C P 


4- 


■»-> +- 


+J 




■P rH ^-> 


rt 


p> OJ p P P 


p p 


4-> 4-> +i 


P P p 


■H d H-> 


a 


P P En 








■H H 


O H 


a 


■H r 


■H 


_C 


■H a H 




•H -CJ H ^ -H -H 


lO H 


nJ 0) -rl 


10 10 -H 


^M d 'H -H 


■H tn -rl (U 








P p 


tj p 


e 


Ih V +- 


-P 




+J ^ 4-> 


cr 


p ■ — p +J P 


d p 


CI s +» 


d s -p 


3 tM +J 


rD 


p ft p x: 








OJ lU 


0) 




a> (L 


d) 




V 0) 




tU 0) 10 HJ 0) 


m 


V 


ID 







OJ OJ P 








p. 


f^ 


a. 




0- 


a 


CU 




0. 


A* 




111 


a 




C 


Hi 




Oi 




^ 




04 




< 


IXi 




11. 


ft 





I 



94 



CO 

o 
s 

& 
o 

K 
C3 

pq 



u so 

W ON 
O iH 

> 



s 



<\J 
2; IT, 

O ON 
EH 

< - 

N O 



o B 

< 

O g 

H 

CO 

< ■< 
O M 

t^ 

m 
w 
o 



o 



9 



>-{ 


J- 


.H 1 


tA 


^ 


J- 


J- 




rH 










O 


J- 


O 1 


J- 


^ 


CM 
i-H 


rH 




rH 










ON 


J- 


ON 1 


lA 


u-\ 


U-^ 


J- 




ON 


rH 


r-l 




i-l 










CX3 


■■£> 


OO rH 


[>- 


lA 


o- 


■D 




ON 


rH 


r-i 




M 










CN- 


ON 


O tA 


VD 


lA 


VD 


NO 




ON 


Al 


f\J 




iH 










VD 


CO 


vO ^ 


CO 


tA 


OO 


t>- 




ON 


fM 


OJ 




rH 










lA 


[N 


^. (M 


CO 


s^ 


ON 
.-H 


IN rH 
rH 




H 










J- 


lA 


O lA 


O 


so 


^3 


lA 


rH 


ON 


rH 


r-i 




1-1 










rA 


IT 


t> MD 


AJ 


lA 


K- 


(M 




ON 


r<^ 


lA 




iH 










(M 


ON 


lA 1 


J- 


lA 


c>. 


[N- 




ON 


<\i 


f\J 




r-t 










1 


l-i 


lA rH 


O- 


lAvO 


tA 


J- 


rA 


lA 


ON ON 


o 


ON 




<-i r-i 






^ 






rvj 


rH 








<U 










O 










C 










11) 










-d 










•H m 










m I-, 










d) td 










tl 0) 










>. c 










■4J c 




10 






rt 0) -r- 




T3 






(1) > -1- 




C 




u 






3 
O 




CD 


e T- 




(h 




Xi 


ti c .- 




M 




B 


<U -H CC 








3 


Cl,J3 t- 




ra 


U) 


C 


+j = 




3 


•o 




■a -H 4- 




o 


c 


M 


11) 3 ": 


0) 


0) 


3 


nj 


J3 c 


> 


c 


p 


■p 


0) -o 


•H 


ra 


u 


O 


•H nj t- 


10 


rH 


o 


Eh 


rH o a 


fc, 


rH 






S^ U +■ 


0) 


<1) 






ai x> <*- 


t> 


O 






+> a! <t 


X) 


0) 






ra 


3 


■H 






W 


'O 


2: 



95 





^-* 


o> 


O -H O 


o^ a> O CM CM 


1 00 




<£> 


^o 


o^ in ^ 


O 00 C> --l >o 


CO 




O^ 


vO 


CM -< ^0 


CM -1 












^^ 


* 


























CO 


--H — 


4 


















O 


r~ 


cj^ CM in 


CM ■<>■ in n r~ 


( o 




vD 


i^ 


n -£> CM 


o c^ 00 


in 


^4 




O 


n 


CM c^ sD 


CM --I 












^^ 


CO 


■^ 




















O 


CM 


CM (^ n 


'-I 00 ^» n CO 


1 vO 




If) 


^-* 


a> -1 00 


r^ 00 M3 -1 r- 






O^ 


o 


c> o n 


^-4 ^4 












^H 


^ 






► 




















CM 




--1 


















CO 


00 


00 CM in 


03 CO o in in r- lO 1 




if) 


O 


1 


O vO 


1- -1 on 11 CM 






a< 


o 


r- 


If) in 


n CM CM 


'-^ 






.—1 




•t •> 




















in 


'~* 


CM 


















r^ 


■^ 


in n so 


r) o CD '-f ^o CO o 1 




in 


-o 


^H 


CM -1 


CM in la- nO ■» 


r-- 




a- 


in 


in CM vo 


%r CM CM 


rH 






»-i 




A •• 




















in 


-H 


C\ 




















<£> 


r- 


-O vO c> 


s£) r- r^ o CM 


1 in 




in 


CO 


n 


r- 


OJ 


in vD CO o ^4 






a> 


o 


■» 


r- 


00 


n - 


CM 


t-l 




•• 


^H 




















iS 




•^ 


"^ 


r— 


















"Z, 


























in 


CM 


r- 


f 


--t 


c^ --* CO o^ ^ CM CO 1 


IX. ^-1 


in 


O 


n 


MD -a- 


^ CO CO CO 00 




o ^ 


o 


CM 


cv 


O 


CO 


CM CO CM -• 






0^ 


>-H 


• 


• 


















>- -1 




'T 


-H 


^- 


















m 


























^ 


























Q OJ 


T 


00 


CN 


I^ 


M 


vO in o -^ <3- 


vO 


UJ iT) 


in 


CO 


Cv 


in •^ 


C^ CM CM CO CO 




H O 


0^ 


o 


CM 


in in 


<o ■<J 


CM ^ ^ 




< -1 


^-* 


• 


» «t «. 
















