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BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 




I.S. Department of Justice 

nmigration and Naturalization Service 



1981 

statistical Yearbook 

>f the Immigration 

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1981 

Statistical Yearbook 

of the Immigration 

and Naturalization Service 



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1981 Statistical Yearbook 
of the Immigration and 
Naturalization 
Service 



List of Titles Appearing 
in Text 



Contents 



Note on Incomplete Data vii 

1. Immigration to the United States: 1820-1981 1 

2. Immigration by country, for decades: 1820-1981 2 

3. Immigrants admitted, by type of admission: Fiscal Years 1966-1981 .. . 6 

4. Immigrant aliens admitted under the Immigration and Nationality Act by 

class of admission and quarter: Fiscal Year 1981 7 

ta. Immigrant aliens admitted under the Immigration and Nationality Act by 

class of admission: Fiscal Years 1978-1981 10 

5. Immigrants admitted by foreign state of chargeability under the world- 

wide numerical limitation on immigration of 270,000: Fiscal Year 

1981 14 

6. Immigrants admitted, by type of admission and country or region of 

birth: Fiscal Year 1981 17 

7. Immigrants admitted by classes under the immigration laws and country 

or region or birth: Fiscal Year 1981 20 

8. Aliens who were adjusted to permanent resident status in the United 

States by country or region of birth: Fiscal Year 1981 23 

9. Refugees granted lawful permanent resident status by Fiscal Year and 

Act: Fiscal Years 1946-1981 26 

10. Refugees— Authorized admissions and approvals by geographic area of 

chargeabihty: Fiscal Year 1981 27 

1 . Refugees granted lawful permanent resident status by country or region 

of birth: Fiscal Year 1981 28 

2. Immigrant orphans admitted to the United States by country or region 

of birth: Fiscal Years 1976-1981 30 

3. Immigrants admitted by country or region of birth: Fiscal Years 1972- 

1981 34 

4. Immigrants admitted by age: Years ended June 30, 1972-1976, Transi- 

tion Quarter, July-September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 
1977-1981 38 

5. Immigrants admitted by country or region of birth, and age: Fiscal Year 

1981 , 39 



Tables-Continued Page 

16. Alien population by state of residence: 1940, 1955, 1960, 1965, 1970, 

1975, and 1980 45 

17. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program by selected na- 

tionalities and state of residence: 1980 46 

18. Aliens who reported under the Alien Address Program by selected states 

of residence and nationality: 1980 47 

19. Declarations of intention fUed, petitions for naturalization filed, persons 

naturalized, and petitions for naturalization denied: Fiscal Years 
1907-1981 50 

20. Persons naturalized by general and special naturalization provisions: Fis- 

cal Years 1977-1981 51 

21. Persons naturalized by general and special naturaUzation provisions and 

country or region of former allegiance: Fiscal Year 1981 52 

22. Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance: Fiscal 

Years 1972-1981 54 

23. Persons naturalized by sex and age: Fiscal Years 1972-1981 58 

24. Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance, sex, and 

age: Fiscal Year 1981 59 

25. Persons naturalized by sex, marital status, median age, and major occu- 

pation group: Fiscal Years 1978-1981 67 

26. Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance and major 

occupation group: Fiscal Year 1981 68 

27. Persons naturalized by state or territory of residence: Fiscal Years 1972- 

1981 70 

28. Persons naturalized by specified countries of former allegiance and by 

rural and urban area and city: Fiscal Year 1981 71 

29. Persons naturalized by country or region of birth and year of entry: Fis- 

cal Year 1981 79 

30. Petifions for naturalization denied by reason: Years ended June 30, 

1972-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 
1977-1981 82 

31. Administrative certificates of citizenship issued in Fiscal Year 1981, by 

country or region of birth and reason for claim: Year ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1981 83 

32. Administrative certificates of citizenship issued to persons who acquired 

citizensliip at birth abroad through citizen parents by country or re- 
gion of birth and year acquired: Year ended September 30, 1981 ... . 85 

33. Administrative certificates of citizenship issued to persons who derived 

citizenship through naturalization of parents or through marriage, by 
country or region of birth and year derived: Year ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1981 87 

34. Administratively issued certificates of citizenship cancelled: Years ended 

June 30, 1972-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1977-1981 89 

35. Persons expatriated by grounds and year reports received: Years ended 

June 30, 1972-1976, July -September 1976, and Years ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1977-1981 90 

36. Aliens excluded from the United States by cause: Years ended June 30, 

1892-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 
1977-1981 91 



Tables— Continued p^gg 

37. Aliens excluded by country or region of birth and cause: Fiscal Year 

1981 92 

38. Aliens apprehended, ahens deported, and aliens required to depart: Years 

ended June 30, 1892-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended 
September 30, 1977-1981 93 

39. Aliens required to depart by nationahty and cause: Year ended Septem- 

ber 30, 1981 95 

40. Aliens required to depart by country of destination and cause: Year 

ended September 30, 1981 97 

41. Aliens deported by country to which deported and cause: Fiscal Year 

1981 98 

42. Ahens deported by nationahty and cause: Fiscal Year 1981 100 

43. Ahens deported by country to which deported and deportation expense: 

Fiscal Year 1981 102 

44. Ahens deported by cause: Years ended June 30, 1908-1976, July- 

September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 1977-1981 104 

45. Ahens deported by country to which deported: Years ended June 30, 

1972-1976, July -September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 
1977-1981 105 

46. Ahens deported and required to depart by year of entry and status at 

entry: Year ended September 30, 1981 108 

47. Ahens deported and required to depart by status at entry: Years ended 

September 30, 1978-1981 109 

48. Entries of ahens and citizens by state and port: Year ended Septem- 

ber 30, 1981 110 

49. Foreign laborers admitted into the United States under special programs: 

July-September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 1977-1981 ... 115 

50. Entries of ahen and citizen border crossers over international land bound- 

aries: Years ended June 30, 1928-1976, July-September 1976, and 

Years ended September 30, 1977-1981 116 

51. Report of service participation in the control of marijuana, narcotics and 

dangerous drug traffic: Years ended September 30, 1979-1981 117 

52. Prmcipal activities and accomphshments of Immigration Border Patrol: 

Years ended June 30, 1972-1976, July-September 1976, and Years 

ended September 30, 1977-1981 118 

53. Deportable ahens located by status at entry and nationahty: Year ended 

September 30, 1981 II9 

54. Deportable ahens located by nationality, district offices, and by border 

patrol sectors: Fiscal Year 1981 120 

55. Deportable ahens located by length of time illegahy in the United States, 

district offices, and border patrol sectors: Fiscal Year 1981 122 

56. Deportable ahens located by employment status, district offices, and 

border patrol sectors: Fiscal Year 1981 124 

57. Deportable ahens located by area control and district: Fiscal Year 1981 . 126 

58. Ahens deported and requhed to depart by district: Fiscal Year 1981. .. . 127 

59. Hearings before immigration judges completed by region and district: 

Years ended September 30, 1978-1981 128 

60. Prosecutions for immigration and nationahty violations: Years ended 

June 30, 1971-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1977-1981 129 



Tables-Continued Page 

61. Convictions for immigration and nationality violations: Years ended 

June 30, 1972-1976, July-September 1976, and Years ended Septem- 
ber 30, 1977-1981 130 

62. Writs of habeas corpus, judicial review of orders of deportation and 

declaratory judgments in exclusion and deportation cases: July- 
September 1976, and Years ended September 30, 1977-1981 131 

63. Private immigration and nationality bills introduced and laws enacted: 

77th Congress through 97th Congress (First Session) 132 

64. Nonimmigrants admitted by classes under the immigration laws and 

country or region of last residence: Fiscal Year 1981 133 

65. Glossary 137 



NOTE Ot^ INCOMPLETE DATA 

Data processing problens have resulted in inccriplete information on irmiigrants 
admitted in fiscal years 1932 and 1981, the loss of all nonimmigrant 
information for fiscal year 198G and incanplete nonimmigrant information for 
fiscal year 1981. 

Immigrants 

A total of 132,541 records m.issiny from the immigrant statistical file for 
fiscal year 198G and 130,351 such records for fiscal year 1981 were 
reconstructed from an administrative data file on imaiig rants. This separate 
file was caTiplete for txjth years but did not contain the follov;ing variables 
which were available in the statistical system: 

Sex 

Marital status 

Occupation 

[Rationality 

Country of last residence 

State and area of intended residence 

District of intended residence 

Labor certification 

Nonimmigrant class of initial admission and date of entry for 

adjustment cases. 

Since these variables vsere not available for the entire 1980 and 1981 i.THTiigrant 
cohorts, tabulations routinely published including these variables do not 
appear in the 1980 and 1931 Statistical Yearbooks of the Immigration and 
Naturalization Service , and tables have been reordered and renumbered accord- 
ingly. 

Foreign state of chargeability in Table 5 vnbs derived from country of birth for 
29,357 of the 336,409 immigrants subject to numerical limitation. As a result, 
immigrants cnargeable to certain countries (for example. Hong Kong) are 
overstated since some persons born in oversubscribed countries (such as Hong 
Kong) would have been charged to the country of birth of an accompanying family 
member for which visa numbers were immediately available. 

Noninmigrants 

Data on noni.rur.ig rants were not available for July to September 1979 (4th 
quarter fiscal year 1979) and fiscal year 1980. For fiscal year 1981, country 
of last residence and class of admission were the only statistical variables 
for which data were available. Country of last residence by class of admission 
appears in Table 64 in the 1981 Yearbook. 

Alien Address Program 

The annual Alien Address Program was discontinued by Congress in December 1981 
(Public Law 97-116) . Tables 16, 17, and 18 showing the alien population in the 

United States in January 1980 have been reprinted in the 1981 Yearbook, since 
1980 was the last year for which data are available. 



vii 



Table 1 
Immigration to the United States 1820-1981 

I From 1820 to 1867. figures represent alien passengers arrived: from 1S68 through 1891 and 1895 through 1897. immigrant aliens arrired; from 1892 
through 1894 and 1898 to the present time, immigrant aliens admitted! 



Number ol 
persons 



Number of 
persons 



Number of 
persons 



Number of 
persons 



1820-1981' 

1820 

1821-1830 


50,252.552 

8,385 

143,439 
9,127 
6,911 
6,354 
7,912 
10,199 
10,837 
18,875 
27,382 
22,520 
23,322 

599,125 
22.633 
60,482 
58,640 
65,365 
45,374 
76,242 
79.340 
38,914 
68,069 
84,066 

1,713,251 
80.289 
104,565 
52.496 
78 615 


1871-1880.... 

1871 

1872 

1873 

1874 

1875 

1876 

1877 

1878 

1879 

1880 

1881-1890 

1881 

1882 

1 883 

1884 

1887 '.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891-1900 

1891 

1892 

1893 

1894 

1895 

1896 

1897 

1898 

1899 

1900 

1901-1910 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911-1920 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1 920 


2,812.191 


1921-1930.... 

1921 

1922 

1923 

1924 

1925 

1926 

1927 

1928 

1929 

1930 

1931-1940 ... 

1931 

1932 

1933 

1934 

1935 

1936 

1937 

1938 

1939 

1 940 

1941-1950 ... 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951-1960.... 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961-1970.... 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1 967 

1968 

1969 

1970 


4.107.209 
805:228 
309.556 
522,919 
706,896 
294,314 
304,488 
335,175 
307,255 
279,678 
241,700 

528,431 
97,139 
35,576 
23,068 
29,470 
34,956 
36,329 
50,244 
67,895 
82.998 
70.756 

1,035,039 
51,776 
28,781 
23,725 
28,551 
38,119 
108,721 
147,292 
170,570 
188,317 
249.187 

2.515.479 
205.717 
265,520 
170,434 

237^790 
321,625 
326,867 
253,265 
260,686 
265,398 

3,321,677 
271,344 
283,763 
306,260 
292,248 
296,697 
323,040 
361,972 
454,448 
358,579 
373,326 


1971-1980 ... 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1976, TQ... 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 


4,493,314 




321,350 
404,806 
459,803 
313,339 
227,498 
169.986 
141,857 
138.469 
177.826 
457,257 

5,246,613 
669.431 
788,992 
603,322 
518,592 
395,346 
334,203 
490,109 
546,889 
444,427 
455,302 

3,687,564 
560,319 
579.663 
439,730 
285,631 
258,536 
343,267 
230,832 
229,299 
311,715 
448,572 

8.795.386 

487.918 

648.743 

857,046 

812,870 

1,026,499 

1,100,735 

1,285,349 

782,870 

751,786 

1,041,570 

5,735,811, 
878,587 
838,172 
1.197.892 
1,218,480 
326,700 
298,826 
295,403 
110,618 
141,132 
430,001 


370,478 
384,685 
400,063 
394,861 
386,194 
398,613 
103,676 
467 315 


1822 

1823 

1824 

1825 

1826 

1827 


1829 

1830 

1831-1840 

1831 


601,442 
460,348 
530,639 

596 600 


1832 

1833 

1834 

1835 




1837 

1838 




1839 

1840 

1841-1850 

1841 




1843 

1844 




1845 

1846 

1847 

1848 


114,371 
154,416 
234,968 
226,527 




1850 

1851-1860 

1851 


369,980 

2,598,214 
379 466 










1853 

1854 

1855 


368,645 
427,833 
200,877 




1856 

1857 


200,436 
251,306 




1858 

1859 

1860 


123,126 
121,282 
153 640 




1861-1870 


2,314,824 
91,918 










1863 


176,282 




1865 


248 1 20 




1866 


318 568 




1867 


315,722 




1869 


352 768 




1870 


387,203 





From 1869 to 1976, the data are for fiscal years ended June 30. Prior to fiscal year 1 869, the periods covered are as follows: from 1820-1831 and 1843-1849, the years ended 
on September 30-1843 covers 9 months; from 1832-1842 and I850-1867, the years ended on December 31-1832 and 18S0 cover 15 months. For 1868, the period ended on 
June 30 and covers 6 months. The transition quarter (TQ) for 1976 covers the 3-month period, July-September 1976. Beginning October 1, 1976, the fiscal yeare ended on 
September 30. 



Table 2. 

Immigration by Countiy, for Decades 

1820-1981 



Countiy of last residence 



821-1830 1831-1840 



All countries 

Europe 

Austria-Hungary''^ 

Belgium 

Denmark 

France 

Germany"'^ 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Sweden^. 

Poland^ 

Portugal 

Romania'' 

Spain 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R. ^' ' 

United Kingdom: Total*. . . 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Northern Ireland* 

Not Specified* 

Other Europe* 

Asia 

China 

India 

Japan^ 

Turkey 

Other Asia 

America 

Canada & Newfoundland' . . 

Mexico' 

Caribbean 

Central America 

South America 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. adm.) . . . . 
Not specified 

See footnotes at end of table. 



20 
371 
968 

3,614 
30 
49 



5 
35 

139 
31 
14 

2,410 

1,782 

268 

NA 
360 




,713,251 2,598,214 2,314,824 2,812,191_ 



98,797 495,681 1,597,442 2,452,577 2,065, 



27 

169 

8,497 

6,761 

20 

50,724 

409 

1,078 

91 

16 

145 

2,477 

3,226 

75 

25,079 

14,055 

2,912 

170 

NA 

7,942 

3 

30 



22 

1,063 

45,575 

152,454 

49 

207,381 

2,253 

1,412 

1,201 

369 
829 

2,125 

4,821 

277 

75,810 

7,611 

2,667 

185 

NA 

65,347 

40 

55 



5,074 

539 

77,262 

434,626 

16 

780,719 

1,870 

8,251 

13,903 

105 
550 

2,209 

4,644 

551 

267,044 

32,092 

3,712 

1,261 

NA 

229,979 

79 

141 



4,738 

3,749 

76,358 

951,667 

31 

914,119 

9,231 

10,789 

20,931 

1,164 

1,055 

9,298 

25,011 

457 

423,974 

247,125 

38,331 

6,319 

NA 

132,199 

5 

41,538 



7,800 

6,734 

17,094 

35,986 

787,468 

72 

435,778 

11,725 

9,102 

71,631 

37,667 

2,027 

2,658 

6,697 

23,286 

2,512 

606,896 

222,277 

38,769 

4,313 

NA 

341,537 



.564 



62,469 



41,397 
43 



64,301 
69 



74,720 166,607 



2,277 

4,817 

3,834 

105 

531 

16 



13,624 
6,599 
12,301 



41,723 
3,271 

13,528 

368 

3,579 

55 



59,309 
3,078 

10,660 

449 

1,224 

210 



153,878 

2,191 

9,046 

95 

1,397 

312 
36 



2,271,925 



72,969 
7,221 
31,771 
72,206 

718,182 
210 

436,871 
55,759 
16,541 
95,323 

115,922 
12,970 
14,082 

5,266 

28,293 

39,284 

548,043 

437,706 

87,564 

6,631 

NA 

16,142 

1,001 

124,160 



123,201 
163 
149 
404 
243 

404,044 



383,640 

5,162 

13,957 

157 

1,128 

358 
9,886 
1,028 

790 



Table 2. 

Immigration by Countiy, for Decades 

1820-1981 (Cont'd) 



Country of last residence 



1891-1900 1901-1910 1911-1920 



1931-1940 1941-1950 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 

Austria 

Hungary*' ^ 

Belgium 

Bulgaria" 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland'" 

France 

Germany'' 

Greece 

Ireland 

•taiy-io 

Latvia 

Lithuania'" 

Luxembourg'^ 

Netherlands 

Norwav 

Poland^ 

Portugal 

Romania 

Spain 

Sweden^ 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R.^ ' 

United Kingdom : Total . . . . 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Northern Ireland^ 

Not Specified* 

Yugoslavia" 

Other Europe* 

Asia 

China 

India. 

Japan' 

Turkey 

Other Asia* 

America 

Canada & Newfoundland . . . . 

Mexico 

Caribbean 

Central America 

South America 

Other America'^ 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. adm.) 

Not specified' 

See footnotes at end of table. 



353,719 

20,177 



50,464 

,452,970 

2,308 

655,482 

307,309 



53,701 

176,586 

51,806 

16,978 

6,348 

4,419 

391.776 

81,988 

213,282 

807,357 

644,680 

149,869 

12,640 

NA 

168 

682 

69,942 



61,711 
269 

2,270 
3,782 
1,910 

426,967 



393,304 

1,913 

29,042 

404 

2,304 



857 
7,017 
5,557 

789 



5,246,613 


3,687,564 


8,795,386 


5,735,811 


4,107,209 


528,431 


1,035,039 


4,735,484 


3,555,352 


8,056,040 


4,321,887 


2,463,194 


347,552 


621,124 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2,040 


85 



592,707 

18,167 
160 



30,770 
505,152 

15,979 
388,416 
651,893 



26,758 

95,015 

96.720 

27,508 

12,750 

8,731 

226,266 

31,179 

505,290 

271,538 

216,726 

44,188 

10,557 

NA 

67 

122 



41,635 
39,280 



73,379 
341,498 
167,519 
339,065 
2,045,877 



48,262 
190.505 

69,149 

53,008 

27.935 

249,534 

34,922 

1,597,306 

525,950 

388,017 

120,469 

17,464 

NA 



453,649 

442,693 

33,746 

22,533 

3,426 

41,983 

756 
61,897 
143,945 
184,201 
146,181 
,109,524 



43,718 

66,395 

4.813 

89,732 

13,311 

68,611 

95,074 

23,091 

921,201 

341,408 

249,944 

78,357 

13,107 

NA 

1,888 



32,868 
30,680 
15,846 
2,945 
102,194 
32,430 

16,691 
49,610 
412,202 
51,084 
210,024 
455,315 



26,948 
68,531 
227,734 
29,994 
67,646 
28,958 
97.249 
29,676 
61,742 
340,780 
157,420 
159,781 
13,012 
10,567 

49,064 
22,983 



3,563 

7,861 

4,817 

938 

14,393 

2,559 

506 

2,146 

12,623 

114,058 

9,119 

10,973 

68,028 
1,192 
2,201 
565 
7,150 
4,740 

17,026 
3,329 
3,871 
3,258 
3,960 
5,512 
1,356 

31,572 

21,756 

6,887 

735 

2,194 

5,835 
2,361 



323,543 247,236 112,059 



25,942 
30,425 
3,628 



20,605 

4,713 

129,797 

157,369 

11,059 



21,278 
2,082 

83,837 

134,066 

5,973 



29.907 
1.886 
33,462 
33,824 
12.980 



4,928 
496 



1,065 
7,644 



38,972 361,888 1,143,671 1,516,716 160,037 



3,311 

971 

33,066 

549 

1,075 



350 
2,740 
1,225 
14,063 



179,226 
49,642 

107,548 
8,192 
17,280 



7,368 
11,975 

1.049 
33,523 



742,185 
219,004 
123,424 
17,159 
41,899 



8,443 
12,348 
1.079 
1,147 



924,515 

459,287 

74,899 

15,769 

42,215 
31 

6,286 
8,299 

427 
228 



108,527 
22,319 
15,502 
5,861 
7,803 
25 

1,750 

2,231 

780 



24,860 

3,469 

12,189 

375 

8,347 

5,393 

212 

2,503 

38,809 

226,578 

8,973 

19,789 

57,661 

361 

683 

820 

14,860 

10,100 

7,571 

7,423 

1,076 

2,898 

10,665 

10,547 

548 

139,306 

112,252 

16,131 

3,209 

7,714 

1,576 
3,447 



16,709 
1,761 
1,555 



354,804 



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

7.367 

13,805 

5,437 

142 



Table 2. 
ion by Country, for Decades 
1820-1981 (ConCd) 



1961-1970 1971-1975 



Total 
162 years 
1820-1981 



Albania"' 

Austria'' ^ 

Hungary'' ^ 

Belgium 

Bulgaria' ' 

Czechoslovakia' ° 

Denmark 

Finland'" 

Germany' • ^ 

Greece 

Ireland 

Italy 

Lithuania'" 

Luxembourg'^ 

Netherlands 

Norway^ 

Poland^ 

Portugal 

Romania^ 

Spain 

Sweden^ 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R.'- '. 

United Kingdom; Total'. . . 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Northern Ireland' 

Not Specified' 

Other Europe' 

China" 

Turkey 

Other Asia' 

America 

Canada and Newfoundland* . 

Caribbean 

Central America 

South America 

Other America' ' 

Africa 

Australia and New Zealand. . . . 
Pacific Islands (U.S. adm.)' ' . . 
Not specified 

See footnotes at end of table. 



