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1982 

Statistical Yearbook 

of the Immigration 

and Naturalization Service 



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.S. Department of Justice 

nmigration and Naturalization Service 



1982 

Statistical Yearbook 

of the Immigration 

and Naturalization Service 




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1982 Statistical Yearbook 
of the Immigration and 
Naturalization 
Service 

Contents 

Introduction Page vii 

Tables Immigrants Page 

IMM 1.1 Immigration to the United States: 1820-1982 I 

IMM 1.2 Immigration by country, for decades: 1820-1982 2 

IMM 1.3 Immigrants admitted by country or region of birth: Fiscal Years 1973-1982 6 

IMM 1.4 Immigrants admitted, by type of admission: Fiscal Years 1966-1982 10 

IMM 1.5 Immigrant aliens admitted under the Immigration and Nationality Act by 

class of admission; Fiscal Years 1978-1982 II 

IMM 2.1 Immigrants admitted by foreign state of chargeability under the worldwide 

numerical limitation on immigration of 270,000: Fiscal Year 1982 15 

IMM 2.2 Immigrants admitted, by type of admission and country or region of birth: 

Fiscal Year 1982 19 

IMM 2.3 Immigrants admitted by classes under the immigration laws and country or 

region of birth: Fiscal Year 1982 23 

IMM 2.4 Immigrants admitted by classes under the immigration laws and country of 

last permanent residence: Fiscal Year 1982 27 

IMM 2.5 Immigrant orphans admitted to the United States by country or region of 

birth: Fiscal Years 1978-1982 ' '. 31 

IMM 2.6 Immigrant new arrivals to the United Statesbycountry or region of birth and 

type of admission: Fiscal Year 1982 34 

IMM 3.1 Aliens who were adjusted to permanent resident status in the United States 

by country or region of birth: Fiscal Year 1982 38 

IMM 3.2 Aliens who were adjusted to permanent resident status in the United States 

by status at entry and country or region of birth: Fiscal Year 1982 42 

IMM 3.3 Aliens who were adjusted to permanent resident status in the United States 

by calendar year of entry and country or region of birth: Fiscal Year 1982 46 

IMM 4.1 Immigrants admitted by age: Fiscal Years 1978-1982 50 

IMM 4.2 Immigrants admitted by sex, marital status, median age, and major 

occupation group: Fiscal Years 1977-1979, and 1982 51 

IMM 4.3 Immigrantsadmitted bycountryorregionof birth, andage: Fiscal Year 1982 52 

IMM 5.1 Immigrants admitted by port of entry: Fiscal Year 1982 64 

IMM 5.2 Immigrantsadmitted by state of intended permanent residence: Fiscal Years 

1973-1979, and 1982 65 

IMM 5.3 Immigrants admitted by specified countries of birth and rural and urban area 

and city: Fiscal Year 1982 66 

IMM 6.1 Immigrants admitted by country or region of birth and major occupation 

group: Fiscal Year 1982 78 

IMM 6.6 Beneficiaries of occupational preferences and other immigrants admitted by 

occupation: Fiscal Year 1 982 82 



Tikh]es-Coniinued Refugees Page 

REF 1.1 Refugee authorized admissions and approvals by geographic area of 

chargeability; Fiscal Year 1982 91 

REF 1.2 Applications for refugee status under section 207, PL 96-212, by INS 

overseas office: Fiscal Year 1982 92 

REF 1 .3 Applications for refugee status under section 207, PL 96-2 1 2, by geographic 

area and country of chargeability: Fiscal Year 1982 93 

REF 1.4 Refugee approvals by geographic area of chargeability and month: Fiscal 

Year 1982 96 

REF 2. 1 Refugee arrivals by geographic area of chargeability and month: Fiscal Year 

1982 97 

REF 2.2 Refugee arrivals into the United States by nationality: Fiscal Year 1982 ... 98 
REF 4.1 Refugees granted lawful permanent resident status by Fiscal Year and Act: 

Fiscal Years 1946-1982 99 

REF 4.2 Refugees granted lawful permanent resident status by country or region of 

birth: Fiscal Year 1982 101 

Nonimmigrants 

NIM 1 Nonimmigrants admitted by classes under the immigration laws and country 

or region of last residence: Fiscal Year 1982 104 

NIM 2 Foreign laborers admitted into the United States under special programs: 

Fiscal Years 1977-1982 107 

Nationality 

NAT 1.1 Declarations of intention filed, petitions for naturalization filed, persons 

naturalized, and petitions for naturalization denied: Fiscal Years 

1907-1982 108 

NAT 1.2 Persons naturalized by general and special naturalization provisions: Fiscal 

Years 1978-1982. .'. 109 

NAT 1.3 Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance: Fiscal Years 

1973-1982 110 

NAT 2.1 Persons naturalized by general and special naturalization provisions and 

country or region of former allegiance: Fiscal Year 1982 113 

NAT 3.1 Persons naturalized by sex and age: Fiscal Years 1973-1982 116 

NAT 3.2 Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance, sex, and age: 

Fiscal Year 1982 117 

NAT 3.3 Persons naturalized by sex, marital status, median age, and major occupation 

group: Fiscal Years 1978-1982 125 

NAT 4.1 Persons naturalized by state or territory of residence: Fiscal Years 1973-1982 126 
NAT 4.2 Aliens naturalized by selected states of residence and country of former 

allegiance: Fiscal Year 1982 127 

NAT 4.3 Persons naturalized by specified countries of former allegiance and by rural 

and urban area and city: Fiscal Year 1982 133 

NAT 5.1 Persons naturalized by country or region of former allegiance and major and 

major occupation group: Fiscal Year 1982 145 

NAT 5.2 Persons naturalized by country or region of birth and year of entry: Fiscal 

Year 1982 .' 148 

NAT 6 Persons expatriated by grounds and year reports received: Fiscal Years 

1892-1982 '. 152 



Tables— Continued Nationality Page 

NAT 7.1 Certificates of citizenship issued by reason for claim: Fiscal Years 1959-1982 153 

NAT 7.2 Administrative certificates of citizenship issued by country or region of birth 

and reason for claim: Fiscal Year 1982 154 

NAT 7.3 Administrative certificates of citizenship issued to persons who acquired 
citizenship at birth abroad through citizen, parents by country or region of 
birth, and year acquired: Fiscal Year 1982 157 

NAT 7.4 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: Fiscal Year 1982 159 

NAT 8 Petitions for naturalization denied by reason; Fiscal Years 1973-1982 162 

Enforcement 

ENF 1.1 Aliens apprehended, aliens deported, and aliens required to depart: Fiscal 