n 




-£) 


OJ 


— 


r-H 
















Cd •■ 


























h- o 
< ro 
a, 


























n 


O 


^ 


r- 


r- 


o 00 CM in r- 


CO 


X Ul 


in 


in 


if) 


in r~ 


o o^ in -TO 




LU z 


<> 


CO 


vC 


VO ^o 


[^ 


CO -1 








3 


^H 


« 


•t » *. 
















t/) 1-) 




00 


CM 


CM 


— ( 
















■z. 


























O Q 
CO UJ 
a. Q 


























CN 


in 


>0 


f-i 


CM 


c 


vO CO Ov vO 


CM 


uu z 


in 


nO 


oc 


'H 


CM 


i^ 


c^ 


CM in in 




Q. UJ 


t> 


CM 


-H 


r- 


>o 


00 '-' 


^4 










-H 




•t 


















(/) 




CO 


^H 




















• cr: 


























.-I < 


























l/l UJ 


1 


OJ 


<& 


<y 


^^ 


■^ 


•^ 


^ 


o — 1 CM r~ 1 


>- 


(N -H 


r- 


f-^ 


o 


CM 


[^ 


o- 


ch CO CM -H in 1 


UJ 


in sD 


^-K 


ifl 


r~ 


CO 


f- 


•^ 


vo in o 


>~* 


_J 


o^ o 


» 


•>•>*■ 


•■ •• •■ 








oa 


^ ^ 


c^ 


iT 


in CO 


<r 


CM 


^ 










< 




•<i 


^H 


^^ 


















t-t 
































C 




























o 












E 
















•H 












5 T3 


M 














♦J 












IH 0> 


0) 














u 












•^^ g 


•o 














41 




01 






ITJ 


c 














^^ 




4-' 


•o 






>~ ra 


3 














01 




n) 


0) 




c 

• H 


Sc 


U) 


Ul 












rH 




tn 






nj .H 


0) 


u 












n 


a 




™ 




OJ 




.,-1 


t( 












o 


+J 


c 


a 


> 


o 


en 0) 


+J 


o 












■ rH 


ra 


Ol 


01 4J 


+-< 


c 


c o 


3 


1*H 












♦J 


+J 


.H 


j: It 


•H 


nj 


•H -H 


•o 














•rH 


Ul 


u 


+j +j 


r^ 




c > 




T3 












r-4 




Ih 


Ul 


H) 


Di 


•M ^^ 


at 


01 












o 


c 


o 


c 


c 


01 


nj 01 


c 


1 












a 


a 


r\ 1*- 


•rt c 


o 


^ 


E u) 


• H 














•H 




o 


n .H 


^H 


0) 


1 


UJ 












c 


a 


™ 


0>-H 


+J 


™ 


^H T3 














CTi 


h 




C <ii 


ITJ 




•H 


o 


01 










M 


■rt 


o 


C 


■ri h 


c 


l4-t 


1-. o 


<*^ 01 


JZ 










01 


0) 


i+H 


• rH 


> O 




o 


o > 


h -tJ 


4J 










XI 


)-> o; 






M >*- 


14-1 


OJ 


ID 


0) UJ 














O +J 


™ 


c 


Q) 


o 


j: +J 


5 o 


a -fj 


g 








3 


l+H -H 




o 


U) m 




4-» n 


Ul 


U) 




(A 


c 


iJ 


c 


•r-t 




c 


UJ +-I 


U ■!-> 


ki 


U 


•o 




■D 




(0 tfl 




+J 


t-, >»■ 


o 


O U) 


**A 


o c 


«44 


c 




c 


^H 


•H 




(0 


o o 


•r-l 




t 


o 


^ 


3 




3 


n 


C JQ 


a 


N 




+J 


c c 


oco 


Oi-rt 


c 


o 




o 


♦J 


■H 01 


u 


• rl 


O) Ul 


n) 


nj D 


1 C . Ul 


C OJ 


c 


»4 




IH 


o 


f-\ 


c 


^^ 


C OJ 


•iH 


• iH 


•H o OJ 


•H ^ 




Oi 




o 


M 


o> c 


L 0) 


(t) 


.rl U 


u 


cr> 01 


+J u 


4-1 O 


4-> 










c 


■c 


^ 


l-i ^^ 


c 


C ^1 


M 0) ^ 


D.!*^ 


[-« 


H 








•H »1 


• H 


9 


(U o 


: 


■ H o 


ID jC O 


01 


0) 


01 








■4J O 


<^ 


•»J 


+J •♦. 


c 


j< in 


a *-> M-i 


o n) 


U) 


x: 








o 


o 


UJ 


c 


<u 


IT) 


OJ 


o 


0> 


*> 








> 


oe 


z 


ai 


cc 


1— 


Q 


< 


Q 


O 


1 



96 





rH 


CT. 