15,479 3,321,677 1,936,281 2,557,033 462,315 601,442 460,348 530,639 596,600 



1,325,640 


1,123,363 


422,194 


378,174 


74,048 


76,156 


64,173 


72.121 


66.695 


36,405,952 


59 


98 


156 


173 


51 


41 


25 


30 


11 


2,622 


67,106 


20.621 


6,961 


2,517 


459 


504 


507 


401 


3671 




36,637 


5,401 


3,422 


3,128 


475 


626 


528 


819 


581 


4,318,845 


18.575 


9,192 


2.414 


2.915 


531 


611 


646 


426 


467* 


203,957 


104 


619 


510 


678 


98 


135 


127 


188 


124 


68,266 


918 


3,273 


3.444 


2.579 


273 


438 


494 


1.051 


793 


139.367 


10.984 


9,201 


2,230 


2,209 


403 


399 


378 


504 


506 


365,548 


185 


163 


45 


46 


1 


6 


9 


20 


22 


1,179 


4.925 


4,192 


1,413 


1,455 


227 


313 


284 


356 


317 


34.398 


51,121 


45,237 


12.277 


12,792 


2.651 


2.741 


2.905 


1,905 


1.745 


756,979 


477,765 


190. 796 


37,070 


37,344 


7,414 


7.567 


7.166 


6,595 


6.552 


6.998,056 


47,608 


85,969 


56,191 


36,178 


7,792 


6.994 


5.942 


4,699 


4,361 


669.888 


48,362 


32,966 


6,559 


4,931 


967 


923 


808 


1,006 


902 


4.692.856 


185,491 


214,111 


93,506 


35.862 


7,369 


7.032 


5.969 


5,467 


4,662 


5.310,516 


352 


510 


90 


117 


8 


16 


13 


54 


39 


2.661 


242 


562 


94 


154 


11 


30 


23 


61 


44 


3,980 


684 


556 


164 


143 


27 


24 




23 


18 


2.950 


52,277 


30,606 


4,780 


5,712 


1,039 


1.182 


1.184 


1,169 


999 


362.993 


22,935 


15,484 


1,963 


1,978 


344 


428 


438 


403 


331 


857,646 


9.985 


53,539 


16,808 


20,426 


3,331 


4.495 


3.863 


4.725 


5.014 


528,098 


19.588 


76.065 


52,016 


49,694 


9,977 


10.517 


7.068 


8,408 


7,049 


467,879 


1.039 


2.531 


4,156 


8,237 


1,506 


1.628 


1.180 


1,913 


1,974 


175,958 


7,894 


44.659 


20.760 


18.381 


5,568 


4.266 


3.285 


1,879 


1.711 


266,426 


21.697 


17.116 


3,043 


3,488 


576 


644 


764 


768 


832 


1,274,289 


17,675 


18.453 


4,113 


4,122 


812 


860 


774 


713 


601 


351,191 


584 


2,336 


7,211 


31,750 


5.443 


4,677 


1.919 


10,543 


9.223 


3,394.999 


204.468 


214,518 


59.588 




14.040 


16,425 


15.537 








156.171 


174.452 


52,506 




12.579 




14,336 








32.854 


29,849 


4.410 


77.786 


884 


955 


803 


15,485 


14.997 


4,978,524 


2.589 


2,052 


465 




139 


134 


128 








8.970 


7.469 


2,207 




438 


354 


270 








3.884 


696 


- 




- 


- 


- 








8,225 


20.381 


19,139 


11,401 


2,315 


2,227 


1.861 


2,099 


2.048 


119,557 


8.155 


4.208 


2.071 


1,978 


340 


407 


434 


411 


405 


56,324 


150.106 


427,771 


590,223 


997,955 


150,842 


243,596 


182.970 


236,097 


264,343 


3,537.170 


9,657 


34.764 


44,500 


79,826 


12,513 


14,455 


12.251 


27,651 


25.803 


593,432 


1.973 


27,189 


66,650 


97,484 


16,849 


19,145 


18,625 


22,607 


21.522 


226.452 


46,250 


39,988 


26,005 


23,770 


4,545 


4,500 


4,496 


4,225 


3.896 


419,055 


3.519 


10,142 


6,629 


6,770 


991 


1,022 


1,306 


2,233 


2,766 


391,860 


88,707 


315,688 


446,439 


790,105 


115,944 


204,474 


146.292 


179.381 


210,356 


1.906.371 


996,944 


1,716,374 


878,027 


1,104,502 


223,174 


266,470 


197,123 


204.283 


246,340 


9,698,457 



377,952 
299,811 
123,091 



413,310 
453,937 
470,213 
101.330 
257,954 
19,630 



319,359 
318,027 
45,633 



90,318 
320.935 
423.099 

89,007 



109,959 
16,892 
33.671 



23,495 
92,681 
87,717 
20,481 



20,181 
52,479 
71,029 
17.709 
35.715 



13.609 
56.680 
73,296 
20,968 
39,717 
13 



101,268 
73,301 
24,509 
35,913 



376,049 
824.369 
109,620 

172,281 
125,140 
24,963 
288,589 



Notes: From 1820-67, figures represent alien passengers arrived; from 1868-91 and 1895-97, immigrant aliens arrived; from 
1892-94 and 1898 to the present time, immigrant aliens admitted. Data for years prior to 1906 relate to country whence alien came; 
data from 1906-79 are for country of last permanent residence; and data for 1980-81 refer to country of birth. Because of changes in 
boundaries and changes in lists of countries, data for certain countries are not comparable throughout. 

The periods covered are as follows: from 1820-31 and 1843-49, the fiscal years ended on September 30 of the respective year-fiscal 
year 1843 covers 9 months. From 1832-42 and 1850-67, fiscal years ended on December 31 of the respective year-fiscal years 1832 
and 1850 cover 15 months. For 1868, the period ended on June 30 and covers 6 months. Fiscal years 1868-1976 end on June 30 of 
the respective year. The transition quarter (TO) for 1976 covers the 3-month period, July-September 1976. Since October 1. 1977, 
the data are for fiscal years ending September 30 of the respective year. 

Data for Austria-Hungary were not reported until 1861. Austria and Hungary have been recorded separately since 1905. From 
1938-1945, Austria is included in Germany. 

^Poland recorded as a separate country from 1820-1898 and since 1920. From 1899-1919, Poland is included with Austria- 
Hungary, Germany, and U.S.S.R. 

3 From 1820-1868, the figures for Norway and Sweden are combined. 
''No record of immigration from Romania until 1880. 

5 From 1931-1963, the U.S.S.R. is broken down into European U.S.S.R. and Asian U.S.S.R. Since 1964 total U.S.S.R. has been 
reported in Europe. 

^From 1925 to present, data for United Kingdom refer to Great Britain, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Prior to 1925, 
data for Northern Ireland are included in Ireland. For the years 1901-1951, United Kingdom, not specified, is included in "Other 
Europe".. 

''No record of immigration from Japan until 1861. 

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

'No record of immigration from Mexico from 1886-1893. 

'"Countries added to the list since the beginning of World War 1 are included with the countries to which they belonged. Figures 
available since 1920 for Czechoslovakia and Finland and, since 1924, for Albania, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania. 

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

'^Figures for Luxembourg are available since 1925. 
'^Included with countries not specified to 1925. 

'''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 1934-1951, the Philippines are included in the Pacific Islands. 
Prior to 1934, the Philippines are recorded in separate tables as insular travel. 
'* Beginning with the year 1957, China includes Taiwan. 



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NEk ARRIVALS 

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ADJLSTfENIS, SECTICN 245 

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NEk ARRIVALS 

ADJLSTPENTS, SECTICN 245 

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ADJLSTPENTS, SECTICN 245 

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TABLE 4A 

Immigrant Aliens Admitted Under the Immigration and Nationality Act 

by Class of Admission Fiscal Years 1978-198 1 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



CLASS 
CODE 



Total, all immigrants 

Total, numerically restricted 

New arrivals 

Adjustments 

Total, exempt from numerical restriction 

New arrivals 

Adjustments 

Total, numerically restricted 

Total 1st preference 

1st preference, unmarried son/daughter of U.S. citizen 

New arrivals PI 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 P16 

1st preference, children of PI 1 and P16 

New arrivals P12 

Adjustments, Section 245 P17 

Total 2nd preference 

2nd preference, spouses of alien residents 

New arrivals P2 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 P26 

2nd preference, unmarried son/daughter of alien resident 

New arrivals P22 

Adjustments, Section 245 P27 

2nd preference, chUdren of P22 and P27 

New arrivals P23 

Adjustments, section 245 P28 

Total 3rd preference 

3rd preference, professional or highly skilled immigrant 

New arrivals P3 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 P36 

3rd preference, spouses of P31 and P36 

New arrivals P32 

Adjustments, Section 245 P37 

3rd preference, children of P31 and P36 

New arrivals P33 

Adjustments, Section 245 P38 

Total 4th preference 

4th preference, married son/daughter of U.S. citizen 

New arrivals P41 

Adjustments, Section 245 P46 

4th preference, spouses of P4 1 and P46 

New arrivals P42 

Adjustments, Section 245 P47 

4th preference, children of P4 1 and P46 

New arrivals P43 

Adjustments, Section 245 P48 



596,600 530,639 460,348 



330,409 


289,479 


279,478 


341,104 


278,461 


239,590 


232,112 


281,900 


51,948 


49,889 


47,366 


59,204 


266,191 


241,160 


180,870 


260,338 


100,524 


99,765 


99,635 


89,129 


165,667 


141,395 


81,235 


171,209 


330,409 


289,479 


279,478 


281,900 


5,721 


5,668 


5,107 


3,692 


4,964 


4,976 


4,492 


3,288 


4,184 


4,219 


3,993 


2,738 


780 


757 


499 


550 


757 


692 


615 


404 


620 


624 


579 


348 


137 


68 


36 


56 


112,664 


110,269 


100,681 


77,747 


41,814 


35,121 


36,438 


30,958 


32,431 


28,919 


27,614 


21,175 


9,383 


6,202 


8,824 


9,783 


60,063 


68,003 


59,085 


43,519 


53,182 


63,765 


53,397 


37,899 


6,881 


4,238 


5,688 


5,620 


10,787 


7,145 


5,158 


3,270 


9,767 


6,444 


4,286 


2,477 


1,020 


701 


872 


793 


18,872 


18,583 


13,249 


12,523 


8,103 


8,238 


5,075 


5,287 


2,266 


2,009 


2,377 


2,103 


5,837 


6,229 


2,698 


3,184 


4,879 


4,885 


3,5 30 


3,450 


1,632 


1,471 


1,621 


1,543 


3,247 


3,414 


1,909 


1,907 


5,890 


5,460 


4,644 


3,786 


2,562 


1,933 


2,842 


2,454 


3,328 


3,527 


1,802 


1,332 


15,979 


10,752 


15,714 


11,404 



4,649 
3,884 

765 
3,601 
3,203 

398 
7,729 
7,012 

717 



3,374 
2,655 

719 
2.473 
2,147 

326 
4,905 
4,257 



4,810 

4,186 

624 

3,427 
3,176 

251 
7,477 
7,012 

465 



3,853 
3,301 

552 
2,546 
2,292 

254 
5,005 
4,654 

351 



TABLE 4A 

Immigrant Aliens Admitted Under the Immigration and Nationality Act 

by Class of Admission Fiscal Year 1978-198 1 -Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



CLASS 



Total 5th preference 

5 th preference, brother or sisters of U.S. citizens 

New arrivals P51 

Adjustments, Section 245 P56 

5th preference, spouses of P51 andP56 

New arrivals P52 

Adjustments, Section 245 P57 

5th preference, children of P51 and P56 

New arrivals P5 3 

Adjustments, Section 245 P58 

Total 6th preference 

6th preference, needed skilled or unskilled workers 

New arrivals F6 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 P66 

6th preference, spouses of P61 and P66 

New arrivals P62 

Adjustments, Section 245 P67 

6th preference, children of P61 and P66 

New arrivals P63 

Adjustments, Section 245 P68 

Total 7th preference 

7th preference, conditional entries by refugees 

New arrivals P7 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 P76 

7th preference, cond. entries natural calamity victims P72 

Total nonpreference 

Nonpreference, NPl and NP6 

New arrivals NPl 

Adjustments, Section 245 NP6 

Nonpreference, accompanying 7th preference 

New arrivals NP2 

Adjustments, Section 245 NP7 

Total, suspension of deportation. Section 244 

Adjustments, Section 244, other than crewmen Zll 

Adjustments, Section 244, crewmen Z57 

Total, private law, adjustments Z41 

Total, foreigngov't. officials, Act of 9/1 1/57 Section 13 Z91 

Total, recaptured Cuban numbers 

Western Hemisphere aliens 

New arrivals SAl 

Adjustments, Section 245 SA6 

Nonwestern Hemisphere aliens, spouses of SAl and SA6 

New arrivals SA2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SA7 

Nonwestern Hemisphere aliens, children of SA 1 and SA6 

New arrivals SA3 

Adjustments, Section 245 SAB 

Total, exempt from numerical restriction 



92,227 



38,076 


39,039 


40,993 


47,332 


35,096 


34,883 


35,595 


38,685 


2,980 


4,156 


5,398 


8,647 


17,463 


17,053 


16,719 


16,885 


16,402 


15,955 


15,615 


15,337 


1,061 


1,098 


1,104 


1,548 


36,673 


34,075 


34,515 


33,237 


34,856 


32,242 


32,905 


31,248 


1,817 


1,833 


1,610 


1,989 


25,439 


25,786 


24,460 


18,354 


11,873 


12,599 


11,623 


8,888 


7,197 


7,026 


4,812 


2,830 


4,676 


5,573 


6,811 


6,058 


5,312 


5,372 


5,470 


4,183 


3,273 


2,794 


2,344 


1,560 


2,039 


2,578 


3,126 


2,623 


8,254 


7,815 


7,367 


5,283 


5,737 


4,422 


3,761 


2,545 


2,517 


3,393 


3,606 


2,738 


329 


12,222 


13,079 


10,309 


329 


12,222 


13,079 


10,309 


154 


11,237 


12,242 


9,601 


175 


985 


837 


708 


1,700 


1,344 


1,541 


54,120 


1,694 


1,335 


1,536 


54,051 


98 


191 


868 


46,667 


1,596 


1,144 


668 


7,384 


6 


9 


5 


69 


1 


2 


1 


22 


5 


7 


4 


47 


188 


112 


7 


90 


188 


109 


7 


84 


- 


3 


- 


4 


623 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


^ 


_ 


2 


56,682 


14,569 


13,413 


55,411 


56,345 


14,439 


13,358 


55,355 


54,818 


12,293 


12,846 


52,396 


1,527 


2,146 


512 


2,959 


123 


51 


21 


31 


42 


37 


18 


13 


81 


14 


3 


18 


214 


79 


34 


25 


44 


65 


22 


12 


170 


14 


12 


13 


266,191 


241,160 


180,870 


159,708 



TABLE 4A 

Immigrant Aliens Admitted Under the Immigration and Nationality Act 

by Class of Admission Fiscal Year 1978-1981 -Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



CLASS 
CODE 1- 



Total, immediate relatives of U.S. citizens 

Total, spouses of U.S. citizens 

New arrivals IRl 

Adjustments, Section 245 1R6 

Total, children of U.S. citizens 

New arrivals IR2 

Adjustments, Section 245 1R7 

Total, orphans adopted abroad 

New arrivals IR3 

Adjustments, Section 245 IRS 

Total, orphans to be adopted 

New arrivals IR4 

Adjustments, Section 245 IR9 

Total, parents of U.S. citizens 

New arrivals IRS 

Adjustments, Section 245 IRO 

Total, special immigrants 

Total, persons who lost citizenship 

Total, lost citizenship by marriage 

New arrivals SCI 

Adjustments, Section 245 SC6 

Total, lost citizenship by service in Armed Forces 

New anivals SC2 

Adjustments, Sectiv^n 245 SC7 

Total, ministers, spouses and children 

Total ministers 

New arrivals SDl 

Adjustments, Section 245 SD6 

Total, spouses of ministers 

New arrivals SD2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SD7 

Total, children of ministers 

New arrivals SD3 

Adjustments, Section 245 SD8 

Total, employees of U.S. gov't, abroad, spouses & children 

Total, employees of U.S. government abroad 

New arrivals SE 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 SE6 

Total, spouses of employees of U.S. gov't, abroad 

New arrivals SE2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SE7 

Total, children of employees of U.S. gov't, abroad 

New arrivals SE3 

Adjustments, Section 245 SE8 

Total, Panama Canal Act of 9/29/79 

Total, certain former emp. of the PC Co. and CZ gov't 

New arrivals SF 1 

Adjustments, Section 245 SF6 

Total, accompanying spouse or child of SFl and SF6 

New arrivals SF2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SF7 

Total, certain former emp. of U.S. gov't, in Panama CZ 



87,221 


90,887 


80,081 


78,057 


46,802 


46,498 


46,998 


44,991 


40.419 


44,389 


33,083 


33,066 


20.839 


21,423 


20,815 


18,602 


17,164 


16,878 


17,505 


15,357 


3,675 


4,545 


3,310 


3,245 


939 


997 


1,195 


1,326 


900 


913 


1,092 


1,258 


39 


84 


103 


68 


3,929 


4,142 


3,669 


3,989 


3,920 


4,122 


3,655 


3,918 


9 


20 


14 


71 


34,220 


33,682 


31,718 


23,845 


25,964 


24,593 


25,099 


18,554 


8,256 


9,089 


6,619 


5,291 


3,255 


3,142 


2,374 


1,907 


17 


50 


17 


9 


11 


37 


10 


6 


3 


2 


- 


_ 


8 


35 


10 


6 


6 


13 


7 


3 


2 


1 


_ 


_ 


4 


12 


7 


3 


1,692 


1,529 


1,368 


1,307 


762 


706 


627 


657 


390 


391 


395 


367 


372 


315 


232 


290 


310 


282 


263 


237 


221 


219 


202 


174 


89 


63 


61 


63 


620 


541 


478 


413 


474 


441 


367 


346 


146 


100 


111 


67 


720 


1,354 


989 


591 


240 


476 


299 


174 


234 


457 


295 


143 


6 


19 


4 


31 


160 


274 


219 


109 


159 


271 


211 


88 


1 


3 


8 


21 


320 


604 


471 


308 


318 


594 


462 


247 


2 


10 


9 


61 


826 


209 


(NA) 


(NA) 



116 
HI 

5 
284 



TABLE 4A 

Immigrant Aliens Admitted Under the Immigration and Nationality Act 
by Qass of Admission Fiscal Year 1978-1981-Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



CLASS 
CODE 



New arrivals SGI 

Adjustments, Section 245 SG6 

Total, accompanying spouse or child of SGI and SG6 

New arrivals SG2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SG7 

Total, certain emp. of PC Co. or CZ gov't, on 4/1/79 

New arrivals SHI 

Adjustments, Section 245 SH6 

Total, accompanying spouse or child of SHI and SH6 

New arrivals SH2 

Adjustments, Section 245 SH7 

Total, Special K Classes 

Total, adj. Stat, exempt num. rest., other than Section 245 

Cuban refugee CU6 

NonCuban spouse or child of a Cuban refugee CU7 

Refugee escapee (Act of 7/14/60) M83 

Hungarian parolee (Act of 7/25/58) M93 

Presumed admitted for lawful permanent residence XB3 

Section 6 Refugee Relief Act of 1953 Y64 

Suspension of deportation-other than crewmen Section 244 Z13 

Suspension of deportation-crewmen Section 244 Z56 

Section 249 entered 7/1/24-6/28/40 Z03 

Section 249 entered before 7/1/24 Z33 

Section 249 entered 6/29/40-6/30/48 Z66 

Private bUI Z43 

Section 13, Act of September 11, 1957 Z83 

Act of April 7, 1970 spouse of U.S. citizen IFl 

Act of AprU 7, 1970 chUd of IFl IF2 

Refugees adjusted, entered prior to 4/1/80 R86 

Indo-Chinese refugees. Section 101 IC6 

Spouse or chUd of IC6, Section 104 IC7 

Total, refugees. Act of 3/17/80 (P.L. 96-212) 

Adjustments, refugee RE6 

Adjustments, spouse of refugee RE7 

Adjustments, children of refugee RES 

Total, asylees. Act of 3/ 17/80 (P.L. 96-212) 

Adjustments, asylee AS6 

Adjustments, spouse of asylee AS7 

Adjustments, children of asylee AS8 

Total, other classes 

Child born abroad to alien resident NA3 

American Indian born in Canada S13 

Child born subsequent to issuance of Visa XA3 



196 


36 


219 


51 


218 


51 


1 


- 



112,621 


82,710 


36,964 


128,926 


3,894 


5,928 


11,265 


27,947 


67 


93 


113 


349 


- 


9 


4 


29 


1 


5 


1 


6 


17 


17 


_ 


13 


- 


1 


- 


3 


37 


51 


78 


64 


38 


90 


106 


210 


73 


95 


78 


149 


- 


4 


5 


3 
5,387 


4,740 


5,967 


4,123 


471 


645 


524 


619 


15,756 


46,058 


- 


- 


19,492 


22,328 


20,539 


93,614 


97 


169 


127 


532 


66,439 


NA 


NA 


NA 


46,323 


- 


- 




5,314 


- 


- 


- 


14,802 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1,498 


1,250 


NA 


NA 


1,064 


976 


- 


- 


177 


103 


- 


_ 


257 


171 


^ 


- 


3,167 


4,177 


3,354 


3,686 


2,856 


3,428 


3,203 


3,517 


146 


118 


60 


61 


165 


631 


91 


108 



NA - Not Applicable. 



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10,769 11,673 
2,816 i,«OE 



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JICFTERS CF CITIZENS ONE CHLCREN 

E SENS «^E nfLCHERS OF BESICENT JLIENS JNC THEIR CHILDREN 

CFTERS CF L.;. CITIZENS JNC THEIR SPOUSE! «ND CHIIDBEN 

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N/LS CB FIGHY SKILLED WORKERS 
S iNO CHLCREN CF PRlNCIf«LS 



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tURQPE 


5«&,60C 


330 

1 

2 

lin 

IT 

? 

in 

2 
19 


409 
P95 

231 

11 

•>46 

69 
4 52 

123 

119 
985 

6 74 

277 

539 

366 

59! 
175 

29 
968 
153 

5 

517 
203 

MB 
426 

'514 
82 

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60 

206 
536 

10 
85 


266,191 

34.800 

7 

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736 

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278 

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1.014 

5.oo^ 

107 

450 

1.782 

212 
2,028 

i 

1,037 

324 

f!204 

6e2 

15 3,752 
1.706 

8,650 

1,538 
3,31" 

N109 

1I92B 
1,311 
12.667 

65 

1I392 

1 

1.024 

23.864 


34.930 




















BULGARIA 


I?"! 


58 


CZECHUiLOVAKIA 


793 


210 


ESIONIA 




'10 








FRANCE 

CtRnANT 


I t'.-^^! 




ERtECE 












IRELANO 




498 


ITALY 


4 ,662 


2.99B 


LIECHTENSTEIN 


3 


3 


MONACO 


'. I6P 


134 








POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

RUMANIA 


•..Oil 


2.648 




I 711 
















TUGUSLAVIA ....II" 
AFGHANISTAN 


"'.2Z3 
14. "IS 7 
? .041. 

ilasi 


435 

132.388 
127 




















j„p„, 


I OB 3 




CHRISTHAs'isLAHo'" 
CUCU5 ISLANDS 


25.S03 
11 


19.2I6 


HBNG KONG 

INDIA 




1p!59B 


JAPAN .'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


11.10- 
2,-35 
3.M2 


1 ,806 
1,203 


"MPUCHEA 


. 12.749 


73 
28,819 
































HALDI»ES 


, 


_ 
























35,618 


SAUDI ARABIA 


159 





1,973 
15,737 



MIGRANTS ADMITTfO. Pt 



IMMICPANIS inni 



EKEMPI FTCH 

NUXEKICei 
LIMMAIIPNS 



SUBJECT TO 
NUIiE»IC«l 
Llf-ITATIONS 



rT TC EXtHPT FRUM 
'ten NUMERICAL 

»TIOI« LIHMATIUNS 



ASIA<CONTD.) 