Years 1892-1982 163 

ENF 1.2 Deportable aliens located by status at entry and nationality: Fiscal Year 1982 165 
ENF 1.3 Deportable aliens located by nationality, district office, and border patrol 

sector: Fiscal Year 1982 166 

ENF 1.4 Deportable aliens located by length of time illegally in the United States. 

district office, and border patrol sector: Fiscal Year 1982 168 

ENF 1.5 Deportable aliens located by employment status, district office, and border 

patrol sector: Fiscal Year 1982 1 70 

ENF 1.6 Deportable aliens located by area control and district: Fiscal Year 1982 ... 172 

ENF 2.1 Aliens excluded from the United States by cause: Fiscal Years 1892-1982 173 

ENF 2.2 Aliens excluded by country or region of birth and cause: Fiscal Year 1982 174 

ENF 3.1 Aliens required to depart by nationality and cause: Fiscal Year 1982 176 

ENF 3.2 Aliens required to depart by country of destination and cause: Fiscal Year 

1982 1 79 

ENF 4. 1 Aliens deported by country to which deported and cause: Fiscal Year 1982 182 

ENF 4.2 Aliens deported by nationality and cause: Fiscal Year 1982 185 

ENF 4.3 Aliens deported by cause: Fiscal Years 1908-1982 188 

ENF 4.4 Aliens deported by country to which deported: Fiscal Years 1973-1982 ... 189 
ENF 4.5 Aliens deported and required to depart by year of entry and status at entry: 

Fiscal Year 1982 192 

ENF 4.6 Aliens deported and required to depart by status at entry: Fiscal Year 1982 

ENF 4.8 Aliens deported and required to depart by district: Fiscal Year 1982 193 

ENF 5. 1 Report of service participation in the control of marijuana, narcotics, and 

dangerous drug traffic: Fiscal Years 1980-1982 195 

ENF 5.2 Principal activities and accomplishments of the Immigration Border Patrol: 

Fiscal Years 1973-1982 196 



Entries 

ENT 1 Entries of aliens and citizens by state and port: Fiscal Year 1982 197 

ENT 2 Entries of alien and citizen border crossers over international land boundaries: 

Fiscal Years 1928-1982 202 

Litigation/Legal Activity 

LIT I Prosecutions for immigration and nationality violations: Fiscal Years 1973- 

1982 203 

LIT 2 Convictions for immigration and nationality violations: Fiscal Years 1973- 

1982 204 



Tab\es- Continued Litigation /Legal Activity Page 

LIT 3 Writs of Habeas Corpus, judicial review of orders of deportation, and 
declaratory judgements in exclusion and deportation cases: Fiscal Years 
1977-1982 205 

LIT 4 Hearings before immigration judges completed by region and district: Fiscal 

Years 1979-1982 206 



Legislation 

LEG 1 Private immigration and nationality bills introduced and laws enacted: 77th 

Congress through 97th Congress 207 



Glossary Page 209 

Data Sources Page 215 



Introduction 



The Immigration and Naturalization Service's 1982 Statistical Yearbook contains a number of improvements 
over previous yearbooks. These improvements include a new format, additional tables, and background 
information concerning the data. 

The major format change for the yearbook involves the ordering of tables. Eight subject groups, each with a 
unique alphabetic prefix, have been established to cover all types of data included in the report. These groups are 
presented as follows: 

• Immigrants (IMM) • Enforcement (ENF) 

• Refugees (REF) • Entries (ENT) 

• Nonimmigrants (NIM) • Litigation/legal activity (LIT) 

• Nationality (NAT) • Legislation (LEG) 

Within these eight areas, tables are arranged so that similar variables are grouped in sections. For example, 
demographic variables such as age, sex, and marital status generally constitute a section. 

Immigrant tables not included in the 1980 and 1981 yearbooks due to missing data are available for 1982 
immigrants and have been included in the 1982 publication. These tables include sex, marital status, occupation, 
and country of last residence. Additionally, the refugee section has been expanded with five new tables, covering 
refugee applications filed at INS overseas offices as well as refugee arrivals into the United States. 

The appendix contains background information relevant to the various tables in the publication. The glossary of 
immigration terms, which was first published in the 198 1 Statistical Yearbook, and a section on sources of data are 
included as background material. The data source section cites the basic documents from which INS data are 
extracted. 



Immigrant Visa Allocation System 

The 1982 immigration visa allocation system is described in the chart listed on the next page. Most of the terms 
used in the chart are described in more detail in the glossary. 



Immigrant Visa Allocation System 



Numerically Limited Immigrants (270,000) 



Preference Groups Include 

First Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens and 

their children 

Second Spouses and unmarried sons and daughters of 

permanent resident aliens 

Third Members of the professions of exceptional ability 

and their spouses and children 

Fourth Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, their 

spouses and children 

Fifth Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens (at least 21 

years of age) and their spouses and children 

Sixth Workers in skilled or unskilled occupations in 

which laborers are in short supply in the United 
States, their spouses and children 

Nonpreference Other qualified applicants 



Percentage and 
Number of Visas 

20% or 54,000 
26% or 70,200* 
10% or 27,000 
1 0% or 27,000* 
24% or 64,800* 
10% or 27,000 



Any numbers 
not used above* 



Numerically Exempt Immigrants 

Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens 

Spouses 
Children 
Parents (of U.S. citizens at least 21 years of age) 

Special immigrants 

Certain ministers of religion 

Certain former employees of the U.S. government abroad 

Certain persons who lost U.S. citizenship 

Certain foreign medical graduates 

Refugee and asylee adjustments 



* Numbers not used in higher preference may be used in these categories. 



Legislation Affecting Immigration in 1982 

Four recent legislative initiatives which affected immigration in fiscal year 1982 are described below. 

1) Refugee Act of 1980 - March 17, 1980 

This act eliminated the conditional entry of refugees under the seventh preference category. Visa numbers 
allocated to the seventh preference (6 percent of the total) were added to the second preference (spouses and 
unmarried sons and daughters of lawful permanent residents). Refugees issued seventh preference visas in fiscal 
year 1980, however, continued to enter the United States in fiscal year 1981. The majority of refugees who adjusted 
in fiscal year 1982 entered under new procedures established by the 1980 act. Under the existing refugee legislation, 
all refugees adjusting to immigrant status are exempt from numerical limitation. 

2) International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1981 - December 16, 1981 

This legislation formally recognized Taiwan as an independent country for immigration purposes. As a result, 
separate annual limitations of 20,000 visas were established for Taiwan and mainland China, effective January 1, 
1982. 