(M 


r^ 




1 


rH 


rH 


. 


f\J 






« 


On 













C> 










rH 



























C^ 




rA 


CO 




1 


J^ 


, 


1 


J- 




* 


lA 

J- 






J- 

















rH 

















































u") 


lA 




rH 


00 




1 


^ 


1 


j 


r\J 







kD 






J- 






r-\ 










■"* 


J- 






KN 






r-{ 




























\ 






CO 


rH 




, 


r^ 




, 


rA 


, 


"u»s 


1 




^ 


LA 













-A 










rH 
























[>. 


CO 




1 


cr^ 




1 


o\ 


, 





1 




Lr> 


LA 






J- 


















c^ 


C^ 






lA 






rH 




t-i 






rH 
























'■D 


CO 




t 


OJ 




1 


rH 


1 


rA 


r\J 




lA 


ON 






lA 






<\J 




<\J 






oJ 


0- 






LA 






•-^ 




rH 






rH 
























lA 


f-i 




1 


M3 




c 


a> 


1 


to 


f~\ 




lA 

ON 


LA 

00 






rH 






lA 
AJ 




rH 






rH 






















• • r-H 




LA 




f\J 







OJ 


rH 





1 


1 


Eh rH 


-4- 

6^ 


00 

CO 




J- 


J- 

c\J 




rH 


rA 


fM 




=i 


H 


OJ 














A 






h-i 1 
























•4; ixS 


rA 


ON 
ON 





0- 


00 




IM 


J- 1 
fA rA 


1 


0. ON 


lA 


OJ 




f\J 


J- 




H 




rt> 




H- 


ON 
nH 


rvj 














■H 




gS^ 




v£) 




r^ 


OD 







» 


■vD 


, 


lA 





f\J 







> 


!>- 




vO 




iH 






sa 


S^ 


-d- 




rH 


!>. 




rH 




tA 




f.i E 


rH 


rH 




















a. t-D 



























1 


On 




UN tA 




J- 


^ 


J- 


rA 


•~o 


'^J Q 


OJ rH 


rA 




vO 


f\J 




J- 


H 





•-\ 


lA ^ 


lAvD 


ON 




J- 


lA 




rA a. 


u-- J- 




(.1 


ON ON 


















9.0 


^ rH 




<H 






J- 






rH 


"-v 




m c-K 
























■a: - 1: 
























H (5 
























bH 


































, 








CO 


. 
























•a - 














OJ - 




JU • 


j3 






•H S rH 


to j- 












jH to 




bOtJ 


t>0 






■D lA 












+J 0) 




3 0) 13 


3 








>i -P ON 












■4-i 




-p OJ 









bO >> -P 


XI -H rH 












C CO 
■H -P 


n 


5 -rl C 


^ 






a rH 10 
+j -p & 




p. to •■ 












CO 


<M 


+J ^t (1) 


p to 


0) 


CD 


•H -H 












bO 


n 


■p a 


(U 


JiJ 


Si 


M 3 


x; XI i\j 












Cl T3 




Ph n] rt 


p. M) 


p 


p 


> < 


to CD 

d rH >i 












■H <D 




•H p. 


■H n1 




4- 


a 












>■ ^-J 





Xi Hi 10 


J3 -H 


<tH 


<M t 


J3 H >M 


(D Ph rH 












U -H 


01 


Ul tn (U 


10 t. 





-3 


bO 


1^ 3 












0) C 


tn 


C 


fl ti 






3 dj 


•H t< '-0 












W tD 




<U (U * 


OJ CO 




•-^ > 


-. +J J- 


-P 














;h 


N ^1 ^D 


M e 


43 


• +- 


Ih -H rH 




•H ■« 












>1 d) 


01 


•rH (U fA 


■H 




■^ — ' -r 


J3 rH 




CO 












Xi Xi 


73 


+J 3 On 


p <u 


[> 


J- r- 


( p m 




a 












4-J 


c 


•H rH 


■H 10 


rH C 


(\J 


! H • 




p -p 












(^ 


3 








rA.^ 


^A c 


• P, XI rj 




CO H 












■H *« 




• ^ - 


^ 


N C 


■H CD • 




P < 












XI 


t3 


J-> S lA 


-p 3 


• r- 




< XI rH (1- 




rH CJ ^ 












(0 


2S 


10 (\J 


CO 





-t- 


> CO Pi 


CD 












d 10 


-a 


T3 


<u ■<- 


i 0) a 


i c u 


rH q 

Xt CD CO 












(U OJ 


nj 


N rH c: 01 


rH C 


CO C 


> CO z 


01 u 01 










U 


t^ H 


■H <- 


< « c 


a! 






NOT* 


a p- 










<u 


■H rH 


Lh 


:i 





t< + 


> fci -c 


) H C 


d J5 










^ 


■•J H 


+J ^4- 


4 ^ U) ^ 


x; 10 


<u <. 


) (D C 


- P C 3 


CO tfl ►!> 










B 


■H HJ 


(0 c 


) 3 C 


3 G 


t3 < 


•a 


S -H 


■^ " _ 










z 





P, 


0) <M 


ID 


B 


B 


-H 13 


CD -H X) 










c 


Vi 


0) + 


J G -H 


C H 


d > 


-) 3 t 


1 P CD 


« +J CD 












+J 


^ c 


J 0) rH 


0) rH 


+ 


3 C 


J p 4-> 


■H -H -H 










r-l 


10 


• ■ 


: E nl -p 


B c« 


■a r 


H T) r 


4 CO <D CO 


-P rH P< 










tc 


W 


OJ 








01 r- 


H OJ 4- 


^ rH H 


• -H 3 










•4- 


rH OJ 


u t 


-. 3 rC 


3 •■ 


P CI 


3 4-> 


a rH CD t. 