SINGAPORE 101? 

SRI LANKA A*6 

STRIA J.IZT 

THAILAND * ,71') 

TURRET Z.Ttf. 

UNITED ARAP EBI9ATF; ?<l 

VIETNAM "15,631 

TEMEN (ADEN) 34 7 

TEMEN (SANAAI ?3n 

AFRICA ]5,0?o 

ALGERIA IP4 

ANGOLA I4« 

BENIN 77 

BOTSWANA 3 

BURUNDI 1 

CAMEROON 6" 

CAPE VERDE PA9 

CENTRAL AFRICAN RFP . 

CHAD 5 

COMOROS I 

CONGO 13 

ECTPT 3,366 

EQUATORIAL GUINFa ... p 

ETHIOPIA l,Tf) 

FR. SO. C ANTARCTIC . IB 

GABON 7 

GAMBIA. THF 27 

GHANA 1'>1 

GUINEA It 

GUINEA-BISSAU 7 

IVORT COAST 2e 

KENYA 657 

LESOTHO 7 

LIBERIA «56 

LIBYA 165 

MADAGASCAR 70 

NALAMI 46 

MALI 7 

MAURITANIA ? 

MAURITIUS 45 

MOROCCO 5i; 

M02AMBISUE B5 

NAMIBIA 24 

NIGER 11 

NIGERIA I.tlp 

REUNION I 

RWANDA 6 

ST HELENA 

SAO TOME C PRINCIPE . I 

SENEGAL 65 

SEYCHELLES 3] 

SIERRA LEONE 277 

SOMALIA 61 

SOUTH AFRICA 1,559 

SUDAN 65 

SHA2ILAN0 12 

TANZANIA 423 

TOGO 10 

TUNISIA 9B 

UGANDA 410 

UPPER VOLTA 4 

WESTERN SAHARA 1 

ZAIRE 77 

ZAMBIA 165 

ZIMBABWE 167 

OCEANIA 4.187 

AMERICAN SAMOA 5 

AUSTRALIA 1,281 

COOK ISLANDS 3 

FIJI 1,060 

FRENCH POLYNESIA .... 38 



1,038 
1,56'" 



IHHIGRANTS ADMITTED 



7APLE 6,<C0NTD.) 
PT TYPE m AONISSION AHO CPUNIRT DR REGION Of BIRT 
FISCAL TEAR 1991 



1ICRAHT5 AflMIITED 



CnUNTRT OR RECrON 



EXEMPT fROU 

NUMERICAL 
LIMITATIONS 



OCEANIKCONTD. I 

GUAR 

KIRIBATI 3 

NAURJ 

NEW CALEDONIA ? 

NEH ZEALAND 666 

PACIFIC 15, TRUST TFR IIP 

PAPUA NEK GUINEA .... 10 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS .... ^ 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 7 

TUVALU 

VANUATU (' 

HESTERN SAMOA *nn 

NORTH AMERICA 210, «;7 

CANADA II ,I<'1 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO ICI,?6n 

SI PIERRE I MIOUELPN « 

UNITED STATES H» 

CARIBBEAN 13,3CI 

ANGUILLA 116 

ANTIGUA '>71 

BAHAMAS, THE 546 

BARBADOS 7,394 

BERMUDA rOfl 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS . 22>> 

CATMAN ISLANDS .... 92 

CUBA ICPSB 

DOMINICA 721 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 18,22(1 

GRENADA I,I2n 

GUADELOUPE 7« 

HAITI 6,683 

JAMAICA 23.569 

MARTINIOUE 39 

HQNTSERRAT 191 

NETHERLAND ANTILIFS 26« 

PUERTO RICO I 

ST CHRIST-NEVIS ... 667 

ST LUCIA 733 

ST VINCENT C CRFNAO 799 

TRINIDAD C TOBAGO . A ,599 

TURKS C CA ICDS IS . 411 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 1 

CENTRAL AMERICA 24,509 

BELIZE I ,2B9 

COSTA RICA 1,359 

EL SALVADOR B ,210 

GUATEMALA 3,928 

HONDURAS 2,356 

NICARAGUA 2,752 

PANAMA 4,613 

SUUfH AMERICA 35,913 

ARGENTINA 2.236 

BOLIVIA 820 

BRAZIL 1,616 

CHILE 2.048 

COLOMBIA 10.335 

ECUADOR 5.129 

FALKLAND ISLANDS .... 2 

FRENCH GUIANA 7 

GUYANA 6,743 

PARAGUAY 153 

PERU 4,664 

SURINAHE 84 

URUGUAY 972 

VENEZUELA 1,104 

OTHER 6 

BORN ON SHIP/PLANE .. 6 

UNKMOHN COUNTRY 



4,170 
15,265 



136,259 
3,513 

3 
68,233 



1101 L«IIS AMD COUNTe» OR RfCIO^ OF BIP 



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U.S. 


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KINGDOn 




LAVIA 













BHUTA 

















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INDIA 










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KOREA 
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I,J17 


382 


28 7 


!65 


21 


1 


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127 






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461 






1,851 


B02 






55 


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364 






156 


229 


13 










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121 




35 


22 




10 






117 










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28 








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4,3*7 


3,159 

5 


30 7 


638 


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16 




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41 

253 





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ICWI- 


SPOUSE, 


•BROAO 10 








CHILD?/ 





S«UDI «R«PI« l-i"! 

SING«PUI<E inK 

SRI LANKA <4B 

StRIA 2,121 

THAILAND <,1S9 

lURHET ?,766 

UNITED ARAB EHIRATF5 21 

VIETNAH •i^,t31 

TEHE't (ADEN) 34 7 

TEHEN (SANAA) 230 

AFRICA !•> ,C?9 

ALGERIA 1K1 

ANGOLA I4« 

BENIN 77 

eOTSHANA 3 

CAMEROON 69 

CAPt VERDE P4>> 

CENTRAL AFRICAN RFP . 

COnURDS I 

CONGO 13 

OJ I BOH II B 

eCTPT 3.366 

EOUATURIAL CUINEl ... B 

ETHIOPIA 1,719 

FR. SU. t ANTARCTIC . IP 

GABON 7 

GHANA 951 

GUINEA 16 

GUINEA-BISSAU 7 

IVURT COAST ?n 

HENTA 657 

LESOTHO 7 

LIBERIA ••56 

LIBTA 165 

HADACASCAR 2Ct 

MALAWI t6 

HALI 7 

HAURITANIA ! 

MAURITIUS 45 

MOROCCO 512 

MOJAHBISUE n5 

NAMIBIA 2* 

NIGER 11 

NIGERIA I,91P 

REUNION I 

RHANOA 6 

SAD TOME C PRINCIPE . ] 

SENEGAL 65 

SEYCHELLES 31 

SIERRA LEONE 277 

SOMALIA 61 

SOUTH AFRICA 1,559 

SHAZILAMo'il.'II.*!!!" 1? 

TANZANIA 473 

TOCO 10 

TUNISIA 9B 

UGANDA 410 

UPPER VOLTA 4 

NESTERN SAHARA 1 

ZAIRE 77 

ZAMBIA 
ZIHBAB 

OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 5 

AUSTRALIA 1 ,?BI 

COOK ISLANDS 3 

FIJI 1,060 



ICP«NI5 »OMIIIeD BT 



S55C5 UNOEI 



lABlF 
Trtt M<16 



ItlON t«HS *ND CCIUNIRT OR 



CDUNIRr DR RECIDX 
Uf BIRTH 



Tt1«l SUBJECT 
IPHI- NU1EPI 

CRJIHT5 LlflllAI 



SPOUSES CHILDREN 

3F US DF US 

CITIZEN CITWENI/ 



•t/1/lO: PUB 

SPOUSE. «BRO«0 
CHILOZ/ «LIE^ 



FRENCH POLTtlESH .... 3P 

KIRIBATI 3 

NEH C«LEDUNI» 7 

NEH ;EJ)L«ND 666 

PUCIFIC IS, TRUST TFR lOP 

P*PU« NEH CUINEl .... 1(1 
PITC4IRN ISLANDS .... 

SDLUHUN ISLANDS 7 

TONGA ■•PB 

VANUATU ( 

HESIEKN SifClA 400 

NURIH AMERICA Z 10 ,121 

CANADA II. 191 

CREEfLAND *< 

me;iicu iri,26P 

SI PIERRE C HIOUELnn « 

UNITED STATES \1t 

CARIBfEAN 13^01 

ANGUILLA 116 

ANTIGUA 1Z9 

BAHAHAS. THE b1t> 

BARBADOS 2,V>H 

BERMUDA 20P 

BRIIISH VIRGIN IS . 22t 

CATfAN ISLANDS .... 12 

CUBA 10,851! 

DDNINICA 721 

DUNINICAN REPUBLIC 1B,2?0 

GRENADA I ,I2C 

GUADELOUPE 11 

HAITI 6,fB3 

JAHAICA 23.569 

HARTINiaUF 39 

M01T5ERRAT 191 

NETHERLAND AMTILLFS ?6« 

PUERTO RICO 1 

SI CHRIST-NEVIS ... S67 

ST LUCIA 733 

SI VINCENT C GRENAD 799 

TRINIDAD C TOBAGO . 4 .599 

TUIKS t CAICOS IS . AB 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 1 

AMEPICA 2A.509 

BELIZE 1 ,J89 

CUSIARICA 1,359 

EL SAL»AOOR 8,210 

GUATEHALA 3,926 

HONDURAS 2,35B 

NICARAGUA 2,752 

PANAMA 4.613 

SOUTH AMERICA ?5,913 

ARGENTINA 2,236 

BOLIVIA 820 

BRAZIL 1.616 

CHILE 2,0AB 

CDLOHBIA 10,335 

eCUADUR 5,129 

FALKLAND ISLANDS .... 2 

FRENCH GUIANA 7 

PARAGUAT 1S3 

PERU A,66A 

SURINAHE 64 

URUGUAY 972 

VENEZUELA 1,104 



RN ON SHIP/PLANE 



INCLUDES LECIIIN 
ACI DF 



CITIZENS, ORPHANS ADOPTED ABROAD, 
HHO ENTER rW UNITED STATES AS A 



AND ORPHANS lU BE ADOPTED. 



U.S. LAMFUL PERMANENT RESIDEN 



LIENS AND BABIES BORN AFTER THE 



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DENMARK ??9 

ESTONIA 12 

FINLAND 160 

FRANCE OOS 

CERMANT 2.433 

GIBRALTAR 3 

GREECE 1,093 

HUNGARY 343 

ICELAND RO 

IRELAND 404 

ITALY 1,664 

LATVIA 16 

LITHUANIA 1<) 

LUXEMBOURG 1? 

MALTA 34 

MONACO 7 

NETHERLANDS SOB 

NORWAY 164 

POLAND 2,366 

PORTUGAL 756 

ROMANIA 1,477 

SAN MARINO 3 

SPAIN 771 

SWEDEN 412 

SWITZERLAND 370 

U.S.S.R B.BIB 

UNITED KINGDOM 6,«I6 

YUGOSLAVIA 67? 

ASIA 131,9-^5 

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BAHRAIN 10 

BANGLADESH 160 

BHUTAN 2 

BRUNFI 3 

BURMA 67 

CHINA 6,5n7 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND .... 1 

COCOS ISLANDS 2 

CYPRUS 140 

HONG KONG 1,4 35 

INDIA 2,924 

INDONESIA 499 

IRAN 9,299 

IRAO 1,332 

ISRAEL 1,927 

JAPAN 1,812 

JORDAN 1.112 

KAMPUCHEA 12,676 

KOREA 3,B44 

KUWAIT 78 

LAOS 15,764 

LEBANON 1,789 

MACAU 83 

MALAYSIA 532 

MALDIVES I 

NEPAL 20 

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PAKISTAN 1,029 

PHItlPPINES B.I54 



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SntOHON ISLANDS 5 

TONGA 23? 

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WESTERN SANOA 161 

NORTH AMERICA 35,37i 

CANADA 5,2*3 

GRFFNIAND I 

MFIICO 9,4B« 

UNITED STATES 37 

CARIBBEAN 15.739 

ANGUILLA 33 

ANTIGUA 352 

BAHAHAS, THE 263 

BARBADOS 331 

BERHUOA 62 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS . B* 

CATHAN ISLANDS .... 36 

CUBA 5,892 

DOHINICA 153 

DOHINICAN REPUBLIC 2,073 

GRENADA IBO 

GUADELOUPE 16 

HAITI 1.103 

JAMAICA 3,371 

MARTINIOUE II 

HONTSERRAT 19 

NETHERLAND ANTILLES IM 

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ST LUCIA 210 

ST VINCENT t GRENAD 160 

TRINIDAD C TOBAGO . 767 

TURKS t CAICOS IS . 21 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 1 



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Refugees Granted Lawful Penuanenl Resident Status 
By Fiscal Year and Act Fiscal Years 1946 • 1981 



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1946 

1947 

1948 

1949 

1950 

1951 

1952 

1953 

1954 

1955 

1956 

1957 

1958 

1959 

1960 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 &T0(1 5 months). 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 

1981 



1,565,581 40.324 



121,964 
6,792 
7,302 
31,684 

75,958 
82,538 
3,956 
42,531 
21,091 



466 189,024 29,462 30,751 22,213 



19,796 142,103 392,027 156,898 61,814 66,439 



121,964 
6,792 
6,082 
2,615 



9,378 



4,419 

8,828 
35.615 
100,822 
16,864 
22,215 

26,403 

28,795 
30,907 
25,650 
34,665 

48,576 
78,485 
132,781 
45,128 
88,057 

107,573 



15,716 25,424 1,187 
5,679 5,067 8,870 

3.441 122 5,472 



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2,359 6.444 

3,210 6,651 25,752 

2,637 6,658 91,520 

985 9,533 6,343 

20 9,863 12,332 

36 6,436 19,931 

4 9.801 18.988 

9.311 21.596 

8.722 16.928 

9,090 25,575 

- 14,080 34,496 

9,575 68.910 

29 10.309 28.296 94.146 

4 13,079 11,378 20,666 
9 12,222 6,021 22,497 46.0: 



329 



3,961 19,589 15.756 66,439 



TABLE 10 

REFUGEES--AUTHORIZED ADMISSIONS AND APPROVALS 

BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF CHARGEABILITY 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



GEOGRAPHIC AREA 
OF CHARGEABILITY 



TOTAL 

Africa 

Asia 

Eastern Europe 

Latin America 

Near East 

Soviet Union 



REFUGEES 



Authorized Admissions^ 



T' 



217,000 

3,000 
165,600 
6,900 
4,000 
4,500 
33,000 



Approvals^ 



155,291 

3,784 
124,719 
7,694 
1,210 
6,733 
11,151 



^Authorized admissions are the total number of refugees allowed 
to enter the United States in a fiscal year, as directed by the 
President according to P.L. 96-212. 



^Approvals are the number of refugees approved for admission to 
the United States, by INS overseas offices, during the fiscal year. FY 
1981 approvals for Africa, Eastern Europe, and the Near East exceeded 
the authorized admissions. INS approval indicates that the refugee 
has been approved for entry to the United States, However, actual 
entry is dependent upon the availability of a refugee number for the 
specified area of chargeability. If no number is available, the 
refugee cannot enter the U.S. at that time, but must wait until a 
number is available. Therefore, approvals may exceed the authorized 
admissions, whereas, actual admissions by geographic area of charge- 
ability may not exceed the authorized admission figures. INS ad- 
mission data for the period are not available. 



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Table 13. 
ts Admitted by Country or Region of Birth 
Fiscal Years 1972-1981 



Country or region of birth 



All countries 

Europe 

Albania 

Andorra 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Liechtenstein 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg 

Malta 

Monaco 

Netherlands 

Norway 

Poland' 

Portugal 

Romania 

San Marino 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R 

United Kingdom 

Yugoslavia 

Asia 

Afghanistan 

Bahrain^ 

Bangladesh 

Bhutan 

Brunei 

Burma 

China^ 

Christmas Island 

Cocos Islands 

Cyprus 

Hong Kong 

India" 

Indonesia' 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan' 

Jordan' 

Kampuchea 

Korea 

Kuwait 

Laos 

Lebanon 

Macau 

Malaysia 

Maldives 

Nepal 

Oman 

Pakistan 

Philippines 

>ee footnotes at end of table. 



384,685 400,063 394,861 386,194 398,613 103,676 462,315 601,442 460,348 530,639 596,600 



89,993 


92,870 


81,212 


73.996 


72,411 


18,166 


70,010 


73,198 


60,845 


72,121 


66.695 


95 


320 


97 


39 


45 


10 


78 


6& 


39 


30 


11 

3 
367 


601 


528 


416 


402 


344 


108 


400 


467 


369 


401 


426 


325 


355 


329 


386 


101 


377 


439 


395 


426 


467 


302 


350 


213 


145 


205 


43 


206 


202 




188 


124 


1,783 


1,552 


683 


525 


551 


128 


575 


744 


763 


1,051 


793 


504 


428 


440 


353 


408 


120 


433 


409 


414 


504 


506 


27 


23 


28 


17 


25 




17 


17 


23 


20 


22 


412 


347 


307 


254 


291 


65 


277 


358 


327 


356 


317 


1,966 


1,845 


1,634 


1,364 


1,478 


397 


1,618 


1.844 


1,705 


1,905 


1,745 


6,848 


6,600 


6,320 


5.154 


5,836 


1,695 


6.372 


6.739 


6.314 


6,595 


6.552 


5 


8 


7 


7 


8 


1 


14 


16 


15 


8 


33 


11,021 


10,751 


10,824 


9,984 


8,417 


2,144 


7,838 


7.035 


5.090 


4,699 


4,361 


1.698 


1,624 


1,288 


882 


861 


205 


853 


941 


861 


819 


581 


195 


108 


84 


115 


132 


51 


137 


131 


140 


186 


176 


1.780 


2,000 


1.572 


1,285 


1,171 


302 


1.238 


1.180 


982 


1.006 


902 


21.427 


22,151 


15.884 


11.552 


8,380 


2.035 


7.510 


7.415 


6,174 


5.467 


4,662 


84 


43 


61 


48 


51 


14 


54 


52 


62 


54 


39 


2 


4 


5 


- 


4 


1 


6 


5 


6 


5 


3 


84 


74 


63 


48 


51 


23 


64 


73 


63 


61 


44 


31 


23 


36 


21 


24 




31 


21 


20 


23 


18 


245 


254 


308 


279 


180 


33 


193 


245 


273 


192 


168 


10 


8 


12 


6 


5 


3 


9 


13 


12 


11 


15 


988 


1.016 


1,024 


816 


943 


286 


1,014 


1,153 


1,145 


1,169 


999 


387 


415 


433 


387 


286 


79 


334 


423 


431 


403 


331 


4,797 


4,927 


4.046 


3.947 


3,808 


961 


4.010 


5,050 


4.418 


4.725 


5,014 


10,343 


10,751 


11,302 


11,845 


10,511 


2,455 


9,657 


10.445 


7.085 


8.408 


7,049 


1,329 


1,623 


1.552 


1,161 


2,179 


474 


2,015 


2.037 


1,554 


1.913 


1,974 


17 


19 


19 


13 


-1 


1 




7 


6 


7 


7 


4,386 


4,134 


3,390 


2,549 


2,254 


532 


2,487 


2,297 


1,933 


1,879 


1,711 


603 


573 


587 


482 


544 


166 


571 


638 


750 


768 


832 


695 


577 


534 


538 


597 


144 


610 


706 


665 


713 


601 


902 


1,248 


1,161 


5.118 


8,220 


1.856 


5,742 


5,161 


2,543 


10,543 


9,223 


10,078 


10,638 


10,710 


10,807 


11,392 


3,020 


12,477 


14,245 


13,907 


15,485 


14,997 


5,922 


7,582 


5,817 


3,524 


2,820 


704 


2,791 


2,621 


2,171 


2,099 


2,048 


121,058 


124,160 


130,662 


132,469 


149,881 


39,184 


157,759 


249,776 


189,293 


236,097 


264,343 



3,059 
1,491 
2,099 

5,777 

2,756 

39 

18.876 

94 

35 

1,984 

149 



5 
2.480 
29,376 



1,039 

1,917 
5,676 
2.450 
66 
22.930 



267 
4,629 
12,795 
447 
2,608 
2,281 



40 

i,028 

143 



554 

4,891 

15,785 

458 

2,337 

2,796 

2.125 

4,293 

2.578 

98 

28,362 

146 

96 



5,766 
17,500 
529 
2,700 
3,432 
2,982 
4,275 
2.566 
103 
30,803 



478 

5,632 

18,636 

778 

4,261 



30.917 
160 

237 

5,685 

297 

455 



408 
5,158 
20,772 

694 
5,861 
2,188 
3,276 
4,028 
3,483 
3,677 
29,288 

168 
4.369 
4.556 

326 

577 



15 
3,876 
37,216 



19,717 

820 

8,476 

2,871 

3.093 

4,063 

3,360 

1,432 

29,248 

303 

3,565 

4,634 

262 

623 

79 



22,607 

977 

10,410 

2,658 

3,517 

4,225 

3,322 

2,801 

32,320 

257 

13,970 

4,136 

261 

795 



31 
1,083 
25,803 



326 
4,055 

21,522 
1,006 

11,105 
2,535 
3,542 
3,896 
3,825 

12,749 

32,663 
317 

15,805 

3,955 

280 



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Table 13. 

Immigrants Admitted by Country or Region of Birth 

Fiscal Years 1972-1981 (Cont'd) 



Country or region of birth 



Qatar= 

Saudia Arabia 

Singapore 

Sri Lanka 

Syria 

Thailand 

Turkey 

United Arab Emirates^ 

Vietnam 

Yemen (Aden) 

Yemen (Sanaa) 

Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Benin 

Botswana 

Burundi 

Cameroon 

Cape Verde 

Central African Republic .... 

Chad 

Comoros 

Congo 

Djibouti 

Egypt 

Equatorial Guinea 

Ethiopia 

French So. & Antarctic Lands 

Gabon 

Gambia, The 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Guinea-Bissau 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Lesotho 

Liberia 

Libya 

Madagascar 

Malawi 

Mah 

Mauritania 

Mauritius 

Morocco 

Mozambique. 