3) Immigration and /^Nationality Act Amendments of 1981 - December 29, 1981 

The amendments of 1981 established new immigrant classifications for certain foreign medical graduates, 
investors, and their families. 

In order to qualify as a physician under the 1981 amendments, an alien must have been (I) graduated from a 
medical school or be qualified to practice medicine in a foreign state; (2) licensed to practice medicine fully in a U.S. 
state on January 9, 1978, and practicing in a state on that date; (3) continuously present in the United States in 
practice or study of medicine since the time of entry; and (4) entered as an "H" or "J" alien before January 10, 1978. 

In order to qualify as an investor under the 1981 amendments, an alien must (1) meet the criteria for a 
nonpreference immigrant; (2) be exempt from labor certification because of investment in an enterprise which 
employs at least one U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident; and (3) have applied for adjustment of status on or 
before June 1, 1978. 

Qualifying foreign medical graduates and investors are exempt from numerical limitations. The act, however, 
specified that if the number of visas issued to numerically limited immigrants plus those issued to foreign medical 
graduates and investors exceed the annual numerical limits set on immigration to the United States— 600 for 
dependencies, 20,000 for independent countries, and 270,000 worldwide— the exceeded limits will be reduced by the 
amount of the excesses in the following year. 

4} Virgin Islands Nonimmigrant A lien A djustment A ct of 1982 - September 30, 1982 

This amendment to the Immigration and Nationality Act established a new immigrant classification for certain 
nonimmigrant workers and their families who entered the Virgin Islands. In order to qualify, workers must have 
( 1 ) entered the Virgin Islands as "H" worker aliens; and (2) resided continuously in the Virgin Islands since June 
30, 1975. 



Issues Concerning Data 

Data processing problems resulted in incomplete information on immigrants admitted to the United States in 
fiscal years 1980 - 1982 and incomplete nonimmigrant information for fiscal years 1979 - 1982. Other date issues 
involving foreign state of chargeability and the nonpreference class of admission for immigrants are discussed 
below. 

1) Immigrants 

Missing Immigrant Data: Records missing from the immigrant statistical files for fiscal years 1980 - 1982 were 
reconstructed from an administrative data file on immigrants. This separate file was complete for all years but did 
not contain the following variables which were available in the statistical system: 



• Sex 

• Marital status 

• Occupation 

• Nationality 

• Country of last residence 

• State and area of intended residence 

• District of intended residence 

• Nonimmigrant class of initial admission and date of entry for adjustment cases 

Since these variables were not available for the entire 1980 and 1981 immigrant cohorts, tabulations routinely 
published involving these variables did not appear in the 1 980 and 1 98 1 yearbooks. Historical tables involving these 
variables are left blank in the 1982 yearbook. The number of missing records in 1982 represents only 3.6 percent of 
total immigrant entries. Because the database is largely complete, all immigrant tables are published. The exact 
number of missing records is printed in each table. 

Foreign State of Chargeability: Foreign state of chargeability has been derived from country of birth for 10.732 
of the 259,749 immigrants subject to numerical limitation. As a result, immigrants chargeable to certain countries or 
dependencies (for example'. Hong Kong) are overstated since some persons born in oversubscribed countries would 
have been charged to the country of birth of an accompanying family member for which visa numbers were 
immediately available. 

Amended Nonpreference Data: The table showing historical immigration by class (IM M 1 .5) has been amended 
for fiscal years 1980 and 1981. Immigrants who were listed as entering under the nonpreference category are now 
correctly listed as qualifying under the recaptured Cuban number program. No visas have been issued for the 
nonpreference category since fiscal year 1978. 

Data on China and Taiwan: The total number of immigrant entries charged to mainland China was 25,743. The 
reason that China appears to be oversubscribed stems from the recognition of Taiwan beginning January 1, 1982. 
Entries from Taiwan beginning in the second quarter were mistakenly coded as charged to mainland China. The 
total for mainland China, therefore, includes some lawful permanent residents who should actually be charged to 
Taiwan. 

2) Nonimmigrants 

Missing Nonimmigrant Data: Data on nonimmigrants are not available for July to September 1979 (the fourth 
quarter of fiscal year 1979) and fiscal year 1980. For fiscal years 1981 and 1982,country of last residence and class of 
admission are the only statistical variables for which data are available. 



IMMIGRATION TO THE UNITED STATES 1820 • 1982 

(From 1820 to 1867, figures represent alien passengers arrived; from 1868 through 1891 and 1895 through 1897, 
immigrant aliens arrived; from 1892 through 1894 and to the present time, immigrant aliens admitted.) 



50,846,683 

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 



114.371 
154.416 
234.968 
226.527 
297.024 
369.980 

2.598,214 
379,466 
371,603 
368,645 
427,833 
200.877 
200.436 
251.306 
123.126 
121.282 
153,640 

2.314,824 
91,918 
91,985 
176,282 
193,418 
248.120 
318,568 
315.722 



1901 - 1910 

1901 

1902 

1903 

1904 

1905 

1906 

1907 

1908 

1909 

1910 

1911 - 1920 

1911 

1912 

1913 

1914 

1915 

1916 

1917 

1918 

1919 

1920 

1921 - 1930 , 

1921 

1922 



138,( 



5,246,613 
669.431 
788,992 
603,322 
518.592 
395.346 
334.203 



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 



1,107,209 
805,228 
309.556 
522.919 
706,896 
294,314 
304,488 
335,175 
307,255 
279,678 
241,700 



1941 - 1950 

1941 

1942 

1943 

1944 

1945 

1946 

1947 

1948 



1952 . 

1953 . 

1954 . 

1955 . 
1956 

1957 . 

1958 . 

1959 . 



1962 . 
1963 

1964 . 

1965 . 



1970 

1971 - 1980 

1971 

1972 

1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1976, TQ 

1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 



1981 



1982 . 