> ft 








c 





0) + 


J p 


*3 -O 


CO C 


i CO t 


-« P 


: . G 8 








F-1 


U 


S T 


H G QJ 


a 01 


■H C 


) -H t 


rH CO 


3 




W 




-C 




H ^ 0) ji: 


^^ OJ P 


t< r 


^ U r 


H XI CO P. 


• to -H 


to 




w 




5 ^M 


"e 


a to -p 


M ro 


P + 


t; E 


3 » CD 


• ■ c 


r-^ 




m 






^ E 


3 ,D nj 


j3 n c 


to CI 


a CO E 


a -ri U 


. t=> bO-H 






rH 




ifi T3 


? c 


5 1 H l-( 


1 H -H 


0.:: 


: 0.H 


H to -P 


G 


tu 









d cu 




H (i> U 01 


01 ti E 


01 


Cl) 


a H 4J r- 


Jh -H T) 


-p 








n 


■d'-i 


J > ti -0 


> ti tn 


K 


M 


rH ti ir 


^ S "^ '"' 


t6 








(/) ^( 


S^ 


-H n) C 


■H ni (y 






to CD 


N B CD 


> 








;h nj 


: -p E3 3 


p Q P 






t, P. 3 r- 


1 (h > XI 


•H 








QJ 




nJ 


J? 






ID 





U 








a. 




s 








CL. 




Cu 


P- 





P4 
CD 



> 

01 
U 

P. 



>. 



97 









iH 


o 


rH 


O 


rA 


o. 


rH 


O VD 


00 




-^ 


ON rH J- 


LA 


LA 


AC 


CO 


LA rf 


\ 




rH 




CO 


4- rH N> 


o 


0^ 


[> rH rH 


s 


OO 


>XI r- 


fM 


C^ 


fM LA CN 


On 00 






^ 




o 


lA (M 


fO 


lA 


rA fM 


rA t-1 


rH 






lA 


LAC 


lA 


rH rH 










•• 


















^ 












M 




iaI 


r\J 




fM 


fM 












LA 
ON 


Cv-cc 
l> rJ 


fM 


fM 










fA 


t>. a^ [> 


r-\ 


ON 


O OO rH 


o 


J- 


t> rH V£ 


r-{ 


A 


A 1 


J- 


r-^ rc^ 


\ 




o 




!>- 


in o 


fM 


I o 


O aj 


o 


OO 


LA A 


fM 


CO 


00 


Ov 


fM CN 






"^ 




O- 


lA (M 


rA LA 


J- rH 


rA rH 


nA 






f-i 


r^ 


ON 


-O H 






On 






























•• 






rH 




<\l 


(\I 




(M 


Al 












ON 

rA 


ON 

rA 


iH 


i--\ 










rH 


rA (M -ii 


J- 


o'oN O rH 


OO 


rH 


J- fM LA VO 


rA 


rA O 


ON 


lAvD 






a^ 




VO 


X) ro LP 


rH 


J- 1 0\ fM fM 


ON Al 


» ^A r- 




ON 


ONO 


t-\ 


O-Ht- 






iC" 




O- 


^ fM 


r^ 


LA^ 


fM AJ 


f\J 


r\J 


rH 






ON 


[^ A 


o- 


A rH 






cr\ 
























•■ 












rH 




rj 


r>J 




"I 


CM 












vO 

rA 


NO 

rA 


r-\ 


,-i 










yo 


v£) J- yD 


ON CO 


X) rH ON O 


CO 


CO rA C^ ON 


LA 


LA O 


O 


O K- 


\ 




oo 




r-i 


f\J rH I> 


O^ 


CO 


J- rH f\| 


^D 


fM 


r^ -d- 


rA 


O 


LA A O 


^ re 


\ 




ir\ 




r-\ 


C^. K> 


r^ 


OO 


LA rA rA fM 


rH 






AJ 


rH O 


IN-KD 






a\ 


























. > H , 




• • 


jH 




rA 


(M 




(M 


fM 












-^ 


fM (\ 


rH 


rH 




to 


























J- 


-:»■ 








t-i 






UA 


[> O CO 


fM 


rH 


1>-J- O 


^ 


J- 


Q NOOO 
ON IT 


^ 




fM 


fM O 


s 


X>- 1> 




t^ 


1^^ 




9^ 


rH n i/s 


r~A 


A 


fM fM O 


LA LTN 


\ v£ 




NO 


VO O 


rH r<~ 


\ 


a 


K> 




A f^ 


LA ^ 


rA fA ^ 


fM 


rH 






vO 


CO 00 


iT) 


J- H 




c^ 
























^ 




•• 






o 


fH 




f\J 


rvj 




r\l 


fM 












rA 


fM 


f— 1 


rH 




> 


























rA 


fA 








>1 






iH 


J- LP\ rvj 


C 


f-i 


O vD ON fA O 


X) ON rA NO 


fM 


fM O 


ON 


rH CO 




E-1 


vfl 




ru 


fM r\j 1> 


ITi ^O 


J- rH ON 00 


MD 


!>- C^ EN 


g- 


O- CD VO 


ON o 




M 


to 




O 


^ M> 


-a- 


A 


fM fM 


lA -4- 


rA 






ON 


O O 


\ ^ 


rA f\ 




fA 


o\ 




























» *> 






< 


rH 




J- 


K\ 




LA 


rA 












LA 


Cv-CO 


r^ 


rH 




Z 


























^ 


rA 








O H 


































,^_ 


M VO 




































tH C^ 






rH 


lTv O f\J 


IM 


LA 


fM J- ON Q 


VO 


[>vO rA fM 


O- 


rH v_C 


A 


^ <y 




<: r-{ 


lA 




CO 


LA-* oo 


j- 


fM 


[>- rA rH 


■O 


LA 


JO vfl 


OO 


r-t 


ON A 


^ 


IM rH 




z 


lA 




ON 


fA LA 0^ J- 


30 LA (30 


LA 


^ 






fM 


ON O, 


-* 


H r^ 


N 




0^ 




* 


























•• 




o 


iH 




o 


O 




o' 