Namibia 

Niger 

Nigeria 

Reunion 

Rwanda 

St. Helena 

Sao Tome & Principe 

Senegal 

Seychelles 

Sierra Leone 

Somalia 

South Africa 

Sudan 

Swaziland - 

Tanzania 

Togo 

Tunisia 

Uganda 

Upper Volta 

Western Sahara 

Zaire 

Zambia 

Zimbabwe 



1,899 

4,569 

139 

1,219 

6,655 



549 

7,723 



13 

55 

308 

376 

1,676 

3,945 

1,758 



i 397 

i 1,528 

\ 3,194 

! 1,764 

3 11 30 

9 88,543 22,546 

8 126 174 

6 258 203 



133 

322 

397 

1,658 

4,115 

2,233 

32 

43,483 

261 

160 



11,524 12,838 13,981 



5 


8 


7 


2,274 


1,831 


1,707 


- 


1 


2 


149 


276 


206 


7 


_ 


2 


8 


_ 


5 


487 


369 


275 


7 


10 


7 


5 




3 
11 


300 


386 


446 


3 




- 


195 


191 


163 


64 


66 


42 


5 


14 


10 


7 


19 


20 


2 




4 


5 




4 


22 


15 


23 


445 


455 


390 



27 


22 


20 


21 


19 


48 


65 


61 


66 


110 


16 


11 


10 


17 


22 


521 


503 


525 


586 


790 


41 


65 


43 


38 


40 


4 


3 


5 


7 


6 


271 


264 


243 


304 


304 


5 


7 


17 


7 


9 


1 12 


84 


67 


93 


61 


159 


339 


320 


859 


359 








2 


3 



159 

408 

448 

2,127 

4,799 

2,766 

24 

55,631 

347 

230 



5 

13 
3,366 
1,749 



267 


277 


43 


61 


960 


1,559 


83 


65 




12 


339 


423 


9 


10 



See footnotes at end of table. 



Table 13. 

Immigrants Admitted by Country or Region of Birth 

Fiscal Years 1972-1981 (Cont'd) 



Country or region of birth 



Oceania 

American Samoa' 

Australia 

Cook Islands 

Fiji 

French Polynesia 

Guam 

Kiribati' 

Nauru 

New Caledonia 

New Zealand 

Pacific Is. Trust Territory . . . 

Papua New Guinea 

Pitcaim Islands 

Solomon Islands 

Tonga 

Tuvalu' 

Vanuatu'** 

Western Samoa 

North America 

Canada 

Greenland 

Mexico 

St. Pierre & Miquelon 

United States' ' 

Caribbean 

Anguilla' ^ 

Antigua 

Bahamas, The 

Barbados 

Bermuda 

British Virgin Islands . . . . 

Cayman Islands 

Cuba 

Dominica 

Dominican Republic 

Grenada 

Guadeloupe 

Haiti 

Jamaica 

Martinique 

Montserrat 

Netheriands Antilles 

Puerto Rico 

St. Christopher-Nevis' ^ . . 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent & Grenadines. 

Trinidad & Tobago 

Turks & Caicos Islands . . . 

US Virgin Islands 

Central America 

Belize 

Costa Rica 

El Salvador 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Panama' ' 

South America 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

Chile 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Falkland Islands 

French Guiana 

Guyana 



3,051 



3,346 



3,591 



12-2 
too 1,236 1,116 1,366 

4 7 3 2 

388 431 684 699 

20 26 47 25 



,480 


1,281 


3 


3 


724 


1,060 


41 


38 


8 


3 


2 


5 


4 


2 


729 


666 


149 


108 



2 


_ 


4 


2 


6 


1 


6 


13 


6 


4 


6 


270 


329 


290 


354 


336 


132 


483 


464 


439 


322 


400 


144,377 


152,788 


151,445 


146,669 


142,307 


36,807 


187,346 


220,784 


157,579 


164.772 


210,427 


10,776 


8,951 


7,654 


7,308 


7,638 


2,458 


12,688 


16,863 

5 
92.367 


13,772 
52,096 


13.609 

7 
56,680 


11,191 

5 
101,268 


64,040 


70,141 


71,586 


62,205 


57,863 


16,001 


44,079 


2 


1 


6 


3 


1 


_ 


4 


9 


2 


6 


4 


76 


84 


2 


26 


53 


22 


79 


26 


86 


206 


149 


61,373 


64,769 


62,959 


67,430 


66,839 


15,528 


114,011 


91,361 


74.074 


73,296 


73,301 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


458 


408 


179 


148 


116 


344 


404 


461 


435 


529 


117 


835 


908 


770 


972 


929 


255 


365 


529 


256 


315 


91 


400 


585 


651 


547 


546 


1,620 


1,448 


1,461 


1,618 


1,743 


467 


2,763 


2,969 


2,461 


2,667 


2.394 


156 


148 


156 


162 


195 


50 


194 


249 


286 


195 


208 


221 


223 


242 


235 


246 


45 


580 


449 


320 


255 


229 


51 


56 


55 


91 


41 


17 


47 


103 


90 


95 


92 


20,045 


24,147 


18,929 


25,955 


29,233 


6,763 


69,708 


29.754 


15,585 


15.054 


10,858 


198 


258 


236 


274 


272 


105 


572 


595 


1.009 


846 


721 


10,760 


13,921 


15,680 


14,066 


12,526 


2,562 


11,655 


19,458 


17.519 


17.245 


18,220 


332 


420 


707 


568 


592 


195 


1,240 


1,206 


946 


1.198 


1,120 


79 


64 


51 


47 


77 


17 


44 


32 


47 


51 


74 


5,809 


4,786 


3,946 


5,145 


5,410 


1,281 


5,441 


6,470 


6,433 


6,540 


6.683 


13,427 


9,963 


12,408 


11,076 


9,026 


2,074 


11,501 


19,265 


19,714 


18,970 


23,569 


42 


21 


32 


36 


26 


8 


26 


46 


27 


40 


39 


190 


197 


184 


173 


203 


48 


168 


259 


153 


176 


191 


304 


280 


305 


257 


224 


59 


222 


319 


232 


273 


264 


383 


402 


425 


419 


650 


254 


896 


1,014 


786 


874 


867 


238 


264 


283 


278 


297 




545 


572 


953 


1,193 


733 


294 


347 


332 


346 


374 


82 


585 


679 


639 


763 


799 


6,615 


7,035 


6,516 


5,982 


4,839 


1,201 


6,106 


5,973 


5,225 


5,154 


4,599 


9 


16 

2 
8,842 


21 


11 


21 


10 


25 


48 


49 


40 


48 


8,110 


9,237 


9,696 


9,913 


2,797 


16,485 


20,153 


17,547 


20.968 


24,509 


475 


528 


573 


534 


500 


161 


930 


1,033 


1,063 


1.120 


1,289 


■907 


901 


752 


889 


1,137 


315 


1,664 


1,575 


1,467 


1.535 


1.359 


2,001 


2.042 


2,278 


2,416 


2,363 


659 


4,426 


5.826 


4,479 


6.101 


8,210 


1,640 


1,759 


1,638 


1,859 


1,970 


585 


3.599 


3.996 


2,583 


3.751 


3,928 


964 


1,330 


1,390 


1,357 


1,310 


288 


1.626 


2,727 


2,545 


2,552 


2.358 


606 


670 


942 


947 


934 


326 


1,850 


1,888 


1,938 


2,337 


2.752 


1,517 


1,612 


1,664 


1,694 


1,699 


463 


2.390 


3,108 


3,472 


3,572 


4.613 


19,359 


20,335 


22,307 


22,984 


22,699 


6,209 


32.954 


41,764 


35,344 


39.717 


35.913 


1,819 


2,034 


2.077 


2,227 


2,267 


522 


2,787 


3,732 


2,85^ 


2.815 


2.236 


551 


449 


479 


451 


522 


130 


699 


1.030 


751 


730 


820 


1,089 


1,213 


1,114 


1,070 


1,038 


265 


1,513 


1.923 


1.450 


1,570 


1,616 


857 


1,139 


1,285 


1,111 


1,266 


415 


2,596 


3.122 


2.289 


2.569 


2,048 


5,173 


5,230 


5,837 


6,434 


5,742 


1,470 


8,272 


11.032 


10.637 


11.289 


10,335 


4,337 


4,139 


4,795 


4,727 


4,504 


1,128 


5,302 


5.732 


4.383 


6,133 


5,129 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 


2 


3 


3 


2 


6 


9 


6 


6 


_ 


1 


6 


16 


4 


14 


7 


2,826 


2,969 


3,241 


3,169 


3,326 


1,171 


5,718 


7,614 


7.001 


8,381 


6,743 



See footnotes at end of table. 



Table 13. 
Admitted by Country or Region of Birth 
Fiscal Years 1972-1981 (Cont'd) 



Country or region of birth 


1972 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


TQ 

1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


Paraguay 

Peru 


109 
1,443 
73 
591 
485 

2 


108 
1,713 
75 
617 
640 


135 
1,942 
87 
705 
604 


119 

2,256 
106 
781 

527 


110 
2,640 
78 
676 
530 

1 


32 
716 

13 
155 
191 


216 

3,903 

48 

1,156 

736 


202 

5,243 

74 

1,052 

990 


175 
4.135 
65 
754 
841 


181 

4,021 

114 

887 

1,010 


153 

4,664 

84 


Uruguay 

Venezuela 

Bom On Board Ship/Plane 


972 
1,104 

6 



' Historical data for Danzig are included in Poland. 

'Data for Bahrain, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates for 1971-1973 are included under Bahrain. 

'Historical data for Outer MongoUa and Taiwan are included in China. 

'Historical data for Portuguese India are included in India. 

^Historical data for Irian Barat are included in Indonesia. 

* Historical data for Bonin Islands, Okinawa, and Ryukyu Islands are included in Japan. 

''Historical data for Palestine are mduded in Jordan. 

"Historical data for Swains Island are included in Amencan Samoa. 

'Historical data for Gilbert (now Kiribati) and EUice (now Tuvalu) Islands are included in Kiribati. 

° Historical data for New Hebrides, both British and French, are included in Vanuatu. 

' Historical data for Wake and Midway Islands are included in the United States. 

'Pnor to fiscal year 1977, historical data for Anguilla were included in St. Christopher-Nevis. 

'Historical data for the Canal Zone are included in Panama. 



37 



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BFLGIUM 

BUtG«RU 

CZECHOSLnv«KI« 

OENM«RK 

fSTONI« 

FINLtND 

FRANCE 

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GtBRtlTtR .... 
EREECF 



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ITILV 

LATVIl 

LIECHTENSTEIN 
LITHUtNI* .... 
LUXFNBOURG ... 
XUTH 

nONtcD 

NETHERl«NDS .. 



tFGHtNISTaN 
B/IHR>IN .... 
BINGL'OESH . 

BHUTtN 

BRUNEI 

BURN! 

CHINt 



HONG KONG 

INDIt 

TNOONFSI« 

IR«N 

IR«0 

ISRtFl 



T«BLE IS. 

•OHITTEO ST COUNTRY OR RECTO 
FISCH TE«R I9BI 



p«i; 

PHILl 

0«T«R 



T«BLE 15.- CONTINUED 
•nUTTTFO "T COUNTRY f" BFCIOW OF 
FISOl IfEHI! I9BI 



TH«IL<ND *,T>V 

TURKFT 2. 766 

UNITED <lt>B FMIRITES ?♦ 

VIFTN/IH ;«,63t 

TFMEM ««OFNJ 3«T 

TFHFN IS«N«tl ?30 

AFRICA I5.0P9 

tlCFRIt IB* 

INGDIH !«♦ 

BENIN T7 

BnTSH«N« 3 

BURUNPI ■> 

C»MFRPON ft' 

C«PF VFROE "♦'' 

CENTR«l »FRIC«M RFP . ? 

CHID ^ 

CDHORHS 1 

cmco 13 

DJIBnuTI B 

FCYPT 3,366 

EOUHTPRKl GUINF« ... B 

FTHinPIA 1.7*9 

FR. Sfl. t ANTARCTIC . IB 

GABON 7 

GAMBIA. THF 77 

GUINEA 16 

GUINEA-BISSAU 7 

IVORY COAST 7B 

KENYA 657 

LESOTHO 7 

IIBERIA 5S6 

LIBYA 165 

MADAGASCAR 20 

MALAWI <6 

MALI 7 

MAURITANIA ? 

MAURITIUS 45 

MOROCCO 51? 

MD7AHBI0UF B5 

NAMIBIA 7« 

NIGER II 

NIGFRIA I, 'IB 

REUNION I 

RUANDA 6 

SAO TOME t PRINCIPE . I 

SENEGAL 65 

SEYCHELLES 31 

SIERRA LEONE ?77 

SOMALIA 61 

SOUTH AFRICA 1.559 

SUDAN 65 

SHAZILAND I? 

TAN7ANIA *73 

TOGO 10 

TUNISIA 98 

UGANDA 410 

UPPER VOLTA ♦ 

WESTERN SAHARA I 

ZAIRE 77 

ZAMBIA 165 

ZIMBABWE 167 

OCEANIA 4.IB7 

AMERICAN SAMOA 5 

AUSTRALIA l.?BI 

COOK ISLANDS 3 

FIJI 1.060 

FRENCH POLYNESIA .... 38 

KIRIBATI 3 

NAURU 5 

NEW CALEDONIA 2 

NEW ZEALAND 666 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 108 

PAPUA MEW GUINEA .... 10 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS .... 5 



TONG« .. 
V«NU«TU 
HfSTFBN 



C"""' 


... 11. I"! 






ST PIF»RF E HIOUFl 
UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 


73,701 



SAPBAOnS 

BRITISH VIRGIN I"; 



ST lUCIA 

ST VINCENT t C»FN«n 
TRINIOAO E TOBACr . 
TUR«S E CAICnS IS . 
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 



BELIZE 

CnSTA RICA . 
SALVADOR 
•TEHAIA .. 



LAND ISLANDS 



PERU 
SURIN 

URUCU 



TABLE l?. - CONTINUED 
INHIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY PR RECIDH OE BIRTH AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR I9BI 



1,036 
?,I?3 



ON SHIP/PLANE 



41 



«Ll COUMTRIf" 



IHMICRINTS 



EUROPF 

>Le>Ni« 

tNOnRR* 

tUSTRIt 

tFLCIUM 

BULORM 

CrECMOSlOV«KI« .. 

OENM>RK 

FSTONIt 

FINLtND 

FRtNCF 

CFRHINT 

GIBR<IT«R 

GREECF 

NUNGtRT 

ICELIND 

IREL«NO 

IT«LT 

l«TVI< 

tIECHTFNSTEIM ... 

IITHU«MI« 

lUIEHBOURG 

n«LT« 

MONtcn 

NFTHERLtNOS 

NORHIT 

POLtNO 

PORTUGIL 

ROHINK 

SAN HtRINO 

SPtIN 

SWEDEN 

SHIT^ERl•ND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM .. 
TUGOSltVIt 

<SI« 

IFGHtNISTtN 

B«HR>IN 

BANGLIDESH 

BHUTAN 

BURN* 

CHIN* 

CHRISTNAS ISLAND 
COCOS ISLANDS ... 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

imiA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAB 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAHPUCHFA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

NACAU 

NALATSIA 

NEPAL ...Iir^IIII 

OHAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIa'IIII 

SINGAPORF 

SRI LANKA 

STRIA 



!,?«? !.?■■ 



T«I11F 15. - CnNTINUCO 
!<NTS «nPITTEO PY COUNTRY OS RECinW TF PIPTH 4NP «GE 
FISOL YF«P I9RI 



TnT«L 

COUNTRY OR RFCION IMNJ- 

PF BIRTH 6R«NTS 

.SIACCONTD. ) 

THAIlUNtl 4,799 

TURKEY 2,766 

UNITED «R«B EWI»«TES ?* 

¥ieTN«>l 55,>.3I 

YEMEN IHOENI 3*7 

YEMEN (S«N««I ?10 



«FRIC« 15,029 

>LGERI« IK* 

•NGOL* 144 

BENIN 77 

BOTSMIIN* 3 



OHEROON 

C«PE VERDE 

CENTRHl <ERIC<N PEP 
CHID 



DJIBOUTI R 

ECYPT 3,366 

EOUITCRItl 9UINE» ... B 



G«HBI«, THE 21 

GH«N« 951 

GUINE* 16 

GUINE«-BISS«U 7 

IVORY CO«ST ?B 

KENT* 657 

LESOTHO 7 

LIBERIA 556 

LIBY« 165 

H<D>G<SC«R ?0 

MAL«HI 46 

H«ll 7 

H«URIT>NU 2 

HtURITIUS 45 

NOROCCO 51? 

HD74NBI0UE 85 

NlHIBIt 74 

NIGER II 

NIGERU 1,918 

REUNION I 

RUINO* 6 

5*0 TONE t PRINCIPE . I 

SENFGtL 65 

SEYCHELLES 31 

SIEfllM LEONE ?77 

SONDLia 61 

SOUTH »FRIC» 1,559 

SUD«N 65 

swtriitNo I? 

TtNrtNia 4?3 

TOGO 10 

TUNISU 98 

UG«NO/l 410 

UPPER VOITH 4 

WESTERN StH«R« I 

Z«I»E 77 

7«HBI< 165 



>MERIC«N S«HO« 

•USTRtLIt 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA ... 

KIRIBATI 

NAURU 

NEH CALEDONIA 

NEM ;ealano 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TE 
PAPUA NEM GUINEA ... 
PirCAIRN ISLANDS . .. 



i«Btf IS. - cPNTiNiien 

•DMITIFO BY COUNTRY HR RFCIdX 
FISC»l YF«» Iifni 



tnT«i 

iMMi- »n-«» 

GR«MTS YE«R"; 



OCEANIA(CONTD. ) 

SOLOm™ I5t«ND^ 7 

TONi;« •■KX 

VHNUtTU 6 

MFSIFBM S«MO« 'no 

wnRTH «><FRIC« 710, «?7 

c<N<n< II.I<>I 

GREFNUNH ■> 

MFIICO I0I,76n 

ST PIFRRF I MTOUEION 4 

OMITFP STATES M' 

C»RIBPF»N 73,101 

INGUILK 116 

• NTICU" •>?•> 

B«H«M«S, THE S»6 

P«RB«DnS ?,?9« 

BFRHUD4 ,, ?0n 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS . 729 

CSYMN ISL/INOS .... 12 

CUB« 10,(>5n 

DOHINICA 721 

00"INIC«N RFPUBIIC IB,??0 

GRFN«0« 1,!?0 

CUAOFinUPE 74 

HAITI 6,6B3 

KARTINIOUF 39 

HONTSERRAT I")! 

NFTHFRtAND ANTILLES ?64 

PUFRTO RICO I 

ST CHRIST-NEVIS ... B67 

ST lUCIA 733 

ST VINCENT C CRENAn 799 

TRINIDAD t TOBACr . 4 ,">99 

TURKS C CAICnS IS . 4B 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS I 



CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

AS 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOIIVIA 

BRAZIL 

coloxbH".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

ECUADOR 

FALKLAND ISLANDS ... 

FRENCH GUIANA 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAHE 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 



3,9ZS 
?,3S8 
P,752 
4,613 



OH SMIP/PLANF 



I«BLE 16. 

AlIEK POPULATION BY STATE OF RESIDENCE 

I94C, l';55, 196C, 1965, 1970, 1975, AKO 1980 

lEK REGISTRATION OF I9«0 AND ALIEN AtDRESS REPORTS RECEIVED FCR 1955, I960, 1965, 1970, 1975 AND 1980 



19*0 1955 1960 1965 197C 1975 1980 19<i0 1955 1960 1965 1970 1975 1900 

TCT4L 5,009,857 2,336,720 2,948,973 3,393,209 4, 247, 377 4,714,005 5,381,107 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 ICO.O 100.0 

AlACAPA 5,132 2.695 4,5e' '',06'' 6,179 8,608 11,105 0.1 0.1 0.2 0-2 C' 0.2 2 

ALASKA 3,405 1,594 2,597 2,822 3,(26 4,384 5,701 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 

A»I2CNA 31,954 29,696 35.163 43,7C2 49,3C3 60,143 72,387 0.6 1.3 1.2 1.3 1.2 1.3 r'j 

ARKANSAS 3,389 1,513 2,147 7,470 2,568 3,895 6,445 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 o'l 

CALIFCRNIA 542,464 380,091 567,484 810, 4C0 981,842 1,129,706 1,440,491 10.8 16.3 19.2 23.9 23.1 24.0 26!b 

CCICRADO 27,473 17,767 19,536 21,098 22,936 29,203 38,125 0.5 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.5 0.6 7 

CCNNECIICUT 158,128 68,613 75,2se 79,865 109,349 99,009 96,865 3.2 2.9 2.6 2.4 2.6 2.1 lis 

DELAWARE 6,428 3,154 4,942 4,627 5,910 6,084 6,061 O.l 0.1 0.2 0.1 O.l 0.1 o" ' 

DISTRICT CF COLUHeiA . 14,752 12,918 17,766 16,610 18,394 13.867 10,823 0.3 0.6 0.6 0.5 0.4 0.3 o'2 

FLORIDA 41,327 41,580 83,577 175,219 290,237 371,114 412,801 0.8 1.8 2.8 5.2 6.8 7.9 7)7 

GEORGIA 5,187 4,933 9,CC6 12,596 17,234 21,725 29,084 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 C.4 0.5 0.5 

HAliAII 91,447 57,686 51,316 46,352 53,003 65,339 73,018 1.8 2.5 1.7 1.4 1.2 1.4 14 

IDAHO 8,232 3,900 4,882 4,398 4,942 5,761 7,621 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 1 

ILLINOIS 325,070 138,243 199,405 197,734 263,935 286,581 306,914 6.5 5.9 6.8 5.8 6.2 6.1 57 

I^DIANA 44,385 23,566 29,269 27,552 30,262 32,187 34,542 0.9 1.0 1.0 0.8 0.7 0.7 o;6 

IOk« 24,646 12,498 9,938 10,070 11,012 11,862 17,578 0.5 0.5 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3 3 

KANSAS 15,955 7,608 10,650 11,766 11,660 12,866 17,949 0.3 0.3 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 n's 

KENTUCKY 5,558 3,509 5,355 6,612 7,472 8,823 10,518 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 0*2 

LOUISIANA 17,310 9,364 13,001 17,646 23,207 23,882 37,473 0.3 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.5 0.5 o'.l 

CAINE 47,233 18,216 19,967 20,040 20,414 14,946 13,813 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 C.5 0.3 0.3 

'ARYLANO 37,792 21, '58 28,411 33,639 48,023 59,562 67,254 0.8 0.9 1.0 1.0 1.1 1.3 12 

HASSACMUSETTS 364,421 119,044 127,710 133,000 168,516 176,955 178,122 7.3 5.1 4.3 3.9 4.0 3.8 33 

'IChlGAN 303,103 131,158 141,719 131,210 145,740 140,311 141,823 6.1 5.6 4.8 3.9 3.4 3.0 2 6 

''I^^ESCTA 61,433 20,675 25,439 20,883 22,291 22,821 32,835 1.2 0.9 0.9 0.6 0.5 0.5 0.6 

MISSISSIPPI 3,219 1,589 2,810 3,195 3,620 5,131 6,118 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 O.l 0.1 

MISSOURI 43,550 17,755 21,162 20,381 23,828 22,859 25,239 0.9 0.8 0.7 0.6 0.6 0.5 5 

'CMANA 13,777 4,841 5,263 4,946 3,858 3,819 4,493 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 

fieOiiH 18,933 7,881 7,755 7,410 6,451 7,867 8,573 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2 

^EVADA 6,116 2,673 4,465 7,407 9,171 12,705 22,682 O.l 0.1 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.3 0.4 

NEfc HAMPSHIRE 30,538 9,555 10,344 11,121 13,087 12,618 11,712 0.6 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 

NEk JERSEY 279,199 105,329 151,437 176,835 232,967 269,379 275,591 5.6 4.5 5.1 5.2 5.5 5.7 5 1 

NEk MEXICO 12,402 9,462 12,712 17,CC3 14,989 17,291 21,273 0.2 0.4 0.4 0.5 0.4 0.4 4 

NEk YORK 1.257,501 470,582 553,703 620,119 820,578 794,508 801,411 25.1 20.1 18.8 18.3 19.3 16.9 i^'g 

NORTH CAROLINA 4,207 4,530 10,173 11,420 13,678 19,829 24,819 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.4 o's 

NORTH DAKOTA 10,462 3,120 2,865 2.977 2,404 2,828 3,204 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.1 0.1 O.l oil 

CHIC 203,038 97,324 108,892 82,320 57,929 90,488 88,260 4.1 4.2 3.7 2.4 2.3 1.9 16 



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52,570 17,587 17.'43 17,507 26,3 



109,970 107,781 115,308 7.4 4.9 4.3 3.0 2.6 2.3 2.I 



SOLTH CARCLINA 2,188 2,198 3,679 ',868 7,941 10,879 14,217 

SOUTH DAKOTA 7,400 1,777 2,370 2,024 1,464 1,817 2,338 

TENNESSEE 5,137 3,584 5,401 7,163 8,524 11,345 15,251 

TEXAS 213.898 196,477 237,514 24f,8f0 257,876 327,668 468,025 

UTAH 10,487 10,993 12,260 13,080 12,788 13,099 17,118 

VIRGINIA 10,093 9,157 18,825 22,854 30,805 42,625 59,783 

hASHINGTON 81,636 44,980 51,217 50,914 63,248 63,577 83,928 



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2,352 2,097 2,605 3,251 



POSSESSIONS 18,707 6,309 17,036 46,225 82,691 83,226 73,941 

<-«M - 1,328 8,172 7,662 12,042 16,468 13,073 

LERIO RICO 14,654 3.414 5,578 30,608 51,548 46,327 42,809 

IRGIN ISLANDS 3,853 1,567 3,286 7,955 19,101 20,431 18,059 

OTHER 6,528 - - - - 65,976 24,989 



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Fiscal Years 1907-1981 



Declarations 
filed 



Petitions 
filed 



Persons naturalized 



Petitions 
denied 



1907-1981 
1907-1910 . . . 
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 . 