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 
208,177 
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 



1,493.314 
370,478 
384,685 
400,063 
394,861 
386,194 
398,613 
103,676 
462,315 



,442 



1,190.731 
596,600 
594,131 



2,812,191 
321,350 
404,806 
459,803 
313,339 
227.498 



528.431 
97.139 
35,576 
23,068 
29,470 
34.956 
36,329 
50.244 
67.895 
82.998 



IMM 1.2 

IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES 

1820 - 1982 



Country of last residence 


1820 


1821 - 1830 


1831 - 1840 


1841 ■ 1850 


1851 ■ 1860 


1861 ■ 1870 


1871 - 1880 




8,385 


143,439 


599,125 


1,713.251 


2,598.214 


2.314,824 


2,812,191 




7,690 


98,797 


495,681 


1.597.442 


2.452.577 


2.065.141 


2,271,925 




1 
20 
371 
968 

3,614 
30 
49 
3 
NA 
NA 
5 
35 

139 
31 
14 
2,410 
1,782 
268 

NA 
360 

6 


27 

8,497 

6,761 

20 

50,724 

409 

1,078 

91 

NA 

NA 

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 

NA 

NA 

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 

NA 

NA 

105 

550 

2.209 

4.644 

551 

267,044 

3>12 

1.261 

NA 

229.979 

79 

141 


4.738 

3.749 

76.358 

951.667 

31 

914.119 

9.231 

10.789 

20.931 

NA 

NA 

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 

109.298 

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 

8 

64,759 


72,969 




7.221 


Dpnmark 


31.771 


France 


72.206 




718.182 


P 


210 


1 1 j3 


436.871 




55.759 




16.541 




211.245 




95.323 




115.922 


Poland^ 


12.970 




14.082 


Romania' 

Spain 


11 
5.266 


Switzerland 

U S S R ^ ' 


28.293 
39.284 




548.043 




437.706 


Clrntlanrl 


87,564 


Wales 


6,631 
NA 




16.142 




1.001 




124.160 




1 
1 

1 
3 

387 


2 
8 

20 

11,564 


8 
39 

7 
1 

33.424 


35 
36 

59 
11 

62.469 


41,397 
43 

83 

15 

74.720 


64,301 

186 
131 
72 

166,607 


123.201 


India 


163 




149 




404 


Other Asia' 


243 




404.044 




209 

164 
2 

301 


2,277 

4,817 

3,834 

105 

531 

16 
33.032 


13.624 

6,599 

12,301 

44 

856 

54 
69.911 


41.723 
3,271 

13.528 

368 

3,579 

55 
53.144 


59.309 
3.078 
10.660 

1.224 

210 

29,169 


153,878 

2,191 

9,046 

95 

1,397 

312 
36 

17,969 


383.640 


Mexico' 


5.162 




13.957 




157 




1.128 


Africa 


358 


Australia & New Zealand 


9.886 




1.028 


Not specified 


790 







IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES 
1820 - 1982 (Cont.) 



Country of last residence 
All countries 

Europe 

Albania'" 

Austria-Hungary' ' 

Austna' ' 

Hungary' ' 

Belgium 

Bulgana" 

Czechoslovakia'" 

Denmark 

Estonia'" 

Finland'" 

France 

Germany' ' 

Greece 

Ireland' 

Italy 

Latvia'" 

Lithuania'" 

Luxembourg'^ 

Netherlands 

Norway-Sweden' 

Norway' , 

Sweden' 

Poland^ 

Portugal 

Romania' 

Spam 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R.' ' 

United Kingdom" 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Northern Ireland" 

Not specified" 

Yugoslavia" 

Other Europe" 

Asia 

China 

India 

Japan' 

Turkey 

Other Asia' 

America 

Canada & Newfoundland" 

Mexico' 

Canbbean 

Central America 

South Amenca 

Other America" 

Africa 

Australia & New Zealand 

Pacific Islands (U.S. adm.) 

Not specified" 



50,464 

1,452,970 

2,308 

655,482 

307,309 



53,701 
568,362 
391,776 
176,586 

51,806 

16,978 
6,348 
4,419 

81,988 
213,282 
807,357 
644,680 



69,942 
61,711 
269 
2,270 
3,782 
1,910 

426,967 



857 
7,017 
5,557 



30,770 
505,152 

15,979 
388,416 
651.893 



26,758 
321,281 
226,266 
95,015 
96,720 
27,508 
12,750 
8,731 
31,179 
505,290 
271,538 
216,726 
44,188 
10,557 



74,862 
14,799 
68 
25,942 
30,425 
3,628 

38,972 

3,311 

971 

33,066 



350 
2,740 
1,225 



73,379 
341,498 
167.519 
339,065 
2,045,877 



48,262 
440,039 
249,534 
190,505 

69,149 
53,008 
27,935 
34,922 
,597,306 
525,950 
388,017 
120.469 
17,464 
NA 

665 
323,543 



361,886 
179,226 

49,642 

107,548 

8,192 

17.280 



7,368 
11,975 

1,049 
33,523 



896,342 
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 
161,469 
95.074 
66,395 
4,813 
89,732 
13,311 
68,611 
23,091 
921,201 
341,408 
249,944 
78,357 
13,107 



NA 



247,236 
21,278 
2,082 
83,837 
134,066 
5,973 

.143.671 



12.348 
1.079 
1,147 



63,548 
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 
165.780 
97.249 
68.531 
227,734 
29.994 
67,646 
28,958 
29,676 
61,742 
340,780 
157,420 
159,781 
13,012 
10,567 



112,059 
29.907 
1.886 
33,462 
33,824 
12,980 

,516,716 



74,899 
15,769 
42,215 



2,040 
11,424 
3,563 
7,861 
4,817 
938 
14,393 
2,559 
506 
2,146 
12,623 
14,058 



1,192 
2,201 
565 
7,150 
8,700 
3,960 
4,740 
1 7,026 
3.329 
3.871 
3.258 
5.512 
1.356 
31.572 
21,756 



2.361 
16.081 



1.948 
1.065 
7,644 



108,527 
22,319 
15,502 



IMM 1.2 

IMMIGRATION BY COUNTRY, FOR DECADES 

1820 - 1982 (Cont.) 



Country of last residence 



Europe 

Albania'" 

Austria-Hungary' ' .. 

Austria' ^ 

Hungary' ' 

Belgium 

Bulgaria" 

Czechoslovakia'" .... 

Denmark 

Estonia'" 

Finland'" 

France 

Germany' ^ '* 

Greece 

Ireland' 

Italy 

Latvia'" 

Lithuania'" 

Luxembourg'^ 

Netherlands 

Norway-Sweden' .... 

Norway' 

Sweden' 

Poland' 

Portugal 

Romania' 

Spain 

Switzerland 

U.S.S.R." " 

United Kingdom" .... 

England 

Scotland 

Wales 

Northern Ireland' . 

Not specified' 

Yugoslavia" 

Other Europe' 

Asia 

China" 

India 



America 

Canada & Newfoundland' . 