ON 












J- 


fM rH 


rA 


rA 




2 (\J 






rH 


rH 




rH 














l>- 


O- 








ON 






O 


rH ir\-^ 


r-i 


VD 


rH rA A 


rH 


J- 


O rj f\ 


O 


rA 


OVC 


[> 


LTN A 




Z rH 


J- 




-JD 


l>- lA lA VD 


rA 


O rA O 


LA fM 


l>- ^ LA rH 


O 


l>- A 


-4- 


[>- 1> 


' 


O 


A 




f\J 


LA ^ 


J- 


O 


r-l '.D 


rA LA 


J- 


rH 


rA 


LA IN- J- 


fM r- 




M •■ 


On 




• 




























EH O 


rH 




^ 


LA 


r- 


LA 


LA 


,H 










-d- 


a^-j- 


rA 


rr^ 










rH 


r-t 




rH 


H 












CO 


l>- 












OJ 


f\j c^ rA rA ON 


LAO CO 


VC 


rA 


C: rH A r- 


l>- 


(NJ LA VO 


X) OC 




M 2 


r<^ 




^ 


O- rg ^D 


fM 


On 


1>- fM ON J- 


vD 


ON VC 


C^ 


rA 


H f\ 


N SI 


J- IT 


\ 




lO 




OO 


fM A H 


(NJ 


o -* 


C 


A 


-a- 






-J- 


LA O 


Cv- r- 






0^ 










!• ♦ 




















f 




M 


H 




rvj 


fM 


r~ 


nj 


rH 












C^ 


J- A 


fM 


fM 




O 






rH 


.H 




rH 


rH 












CO 


OO 








O Q 






rH 


ONOO J- 


J- 


ON 


^ LA C 


^ 


fM 


A rA J- 


S 


o- 


I> C 


Hi- 


r- rv 




(^ Z 


CM 




J- 


O rH rH 


o 


C^ 


rH rH LA r- 


vO 


ON VC 


ON 


c^ 


I^ c 


OO 


AJ LT 


S 


W 


if) 




-J- 


no vO 


f\ 


OO 


rA LA r- 


LA 


J- 






NO 


AJ -d- 


fM 


AI 




to 


Ch 




• 




































J- 


tA 


r— 


"N 


rA 












VO 


rA rA rA 


rA 




O K 






rH 


rH 




rH 


rH 












(J-. 


ON 






t3 










CO rH f\J 
LA fA rH 


rA A 

!>- VO 


rA O A ^c 

A ON rH ^ 


vO 
rA 


O ^ ON fM 


VO 
fM 


ON c^ VD 

J- rv- ON 


O VC 
J- LT 


' 1 
^1 




t5^« 




-a- fM f\ 


fA rH 


fM rH C^ rA t^ 


fM Ht 






fM 


ON A 


O 


.c^ ^c 


M 
























• 








to 


rH rH 




t\J 


:o' -:f 




O^ 


LA rA 


rA 


rA 






OO 


LA A 


J- 


fM r- 


O 






O 


^O 




VO 


<D 












rA 


ON_J- 


fM 


IM 




























VO 


LA 






























-p 


LA 










. 




. 






• • 


• • 


iH 
O 


g 






































in 




• 
• 




rQ 

(U 


9 






































fd 




in 




a 


M 






































O 




IS 

























































■a 

3 










































in If 




in If 


(3 


















10 












ii 
















a c 




a c 


■H 


















C 












a 
















o c 




O 


-P 


















o 










(- 


o 










^• 






•H -r- 




•H -ri 


















■H 










■H 










(X 






<-> +- 




"P 4- 


O 
















S- 


■p 










a 


-p 













J 




lO tc 




ra It 


o 

0) 
















ct 


trj 










> 


■J nS 










5 






r-t r- 




rH r- 




c 


03 








\ 


a 
> 


■H 

■> (-1 O 

O H 




m 


■^ 


^ -c 


rH 

tn O 
O rl 




(0 


r— 


1 ^. 

c 


a 




O C 
•rl T 
> > 




O 


■H 

-a 




Oj 


Q 






^ •- 


<fH f. 


' a 10 If 




<H > 


' c la If 














, tT 






M 




tn 


c 




Vi O H r- 


■n 




'M O rH r- 


T 


) !1 




c > 


a > 




0) 


g 


rt m If 




in wi 


O -H 01 (t 


c 


Si? 