1961-1970 

1961 . 

1962 . 

1963 . 

1964 . 

1965 . 

1966 . 

1967 . 

1968 . 

1969 . 

1970 . 



1971-1980 . . 

1971 . . . 

1972 . . . 

1973 . . . 

1974 . . . 

1975 . . . 

1976 . . . 
1976, TQ. 

1977 . . . 

1978 . . . 

1979 . . . 

1980 . . . 



8,809,604 


11,105,724 


9,841,700 


618,985 


10,460,685 


495,946 


526,322 


164,036 


111,738 


- 


111,738 


17,702 


2,686,909 


1,381,384 


884,672 


244,300 


1,128,972 


118,725 


2,709,014 


1,884,277 


1,716,979 


56,206 


1,773,185 


165,493 


1,369,479 


1,637,113 


1,498,573 


19,891 


1,518,464 


45,792 


920,284 


1,938,066 


1,837,229 


149,799 


1,987,028 


64,814 



224,123 
221.796 
115,664 
42,368 
31,195 
28,787 
37.771 
60.187 
64,866 
93,527 

323,818 



144,892 



15,921 
15,120 
14,478 
14,374 
13,082 
12.957 
12,465 
13.594 
14,102 
18,799 

124,005 



19,657 
21,151 
17.385 
14,043 
12,156 
10,714 
2,723 
7,500 
7,302 
6,012 
5,362 



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 

,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 



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



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



1,142,985 1,084.195 



975 
1,585 
1,575 
13,745 
11,958 
7,204 
845 
916 
1,308 
1,594 

36,068 



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

1,120,263 



138,718 
129,682 
121,170 
113,218 
106,813 
104,853 
108,369 
103,085 
102,317 
114,760 



130,731 
124,972 
121,618 
109,629 
101,214 
100,498 
102,211 
100,288 
93,251 
99,783 



1,719 
2,335 
2,560 
2.605 
3,085 
2,561 
2,691 
2,438 
5,458 
10,616 

66,926 



132.450 
127,307 
124,178 
112,234 
104,299 
103,059 
104,902 
102,726 
98,709 
110,399 

,464,772 



109,897 
121,883 
126,929 
136,175 
149,399 
157,932 
41,220 
186,354 
168,854 
165,434 
192,230 



107,740 
112,944 
124,807 
135,323 
136,873 
46,705 
154,568 
168,409 
158,276 
153,343 



9,549 
8,475 
7,796 
6,848 
6,214 
5,631 
1,513 
5,305 
5,126 
5,874 
4,595 



4,090 



108,407 
116,215 
120,740 
131,655 
141,537 
142,504 
48,218 
159,873 
173,535 
164,150 
157,938 



V69 
8,348 
13,656 
7,297 
9,782 
6,575 
3,953 
2,887 
2,271 
2,276 

27,569 



2,395 
2,163 
2,300 
2,084 
4,571 
3,935 
2,948 
2,688 
2,208 
2,277 

23,557 



3,175 
3,557 
2,436 
2,309 
2,059 
2,029 
2,008 
1,962 
2,043 
1,979 

27,978 



2,028 
1,837 
1,708 
2,210 
2,300 
2,231 
568 
2,845 
3,894 
3,987 
4,370 



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53 



Table 22. 

Persons Naturalized by Country or Region of Former Allegiance 

Fiscal Years 1972-1981 



Country of 
former allegiance 



All Countries . 

Europe 

Albania 

Andorra 

Austria 

Belgium 

Bulgaria 

Czechoslovakia . . 

Denmark 

Estonia 

Finland 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hungary 

Iceland 

Ireland 

Italy 

Latvia 

Liechtenstein . . . 

Lithuania 

Luxembourg. . . . 

Malta 

Monaco 

Netherlands . . . . 

Norway 

Poland 

Portugal 

Romania 

San Marino . . . . 

Spain 

Sweden 

Switzeriand . . . . 

U.S.S.R 

United Kingdom. 
Yugoslavia 

Asia 

Afghanistan . . . . 

Bahrain' 

Bangladesh 

Bhutan 

Burma 

China 

Cyprus 

India 

Indonesia 

Iran 

Iraq 

Israel 

Japan^ 

Jordan 

Kampuchea 

Korea 

Kuwait 

Laos 

Lebanon 

Malaysia 

Maldives 

Nepal 

Oman 

Pakistan 

Philippines . . . . , 

Qatar' 

Saudi Arabia. . . 

Singapore 

Sri Lanka 

Syria 

Thailand 



116,215 


120,740 


131,655 


141,537 


142,504 


48,218 


159,873 


173,535 


164,150 


157,938 


166,317 


44,934 


47,735 


48,014 


50,268 


49,322 


13,049 


47,480 


47,633 


41,760 


35,191 


35,235 


109 


113 


152 


165 




40 


130 


137 


120 


114 


99 



51 


60 


60 


154 


152 


157 


1,083 


1,067 


1,035 


6,953 


6,670 


5,785 


4,243 


5.423 


5,551 


1,474 


1.313 


1,145 


25 


25 


20 


1,751 


1,771 


1,575 


8,375 


8,902 


8,898 


219 


188 


142 



3,152 

2,035 

831 



95 
9,434 



3,198 

3,326 

463 



!,097 30,349 37,804 



93! 

174 

3,069 

3,728 
703 
32 



194 

314 

550 

8,532 

3.273 

44.942 



220 

53 

133 

1.006 

5.056 

6.595 

1.059 

28 



2 

547 

14,765 



43 
120 
1.137 
4,856 
6,151 
1,106 
26 



76 
136 
1,096 
4,278 
5,758 
1.448 

41 
1,047 



750 

154 

2,970 

3,599 

1,025 

20 



3,437 
4,866 
1,075 



123 
2,713 



208 

762 

8,065 

2,438 

63,688 



5,574 6,477 



1,132 
672 
1,419 
1,550 
1,566 



1,217 
754 
1,280 
1,336 
1,383 



697 
5,410 



1,211 

7,282 
2,021 



146 
5 

354 
12,524 

142 
6,552 

283 
1,591 

823 
1,280 
1,747 
1,424 



22 5 11 32 36 74 

7,450 2,459 10.446 12,575 13,406 14,703 



34 

1,221 



91 

10 

541 

104 

1,948 

3,237 

1,076 

644 
93 

187 
2,566 
8,120 
1,925 



67.390 73,516 



1,284 1,406 



280 

12,048 

223 

7,233 

230 

1,677 

1,037 

1,706 

1,216 

1,376 

398 

13,258 

14 

199 



7 
1,373 
16,976 



155 

625 

1,396 



See footnotes at end of table. 



Country of 
fonner allegiance 



Table 22. 

Peisons Naturalized by Country or Region of Former Allegiance 

Fiscal Years 1972-1981 (Cont'd) 



Turkey 

United Arab Emirates' . . . 

Vietnam 

Yemen (Aden) 

Yemen (Sanaa) 

Arabian Peninsula' 

Africa 

Algeria 

Angola 

Benin 

Botswana 

Burundi 

Cameroon 

Cape Verde 

Central African Republic . 

Chad 

Comoros 

Congo 

Djibouti 

Egypt 

Equatorial Guinea 

Ethiopia 

Gabon 

Gambia, The 

Ghana 

Guinea 

Guinea-Bissau 

Ivory Coast 

Kenya 

Lesotho 

Liberia 

Libya 

Madagascar 

Malawi 

Mali 

Mauritania 

Mauritius 

Morocco 

Mozambique 

Namibia 

Niger 

Nigeria 

Rwanda 

Sao Tome & Principe . . . . 

Senegal 

Seychelles 

Sierra Leone 

Somalia 

South Africa 

Sudan 

Swaziland 

Tanzania 

Togo 

Tunisia 

Uganda 

Upper Volta 

Zaire 

Zambia 

Zimbabwe 

Oceania 

Australia 

Fiji 

Kiribati 

Nauru 

New Zealand 

Pacific Is. Trust Territory. 

Papua New Guinea 

Solomon Islands 



477 


675 


936 


17 


2 


29 


181 


157 


140 



,828 8,846 
128 207 

358 286 



16 


15 


17 


12 


5 


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NA 


NA 


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- 


3 


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1 


1 


5 


1 


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2 


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NA 


NA 

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NA 


NA 


NA 


- 


- 


1 






1 


1 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


_ 


637 


958 


1,988 


2,251 


530 


48 


28 


44 


47 


9 



See footnotes at end of table. 



55 



Table 22. 

Peisons Naturalized by Country or Region of Former Allegiance 

1972-1981 (Cont'd) 



Country of 
Former Allegiance 



Tonga 

Tuvalu 

Vanuatu 

Western Samoa 

North America 

Canada 

Mexico 

Caribbean 

, The 

dos 

Cuba 

Dominica 

Dominican Republic 

Grenada 

Haiti 

Jamaica 

St. Lucia 

St. Vincent & Grenadines. 

Trinidad & Tobago 

Central America 

Costa Rica 

El Salvador 

Guatemala 

Honduras 

Nicaragua 

Panama 

South America 

Argentina 

Bolivia 

Brazil 

ChUe 

Colombia 

Ecuador 

Guyana 

Paraguay 

Peru 

Uruguay 

Venezuela 

U.S. Possessions^ 

Stateless & Not Reported 



28 


47 


30 


50 


46 


13 


85 


63 


63 


92 


86 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


_ 


_ 


_ 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


- 


1 


29 


64 


79 


90 


99 


24 


139 


165 


133 


97 


129 


34,451 


33 988 


36,050 


34,794 


34,676 


16,720 


43,085 


45,389 


44,161 


41,785 


43,808 


4.835 


4,739 


4,084 


3,548 


3,384 


1,077 


3,759 


3,594 


3,085 


2,823 


2,662 


5,850 


5,507 


5,206 


5,781 


5,602 


1,505 


6,301 


8,662 


8,046 


9.341 


9,545 


21,283 


21,170 


23,940 


22,692 


22,927 


13,323 


29,931 


29,315 


29,138 


25,426 


26,846 


NA 


NA 


50 


52 


45 


20 


64 


74 


86 


61 


44 


169 


214 


347 


450 


545 


127 


529 


666 


780 


538 


631 


18,397 


17,415 


18,394 


15,546 


15,138 


11,137 


20.506 


16,053 


13.317 


12,717 


11,329 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


_ 


_ 


29 


930 


1.104 


1.430 


1.518 


1,538 


426 


1.904 


2.504 


3.350 


3.392 


5,720 


NA 


NA 


1 


21 


26 


8 


30 


28 


55 


56 


67 


812 


1.015 


1,486 


1,966 


2,088 


572 


1,870 


2.273 


2.567 


1.748 


1,990 


606 


936 


1,533 


2,152 


2,535 


709 


3,849 


6.459 


7.632 


5.840 


5,791 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


- 


- 


40 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


_ 


10 


369 


486 


699 


987 


1.012 


324 


1.179 


1.258 


1.351 


1.074 


1.195 


2,483 


2.572 


2,820 


2,773 


2,763 


815 


3,094 


3,818 


3.892 


4.195 


4.755 


306 


291 


342 


346 


305 


97 


348 


398 


435 


417 


451 


265 


318 


342 


342 


386 


126 


470 


695 


770 


988 


1,252 


249 


254 


287 


308 


315 


100 


401 


579 


525 


652 


636 


473 


502 


603 


540 


564 


154 


541 


707 


698 


619 


756 


317 


344 


418 


400 


363 


96 


415 


509 


463 


724 


656 


873 


863 


828 


837 


830 


242 


919 


930 


1.001 


795 


1,004 


5,837 


5,905 


6,579 


6,722 


6,764 


2,097 


8,302 


10,777 


10,825 


10,065 


10.126 


1,315 


1,419 


1,433 


1,378 


1,277 


417 


1,574 


1,730 


1,350 


1,183 


1.025 


302 


267 


273 


284 


260 


67 


287 


344 


237 


276 


251 


433 


428 


536 


484 


514 


151 


604 


784 


612 


453 


407 


481 


390 


441 


390 


421 


130 


539 


636 


551 


586 


549 


1,290 


1,303 


1,486 


1,699 


1.711 


558 


2,029 


2,663 


2,923 


2.940 


3.203 


752 


800 


862 


807 


796 


232 


880 


1.257 


1.187 


1.189 


1.290 


226 


315 


420 


524 


638 


191 


980 


1,415 


1.779 


1.452 


1.596 


66 


69 


83 


59 


67 


32 


77 


88 


85 


67 


40 


634 


591 


657 


710 


701 


209 


850 


1.261 


1.533 


1.369 


1,193 


NA 


NA 


NA 


NA 


- 


- 


2 


2 


2 


6 


34 



NA Not Applicable. For the respective fiscal year(s), country shown was not an independent country. See following table. 







Country of Allegiance 


Country 


Date of Independence 


Prior to Independence 


Asia 






Bahrain 


August 14. 1971 


United Kingdom 


Bangladesh 


April 4. 1972 


Pakistan 


Qatar 


September 3, 1971 


United Kingdom 


United Arab Emirates 


December 2. 1971 


United Kingdom 


Africa 






Angola 


November 11, 1975 


Portugal 


Cape Verde 


July 5, 1975 


Portugal 


Comoros 


December 31, 1975 


France 


Djibouti 


June 27, 1977 


France 


Guinea-Bissau 


Septembers, 1974 


Portugal 


Mozambique 


June 25, 1975 


Portugal 


Sao Tome & Principe 


July 10, 1975 


Portugal 


SeycheUes 


June 28, 1976 


United Kingdom 


Zimbabwe 


April 18, 1980 


United Kingdom 


Oceania 






Kiribati 


July 12, 1979 


United Kingdom 


Papua New Guinea 


September 16, 1975 


Australia 



See footnotes at end of table. 







Country of Allegiance 


Country 


Date of Independence 


Prior to Independence 


Oceania-Con tinued 






Solomon Islands 


July?, 1978 


United Kingdom 


Tuvalu 


October 1, 1978 


United Kingdom 


Vanuatu 


July 30, 1980 


France and United 
Kingdom 


North America 






Bahamas, The 


July 10, 1973 


United Kingdom 


Dominica 


November 3, 1978 


United Kingdom 


Grenada 


February 7, 1974 


United Kingdom 


St. Lucia 


February 22, 1979 


United Kingdom 


St. Vincent & Grenadines 


October 27, 1979 


United Kingdom 


South America 






Suriname 


November 25, 1975 


Netherlands 



Data for Bahrain. Qatar, and United Arab Emirates for 

^ Data for the Ryukyu Islands for 1971-72 are included i 

Japan, reflecting the return of the islands to Japan in 1972. 



971-73 are included under Arabian Peninsula. 

U.S. Possessions. Data for the Ryukyu Islands for 1973- present are included i 



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COUNIRY OF 



I I I 

ALL COUNTRIES [ibb^il \ 2'^,bibl 11 ,7^2 

fURDPt lii.^Jil <i,119l ?,61^' 

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ANOLRRA I il -I 

BELClUn I 14/1 <0I lb 

BULCIRIA 1 10:)l 13| •* 

CZCCHOILCVAKI A | bl)3l 124| <ii 

ESIOMA I <3| II 

FINLAND I 1171 211 U 

FRAfiCE I 79bl 1131 VU 

GERMAM I2,e411 2401 211 

GREECE I 3.c6bl 2341 443 

KUNCAR1 I 794 I 10b| 60 

IRELAND I <;68 I 1091 bO 

IIALV |4,2ti7l 200! 2ab 

LATVIA I 1031 17! 7 

LIECHTENSTEIN I ll -I 

LITHUANIA I OM 51 I 

LUIEKBOURG I bl -I 

MALTA I 911 61 4 

MONACO I Id 21 1 

NETHERLANDS I ^411 96 1 47 

NORUAT I 104 1 141 11 

POLAND I 1.94bl 2531 74 

PORTUGAL I 3.<^37l 1201 93 

ROMANIA I 1.U76I 207 1 64 

SAN MARINO I 1.1 -I i 

SPAIN I 644 1 92! 47 

SUEDEM I 931 171 13 

SKITZERLANO I 1671 311 30 

U.S.S.R I i,566l 6191 194 

UNITED KINGDOM ....I b,\iLl I,277| 63B 

rUGOSLAVIA I 1,925! 158| 99 

I SI A |73.bl6ll5,718t 5,49b 

AFGHANISTAN 1 33 1 I9| 20 

BAHRAIN 1 31 -| 

BANGLADESH I 2Q7 I 70 1 14 

BURMA I 2aul 561 15 

CHINA I12,04bl 2,100! 1,14U 

CYPRUS I 2231 32! 13 

INDIA ! 7,2331 3,5681 469 

INDONESIA I 230! 691 14 

IRAN I 1,677! 502! 273 

IRAQ I 1,0371 103! 192 

ISRAEL I 1,7061 3681 280 

JAPAN ! 1.216! 113! 71 

JORDAN ! 1,376! 1121 214 

KAMPUCHEA I 39bl 80! 41 

KOREA lU,25b| 1,2821 1,259 

LAOS. .!!. .1.1. mil". Il 1991 37! 11 

LEBANON ! 1,396! 2081 181 

MALAYSIA I IBU! 63! 14 

NEPAL I 24| 7! 2 

OMAN 1 71 21 2 

PAKISTAN I 1,3731 564! 144 

PHILIPPINES 116.976! 3.7131 480 

SAUDI ARABIA ! 23! 51 

SINGAPORE I 921 24 1 7 

SRI LANKA I 1551 731 7 

STRIA I 625! 1281 69 

THAILAND... I 1,3961 268! 69 

TURKEY I 751! 126! 94 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES...! II II 

VIETNAM I 8,846! 2,0151 353 

YEMEN (ADEN) I 207 1 6! 30 

YEMEN (SANAAI ( 286! 21 17 

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WRICA I 2.6931 6781 276 

ALGERIA.... ..I 24| 61 2 

ANGOLA I 91 21 1 

BENIN I Bl -I 1 

BOTSWANA I 31 -I 

BURUNDI.. I 51 21 

CAMEROON I «l 21 

CAPE VERDE. I 1471 -| 2 

CeNTRAl AFRICAN REP.... I 21 -I 

CONGO I II -I 

DJIBOUTI I 11 -I 

EGYPT I 9881 283 1 95 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA I 31 -t 

1 i J 

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1.9901 
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BPER.- OPERATIVES, EtCEPT TRANSPORT 
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MBOR- LABORERS EXCEPT FARM 
fARM MANAC.- FARMERS C FARM MANAGERS 
FARM LABOR- FARM LABORERS i, FARM FOREMEN 
SERVICE- SERVICE WORKERS. EXCEPT PRIVATE HQUSEHOLC 
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OTHER- HOUSEWIVES, CHILDREN L OTHERS WITH NO OCCUPATION I 



13,493 

999 

3,705 



69 



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tJiasN 1 

BIHHINCHAM 106 

MOBILE 52 

MCNTGCME«Y 96 

CI TV NCT KEPC^TEC. 1 

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URbAN 737 

PHOENIX ^.SS 

TUCSON 260 

CITY NCT RFPC^TEC. '.<, 

ARKANSAS 23<. 

URCAN 190 

LI TTLE ROCK 41 

CI TV NOT REPCRTEC. 1 

CALIFORNIA 35,077 

ANAHEIV 260 

FRESNC 866 

GLENDALE 529 

TORRRENCE 27 1 

GAROEN GRQVt 16 1 

HUNTINGTCN SEACE.. 166 

RIVERSIDE 167 

SAN BERNARDIND I*.* 

STOCKTON 270 

CI TV NOT KEPCRTEC. 7 

RURAL 727 

URBAN 17,097 

LOUG BEACH 428 

LOS ANGELES 4,699 

OAKLAND 415 

SACRAMENTO 629 

SAN DIEGO 3,458 

SAN FRANClSCC 3,083 

BEKKELY 113 

PASADENA 281 

COLORADO 1,644 

RURAL 8 

URBAN 900 

DENVER 479 

COLORADO SPRI'iGS.. 2)2 

CI TY NOT REPCRTEC. 25 

CONNECTICUT 2,936 

BRIDGEPORT 1,039 

HARTFORD 1,245 

NEU HAVEN 550 

DELAWARE 260 

URBAN 257 

CITY NOT REPCRTEC. 3 

DISTRICT OF COLUNDIA 116 

WASHINGTON 116 

FLORIDA U,452 

URBAN 3,570 

JACKSONVILLE 360 

TAMPA 645 

ST. PETERSBURG 101 

FORT LAUDERDALE... 313 

HIALEAH 1,385 

HOLLYWOOD 119 

GEORGIA 673 

URBAN 151 

SAVANNAH 112 

COLUMBUS 53 

MACON 78 

IDAHO 323 

URBAN 309 

ILLINOIS 5,527 

RURAL 25 

URBAN 451 

CHICAGO 4,778 

PEORIA 135 

ROCKFORD 104 

CITY NOT REPCRTEC. 34 



62 12,048 


11,329 


553 


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2,841 


3,668 


1,990 


7,233 


1,706 


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INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUTH BEND 

EVANSVILLE 

CI TY NOT BEPCRTEC. 
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BALTIMORE 

MASSACHUSETTS 

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URBAN 

BOSTON 

CAMBRIOGE 

NEW BEDFORD 

SPRINGFIELD 

WORCESTER 

URBAN 

DETROIT 

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DEARBORN 

LANSING 

WARREN 

CI TY NOT REPCRTEC. 
MINNESOTA 

RURAL 

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MINNEAPOLIS 

ST. PAUL 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 
MISSISSIPPI 

RURAL 

U:!BAN 

JACKSON 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 
MISSOURI 

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3 


3 

24 

7 




1 




10 

3 




10 
12 
3 
12 




55 


^ 










1,'.69 


1,29 5 


1,447 




1.432 


1 


259 




25 2 




16A 


105 


455 




33 


I 


J, 587 


'm 


97 U 




1,268 
18 

10 


1,188 


11 




"9 


2 


2 




- 




1 








10 




" 




! 