Mexico' 

Canbbean 

Central Amenca 

South Amenca 

Other Amenca" 



103,743 
67,106 
36,637 
18,575 



185 

4,925 

51,121 

477,765 

47,608 

48,362 

185,491 

352 

242 

684 

52,277 

44,632 

22,935 

21,697 

9,985 

19,588 

1,039 

7,894 

17,675 

584 

204,468 

156,171 

32,854 

2,589 

8,970 

3,884 

8,225 



9,657 
1,973 
46,250 
3,519 



377,952 
299,811 
123,091 



26,022 
20,621 
5,401 



32,966 

214,111 

510 

562 

556 

30,606 

32,600 

15,484 

17,116 

53,539 

76,065 

2,531 

44,659 

18,453 

2,336 

214,518 

174,452 

29,849 

2,052 

7,469 



427,771 
34,764 

39!988 
10,142 
315,688 

,716,374 
413,310 
453,937 
470,213 
101,330 
257,954 
19.630 



00,368 
329 

16,028 
9,478 
6,550 
5,329 
1,188 
6,023 



2,866 
25,06£ 
74,414 



10,492 

10,472 

3,941 

6,531 

37,234 

101,710 

12,393 

39,141 

8,235 

38,961 

137,374 

NA 



49,775 

13,399 

1,236,544 



169,939 
640,294 
741,126 



346 
1,994 
6,726 
3,472 

949 

3,644 

45 

50 

26 

1,053 

1,216 

342 

874 
5,874 
3,510 
3,124 



789 



246,340 
11,191 

101,268 
73,301 
24,509 
35,913 
158 



313,291 
36,984 
21,738 
3,903 
2,864 
247,802 

193,505 
10,786 
56,106 
67,379 
23,626 
35,448 
160 



Africa 

Australia & New Zealand 

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



11,506 
4,698 
12,493 



28,954 



80,779 
23,788 
1,806 
15,866 



15,029 

1,947 

108 

2,138 



1,314 



' 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 

' From 1820-1868. the figures for Norway and Sweden are combined 

' No record of immigration from Romania until 1880. 

' 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 England. 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 America 
possessions. 

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

'° Countries added to the list since the beginning of World War I 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. 

" Bulgana, 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 1982, Germany includes the Federal Republic of Germany and the German Democratic Republic. 

'° 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. 

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 1980-82 refer to country of birth. Because of changes in boundaries and changes in lists of countries, data for certain 
countnes 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 



IMM 1.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982 



COUNTRY OF BIRTH 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


TO 
1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 




400,063 
92,870 


394,861 
81,212 


386,194 
73,996 


398,613 
72,411 


103,676 
18,166 


462,315 
70,010 


601,442 
73,198 


460.348 
60,845 


530,639 
72,121 


596,600 
66,695 


594,131 


EUROPE 


69,174 




320 

528 

325 

350 

1,552 

13 

428 

23 

347 

1,845 

NA 

6,600 

NA 

8 

10.751 

1,624 

108 

2,000 

22,151 

43 

4 

74 

23 

254 

8 

1,016 

415 

4,914 

10,751 

1,623 

19 

4,134 

573 

577 

1,248 

10,638 

8,668 

568 

1,219 

183 

7,582 

124,160 


97 

416 

355 

213 

683 

13 

440 

28 

307 

1,634 

NA 

6,320 

NA 

7 

10.824 

1.288 

84 

1,572 

15,884 

61 

5 

63 

308 

12 

1,024 

433 

4,033 

11,302 

1,552 

19 

3,390 

587 

534 

1.161 

10.710 

8,811 

484 

1,259 

156 

5,817 

130,662 


39 

402 

329 

145 

525 

6 

353 

17 

254 

1,364 

NA 

5,154 

NA 

7 

9,984 

882 

115 

1.285 

11.552 

48 

48 

21 

279 

6 

816 

387 

3.941 

11.845 

1.161 

13 

2,549 

482 

538 

5.118 

10,807 

8,826 

494 

1,300 

187 

3,524 

132,469 


45 
2 
344 
386 
205 

'% 

408 

25 

291 

1,478 

NA 

5,836 

NA 

8,417 

861 

132 

1,171 

8,380 

51 

4 

51 

24 

180 

5 

943 

286 

3,805 

10,511 

2,179 

2 

2,254 

544 

597 

8,220 

1 1 ,392 

9,483 

467 

1,277 

165 

2,820 

149,881 


10 

108 

101 

43 

128 

1 

120 

6 

65 

397 

NA 

1,695 

NA 

1 
2,144 
205 
51 
302 
2,035 
14 

23 

2 

33 

3 

286 

79 

960 

2,455 

474 

532 

166 

144 

1,856 

3,020 

2,560 

105 

301 

54 

704 

39,184 


78 

400 
377 
206 
575 

433 
17 
277 
1,618 
NA 
6,372 
NA 

14 

7,838 

853 

137 

1,238 

7,510 

54 

6 

64 

31 

193 

1,014 
334 

4,010 

9,657 

2,015 
2 

2,487 
571 
610 

5,742 

12,477 

10,416 

509 

1,299 
253 

2,791 

157,759 


68 

1 
467 
439 
202 
744 

409 
17 
358 
1,844 
NA 
6.739 
NA 

16 

7,035 

941 

131 

1,180 

7,415 

52 

5 

73 

21 

245 

13 

1,153 

423 

5,050 

10,445 

2,037 

7 

2,297 

638 

706 

5,161 

14.245 

12.076 

500 

1.458 

211 

2,621 

249,776 


2 

369 

395 

188 

763 

5 

414 

23 

327 

1,705 

NA 

6,314 

NA 

15 

5,090 

861 

140 

982 

6,174 

62 

6 

63 

20 

273 

12 

1,145 

431 

4,413 

7,085 

1,554 

6 

1,933 

750 

665 

2,543 

13,907 

11,963 

410 

1,304 

230 

2,171 

189,293 


30 
2 

401 
426 
188 
1,051 
NA 
504 
20 
356 
1,905 
NA 
6.595 
NA 

8 

4,699 

819 

186 

1,006 

5,467 

54 

5 

61 

23 

192 

11 

403 
4,725 
8,408 
1,913 
7 
1,879 
768 
713 
10,543 
15,485 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
2,099 

236,097 


3 
367 
467 
124 
793 
NA 
506 
22 
317 
1,745 
NA 
6.552 
NA 

33 

4,361 

581 

176 

902 

4,662 

39 

3 

44 

18 

168 

15 

331 

5,014 
7,049 
1,974 
7 
1,711 
832 
601 
9.223 
14.997 
NA 
NA 
NA 
NA 
2.048 

264,343 


23 


ANDORRA 


2 




339 


BELGIUM 


559 


BULGARIA 


207 
960 


DANZIG ' 


NA 
463 


ESTONIA 


17 




346 




1.994 


GERMAN DEM REP ' 


259 


GERMANY ' 

GERMANY. FED REP- ' 


NA 
6.467 
21 




3.472 


HUNGARY 


642 




126 


IRELAND 


949 




3,644 


LATVIA . . 