O -H (d a 


C 


t.1 


.* • 


a ^- 


+> O -1- 


in 
m 




+J 


■m O rH r- 


T 


C O 


•p +J tt 


a 


-P H-> tt 


a 


) s 


EH • 


•rl r 


-ri -r 






o 


O -H 10 tt 


C 


O .H 


T) O -P tt 




O H 


■a o -p 1/ 




N Ui 


z • 


■P r- 


J) +> r- 




c 


M 


-P 4J K 


a 


•H -fJ 


(1) -H -rl -r 

m > d e 


b 


-H rH 


0) -H -H -r 
U) > 3 E 


c 


w • 


nj rt 


E 10 n 


10 
■H 
Q 




o 


W 


■a o 4J tt 




*-) (8 


C 


t; a 


c 




s * 


feg 


9 h S 




•H 


O 


0) -H -ri -r 


1- 


U 3 1. 


o d o" tt 


■r 


O a cr< If 


•r 


1 w 


s • 


O bO C 




+J 


o; 


m > 3 E 


c 


O bl 


Or O O -r 


t: 


o o 


P. O O r 


X 


' t! 


O -d H 


U) -H rr 




u 


a< 


o r tt 


•r 


(U H 


V> (J < c 


c 


<D -H 


U) O < C 


c 


< 


to in E +- 


•H B +J 




<i: 




P« O O -r- 


X 


in e 


•H 


a 


in +j 


■H 


a 


) o 


H Q) a It 


tH a It 










in 

•rH 

Q 


C 


■a 


C 


c 
11 

u. 


: o H 


Q 








& 


o 10 


a 








D 


o 

< 


m a 


rH 


z 


S 
hH 


M 


Z 


> 



98 



CO 

o 

M 
H 

o 



>-> 

Eh 
M 

< 

S ■^ 

(-1 i> 

< 
O f\J 

M O 
Eh K\ 
< 

O 



M Q 

H 
« Q 
O 

CO 



o 
o 



J- 

5 



o 



lA 

0^ 



CO 



ON 



SO 
a^ 



JO 

ON 



On 



tA 

to 

On 



to 



CM ^ 



■H 

> 



lA 



(\) CO 
Ox r\i 
J- tA 



CO 

J- 






1>- 

r-i 



^O OX 
O O 






ON 
lA 
fA 

O 
H 



O- 
oo 

Oxko 



LA 



OJ 
O- 



ON 
O 
CO 



CO 
lA 
-S- 

oo 
^O 






fA tr\ 
rA tA 



^a yo O 

CO LAU3 



rvj r-l 



I lA ON 



o J- 



(\1 cX) cJN o 

.H ^ rH 



I lA O- 

C^ lA 



rH -O 
O -O 

vo rvl 



rAoD CO 
rH PA O 



VD tA ON (\J 
r-> CA 



VO OO 



rA AJ 

ON v£) 

[A J- 



1X1 VD O 
-:)- NO rH 



ON tA NO NO 

(^ rH 



AJ rvj CO 

NO [N- 



tA ON (\J 
CO rA O 



rH rH (\| I 

OJ ox (\J 



rg f\j o 
H -d- ox 



NO rH 

OnD 

NO ox 



NO rH (\J 
rH J- OX 



J- AJ O lA 

f\J tA rH 



00 r 

lA ' 



O CN- 
lA 



OX irx 



OJ NO 



rH ON 

CO 



tAND CO OO O 



CO C^ 

tA 



lA O O 
rH ^ J- 
^ OJ 



-4- (M lA J- 

00 lA r-l 



I O CN- 

Cn- CO 

J- 



r\j OJ 

lAcO 

1 O- 

Ai 



tA O NO 
OJ tA lA 
NO rH 



^ lA lA l> 
tA tA Al 



lA 



NO OO 
lA O 



O OJ NO 

tcN ax tj^ 

NO r-l 



irx ox ox^ 

C^ OJ rH 



I NO (N 
tA Ox 



O lA 
NO NO 
lA O 



tAcO J- 
rH J- O 



tA 
NO 



1>. 

tA 



iPv ON 
0\ OJ 
lA lA 

. . ^O 

J- rH 



tA O 0^ 
tA O tA 
O lA J- 

fA r^ 



-3- OJ ^ ON 

J- J- ^ cs 

J- lA H 



NO OJ 
rA OX 

OO 



NO rH 

tA 



!0^ 

O- rH 



ON , 

lA ' 

J- 



OJ lA 

CO r-l 



ONNO 



O O 



.H hO 

ta c 

•H 

■a !^ 

<u o 

4-> ^ 

u u < 

O nj 

to ra 0) 

rH (1) -O t< 
O -H 



0) (U 
E -P 



o to 

T3 

<D 

m rH 

iH Hi 

(0 Vi 



(U -P 
bO<H 

a m 

O (h 
rH o 

■a -H 



+j o 
to 



o in 

B 

« o 

O H 

■H -K 

to H 

t. o 



•H 
(0 
B 
II) 10 



o 

Eh 



4-> as 



a 

0) bO -H 
ci n) 



rH t« 

3 

to tiO +J to ti 'O U 

3 ID 

10 j3 

U -P 

P«< o 



ho 10 
0) 10 



(h H C . 

hOrH <u -H 

■H iH 11) (-1 

a M Ctt cq 

E 



C 

0) c 

E O 
» 

111 10 

O 10 



10 



10 



^ 10 

■<-> o 

^4 p. 

m s 



> 

10 

Il> u 
10 1) 
O J3 

0( P 

u o 

3 

0.rH 



M 



10 Ci O 

id O 10 ID 

O -H 0) rH 

■H +> P 10 

+J 10 CO iM 

10 -P -P 

H C CO t( 

O 0) O 

■H 10 T) 

> 01 0) TJ 

t. -P 3 

>j 0.-r( lO 

-P ID ^ t, 

•H Li t> •« 
rH 

SO) 0) M 

10 XI 0) 

O H -P J3 

•H CO 4J 

■P Ci< o 

CO 



CN- 



CO 

J- 



ox 
tA 



NO 

tA 

NO 



O 

ON 
OO 



Al 
tA 



OO 



ON 

o 

OJ 



o 

NO 



ox 
O 

o 



■a 

0) 