.0 




99 




1 
































21 




32 






\ 


\ 








2 




5 




2 


\ 


\ 




: 




1 




6 

2 




\ 








- 








378 




183 








\ 




3 




10 




10 

1 






















2 










13 




2 




11 

5 






















2 


22 

18 
I 
23 




5 




5 
3 

1 


- 


23 

1' 
26 




29 












2 




a 

14 




■J 












2 










43 


103 




' 








34 




3 


3 


5 




_ 




1 




2 




_ 


39 


98 




6 




15 








3 




174 




30 




l<.l 


14 


351 




27C 


e 


1, 
















3 
































1 




















42 




92 






2 






I 








34 

3 
7 




2? 

55 


2 










12 












7 




- 




2 




2 


- 


11 


4 


21 




3 




3 


- 


17 


2 


5 



73 



PCPULAT ICK 



lEN.NESSEe 

KNOXvniE 

MEMPHIS 

NASHVILLE 

TEXAS 

BEAU»'C>!t!!! 

LUBBOCK 

HCHITA FALLS 

FOKT hCRTH 

HOLSTON 

SAM ANTCNIO 

AUSTIN 

CORPLS CHKlSIl 

EL PASO 

CITY NOT RlPCSTEC. 

SALT LAKE CITY 

VERMONT 

URBAN 

VIRGINIA 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NORFOLK 

RICHMOND 

NEWPORT NEKS 

PORTSr-OUTH 

ALEXANDRIA 

ARLINGTON 

HAMPTON 

CITY NOT REPCRTEC. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

SEATTLE 

SPOKANE 

KEST VIRGINIA 

URBAN 

HI SCONSIN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

mmALKEE 

MADISON 

CITY NOT REPORTEC. 
WYOMING 

URBAN 

URBAN 

CITY NOT REPCSTEC. 

GUAM 

HONOLULU 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

NOT REPORTED 













- 


1 


3 






1<.3 








































8 15 










7 
















































































3 








































29 






'! 


30 


2(. 










^8 






'e 


1? 












I 
















: 




\ 






























21 317 










I 


I 


: 


















1 








3 19 


613 


- 


3 




4 




7 




12 



IIEt «NC CIT 



POPULATION OF 2.500 TC 99,999. 



PCLiNC PORTU- UNIieo- 



KINGOOH SLA 



'"'";•■ 




BIRKINGHdH 

MOBILF 

HONTGOfERY 

CITY NOT REPOBTEC. 




''""1- 








TUCSON 




CITY MOT REPORTED. 












LITTLE ROCK 

CITY NOT KEPCBTED. 












GLENOALE 












HUNTINGTCM BeJch!'. 




S«N RERNSKDINC 




CITY NOT REPORTED. 




y^gj[; 


W 


LOS ANGELEs! !"!'.'. 


.2 


SaCRAHENTO 




SAN FRANCISCO 












RURAL 








CGLCRAOC SPRINGS.. 
CITY NOT REPORTED. 




BRIDGEPORT 


90 












19 






CITY NOT REPORTED. 

DISTRICT OF COLLfBIA 

WASHINGTON 








JACKSONVILLE 








FORT Lauderdale!" 


« 














ATLANTA 


,5 




























"li 














PEORIA 








CITY NOT REPORTED. 





,203 2,56 



,868 2, CI 



75 



TABLE 2e.(C0NID.> 
LWEO BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES CF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND BY RURAL 
FISCAL YEAR 1961 



TCH OF LESS 



HON OF 2,500 TO 



lES - PCPULAIIOf CF ICCCCO GB fCRE) 











OCKIN 


ITEO- 


YUGD- 








NGDOM 








REPUB 



UR"(«'i 

SOUTH BEND 

tVANSVILLt 

CITY NCr -lEPORTEn. 
lOHA 

URBAN 

OES "CINES 

CEDAR RAPIOS 

CITY NOT KEPDRTFC. 
KANSAS 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

hlCHITA 

TOPEKA 

CITY NCT REPOBTEC. 
KENTUCKY 

URBAN 

LOUISVILLE 

LEXINGTON 

LOUISIANA 

URBAN 

NEK ORLEANS 

BATON ROUGE 

SHrEVEPCRT 

HETARIE 

MAINE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

MARYLAND 

URBAN 

bALTll-ORE 

MASSACHUSETTS 

CITY NOT REPCPTEC. 

URBAN 

BOSTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

NEK BEDFORD 

SPRINGFIELD 

KORCESTER 

MICHIGAN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DETROIT 

GRAND RAPIDS 

DEARBORN 

LANSING 

LIVONIA 

UARREN 

MINNESOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DULUTH 

MINNEAPOLIS 

ST. PAUL 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

JACKSON 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 
HI SSOURI 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

ST. LOUIS 

INDEPENDENCE 

SPRINGFIELD 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 
MONTANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NEBRASKA 



i 102 


10 


5^ 


1 


: 


U 












ice 








































12 










2 142 


21 


20 




'- 


21 




26 
34 
128 

96 








20 

ito 

2 












2 




24 








24 


8 




1 






1 
















59 


46 






12 




150 








144 


























a 


il 


^ 






2 












3^ 












5 












31 


2 76 




32 






















2 


17 
15 






'^ 




25 








"7 


1 2 










1 












17 


























1 <.6 




24 
2 






20 




23 

10 

1 








;7 

10 


- 4 


3 








3 












28 


1 38 


1 


26 






28 




25 








53 


1 38 


J 


26 






27 




25 








., 


36 6 12 














549 








es4 


■)5 461 
41 151 


12 

1 


42 


111 


I.4C4 


368 




518 
2 30 


163 




123 


1.417 


47 260 




52 




859 


210 




128 


HI 






805 


33 15 




19 






114 














3 2 








306 


20 




11 








56 


16 30 




2 






13 




10 










5 27 




5 






26 




19 




















249 




133 








1.993 




,, 


21 


















86 






274 






166 




68 










43 22 


22 




















471 


2 25 
















































- J 


3 


l 






I 




2 








265 
17 


8 

7 


: 


20 






I 




I 








58 


5 577 


25 


73 






69 




324 








244 




3 


5 






2 












12 


3C4 




34 






28 




121 










1 43 














13 








12 


1 77 


5 


11 






12 

2 












56 
36 


3 16 


4 


32 






lO 




6 








56 


























2 15 


^ 


30 

2 






I 




! 








6 




'I 








't 




49 








215 

27 


5 19 


20 








11 




69 








43 










































































1 42 




15 


















31 




\ 








t 




't 










23 




17 






6 
















31 


40 






28 




106 








67 


1 29 




u 






16 















OF 2,500 TO 



NEVADA.. 
RURAL. 



JERSEY CI 
PATERSUN. 



CITY NOT REPORIEr 
NORTH CAROLINA 

URBAN 

CHARLOTTE 

GREENSBORO 

HINSTON-SALEH 

RALEIGH 

NORTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CITY NOT KEPCRIEO 
OHIO 

CI TY NOT REPORTED 



OKLAHCM 
TULSA.. 

OREGON.. . 



SCRANTCN 

ALLENTOU 

RHODE I SLA 




77 



K5 NATURillZED E» SPfCI 



T«BLE 28.(CaNTl).] 
■■no COUNTRIES OF FORMER «LLEGI«NCE 
FISC4L yE«R 1981 



RURtL AND URB'N «REt 



rENNESSFE 

LRBSN 

CHAISNnCGS 

K'JOXVILLE 

HFKPHiS 

^^1SHVILLF 

lEXSS 

«M««iLt.r 

BEALITNI 

LUeeCCK 

KlCHIIA FALLS 

RURAL 

LRBAH 

HOLSTPN 

SAN ANTLMC 

AUSTIN 

CORPLS CHkISTI 

EL pisr 

CITY NOT REPCRIFr. 

UTAH 

URBAN 

SALT LAKE CITY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

VIRGINIA 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

URBAN 

NORFOLK 

RICHHCND 

NEUPDRT NEWS 

PORTSMOUTH 

ALEXAND'^IA 

ARLINGIU.i 

CITY NOT REPCRTEC. 
WASHINGTCN 

SEATTLE 

SPOKANE 

TACC>^A 

HEST VIRGINIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

klSCONSIN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

MILWAUKEE 

MADISON 

CITY NOT REPORTED. 
UVOMING 

URBAN 

ALASKA 

URBAN 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

GUAM .-. 

HAWAI I 

HONOLULU 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

NOT REPORTED 



1 R 


- 


- 


10 


- 


18 








IC 




















22 


? 359 




* 


"4 


f 


"4 




'2 


I 




1 26 








I 


56 






2 








I 


88 


5 


181 




'- 




252 












25 








32 


1 19 




- 


13 




3 






1 


3C 


1 15 






10 










■; 


il 


1 101 


30 






68 


173 




15 


15 


241 










































1 5 
1 1 




\ 




24 


;: 






! 




3 115 




_ 


[, 


10 


32 






2 


69 


3 115 






13 










J 


" 


3 506 




_ 






,, 








48 


7 2,014 




3 


105 




209 










7 2,014 






105 


1 


209 








451 


26 




1 


358 




' 


^?4 


8? 


' 


7-1 



ill CCLNTRIfS 16(^317 

SNDCOm ; 

ALSTRU 2U 

OELGICf I54 

HLLG4R14 lis 

czECHCSirvflKia 57; 

nENN«RK UP 

ESICNK 2« 

FINL/INC 117 

FR4NCE 71t 

GERfSNY 2,92? 

GIBRSLTUR 21 

GREECE 1,721 

HLNGJRlf 815 

ICELINC 21 

tREL«NC tSt 

IT4LV 4,31« 

LAIVIA ICC 

LIECHTFNSTCIN 1 

LITHU4KU 89 

LUXEfBCLRG f 

rONiycc'.'.'.. '..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 12 

NETHERLANDS «5i 

NORkAY ic; 

POLAND 1,985 

PORTUGAL 3,202 

RCMAMA 1.11<; 

SAN f'ARINC i; 

SPAIN 67; 

SWEDEN 1C2 

SWITZERLAND ..; n-, 

C^.S.R 2,679 

LNITED KINGDCe ".,665 

VLGOSLAVIA 1,92C 

SIA 75,767 

AFGHANISTAN 81 

BAHRAIN 3 

BANGLADESH 23C 

BHLTAN 3 

»aUNEI 9 

china"!!!!;;;!;!!!!!!! 12, cm 

CYPRUS 227 

HCNG KCNG 2,05e 

INDIA 7.323 

INOCNESH 263 

IRA6 UCS* 

ISRAFL 1,628 

JAPAN 1,228 

JORDAN 1,236 

KAMPUCHEA <,1C 

KOREA 13,277 

KUWAIT H 

LADS 21C 

LEBANCN 1,366 

^'ACAU ".1 

MALAYSIA 183 

NEPAL 151 

OMAN 5 

PAKISTAN 1,328 

PHILIPPINES 17,022 

SAUDI ARABIA 15 

SINGAPCRE 98 

SRI LANKA 153 

SYRIA 654 

THAILAND 1,39C 

TURKEY 727 

VIETNAP 8,83C 

YEMEN («DEN) 22 1 

YEMEN (SANAA! 285 

FRICA 2,671 

ALGERIA 26 

ANGOLA 9 

BENIN 18 



34,639 22,447 13,321 



79 



I4PLE ^^.(CnNTD.l 
LIZEC ey CCUNTPV c« BECICN CF BI 
FISC«L YE«1) 1961 



B«H«NAS 
BARBAOO 
BEBKLOA, 



DCHINIC 

GREN; 

GOAOI 



125 52 



2,49C 3,082 2,121 2,22 



1C2 82 5' 



80 



RTH AMERI 


AICONTD. 1 




W. CHOISI-NFVIS 

ST. LLCIJ 


nl - 




l,l9C - 


TI.RK5 t CMCCS is!!! 




L.s. VIRGIN isl«m:s. 




CENIRJL (►ElUCa 


<,,9i5 ■; 


BtLUE 


217 


CCSIA RICA 




■;l SALVAOCR 


1.251 






HCNOIRSS 








Pi\M-\ '...'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.'.'.'. 


le'i 5 


LTH Af'ERICA 


9,9n2 6 


ARGENTINA 








' 2','i 








CHILE.!;; 




5«7 






3,198 1 


ECUAncB.; 




1,267 


FALKLAND 


sLANos;;;;;; 




FRENCH GL 












PARAGUAY. 




29 


PERL 






lrlglay!; 




3C7 - 


VENEZUELA 




195 1 


RN CN BCARO SHIP 




KNOfcN CR 


CT REPCBTEC. 


129 



63 20 

117 277 



Si 

oil 

I ii 






— 1 ' o o\ 



-H (N o^ 









a'8 



w .H 3 
■sl £ 



III 



2 *^ o 

S S 5 "^ i2 



•3 E 

.s- 



.2 ° 

.2 ^ ■ 



•S S 






§S", 



ii S 2 - .5 " S 2 i 2 '^ • 'S o 2 a. - • -s .2 

|s|2-s -tllll^llSH -11 

ill|lifl|i|piili^lli 

5?^e'^ee-2ga-ag-go 



82 



I»BLE 31. 
IZENSHIP ISSUED IN FISCAL KEAR 1981, BY COUNTRY OR REGIC 
YEAR ENDED SEPIFMBER 30, l^Sl 



eiRTH AND REASON 



ACQUIRED 
At elRTh 
ABROAD 



IZATION U 



COIHFR TO A OF CITIZEN 

CITIZEN CITIZEN MUSBANC SHIR BY 

EPFATHFR HUSBAND DURING MOTHER 
MARRIAGE 



COUN 



,75 7 



EUROPE 3,e')0 

ALBANIA 2 

AUSTRIA 30 

BELGIUM I') 

BULGARIA 6 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 64 

DENMARK 15 

ESTONIA 2 

FINLAND 8 

FRANCE 15<) 

GERKANY 1.000 

GREECE 262 

HUNGARY 54 

ICELAND 6 

IRFLAND 38 

I TALY 488 

LATVIA 6 

LIECHTENSTEIN 1 

LITHUANIA 1 

LUXEMBOURG I 

MALTA 6 

MONACO 1 

NETHERLANDS 42 

NORKAY 14 

POLAND 103 

PORTUGAL 209 

ROMANIA 63 

SAN MARINC I 

SPAIN 107 

SUEDEN 18 

SMITZERLANO 36 

U.S.S.R 198 

UNITED KINGDOM 797 

YUGOSLAVIA 133 

ASIA 10,172 

AFGHANISTAN 5 

BAHRAIN 2 

BANGLADESH 16 

BRUNEI 1 

CHINA 657 

CYPRUS 22 

HONG KONG 719 

INDIA 349 

INDONESIA 34 

IRAN 112 

IRAQ 116 

ISRAEL 242 

JAPAN 378 

JORDAN 72 

KAMPUCHEA 46 

KOREA 1,861 

KUWAIT ;.. 20 

LEBANON 168 

MALAYSIA 15 

NEPAL 6 

PAKISTAN 106 

PHILIPPINES 3,036 

OATAR 3 

SAUDI ARABIA 11 

SINGAPORE 11 

SYRIA !!!!""!" 48 

THAILAND 199 

TURKEY 60 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 3 

VIETNAM 1,693 

YEMEN (ADEN) 1 

YEMEN (SANAA! 12 

AFRICA 413 

ALGERIA 1 

BURUNDI I 

CAMEROON 3 

CAPE VERDE 8 



TABLE 31.{C0NTD.I 



eNDED SEPTEMBER 30, 



CCUNTdr OR REGION Of BIR 



COUNTRY OR REGION 



TO CITUEN CITI/EN 



AFRIC4(C0NTD. I 

EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 

GHANA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

KENYA 

LIBERIA 

MAURITIUS 

NAMIBIA 

NIGERIA 

RWANDA 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SHAZILANO 

TANZANIA 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

2AMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TR. 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANTIGUA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRIT. VIRGIN IS. .. 
CAYMAN ISLANDS .... 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUELIC 

GRENADA 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETH. ANTILLES .... 
ST. CHRIST-NEVIS .. 

ST. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT L GREN. 
TRINIDAD t TOBAGO . 
U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

GUYANA 

PERU ....I." '.'. 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 



84 



TABLE 32. 
ES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED TO PERSON 
IZEN PARENTS BY COUNTRY OR REGION 
YEAR ENDEB SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 



1973 1972 1971 1970 1969 



1967 1966 1965 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA .. 
HENHARK 

GERMANY '.'. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

MALTA !... 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

RONANIA 

SWEDEN "!" 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM .. 

ASIA 

CHINA 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG , 

INDIA 

INDONESIA .... 

IRAQ imirrm^i! 

ISRAEL 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SYRIA 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

AFRICA 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

ETHIOPIA .."I!! I! 
GHANA 

KENYA III'.'. 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MOROCCO 

NAMIBIA 

NIGERIA 

RWANDA 

SENEGAL 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA .... 







I I * '•1-63213211232 26 

!■» ^f T}_ "-O "5 iO 56 51 «4 41 49 49 34 30 28 28 28 77B 
- '_ 1 3 2 1 2 3 Z r I 3 I I i I I 40 


|10 1 -- - -1.1_IQ 


] I ] 2 ; I ; i : : 2 ; : ; ; ; - ,j 


1 - 2 3-212-43-2---- 6 
I 8 6 5 14 17 13 11 4 11 15 19 13 9 9 11 9 1C8 


f 16 15 8 7 IS n 15 M 10 7 I 4 i 5 - i 22 
1 If ?6 12 15 14 15 8 11 4 12 7 6 6 5 8 12 539 



T4BLE 32.(C0NTI).) 
UTES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED Tfl PERSONS WHO 
mZEN PARENTS BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIR 
YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 



NORTH «MERIC 



p 


SALVADOR 


HONDURAS 






DUTH AHERICA 










CHI 


; 








niY 


^j 














IIRII 


y,, 


VFN 


ZUELA 




T4BLE 33. 
IP ISSUED TO PERSONS WH 
UGE BY COUNTRY OR REC-I 
ED SEPTEMBER 30, 1981 



EUROPE 

BELGIUC 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

ERANCE 

GERMANY 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBCURG 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

PORTUGAL 

SAN HARINC 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

UNI TED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

SURMA 

CHINA 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

I NO I A 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

PHILIPPINES 

OATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN ISANAAl 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 

KENYA 

LIBERIA 



197<) 1978 1977 1976 1975 197<. 1973 197Z 1971 1970 1969 1966 1967 1966 1965 

6 2,346 1.2?9 776 <•«•. 343 12<. 87 7', 102 111 66 61 73 63 (2 

7 338 25C 13". lOl 73 23 22 10 21 35 l* 21 24 22 27 




1 2 1 1 -,------ 1 1 1 - 


5 « 12 6 5 3 - 1 1 ------ - 




1 2 -11---.-----1- 
7 8 <.127--l---2-23 
7 29 26 10 11 7 2 <, 2 6 9 3 fl 9 12 10 

2 6 3 22---1------1 

I 1 112-1--1-211-1 
7 66 50 23 6 10 11 6 2 2 2 6 4 3 3 3 



8 2 2 1121----1-121112 

<, 1<. 3 6 2-21--<.21l--l<.0 
35 59 31 17 10 5 7 2 1 - - 2 - - 1 1 - 8 

9 11 7 4,2-----l--l-l 3 


8 -. 1 3 3 ----- 1 - - - - - 5 





102 


66 


29 


11 


8 


2 




\ 




I 


1 


': 


': 


\ 


22 


,2 






; 




; 




i 




: 


\ 


1 


- 


I 










- 


- 


- 




- 




- 




1 


- 






192 


155 


98 


67 


23 


15 


; 


I 




; 


I 


2 


J \ 


91 




: 






\ 










. 


. 






. 


- 



87 



TABLE 33.IC0NTD.1 
1DMINISTR4TIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED TO PERSONS WHO DERIVED CITIZENSHIP THROUGH 
STURALIZATION OF PARENTS OR THROUGH MARRIAGE BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR DERIVED 
YEAR ENDED SEPTEMBER 30. 19S1 



PACIFIC IS. TRUS 
OLOMON ISLANDS 
ESIERN SAMOA .. 



UNITED ST 
CARIBBEAN 



BAHAfAS. 
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Table 35 

Persons Expatriated by Grounds and Year Reports Received: Years Ended June 30, 1972-1976, July-September 1976, 

and Years Ended September 30, 1977-1981 



TQ 
1976 



Total number. 



Voting in a foreign political election 
or plebiscite 



Continuous residence in a state by 
dual national who sought bene- 
fits of Section 350, Immigration 
and Nationality Act 



Residence in a foreign state under 
treaties and conventions . . . . 



Naturalization in a foreign state 



Entering or serving in the armed 
forces of a foreign state . . . . 



Renunciation of nationality 



Taking an oath of allegiance in a 
foreign state 



Accepting or performing duties 
under a foreign state 



Other grounds 



1,634 1,250 1,522 1,843 1,651 723 1,503 2,051 1,168 1,833 1,537 



819 976 1,238 1,224 548 1,183 1,534 915 1,601 



9 4 10 22 8 

423 320 311 209 197 



3 6 1 
166 276 105 



34 



146 101 215 332 188 82 142 228 145 196 
5 3 5 14 8 2 3 2 2 1 



2 
1,446 

1 

7 



The Supreme Court decision on Afroyim v. Rusk (387 U.S. 253, May 29, 1967) ruled as unconstitutional the law providing for 
a loss of citizenship or voting in a foreign political election. 

Naturalized U.S. citizen expatriated in countries with which the United States has treaties or conventions providing on a recipro- 
cal basis for loss of nationality through extended residence in the country of original citizenship. 