45 




3 




50 


LUXEMBOURG 


26 




137 


MONACO 


11 




1,053 


NORWAY . .. 


342 


POLAND ' 


5,874 




3,510 


ROMANIA 


3,124 




4 


SPAIN 


1,586 




874 


SWITZERLAND 

USSR 


626 
15,462 




14,539 


ENGLAND 


NA 




NA 


SCOTLAND 


NA 


WALES 


NA 




1,418 


ASIA 


313,291 


AFGHANISTAN 


137 

29 

NA 

154 

1 

3 

669 

17,297 

NA 

294 

4,359 

13,124 

449 

2.998 

1,039 


96 

NA 
9 
147 
2 

558 
18,056 
NA 
2 

267 
4,629 
12,779 

443 
2,608 
2,28L 


116 
NA 
21 
404 

22 
734 
18.536 
NA 

554 

4,891 

15,773 

444 

2,337 

2,796 


109 
NA 

590 

7 

20 

726 

18,824 

NA 

1 

2 

828 

5,766 

17,500 

529 

2.700 

3^32 


33 
NA 
5 
172 

3 
275 
5.034 
NA 

143 
1,493 
4,572 

147 
1,031 

606 


138 

NA 

590 

12 

11 

1,101 

19,765 

NA 

1 

3 

478 

5,632 

18,636 

778 

4,261 

2,811 


180 
NA 
14 
716 

17 
1,188 
21,331 
NA 

408 
5,158 
20,772 

694 
5,861 
2,188 


353 
NA 

22 
549 

12 

1,534 
24,272 
NA 
1 

3 

323 

4,119 

19,717 

820 

8,476 

2,871 


722 

NA 

39 

532 

13 

13 

1,211 

27,651 

NA 

3 

7 

279 

3,860 

22,607 

977 

10,410 

2,658 


1,881 
NA 
28 
756 

31 

1,083 

25,803 

NA 

11 

5 

326 

4,055 

21,522 

1,006 

11,105 

2,535 


1,569 


ARABIAN PENINSULA ' 

BAHRAIN ' 

BANGLADESH 


NA 
22 
639 




14 


BRUNEI 


13 




820 


CHINA ' 


NA 




27,100 


CHRISTMAS ISLAND (AUS) . 
COCOS ISLANDS 


19 




276 


HONG KONG 


4,971 




21,738 




1,194 




10,314 




3J05^ 


Q^^ELj^. 


5!676 


1,998 
4,917 


2,125 
4,293 


2.982 
4.275 


" 845 

i,r42 


"^^ 3,008 

-Ti52 


3.276 


3,093 


3.517 
4.225 


3,542 
3.896 


'^M 




--^C028 











See footnotes at end of table. 



COUNTRY OF BIRTH 



■MM 1.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982— Continued 



JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

PORTUGUESE INDIA ' 

PORTUGUESE TIMOR ' 

QATAR ' 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN' 

THAILAND 

TURKEY .. 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES = 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP ... 

CHAD 

COMOROS 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GABON 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

ST HELENA 



2,838 

40 

28,028 



2,570 

32,857 

16 



2,578 

98 

28,362 



2,566 

103 

30,803 



2,875 

126 

30,917 

160 

237 

5,685 

297 

455 

2 

80 



376 
10,155 



3,483 
3,677 
29,288 

168 



320 

375 

1,416 



2,836 

5 

539 



3,322 
2,801 
32,320 



20 
4,265 
42,316 



3,825 
12,749 
32.663 



18 
5,288 
43,772 
NA 
NA 
22 
159 
408 
448 
2,127 
NA 



55,631 
347 
230 



See footnotes at end of table. 



IMM 1.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF BIRTH 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


TO 
1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 


1 
40 
22 

65 

503 

65 

3 

264 

7 

339 
2 
5 
35 
59 
47 

3,255 


42 
20 
61 
10 

525 
43 
5 

243 
17 
67 

320 

2 
32 
62 
65 

3,051 


26 
21 
66 
17 
586 
38 
7 
304 
7 

859 
2 
2 
43 
94 
94 

3.346 


55 

19 

110 

22 

790 

40 

6 

304 

9 

61 

359 

3 

51 
108 
83 

3,591 


15 

1 
27 

3 
308 
20 

77 

21 
66 

22 

70 
34 

988 


80 

31 

157 

21 

1,988 

48 

7 

302 

5 

78 

241 

1 

58 
253 
161 

4.091 


1 
75 
29 
212 
32 
1,689 
71 

301 
11 
86 

303 
6 

72 
211 
198 

4,396 


1 
63 
59 
217 
34 
2.214 
77 

401 
14 
90 

284 
6 

27 
232 
268 

4.449 


6 
106 
56 
267 
43 
1,960 
83 
18 
339 
9 
92 
343 

70 
178 
246 

3,951 


1 
65 
31 

277 
61 
1,559 
65 
12 

423 
10 
98 

410 

77 
165 
167 

4,187 


3 
74 




36 






SOMALIA 


89 
1,434 


SUDAN 


78 


SWAZILAND 


21 






TOGO 


16 




99 


UGANDA 


304 


UPPER VOLTA 


5 






ZAIRE 


87 




165 






OCEANIA 


3.833 


AMERICAN SAMOA 


1,400 

4 

388 

20 

2 

NA 

5 
5 

490 
NA 
217 

1 
2 
391 
NA 
NA 
NA 
329 

152,788 


2 

1,236 

7 

431 

26 

2 

NA 

5 

2 

2 

2 

409 

NA 

181 

4 
5 
447 
NA 
NA 
NA 
290 

151,445 


1.116 

3 

684 

47 

5 

NA 

2 
2 

384 
NA 
209 
2 

6 
527 

NA 

NA 

NA 
354 

146.669 


2 

1,366 

2 

699 

25 

NA 

NA 
3 
3 
430 
NA 
188 
6 
5 
12 
514 
NA 
NA 
NA 
336 

142,307 


394 

132 
10 

NA 

1 

NA 
1 

123 
NA 
58 
3 

133 
NA 
NA 
NA 

132 

36,807 


2 
1.389 
6 
854 
34 
5 

NA 
6 
5 
NA 
4 
2 
597 
NA 
193 
6 
2 
14 
489 
NA 
NA 
NA 
483 

187,346 


3 
1,565 

809 

37 

6 

3 

NA 

1 
NA 
12 
1 
619 
NA 
137 
9 
2 
22 
706 
NA 
NA 
NA 
464 

220,784 


7 

1,400 

6 

1,000 

39 

NA 

4 
6 
2 
NA 
6 

599 
NA 
114 
12 

5 

NA 
NA 

157.579 


3 

1,480 

3 

724 

41 

NA 

8 
2 

4 
NA 
NA 
NA 

729 
NA 
149 
5 

21 
453 

4 
NA 
322 

164,772 


5 
1,281 

3 
1,060 
38 
NA 

3 
5 
2 
NA 
NA 
NA 

666 

NA 

108 

10 

5 

7 

588 

6 
NA 
400 

210,427 


7 




1,367 


COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 


659 






GILBERT & ELLICE IS ' 