> 

rH 

o 

> 



10 

c 

a) 

•rl 

lU 
H 
bO 
M 

i 

10 

■m 
O 

(H 

0) 
J3 

B 
3 



13 
lU 

•a 

0) 
J3 
lU 
Li 
Oi 
Oh 

CO 

to 

U 
■H 
rH 

CO 

T) 

11) 

rH 

M 
bO 



U 



99 



TABLE 55. WRITS OF HABEAS CORPUS 
IN EXCLUSION AND DEPORTATION CASES: 



AND DECLARATORY JUDGMENTS 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1957 - 1961 



Action taken 



1957- 
1961 



1957 1958 



1959 i960 



1961 



Total writs of habeas corpus : 

Disposed of 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Pending end of year 

Involving exclusion : 

Disposed of 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Pending end of year 

Involving deportation : 

Disposed of 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Pending end of year 

Total declaratory .judgments : 

Disposed of 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Involving 8 U3C I503 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 

Involving exclusion or 
deportation: 

Sustained 

Dismissed 

Withdrawn 





Writs 


of habeas corpus 




569 


105 


128 


15't 


97 


85 


^♦5 
30 


9 

91 

5 


Ik 

105 

9 


9 
lk2 

3 


10 
77 
10 


3 
79 

3 


11 


*+? 


2k 


18 


18 


11 


81 


8 


3k 


2k 


5 


10 


12 

66 
3 


1 
7 


8 

1 


3 
21 


5 


8 

2 




10 


9 


2 


1 


- 


ko8 


97 


9k 


130 


92 


75 


33 
27 


8 
8k 

5 


6 

80 
8 


6 

121 

3 


10 

72 

10 


3 

71 

1 


11 


37 


15 


16 


17 


11 



Declaratory judgments 





l,'+68 


259 


368 


210 


237 


36^+ 




207 
970 
291 

258 


52 

1^+9 
88 

7k 


55 
189 
12k 

102 


k? 

130 

33 

30 


29 

180 

28 

3k 


2k 
322 

18 

18 




120 
90 

1,210 


19 
30 
25 

215 


7 
k2 
53 

266 


k 

20 

6 

180 


11 

17 

6 

203 


7 
11 

3^+6 




15 s 
850 
201 


33 

119 

63 


kS 

l^t? 

71 


43 
110 

27 


18 

163 

22 


17 

311 

18 



100 



TABLE 56. PRIVATE IMMIGRATinN AND NATIONALITY BILLS 

I^^•RODUCED AND LAWS ENACTED, 75TH CONGRESS 

THROUGH 87TH CONGRESS, FIRST SESSION 



Congress 


Bills 
introduced 


Laws 
enacted 


87th (Ist Session) . . . 
86th 


2,^69 
3,069 

4,36^; 
4,474 
4,797 
3,669 
2,811 

1,141 
429 
163 
430 
601 
293 


257 
488 
927 
1,227 
755 
729 
505 
121 


85th 

84th 

83rd 

82nd 

8l3t 


80th 


Vgth 


14 
12 
22 
65 
30 


78th 

77th 

76th 

75th 



101 





O 
(0 

o 

1 




C3t 
« C 

SI 


o 




CD 

r- 

CM 


r* '-> 


r~ 




r* ^ CD (? 




n CM CM 

in — 


o cn lO r: 

—1 Cn 


-^cM-^ino CMCM - 

^ O -H CO -t - 


(f. cn o^ 
■o cn 




Ul C 

fc* o 




•4D 


2 


O 


CMl-^CN-q^lll -H -. -. 1 f^ 


IIIOJCM^IICD ini vO 


cn cn 1 




5 S 




O 

CI 


o 


.n 


OJi-HNOOtn^ r) CD 1 1 in 


1 iin^inoicorH o-H CT 


in ^ 1 




•-< -♦J 

O) C 
0) 


eoijawv mnos 


^ 




1 




1 1 1 1 1 1 t ( — t 1 m 


1 1 1 1 III 


CO 1 


- 


1 . 




eo^jsuiv M1J0N 


o 


OJ 


r-j 




lll^lll --• 1 1 B <j 


1 1 1 1 1 1 ) 


■q^ 1 


»j 


CM 1 CM 




oolxaw 


^0 


U-) 


tfi 




•oivDtniis 1 1 1 1 — 


1 1 1 ^ 1 1 1 




1 


1 1 1 




epeueo 


r^ 


Jl 


,n 




) 1 CM 1 1 m t 1 1 s 1 1 


< t 




CM 


CM 1 1 


z 
o 

§ 


leioj. 




c3 


CM 




^loo^ir^l ^ 1 1 1 tn 


1 1 1 ^ 1 1 1 


tj 1 


' sO 


^ 1 CN 


eojjjV 


w 




- 




1 1 1 1 1 ^ 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 


1 1 


- 


1 . 


ejsv 


-o 


c 


o 




lllll--ii(i) 1 1 iin 


1 1 1 --• 1 1 1 


V cn 


c\ 


w . 