90 



Table 36 

Aliens Excluded from the United States by Cause: Years Ended June 30. 1892-1976. July-September 1976, and Years Ended 

September 30. 1977-1981 

I From 1941-1953. figures represent all exclusions at sea and air ports and exclusions of aliens seeking entry for 30 days or longer at land ports. 
After 1 953. includes aliens excluded after formal hearings. I 






£5f 
III 



631,152 1,374 12,748 8,213 82,591 219,399 16,240 190,469 41,941 



22,515 




65 


89 


1,309 


15,070 


_ 


_ 


5,792 


_ 


190 


108,211 


10 


1,681 


1,277 


24,425 


63,311 


— 


— 


12,991 


- 


4,516 


178,109 


27 


4,353 


4,824 


42,129 


90,045 


1,904 


— 


15,417 


5,083 


14,327 


189,307 


9 


2,082 


1,281 


11,044 


37,175 


8.447 


94,084 


6,274 


8,202 


20,709 


68,217 


5 


1,261 


253 


1,530 


12,519 


2,126 


47.858 


1,235 


258 


1,172 


30,263 


60 


1,134 


80 


1,021 


1,072 


3,182 


22,441 


219 


108 


946 


■ 2,929 ■ 


- 


92 


13 


73 


328 


227 


2,076 


40 


8 


72 


1,833 


_ 


70 


10 


51 


161 


252 


1,207 


26 


9 


47 


1,495 


1 


68 


6 


63 


96 


77 


1,106 


26 


8 


44 


1,642 


_ 


63 


8 


92 


107 


155 


1,109 




21 


59 


2,341 


- 


87 


4 


111 


56 


161 


1,805 


18 


23 


76 


2,942 


2 


87 


3 


65 


33 


361 


2,294 


13 


4 


80 


4,771 


_ 


139 


3 


124 


70 


902 


3,316 


19 


11 


187 


4,905 


1 


142 


5 


205 


67 


709 


3,690 


11 


2 


73 


3,834 


25 


187 


12 


112 


99 


216 


2.970 


26 


9 


178 


3.571 


31 


199 


16 


125 


55 


122 


2.868 




13 


130 


20,585 


1,098 


1,735 


361 


956 


149 


376 


14.657 


13 


26 


1,214 


3,784 


29 


337 


15 


337 


78 


121 


2,783 


1 


3 


80 


2,944 


9 


285 


10 


67 


11 


74 


2.378 


5 


3 


102 


3,637 


48 


266 


27 


130 


15 


47 


2.937 


3 




164 


3,313 


HI 


296 


65 


127 


16 


2 


2.432 


- 


3 


261 


2,667 


89 


206 


124 


113 


9 


15 


1,832 


- 


4 


275 


1,709 


117 


169 


64 


87 


14 


10 


1.079 


_ 


5 


164 


907 


302 


91 


30 


40 


2 


14 


348 


3 


7 


70 


733 


255 


51 


18 


21 


1 


35 


299 


1 


1 


51 


480 


102 


19 


7 


18 


1 


34 


276 


_ 


_ 


23 


411 


36 


15 


1 


16 


2 


24 


293 


- 


- 


24 


4,831 


128 


171 


24 


145 


27 


175 


3,706 


_ 


2 


453 


743 


21 


21 


3 


7 


1 


29 


634 


_ 


_ 


27 


388 


13 


24 


2 


23 


1 


17 


280 


_ 


2 


26 


309 


11 


17 


2 


22 


4 


19 


216 


_ 


_ 


18 


421 


16 


13 


4 


18 


_ 


10 


343 


_ 


_ 


17 


429 


12 


18 


4 


19 


2 


17 


333 


- 


- 


24 


512 


10 


20 


2 


21 


1 


16 


415 


_ 


_ 


27 


468 


13 


22 


3 


10 


_ 


13 


322 


_ 


_ 


85 


460 


7 


13 


1 


13 


6 


17 


323 


_ 


_ 


80 


525 


14 


12 


1 


8 


6 


15 


393 


_ 


_ 


76 


576 


11 


11 


2 


4 


6 


22 


447 


- 


- 


73 


8.455 


32 


240 


20 


31 


31 


30 


7,237 


- 


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834 



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589 
994 

1,228 
318 

1,035 
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937 
672 
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TABLE 38 

ALIENS APPREHENDED, ALIENS DEPORTED, AND ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892-1976, 

JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976, AND YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1977-1981 




1892-1981 

1892-1900 . . . . 
1901-1910 . . . . 
1911-1920 . . . . 
1921-1930 . . . . 

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 

1961-1970 . . . . 

1961 

1962 

1963 

1964 

1965 

1966 

1967 

1968 

1969 

1970 



128,484 

147,457 
22,276 
22,735 
20,949 
10,319 
11,016 
11,728 
13,054 
12,851 
12,037 
10,492 

1,377,210 
11,294 
11,784 
11,175 
31,174 
69,164 
99,591 
193,657 
192,779 
288,253 
468,339 

3,598,949 
509,040 
543,535 3 
885,587 
1,089,583 
254,096 
87,696 
59,918 
53,474 
45,336 
70,684 



3,127 
11,558 
27,912 
164,390 

210,416 
29,861 
30,201 
30,212 
16,889 
16,297 
17,446 
17,617 
18,553 
17,792 
15,548 

1,581,774 
10,938 
10,613 
16,154 
39,449 
80,760 
116,320 
214,543 
217,555 
296,337 
579,105 

4,013,547 
686,713 
723,959 
905,236 
1,101,228 
247,797 
88,188 
68,461 
67,742 
64,598 
59,625 



837,229 

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

117,086 
18,142 
19,426 
19,865 
8,879 
8,319 
9,195 
8,829 
9,275 
8,202 
6,954 

110,849 
4,407 
3,709 
4,207 
7,179 
11,270 
14,375 
18,663 
20,371 
20,040 
6,628 

129,887 
13,544 
20,181 
19,845 
26,951 
15,028 
7,297 
5,082 
7,142 
7,988 
6,829 



72,233 

93,330 
11,719 
10,775 
10,347 
8,010 
7,978 
8,251 
8,788 
9,278 
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 



,608,356 


1,430,902 


96,374 


1,334,528 


88,823 


59,821 


7,438 


52,383 


92,758 


61,801 


7,637 


54.164 


88,712 


76,846 


7,454 


69,392 


86,597 


81,788 


8,746 


73,042 


110,371 


105,406 


10,143 


95,263 


138,520 


132,851 


9,168 


123,683 


161,608 


151,603 


9,260 


142,343 


212,057 


189,082 


9,130 


179,952 


283,557 


251,463 


10,505 


240,958 


345,353 


320,241 


16,893 


303,348 



TABLE 38 

ALIENS APPREHENDED, ALIENS DEPORTED, AND ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART: YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892-1976, 

JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976, AND YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1977- 1981 -Continued 





Aliens 
apprehended' 


Aliens expelled 


Period 


Total 


Aliens Aliens required 
deported to depart^ 


1971-1980 

1971 


8,321,498 7,478,496 231,684 7,246,812 
420 126 387 713 17 639 370 074 


1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1976 TQ 


505,949 467,193 16,266 450,927 
655,968 584,847 16,842 568,005 
788,145 737,564 18,824 718,740 
766,600 679,252 23,438 655.814 
875,915 793,092 27,998 765,094 
221 824 199 207 8 927 190 280 


1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 


1,042,215 897,243 30,228 867,015 

1,057,977 1,003,886 28,371 975,515 

1,076,418 992,025 25,888 966,137 

910 361 736 474 17 263 719 211 


1981 


975 780 836 gST 16^95 870 357 











Aliens apprehended first recorded in 1925. Prior to 1960, represents total aliens actually apprehended. Since 1960, figures are for 
total deportable aliens located, including nonwillful crewmen violators. 
^Aliens required to depart first recorded in 1927. 
■'Adjustment made for 1952. 



ALIENS REQUIRED 1 



TABLE 39. 
I DEPART St BY NATIONALITY I 
M ENDED SEPTEMBER 30. 198 



EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CIECMOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMANY 

GREECE 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LUXEMBOLRG 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

ShEOEN 

SKITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM ... 
YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

BHUTAN 

BURMA 

CHINA 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA ... 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

KAMPUCHEA .. 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA ... 
MALDIVES ... 

OMAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 
SINGAPORE .. 
SRI LANKA .. 

THAILAND ... 

UNITED ARAB 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 
YEMEN (SANAA 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

BENIN 

BOISkANA ... 
BURUNDI ...• 
CAMEROON ... 
CAPE VERDE . 
CENTRAL AFRI 

CHAD 

COMOROS . 

DJIBOUTI .., 



95 



ALIENS REQUIRED ' 



TABLE 39.(CONTD.) 
DEPART BY BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 
AR ENDED SEPTEMBER 10. 1981 



; DOES NOT INCLUDE REQUIRED DEPARTURES ( 
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HESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

CARIBBEAN 

BARBADOS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

HA I T I 

JAMAICA 

ST. LLCIA 

51. VINCENT t GRE. 
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CENTRAL AMERICA 

COSTA <ICA 

EL SALVADOR 

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HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

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SURINAME 

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EUROPE 3,770 

AUSTRU 25 

BELGIUM 60 

DENMARK 72 

FINLAND 23 

FRANCE 413 

GERMANY 350 

IRELAND 56 

ITALY 34S 

NEIHERLANOS 115 

NORWAY 62 

POLAND 256 

PORTUGAL 123 

SPAIN 275 

SWEDEN T> 

SWITZERLAND 63 

UNITED KINGDOM e<. 7 

YUGOSLAVIA 131 

OTHER ELROPE 85 

ASIA 4,108 

CHINA f, TAIWAN 376 

HONG KONG 169 

INDIA 358 

IRAN 459 

ISRAEL 128 

JAPAN 626 

KOREA 344 

LEBANON 79 

PHILIPPINES 880 

THAILAND 148 

TURKEY 4 7 

OTHER ASIA 494 

AFRICA 631 

SOUTH AFRICA 62 

OTHER AFRICA 569 

OCEANIA 277 

AUSTRALIA 99 

NEW ZEALAND 37 

PACIFIC IS. TR. TERR 38 

OTHER OCEANIA 103 

NORTH AMERICA 32,513 

CANADA 6,92 6 

MEXICO 17,731 

ANGUILLA 1 

ANTIGUA 38 

BARBADOS 275 

BERMUDA 26 

BRIT. VIRGIN IS. ... 5 

DOMINICA 13 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC . 696 

HAITI 288 

JAMAICA 529 

NSTH. ANTILLES 44 

ST. CHRIS-NEVIS .... 34 

SI. LUCIA 6 

TRINIDAD 6 TOBAGO .. 214 

BELIZE 118 

COSTA RICA 117 

EL SALVADOR 3,431 

GUATEMALA 1,199 

HONDURAS 289 

NICARAGUA 216 

OTHER NORTH AMERICA. 94 

SOUTH AMERICA 2,903 

ARGENTINA 215 

BOLIVIA 78 

BRAZIL 184 

CHILE 172 

COLOMBIA 855 

ECUADOR 441 

GUYANA 2e3 

PERU 353 

URUGUAY 105 

VENEZUELA 275 

OTHER SOUTH AMERICA. 22 

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iNO YEi-CS t 



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-SEPIfHBER l<i76. 



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GIBPALta" 

GRECCF 

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CHINA 

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ISRAEL 

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MACAU 

MALDIVES 

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SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN lADENI 

YEMEN ISANA4I 

ERICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

eOTSUANA 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP. 

CHAD 

COMOROS 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EOU'TORIAL GUINEA .. 

ETHIOPIA 

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73 52 



38 33 



105 



TABLE 45. 
LItNS DEPORTED BY CQUNmv 
ENDED JUNE 3 ., 1972 1976 
ANC VEIHS ENDED SEPTEHBi 



JULY-StPIfcPBER 



OEPOOTfcO 

iFRICAICONTD.l 
GAMbIA, THE 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

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KENYA 

LESnTHO 

HALAUl 

HAUR IIAKU 

MAURI TILS 

HORCICCU 

MOZAMIICUE 

RWANDA 

ST. HCLcMA 

SAO TONC 1. PTINC IPE. 

SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEJNE 

SOMALIA 

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TANZANIA 

TOGO 

UGANDA 

UPPER VQLIA 

WESIEftN SAHAiA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZlMbABue 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

FR. POLYNESIA 

KIRIBATI 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TR. TER. 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA ... 
PITCAIRN ISLANDS ... 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

TUVALU 

WESTERN SAMOA 

ORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

SI. PIERRETMlaLEL! 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANIIGLA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

CAYMAN ISLANDS ... 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUAOELOUPE 

MARTINlguE 

MONTSERRAI 

NETH. ANTILLES ... 

PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST. -NEVIS. 

SI. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT t GRE. 
TRINIDAD t TOBAGO. 
TURKS C CAICOS IS. 
US VIRGIN ISLANDS. 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 



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AID »E«KS ENCEC SCPTEKBcR 30, l??7-l?81 



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FOREIGN LABORERS ADMITTED INTO THE UNITED STATES UNDER SPECIAL PROGRAMS: 

JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976, AND YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1977-1981 



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Mexico 

Canada 

West Indies 

Spain (Basque sheep herders) . . 
Other than agricultural laborers 

Canadian woodsmen to U.S. . 

To U.S. Virgin Islands 

H2 workers admitted to Guam. 



6,534 21,671 



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203 


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312 


287 


391 


454 


3,570 


11,661 


10,955 


12,246 


11,004 


11,566 


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274 


258 


149 


206 



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2,303 


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1,534 


1,244 


910 


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4,304 


3,077 


2,713 


2,355 


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TABLE 55 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY LENGTH OF TIME ILLEGALLY IN THE 

UNITED STATES BY DISTRICT OFFICES 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



Districts 


Total 


At 
entry 


Within 
72 hours 


4-30 
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1-6 
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7 months 
to 1 yr. 


Over 

1 yr. 


U.S. Total 


953,425 


494,314 


180,597 


64,022 


101,984 


39,461 


73,047 


Total Districts 


128,135 


1,248 


6,222 


14,616 


35,257 


21,672 


49,120 



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Baltimore, MD . . 
Boston, MA ... 
Buffalo, NY ... . 
Hartford, CT . . . 
Newark, NJ . . . , 
New York, NY . . . 
PhUadelphia, PA . . 
Portland, ME ... . 
St. Albans, VT . . . 
San Juan, PR. . . . 
Washington, DC . . 

Southern Region . . . 
Atlanta. GA . . . . 

Dallas, TX 

El Paso, TX . . . . 
Hailingen, TX . . . 
Houston, TX . . . . 

Miami, FL 

New Orleans, LA . 
San Antonio, TX . 

Northern Region. . . . 
Anchorage, AK . . 
Chicago, IL . . . . 
Cleveland, OH . . . 
Denver, CO . . . . 

Detroit, Ml 

Helena, MT . . . . 
Kansas City, MO . . 
Omaha, NE . . . . 
Portland, OR. . . . 
St. Paul, MN . . . . 
Seattle, WA 

Western Region . . . . 
Honolulu, HI ... . 
Los Angeles, CA . . 
Phoenix, AZ . . . . 
San Diego, CA . . . 
San Francisco, CA 



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2,664 

722 

894 

5,060 

7,409 

1,749 

60 

75 

2,388 

2,556 

39,187 



479 
11.797 
1,941 
2,521 
3,019 
11,319 
668 
7,443 

31,699 



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822 
8,744 
3,211 
1,181 
2,501 

815 
1,564 

492 
2,321 

32,814 



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14,928 
5,032 
1,990 
9,945 



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365 

531 



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296 
443 
193 
15 
16 
361 



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1,154 

459 

14 

29 

500 

483 

13,891 



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401 

26 

785 



46 

1,515 

190 

164 

233 

1,870 

86 

1,317 



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5,125 
269 
561 
950 

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225 

2,468 

9,280 



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318 

167 
27 

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118 
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431 
145 
364 
138 
184 

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309 
3,382 
793 
468 
873 
261 
513 
164 
647 

7,382 



277 
232 
137 



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633 
182 
769 



307 
3,261 
1,254 

380 
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195 

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399 

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7 

226 

169 

6,421 



91 

1,979 

128 

334 
475 
2,462 
123 
829 

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1,187 
684 
216 
346 
93 
210 



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146 
3,081 
1.422 

179 
1.657 



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283 

1,509 

244 

466 

2,683 

4,618 

615 

16 

10 



10,756 



206 
3,012 

547 
1,370 
1,087 
2,284 

206 
2,044 

12.532 



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5,395 
200 
2,593 
923 
325 
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315 
640 
169 



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333 
6,242 
1,391 

938 
5.194 



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TABLE 55 (CONT'D) 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY LENGTH OF TIME ILLEGALLY IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY BORDER PATROL SECTORS 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



Within 
72 hours 



1-6 7 months 

months to 1 yr. 



Over 
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Total Border Patrol Sectors 



Eastern Region . 
Buffalo . . . . 
Houlton . . . 
Ogdensburg . 
Swanton . . . 

Southern Region. 
Del Rio ... . 
El Paso . . . . 
Laredo . . . . 

Marfa 

McAUen. . . . 

Miami 

New Orleans . 

Northern Region. 

Blaine 

Detroit . . . . 
Grand Forks . 

Havre 

Spokane . . . 

Western Region . 
Chula Vista . 
El Centro . . . 
Livermore . . 
Tucson . . . . 
Yuma 



326,836 
59,774 
52,346 
33,085 
45,483 



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224 


388 


119 


170 


60 


145 


652 


237 


337 


33 


25 


6 


14 


734 


473 


221 


16 


15 


5 


4 


1,983 


1,339 


395 


91 


80 


27 


51 


294,776 


161,660 


83,029 


17,939 


18,319 


5,647 


8 182 


50,455 


34,815 


4,791 


2,617 


5,775 


1,563 


894 


146,872 


84,167 


52,409 


5,545 


2,247 


764 


1,740 


36,910 


29,009 


4,308 


1,497 


1.136 


297 


663 


17,584 


2,019 


5,936 


2,516 


4,109 


1,187 


1,817 


32,809 


11,614 


14,436 


4,172 


1,239 


414 


934 


4,934 


31 


759 


426 


1,485 


726 


1,507 


5,212 


5 


390 


1,166 


2,328 


696 


627 


8,515 


1,359 


800 


878 


2,330 


994 


2,154 


1,071 


394 


195 


91 


172 


59 


160 


1,785 


602 


102 


91 


306 


172 


512 


936 


189 


200 


116 


176 


77 


178 


1,946 


130 


197 


281 


672 


240 


426 


2,777 


44 


106 


299 


1,004 


446 


878 


517,524 


327,774 


89,205 


30,330 


45,788 


11,050 


13,377 



226,929 
47,605 



18,379 
34,861 



70,808 
4,050 
1,318 
5,952 
7,077 



12,275 
2,428 
9,819 

1,'922 



11,175 
3,035 

27,203 

3,427 

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913 

7,099 
779 
251 



3,641 

1,743 

6,907 

662 

424 



123 



TABLE 56 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY DISTRICT OFFICES 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 




Seeking 
employment 



U.S. Total . . . 

Total Districts . 

Eastern Region . . . , 
Baltimore, MD . , 
Boston, MA ... 
Buffalo, NY ... , 
Hartford, CT . , . . 
Newark, NJ . . . . 
New York, NY . . 
PhUadelphia, PA . . 
Portland, ME ... , 
St. Albans, VT . . . 
San Juan, PR. . . . 
Washington, DC . . 

Southern Region. . . . 
Atlanta, GA . . . . 

Dallas, TX 

El Paso, TX . . . . 
Harlingen, TX . . . 
Houston, TX . . . . 

Miami, FL 

New Orleans, LA . 
San Antonio, TX. . 

Northern Region. . . . 
Anchorage, AK . . 
Chicago, IL . . . . 
Cleveland, OH . . . 
Denver, CO . . . . 
Detroit, MI . . . . 
Helena, MT . . . . 
Kansas City, MO . . 
Omaha, NE . . . . 
Portland, OR ... . 
St. Paul, MN . . . . 
Seattle, WA . . . . 

Western Region . . . . 
Honolulu, HI ... . 
Los Angeles, CA . . 
Phoeni.\, AZ . . . . 
San Diego, CA . . . 
San Francisco, CA 



13,955 


405 


11,819 


1,731 


532 


55 


395 


82 


1,792 


1 


1,387 


404 


342 


26 


286 


30 


612 


12 


533 


67 


2,254 


4 


2,243 


7 


5,218 


18 


4,477 


723 


1,585 


287 


1.141 


157 


37 


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35 


2 


32 


1 


28 


3 


914 


- 


711 


203 


637 


1 


583 


53 


26,574 


675 


17,582 


8,317 


231 


18 


180 


33 


10,902 


126 


9,673 


1,103 


869 


29 


665 


175 


2,487 


136 


1,267 


1,084 


845 


1 


731 


113 


6,035 


151 


1,010 


4,874 


402 


2 


330 


70 


4,803 


212 


3.726 


865 


23,588 


3.737 


15.528 


4,323 


176 


- 


111 


65 


7,904 


93 


6,658 


1,153 


430 


28 


202 


200 


7,027 


1,361 


4,514 


1,152 


2,255 


39 


1,847 


369 


869 


717 


75 


77 


1.933 


182 


871 


880 


750 


85 


454 


211 


856 


433 


288 


135 


242 


17 


220 


5 


1,146 


782 


288 


76 


21,073 


1,858 


16,119 


3,096 


575 


- 


446 


129 


10,298 


427 


8,379 


1,492 


3,120 


164 


2,730 


226 


877 


73 


679 


125 


6,203 


1,194 


3,885 


1.124 



124 



TABLE 56 (CONT'D) 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY BORDER PATROL SECTORS 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



Sector 


Total 


agriculture 


industry 
and 
other 


Seeking 
employment 




774,490 


75,639 


25,008 


673,843 






942 


171 


235 


536 






576 
113 
41 
412 

284,833 


95 
58 
9 
9 

16,397 


% 

24 
13 
102 

15,791 


185 
31 
19 

301 

252,645 


Houlton 

Ogdensburg 

Swanton 

Southern Region 


Del Rio 


49,271 
145,378 
35,872 
15,199 
30,412 
4,057 
4,644 

5,748 


1,196 
7,554 

573 
2,363 
1,924 
2,621 

166 

3,092 


898 
5,315 
1,558 
4,187 
1,480 

529 
1,824 

922 


47,177 
132,509 
33,741 
8,649 
27,008 
907 
2,654 

1,734 


El Paso 


Laredo 

Marfa 

McAllen 

Miami 

New Orleans 


Northern Region 




Blaine 

Detroit . . 