NA 

3 


KIRIBATI ' 


8 










NEW GUINEA TR TERR ' 

NEW HEBRIDES, BR. '» 

NEW HEBRIDES, FR. '° 


NA 
NA 
NA 
642 


NIUE " 


1 


PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA ' 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 


138 
13 




5 


TONGA 


561 










WALLIS & FUTUNA IS. ' 




NORTH AMERICA 


158,057 


CANADA 


8,951 

70,141 

1 

84 

64,769 


7.654 

71,586 
6 
2 

62,959 


7.308 

1 

62,205 

3 

26 

67,430 


7,638 

57,863 

1 

53 

66.839 


2,458 
16,001 

22 

15,528 


12.688 

44.079 

4 

79 

114,011 


16,863 
5 

92,367 
9 
26 

91,361 


13.772 
2 

52,096 
2 
86 

74,074 


13.609 
7 

56,680 

6 

206 

73,296 


11,191 

5 

101,268 

149 
73,301 


10.786 










ST PIERRE & MIQUELON 




CARIBBEAN 


67,379 




NA 

404 

365 

1,448 

148 

223 

56 

24,147 

258 

13,921 

420 

64 

4,786 

9,963 

21 

197 

280 


NA 

461 

529 

1,461 

156 

242 

55 

18,929 

236 

15,680 

707 

51 

3.946 

12.408 

32 

184 

305 


NA 

435 

256 

1.618 

162 

235 

91 

25.955 

274 

14.066 

568 

47 

5.145 

11,076 

36 

173 

257 


NA 

529 

315 

1,743 

195 

246 

41 

29,233 

272 

12,526 

592 

77 

5.410 

9.026 

26 

203 

224 


NA 

117 

91 

467 

50 

45 

17 

6,763 

105 

2.562 

195 

17 

1,261 

2,074 

8 

48 

59 


835 

400 

2,763 

194 

580 

47 

69,708 

572 

11,655 

1,240 

44 

5,441 

11,501 

26 

168 

222 


408 

908 

585 

2,969 

249 

449 

103 

29,754 

595 

19,458 

1,206 

32 

6,470 

19,265 

46 

259 

319 


170 

770 

651 

2,461 

286 

320 

90 

15,585 

1,009 

17,519 

946 

47 

6,433 

19,714 

27 

153 

232 


148 

972 

547 

2,667 

195 

255 

95 

15,054 

846 

17,245 

1.198 

51 

6,540 

18,970 

40 

176 

273 


116 

929 

546 

2,394 

208 

229 

92 

10,858 

721 

18,220 

1,120 

74 

6,683 

23,569 

39 

191 

264 


89 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 


3,234 


BAHAMAS THE 


577 






BERMUDA 


181 


BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 


101 
55 


CUBA 


8,209 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


17.451 






HAITI 


8 779 


JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 


18.711 
26 






NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 


257 



See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982-Contlnued 



COUNTRY OF BIRTH 



PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS " 

ST, LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

CANAL ZONE " 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALj^ 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA '= 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

FALKLAND ISLANDS 

FRENCH GUIANA 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 

BORN ON BOARD SHIP 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 



21 
9,913 



901 
2,042 
1,759 
1,330 

670 
1,612 



752 
2,278 
1,638 



500 

1,137 
2,363 
1.970 
1.310 
934 



3,599 
1,626 
1,850 
2,339 



2,034 
449 

1,213 



2,227 

451 

1,070 



3,326 
110 

2.640 
78 
676 
530 



2,787 

699 

1,513 

2,596 

8,272 

5,302 

2 

6 

5,718 

216 

3,903 



2.583 
2,545 
1,938 
3,472 



3,122 

11,032 

5,732 

2 

16 

7,614 

202 

5,243 



751 
1,450 
2,289 
10.637 
4.383 
3 

7,001 

175 

4,135 



1,535 
6,101 
3.751 
2.552 
2.337 
3.572 



1,717 



2,815 

730 

1,570 

2,569 

6!l33 



NA 

1,359 
8,210 
3.928 
2.358 
2.752 
4.613 

35,913 



2,236 
820 
1,616 
2,048 
10.335 
5.129 
2 



NA 
1,272 
7,107 
3,633 
3.186 
3.077 
3.320 

35,448 



' BEGINNING FY 1980. DATA FOR DANZIG ARE INCLUDED IN POLAND 

^ PRIOR TO FY 1982. DATA FOR FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC ARE 
CONSOLIDATED UNDER GERMANY 

= FOR FY 1960-1973. DATA FOR BAHRAIN. QATAR. AND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER 
ARABIAN PENINSULA 

' PRIOR TO FY 1982. DATA FOR MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER CHINA 

' BEGINNING FY 1976. DATA FOR PORTUGUESE INDIA ARE INCLUDED IN INDIA 

' BEGINNING FY 1976. DATA FOR PORTUGUESE TIMOR ARE INCLUDED IN INDONESIA 

' PRIOR TO FY 1979. DATA FOR KIRIBATI AND TUVALU ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER GILBERT AND ELLICE 
ISLANDS 

• PRIOR TO FY 1982, DATA FOR WALLIS AND FUTUNA ARE INCLUDED IN NEW CALEDONIA 

' BEGINNING FY 1976, DATA FOR PAPUA NEW GUINEA TRUST TERRITORY AND NEW GUINEA TRUST TERRITORY 
ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

'° BEGINNING FY 1980. DATA FOR NEW HEBRIDES, BRITAIN AND NEW HEBRIDES, FRANCE ARE CONSOLIDATED 
UNDER VANUATU 

" PRIOR TO FY 1982. DATA FOR NIUE ARE INCLUDED IN NEW ZEALAND 

'^ PRIOR TO FY 1977, DATA FOR ANGUILLA ARE INCLUDED IN ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS 

" BEGINNING FY 1980, DATA FOR CANAL ZONE ARE INCLUDED IN PANAMA 

"• NOT APPLICABLE 



IMM 1.4 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY TYPE OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEARS 1966 - 1982 