O 


S3uiddH14d 


- 


r- 


■> 




lllllll^<*> 1 ic^ 


t 1 1 1 1 ( 1 


cn ^ 


" 


I 1 


eaao> 


n 




- 




1 1 1 t 1 1 1 -< 1 1 1 o 

CM 


(1111(1 


R ^ 


1 


1 1 1 


is 


uedef 


a- 


r- 


^0 




liliii-H>n^ 1 1^ 


1 CM 1 1 ^ 1 1 


CO sO 


- 


, . 


as 

in 


suosjad 
asaumo 


r^ 


- 


vD 




cMiiiji— t|c^^H 1 iin 


111(111 


in ^o 


- 


. . 


eisv 


O 
O 


^ 


■O 
f^ 




"■'"'"•^R'" ' 'a 


1 CM 1 ^ ^ 1 1 


o m 

.n cn 


lO 


*) -H 1 


adojn^ 
jamo 


M 


C4 


" 


-.||OI--t|-t'-i-< 1 1 - 


^ll-^tllOJfO -H-H «0 


tf^ ^ 1 


at uu 


e^Ae^sobnA 


in 


OJ 


CM 


1 1 1 1 1 ! 1 1 CM 1 1 1 (^ 


lll-<(l|-H.-. CJN| 1 


1 ) 1 


•a-S'S-n 


CT- 


00 


ff) 


r)-«iv)ili 1 1 1 e — 


111111(^1 II 1 


1 1 1 


^E 


uiEds 


CM 


8 


o 


llllll-Hl O 1 O ) -H 


1 i t 1 1 1 1 1 -• II — 


I 1 


-co 

do 

£0 X 


puejod 




OJ 


t^ 


IIIO'llll tn 1 1 1 ro 

1 


IIIIIIIICO 04| — 


1 . 


-^leil 


S" 


■n 


J-> 


ini^li'-tl in 1 1 1 f^ 


"^ ^ ^' ^ 


CM CM 1 


> 

£° 

>- 


9393^0 


in 


^ 


;i^ 


lll-<^||| O^ 1 1 1 ^ 


1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 'Q^ --^ 1 1 


1 1 1 


Aueiiijao 


^ 


in 


in 


r^ 1 1 CM ( 1 1 — . 1 1 1 1 ^ 


|||^|CN)--<| II CM 


CM 1 1 


tA n 

< 


adoJii3 


(M 




CO 


«£)M|.-«^-irMC-J O '-* O 1 O 

tn r) „ „ 


^^ ISO 1 Oi 1 mg; o- 2 


'-* <n 1 




JO sajjeiou 
-auaq leiol 


■iJ 


^ 


in 


vocMi(?-a--^co<n 1^ r* o 1 CM 
^^ n o .-( r* 


.-<mia>--fCJ|in^ cn r~ 
in M -. 04 


^ ' ^ 


Q 




(0 >4-. -^ 
O C (0 




ai 


m 


r-oio^i>o»fMO(0 r- cn ^ cm cn 
--•.-^■oocM^h-^o ^ino 


-. '-^ cn — CD ci ^ ■<! tn 
r- CM -. 


CD ^ ^ 


Ss 




"^ 




OJCMOOO'-^r^. ■>! in CM ^ o f- 


-H^o^inin^^r* lO^ o 

—. ^(r)-^ro CMTO CM •£> 


CM «£> CM 


> 

cc 

Q. 

in 

UJ 

i 






••• 

e 

s 


1 
o 


w 

3 
*J 

n) 

•t- 

a> 
u 

I 

T 

t. 

C 

0* 

c 

i 

« 
a 

c 

)■ 
D 


O 
*J 

<u 

D 

•o 

*- 

8 

T> 

c 
a 

o 





J 1 

» +■ 

-* s 
J - 

D «- 

1 n 

■* L 

u c 

» <. 

3 n 


c 
c 

: 
■*- 

V 


1 

" 

+■ 
». 

1 

1 

c. 


D 
1) 

:> u 

4 

U .r- 

+; 

C * 
at n 

19 "n 

01 ] 

t-l 1- 

in •£ 


1 

9 

T 

*■ 
C 


' 

4 

T 

X 

a 


n 

1 

c 

O 

c 
o « 

*J i- 
m n 

^ o « 

> 


* 

a 
a 

■^ 

c 

c 

c 
< 

c 

£ 


-« c 

s^ 

4-' 4J 
10 U 

i& 

O.T> 

O '-■ 
> 4> 
M C 

a n 
o 

If. 

n CD c 
j: c 

o 


at 

> 0) 

• 13 

in i/i 

0> 0) 
C M 

•D ** 
« C C 
01 0) »' 
O C 

E 2? 

a £t 

4) 

S. u7 

Ill 

' 1 li 

U (XJ 

o o- 
H H ■ 

« 01 


> < 

> 
a> c 

> L 


1 
: 

4 

V 


a 

"5 

L 

' 
C 

"i 


T 

> 


Q 

<*■ 

a 

T 

c 


1 


a 


4 
J 

■ : 

:i 

- £ 

a 


41 

1 

3 

^^ 
J2 - 

C" 1 

a> *" 

c - 

1 

C 1 

¥' 

o 


4 

1 
c 


1 

M 
4J 

tl 

c 

> C 

a at 

« N 

li 
41 

C 

. 8 

O 

1- 

4 


c 

CD 
U 

3 V 
♦> 4- 

n c 
c t 

tt 

^^ ": 

41 
> « 

10 


:i 

o 

o c 

C X 

52 

4J 4 

n *• 

M -r- 

r o *J 

41 
CC 

Si 


c 
o 

a. 

H 

o 

• 

L 3 

■B 

u 

o 

M 

> 

V 
o 



102 



FPI-ERO^ 12-26 6t. 2500 9I0r 



I 



, pobuc 



LlBBAf'' 



r9999 06351 975