518 

945 

380 

1,612 

2,293 

482,967 


173 

593 

72 

689 

1,565 

55,979 


56 
193 
234 
277 
162 

8,060 


289 
159 
74 
646 
566 

418,928 




Havre 






Chula Vista 


306,798 

53,472 
45,233 
32,086 
45,378 


12,019 
2,510 

34,690 
3,720 
3,040 


2,764 

2,189 

2,208 

777 

122 


292.015 
48,773 
8,335 
27,589 
42,216 




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TABLE 57 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY AREA CONTROL BY DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



Districts 


Located 
by area-control 


U.S. Total 


93,210 




14,084 


Baltimore MD 


691 




727 


Buffalo NY 


442 


Hartford CT 


554 




2,871 


New York, NY 

PhUadelphia, PA 

Portland ME 


3,645 

1,026 

41 


St. Albans, VT 


46 
1,697 


Washington, DC 

Southern Region 


2,344 
33,450 




361 


Dallas TX 


10,608 
1,431 




Harlingen, TX 


1,109 

2 184 






New Orleans, LA 


385 
6,639 

23,944 








Anchorage, AK 

Chicago IL 


183 
7 433 


Cleveland, OH 

Denver CO 


486 
7 344 




738 


Helena MT 


1 008 


Kansas City, MO 


2,334 
557 


Portland OR 


1 562 


St. Paul, MN 


373 




1,926 





Western Region . . . . 
Honolulu, HI ... . 
Los Angeles, CA . . 
PhoenLx, AZ . . . . 
San Diego, CA . . . 
San Francisco, CA 



,732 



456 
9,442 
3,342 

819 
7,673 



TABLE 58 

ALIENS DEPORTED AND REQUIRED TO DEPART BY DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR 1981 



DisUicts 


Total 

deported and 

required to 

depart 


Deported 


Required 

to 

depart 


U.S. Total 


837,008 


16,651 


820,357 




38,OO.S 


1,552 


36,453 


Baltimore MD 


5,738 
1,063 
2,073 

459 
3,985 
6,376 
1,676 

818 
1,066 
1,369 
13,382 

271,823 


60 
92 

119 
44 

179 

548 
84 
30 
7 

260 

7,323 


5,678 


Boston, MA 

Buffalo, NY 

Hartford, CT 

Newark, NJ 

New York, NY 

Philadelphia, PA 

Portland, ME 

St Albans VT 


971 
1,954 

415 
3,806 
5,828 
1,592 

788 
1,059 


San Juan, PR 

Washington, DC 

Southern Region 


1,109 
13,253 

264,500 


Atlanta, GA 

DaUas, TX 


527 
749 
136,459 
32.710 
2,427 
2,420 
2,773 
93,758 

27,452 


91 

54 

2,871 

2,060 

191 

642 

196 

1,218 

1,015 


436 

695 

133,588 


Harlingen, TX 

Houston, TX 

Miami, FL 

New Orleans, LA 


30,650 
2,236 
1,778 
2,577 

92,540 




26,437 


Anchorage, AK 

Chicago, IL 

Qeveland OH 


131 

7,287 

601 

5,772 

1,338 

2,551 

2,349 

706 

766 

826 

5,125 

499,728 


5 
348 
34 
82 
85 
54 
25 
53 
27 
23 
279 

6,761 


126 
6,939 

567 


Denver, CO 

Detroit, Ml 

Helena, MT 

Kansas City MO 


5,690 
1,253 
2,497 
2,324 




653 


Portland, OR 


739 
803 


Seattle WA 


4,846 




492,967 


Honolulu, HI 

Los Angeles CA . • . 


952 

17,425 

73,376 

402,968 

5,007 


58 
632 

39 

5,587 

445 


894 
16,793 




73,337 


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397,381 




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Private Immigration and Nationally Bills Introduced and Laws Enacted 77th Congress Through 97th Congress (First Session) 



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Bills 
Introduced 


Laws 
Enacted 


610 


11 


902 


83 


1,024 


138 


1,023 


99 


1,085 


63 


2,866 


62 


6,266 


113 


7,293 


218 


5,285 


279 


3,647 


196 


3,592 


544 


3,069 


488 


4,364 


927 


4,474 


1,227 


4,797 


755 


3,669 


729 


2,811 


505 


1,141 


121 


429 


14 


163 


12 


430 


22 



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94th 

93rd 

92nd 

91st 

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89th 

88th 

87th 

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135 



ACQUIRED CITIZENSHIP - Citizenship conferred at birth for children born abroad 
to a citizen parent (s). 

ADJUSTKENT TO IMMIGRAfiT STATUS - Procedure allowing certain aliens already in 
the United States to apply. for iimiigrant status. Aliens admitted to the United 
States in a nonimmigrant or other capacity may have their status changed to 
that of lawful [Permanent resident if they are eligible to receive an immigrant 
visa as a permanent resident and an i.-miigrant visa is Lnmed lately available. In 
such cases, the alien is counteci as an immigrant as of the date of adjustm.ent, 
even though the alien may have been in the United States for an extended period 
of time. 

.ALIEN - Any i_3erson not a citizen or a national of the United States. 

ALIEN ADDRESS REPORT PROGRT^'. - A now-defunct annual registration program for 
aliens. Until P.L. 97-116 (Act of 12/29/81) eliminated the stipulation, all 
aliens in the United States were required to register with the Inmigration and 
Naturalization Service each January. rJationality and state of residence data 
were canpiled annually on the alien population reporting under the program. 
The last year for which data are available is 198C. 

APPHEHEN'SION - The arrest of a deportable alien by the Imamigrat ion and 
Naturalization Service. Each apprehension of the same alien in a fiscal year 
is counted separately. 

AREA CONTROL - Enforcement operations conducted by the Immigration and 
Naturalization Service's Investigations Division to locate and apprehend aliens 
illegally in the United States. Area Control surveys focus on places of 
anployment where illegal aliens are concentrated. 

ASYLEE - An alien in the United States or at a port of entry unable or 
unwilling to return to his or her country of nationality, or to seek the 
protection of that country because of persecution or a well-founded fear of 
persecution. Persecution or the fear thereof may be based on the alien's race, 
religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group or political 
opinion. For persons with no nationality, the country of nationality is 
considered to be the one in which the alien last habitually resided. 




137 



BORDER GROSSER - An alien or citizen resident of the United States reentering 
the country across land borders after an absence of less than six months in 
Canada or Mexico, or a nonresident alien enteriny the United States across the 
Canadian border for stays of no more than six months or across the Mexican 
border for stays of no nnore than 72 hours, or a U.S. citizen residing in Canada 
or Mexico who enters the United States frequently for business or pleasure. 

BORDER PATROL SECTOR - Any one of 21 geographic areas into which the United 
States is divided for the Immigration and Naturalization Service's Border 
Patrol activities. Of the 21 sectors, all but one are located along the 
northern and southern borders of the United States. 

CERTIFICATE OF CITIZENSHIP - Identity document proving U.S. citizenship. 
Certificates of citizenship are issued to derivative citizens and to persons 
who acquired U.S. citizenship (see definitions for acquired and derivative 
citizenship) 

CHILD - An unmarried person under 21 years of age who is: a legitimate child; 
a stepchild provided that the child was under 18 years of age at the time that 
the marriage creating the stepchild status occurred; a legitimated child 
provided that the child was legitimate while in the legal custody of the 
legitimating parent; an illegitimate child (has only one possible parent, the 
mother); a child adopted while under 16 years of age who has resided since 
adoption in the legal custody of the adopting parents for at least 2 years ; or 
an orphan, under 16 years of age , who has been adopted abroad by a U.S. citizen 
or has an imnediate relative visa petition submitted in his/her behalf and is 
coming to the United States for adoption by a U.S. Citizen. 

COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE - The previous country of citizenship of a 
naturalized U.S. citizen or of a person who derived U.S. citizenship. 

COUNTRY OF LAST RESIDENCE - The country in which an alien habitually resided 
prior to entering the United States. 

CREWMAN - A foreign national serving in any capacity on board a vessel or 
aircraft. Cre^-mian are admitted for twenty-nine days, with no extensions. 
Crewmen required to depart on the same vessel on which they arrived are 
classified as D-ls. Crewmen who depart on a vessel different than the one on 
which they arrived are classified D-2s. 

CREWMEN TECHNICAL (or NONWILLFUL) VIOLATOR - Any crewman who through no fault 
of his or her own remains in the United States more than 29 days (e.g., a 
crewman hospitalized beyond the 29-day admission period). 

CUBAN/HAITIAN ENTRANT - Status accorded 1) Cubans who entered the United States 
illegally prior to June 19, 1980 and 2) Haitians who entered the country 
illegally before January 1, 1981. 

DECLARATION OF INTENTION - Form once filed by a lawful permanent resident as 
the first step toward naturalization. After two years residence as an 
immigrant, the alien could file an application for naturalization. A de- 
claration of intention has not been required of all applicants for natu- 
ralization since 1952. However, an immigrant may need to file the form for 
employment purposes. 



DEPARTURE UNDER SAFEGUARDS - An illegal alien's departure from the United 
States, when that departure is physically observed by an IrruTiigration and 
Naturalization Service official. 

DEPORTABLE ALIEN - An alien in the United States subject to any of the 19 
grounds of deportation specified in the Immigration and Nationality Act. This 
includes any alien illegally in the United States, regardless of whether the 
alien entered the country illegally or entered legally but subsequently 
violated the terms of his or her visa. 

DEPORTATION - The formal removal of an alien from the United States when the 
presence of that alien is deemed inconsistent with the public welfare. 
Deportation is ordered by an i.Timigration judge v;ithout any punishment being 
imposed or contaiiplated. 

DERIVATIVE CITIZENSHIP - Citizenship conveyed to children through the naturali- 
zation of parents or, under certain circunstances, to spouses of citizens at 
marriage. 

DISTRICT - Any one of thirty-five geographic areas into which the United States 
and its territories are divided for INS field operations or one of three 
overseas offices located in Rome, Hong Kong or Mexico City. Operations are 
supervised by a District Director located at a District Office within the 
District's geographic boundaries. 

EXCLUSION - The formal denial of an alien's entry into the United States. The 
exclusion of the alien is made by an Immigration Judge after an exclusion 
hearing. 

EXEI'IPT FROM NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS - Those aliens accorded lawful pemanent 
residence who are exempt from the provisions of the preference system set forth 
in immigration law. Exempt categories include immediate relatives of U.S. 
citizens, refugees, special immigrants, and certain other immigrants. 

EXPATRIATION - The loss of citizenship as a result of a formal transference of 
loyalties to another country. The tables included in this report only include 
expatriations of naturalized citizens. 

FILES CONTROL OFFICE - An INS field office—either a District (including INS 
overseas offices) or a suboffice of that District — where alien case files are 
maintained and controlled. 

FISCAL YEAR - The twelve-month period beginning October 1 and running through 
September 3C. Prior to FY 1977, the fiscal year ran from July 1 through June 
30. (For earlier fiscal year date changes, see note in Table 2.) 

FOREIGN STATE OF CHARGEABILITY - The independent country to which an immigrant 
entering under the preference system is accredited. Independent countries 
cannot exceed 20,000 immigrants in a fiscal year. Dependencies of independent 
countries cannot exceed 600 of the 20,000 limit. Chargeability is usually 
determined by country of birth. Exceptions are made to prevent the separation 
of faiiiily members when the limitation for the country of birth has been met. 



139 



GENERAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS - The basic requirements for naturalization 
that every applicant must meet, unless a raanber of a special class. General 
provisions require an applicant to be at least 18 years of age, a lawful 
permanent resident with five years of continuous residence in the United 
States, and to have beei- >nysically present in the country for half that 
period. 

GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF QIARGEABILITY - Any one of five regions — Africa, East Asia, 
Latin America and the Caribbean, Near East and South Asia, and the USSR and 
Eastern Europe — into which the world is divided for the initial admission of 
refugees to the United States. Annual consultations between the Executive 
Branch and the Congress determine the number of refugees that can be admitted 
to the United States from each area. 

HEMISPHERIC CEILINGS - Statutory limits on iimiigration to the United States in 
effect from 1968 to October 1978. Mandated by the Immigration and Nationality 
Act Amendments of 1965, the ceiling on immigration from the Eastern Hemisphere 
was set at 170,000, with a per-country limit of 20,000. Immigration from the 
Western Hemisphere was held to 120,000, without a per-country limit until 
January 1, 1977. The Western Hemisphere was then subject to a 20,000 per- 
country limit. 

irit-iEDIATE RELATIVES - Certain i:Ttnigrants who because of their close relation- 
ship to U.S. citizens are exempt from the numerical limitations imposed on 
immigration to the United States. Immediate relatives are: spouses of 
citizens, children (under 21 years of age) of citizens, parents of citizens 21 
years of age or older and orphans adopted by U.S. citizens who are at least 
twenty-one years of age. 

IMMIGRANT - An alien admitted to the United States as a lawful permanent 
resident. Immigrants are those persons lawfully accorded the privilege of 
residing permanently in the United States. They may be issued immigrant visas 
by the Department of State overseas or adjusted to permanent resident status by 
INS in the United States. 

LABOR CERTIFICATION - Requirement falling on 1) those persons whose immigration 
to the United States is based on job skills (third, sixth and nonpreference 
immigrant categories) and 2) nonimmigrant tenporary workers (H-2s) coming to 
perform services unavailable in the United States. Labor certification is 
awarded by the Secretary of Labor when there are insufficient numbers of U.S. 
workers available to undertake the anployment sought by an applicant and when 
the alien's employment will not have an adverse effect on the wages and working 
conditions of U.S. workers similarly employed. Determination of U.S. labor 
availability is made at the time of a visa application and at the location 
where the applicant wishes to work. 

MEDIAN AGE - The age which divides the population into two equal-sized groups, 
one younger and one older than the median. 

NATIONALITY - The country of a person's citizenship. 

NATURALIZATION - The conferring, by any means, of citizenship upon a person 
after birth. 



NATURALIZATION COURT - Any court authorized to award U.S. citizenship. 
Jurisdiction for naturalization has been conferred upon the following courts: 
U.S. District Courts in all states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico; 
the District Courts of GuaiTi and the Virgin Islands; and state courts. 
Generally, naturalization courts are authorized to award citizenship only to 
those persons who reside within their territorial jurisdiction. 

NATURALIZATION PETITION - The form used by a lawful permanent resident to apply 
for U.S. citizenship. The petition is filed with a naturalization court 
through the Immigration and Naturalization Service. 

NEW ARRIVAL - A lawful permanent resident alien who enters the United States at 
a port of entry. The alien is generally required to present an immigrant visa, 
issued outside the United States by a consular officer of the Department of 
State. Three classes of immigrants, however, need not have an immigrant visa 
to enter the United States — children born abroad to lawful permanent resident 
aliens, children born subsequent to the issuance of an immigrant visa to 
accanpanying parents and American Indians born in Canada. 

NONIMMIGRANT - An alien who seeks temporary entry to the United States for a 
specific purpose. The alien must have a permanent residence abroad and qualify 
for the nonimmigrant classification sought. Nonirnnigrants include: foreign 
government officials, officials and onployees of international organizations, 
visitors for business and pleasure, crewnen, students, trainees, and temporary 
workers of distinguished merit and ability or who perform services unavailable 
in the United States. Refugees are also considered nonimmigrants when 
initially admitted. 

NONPREFERENCE CATEGORY - Visa numbers not used in any of the first six 
categories of the preference systan. Nonpreference visas are available to any 
applicant not entitled to one under the other preferences. Nonpreference 
numbers have been unavailable since September 1978 because of high demand in 
the preference categories. 

OCCUPATION - For an alien entering the United States or adjusting without a 
labor certification, occupation refers to the employment held in the country of 
last or legal residence or the United States. For an alien with a labor 
certification, occupation is the employment for which certification has been 
issued. Labor certification would be issued to third, sixth and nonpreference 
immigrants or to nonimmigrant temporary workers (H-2) performing services 
unavailable in United States. 

OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES - The third and sixth categories of the preference 
systan. Third preference allows for the admission of members of the pro- 
fessions, and scientists or artists of exceptional ability. Sixth preference 
covers skilled or unskilled occupations for which labor is in short supply in 
the United States. 



ORPHAN - For i.-nmigration purposes, a child whose parents have died or dis- 
appeared, or who has been abandoned or otherwise separated from both parents. 
An orphan may also be a child whose sole or surviving parent is incapable of 
providing that child with proper care and who has, in writing, irrevocably 
released the child for emigration and adoption. In order to qualify as an 
immediate relative, the orphan must be under the age of sixteen at the time a 
petition is filed on his or her behalf. To enter the United States, an orphan 
must have been adopted abroad by a U.S. citizen or be coming to the United 
States for adoption by a citizen. 

PANAMA CANAL ACT IMMIGRANTS - Three categories of special immigrants es- 
tablished by P.L. 96-70, the Act of September 27, 1979: 1) certain former 
employees of the Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone Government, their spouses 
and children; 2) certain former anployees of the U. S. Government in the Panama 
Canal Zone, their spouses and children; and 3) certain fonner employees of the 
Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone Government on April 1, 1979, their spouses 
and children. The Act provides for admission of a maximum of 15,000 im- 
migrants, at a rate of no more than 5,000 a year. They are not, however, 
subject to the worldwide ceiling. 

PAROLEE - An alien allowed to enter the United States under emergency 
conditions or when that alien's entry is determined to be in the public 
interest. Parole is temporary and does not constitute a formal admission to 
the United States. Persons paroled into the United States are required to 
leave when the conditions supporting their parole cease to exist. 

PER-COUNTRY LIMIT - The maximum number of imnigrant visas that can be issued to 
any one country in a fiscal year. Independent countries can currently use no 
more than 20,000 visa numbers; their dependencies no more than 600 of that 
total. The per country limit does not mean, however, that a country will be 
given 20,000 visa numbers each year, just that it cannot receive more than that 
number. Because of the combined workings of the preference system and 
per-country limits, most countries do not reach this level of visa issuance. 

PORT OF ENTRY - Any location in the United States or its territories which is 
designated as a point of entry for aliens and U.S. citizens. All District and 
Files Control Offices are also considered ports since they become locations of 
entry for aliens adjusting to immigrant status. 

PREFERENCE SYSTEM - The six categories among which 270,000 immigrant visa 
numbers are distributed each year — Unmarried sons and daughters (over 21 years 
of age) of U.S. citizens (20 percent) ; spouses, and unmarried sons and 
daughters of lawful permanent residents (26 percent) ; members of the pro- 
fessions or persons of exceptional ability in the sciences and arts (10 
percent); married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens (10 percent), brothers 
and sisters of U.S. citizens over 21 years of age (24 percent) and needed 
skilled or unskilled workers (10 percent) . A seventh nonpreference category, 
historically open to iomigrants not entitled to a visa number under one of the 
six preferences just listed, has had no numbers available since September 1978. 

PRINCIPAL ALIEN - The alien from whom another alien derives a privilege or 
status under immigration law or regulation. 



REFUGEE - Any person who is outside his or her country of nationality and who 
is unable or unwilling to return to that country because of persecution or a 
well-founded fear of persecution. Persecution or the fear thereof may be based 
on the alien's race, religion, nationality, manbership in a particular social 
group, or political opinion. People with no nationality must be outside their 
country of last habitual residence to qualify as a refugee. 

REFUGEE APPROVALS - The number of refugees approved for admission to the United 
States during a fiscal year. Refugee approvals are made by INS officers in 
overseas offices. 

REFUGEE AUTHORIZED ADMISSIONS - The maximum number of refugees allowed to enter 
the United States in a given fiscal year. As set forth in the Refugee Act of 
1930, P.L. 96-212, the annual figure is determined by the President after 
consultations with Congress. 

REFUGEE-CONDITIONAL ENTRANT - An alien who entered the United States or who 
adjusted to lawful permanent resident status under the seventh preference 
category of P.L. 89-236, the Act of October 3, 1965. Visa numbers for 
conditional entrants were limited to six percent of the total numerical 
limitation. The seventh preference was abolished by the Refugee Act of 1980 
(P.L. 96-212) and the six percent limitation assigned to second preference. At 
the same time, the world wide numerical limit was reduced from 290,000 to 
270,000. 

REFUGEE-PAROLEE - A qualified applicant for conditional entry, between 
February 1970 and April 1980, whose application for admission to the United 
States could not be approved because of inadequate numbers of seventh preference 
visas. As a result, the applicant was paroled into the United States. 

REGION - Any one of four areas of the United States a-nong which the Immigration 
and Naturalization Service's district offices are divided for administrative 
purposes — Eastern Region, Southern Region, Northern Region, and Western Region. 

RELATIVE PREFERENCES - The first, second, fourth, and fifth categories of the 
preference system. The first preference allows the entry of unmarried sons and 
daughters (over 21 years of age) of U.S. citizens. Second preference covers 
spouses and unmarried sons and daughters of aliens lawfully admitted for 
permanent residence. Fourth preference allows for the entry of married sons 
and daughters of U.S. citizens. Fifth preference deals with the brothers and 
sisters of U.S. citizens, provided such citizens are at least twenty-one years 
of age. 

REQUIRED DEPARTURE - The directed departure of an alien from the United States 
without an order of deportation. The departure may be voluntary or involuntary 
on the part of the alien, and may or may not have been preceded by a hearing 
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SILVA INKIGRAtJTS - Immigrants from independent Western Hanisphere countries and 
their spouses and children who were issued preference numbers under the Silva 
Program (1977-1981) . The Silva Program was instituted by court order to 
provide for the recapture of 144,946 preference visa numbers originally used 
for Cuban refugee adjustments. Silva numbers, although subject to an overall 
numerical limitation, were assigned in addition to the annual worldwide 
ceiling. 

SPECIAL IMMIGRANTS - Certain categories of i.Tinigrants exempt from numerical 
limitations on visa issuance— persons who lost citizenship by marriage; persons 
who lost citizenship by serving in foreign armed forces; ministers of religion, 
their spouses and children; certain anployees or former anployees of the U.S. 
Government abroad, their spouses and children; and Pananaa Canal Act iiTinigrants. 

SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS - Provisions covering special classes of 
persons who may be naturalized even though they do not meet all the general 
requiraTients for naturalization. Such special provisions allow: 1) wives or 
husbands of U.S. citizens to be naturalized in three years instead of the 
prescribed five years; 2) a surviving spouse of a U.S. citizen who served in 
the armed forces to file in any naturalization court instead of where he/she 
resides; 3) children of U.S. citizen parents to be naturalized without meeting 
the literacy or government-knowledge requiranents or taking the oath, if too 
young to understand the meaning. Other classes of persons who may qualify for 
special consideration are former U.S. citizens, servicemen, seamen, and 
anployees of organizations promoting U.S. interests abroad. 

STATELESS - Having no nationality. 

SUBJECT TO LnIUMERICAL LIMITATIOMS - Condition imposed on all immigration to the 
United States, except for the iaiTiediate relatives of U.S. citizens and certain 
special innmigrants. The number of aliens accorded lawful permanent residence 
under the provisions of the preference systenn must not exceed 270,000 in any 
fiscal year. The preference system provides for the admission of relatives of 
citizens (other than immediate relatives) , immediate relatives of lawful 
permanent resident aliens, aliens in specified occupations, as well as other 
im.Tiigrants. 

SUSPENSION OF DEPORTATION - A discretionary benefit adjusting an alien's status 
fran that of deportable alien to one lawfully admitted for permanent residence. 
Application for suspension of deportation is made during the course of a 
deportation hearing before an Immigration Judge. 

TRANSITION QUARTER - The three-month period — July 1 through September 30, 
1976, —between FY 1976 and FY 1977. At this time, the fiscal year calendar 
shifted from July 1 - June 30 to October 1 - September 30. 

UNMARRIED ALIEN - An alian, who is not married at the time an application is 
filed. 

WORLDWIDE CEILING - The numerical limit imposed on i.Timigrant visa issuance 

worldwide beginning in FY 1979. The current ceiling totals 270,000 visa 

numbers. Prior to inactment of P.L. 96-212 on March 17, 1980, the worldwide 
ceiling was 290,000. The ceiling in FY 1980 was 280,000. 



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