Immigrants Admittec 






New Arrivals 






Adjustments of S 


Fiscal Year 


Total 


Subject to 
Numerical 
Limitations 


Exempt from 
Numerical 
Limitations 


Total 


Subject to 
Numencal 
Limitations 


Exempt from 
Numerical 
Limitations 


Total 


Subject to 
Numerical 
Limitations 


1966 


323,040 


126.310 


196.730 


287,270 


107.812 


179,458 


35,770 


18.498 


1967 


361.972 


153,079 


208,893 


290,027 


124.922 


165,105 


71,945 


28.157 


1968 


454.448 


156,212 


298,236 


323,993 


132.460 


191.533 


130,455 


23.752 


1969 


358.579 
373,326 


290,995 
287,283 


67,584 
86,043 


319,791 
317,565 


263,580 
246,376 


56,211 
71,189 


38,788 
55,761 


27.415 


1970 


40,907 


1971 


370.478 


280.626 


89,852 


297,153 


225,010 


72,143 


73,325 


55,616 


1972 


384.685 


283.666 


101,019 


295,504 


220,420 


75,084 


89,181 


63,246 


1973 


400,063 


282,911 


117,152 


309,299 


220,108 


89,191 


90,764 


62,803 


1974 


394.861 


274,131 


120,730 


318,763 


224,447 


94,316 


76,098 


49,684 


1975 


386.194 


281,561 


104,633 


311,906 


227,183 


84,723 


74,288 


54,378 


1976 


398,613 


284,773 


113,840 


316,632 


226.667 


89,965 


81,981 


58,106 


1976 TO 


103,676 
462,315 


72,511 
276.500 


31,165 
185,815 


84,082 
332,487 


59.113 
242.121 


24.969 
90.366 


19,594 
129.828 


13,398 


1977 


34,379 


1978 


601,442 


341.104 


260,338 


371,029 


281,900 


89.129 


230.413 


59,204 


1979 


460,348 


279.478 


180,870 


331,747 


232,112 


99.635 


128.601 


47,366 


1980 


530,639 


289,479 


241.160 


339,355 


239,590 


99.765 


191.284 


49,889 




596,600 
594.131 


330,409 
259,749 


266.191 
334.382 


378,985 
314.676 


278,461 
206,312 


100,524 
108,364 


217.615 
279.455 


51,948 


1982 


53,437 



IMM 1.5 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASS OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



Total, all Immigrants 

Total, numerically restricted ■-■ 

New arrivals 

Adjustments 

Total, exempt from numerical restriction 

New arrivals 

Adjustments 

Total, numencally restricted 

Total 1st preference 

1st preference, unmamed son/daugfiter of U.S. citizen 

New arrivals (P1l) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P16) 

1st preference, ctiildren of P11 and P16 

New arrivals (P12) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (PI 7) 

Total 2nd preference 

2nd preference, spouses of alien residents 

New arrivals (P21) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P26) 

2nd preference, unmamed son/daughiler of alien resident . 

New arrivals (P22) 

Ad|ustments. Section 245 (P27) 

2nd preference, children of P22 and P27 

New arrivals (P23) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P28) 

Total 3rd preference 

3rd preference, professional or fiigtiiy skilled immigrant 

New arrivals (P31) 

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 P41 and P46 

New arrivals (P42) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P47) 

4th preference, children of P41 and P46 

New arrivals (P43) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P48) 

Total 5th preference 

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

New arrivals (P51) 

Adjustments. Section 245 (P56) 

5th preference, spouses of P51 and P56 

New arrivals (P52) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P57) 

5th preference, children of P51 and P56 

New arrivals (P53) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P58) 

Total 6th preference 

6th preference, needed skilled or unskilled workers , 

New arrivals (P61) 



3,288 
2,738 
550 
404 
348 
56 



30,958 
21,175 
9,783 
43,519 
37,899 
5,620 
3,270 
2,477 



12,523 
5,287 " 
2.1 

3,184 
3,450 
1,543 
1,907 
3,786 
2,454 
1,332 

11,404 
3,853 
3,301 
552 
2,546 

2,; 

254 
5,005 
4,654 



351 



47,332 
38,685 
8,647 



33,237 
31,248 
1,989 



36,438 
27,614 
8,824 
59,085 
53,397 
5,688 
5,158 
4,286 
872 

13,249 



4,644 
2,842 
1,802 



624 
3,427 
3,176 

251 
7,477 
7,012 

465 

92,227 

40,< 

35,i 

5,398 
16,719 
15,615 

1,104 
34,515 
32,905 

1,610 



4,976 

4.219 

757 



110,269 
35,121 
28,919 
6,202 
68,003 
63,; 
4,238 
7,145 
6,444 
701 

18,583 
8,238 " 
2.t 

6,229 
4.885 
1,471 
3,' 

5,460 
1,933 
3,527 



10,752 
3,374 
2,655 

719 
2,473 
2.1 

326 
4,905 
4,257 

648 



32,431 
9,383 

60,063 

53,182 
6,881 

10,787 
9,767 



8,103 
2,266 
5,837 



7,729 

7,012 

717 



2,980 
17.463 
16,402 

1,061 1 
36,6731 
34,856 

1,817 



See footnotes at end of table 



IMM 1.5 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASS OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982— Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 



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, conditional entries by refugees 

New arrivals (P71) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (P76) 



Total nonpreference 

Nonprefernce, NP1 and NP6 

New arrivals (NP1) 

Adiustments, Section 245 (NP6) 

Nonprefernce, accompanying 7th preference 

New arrivals (NP2) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (NP7) 



Total, suspension of deportation. Section 244 

Adjustments, Section 244, other than crewmen (Z11) 
Adjustments, Section 244, crewmen (Z57) 



Total, private law, adjustments (Z41) . 



Total, foreign gov't officials, Act of 9/11/57 Sect. 13 (Z91) .. 

Total, recaptured Cuban numbers 

Western Hemisphere aliens 

New arrivals (SA1) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (SA6) 

Nonwestern Hemisphere aliens, spouses of SA1 and SA6 . 

New arrivals (SA2) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (SA7) 

Nonwestern Hemisphere aliens, children of SA1 and SA6 .. 

New arrivals (SA3) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (SA8) 



6,058 
4,183 
1,560, 
2,623 

5,; 

2,545 
2,738 



10,309 



54,051 
46,667 
7,384 



55,411 
55,360 
52,396 
2,£ 
30 



6,811 
5,470 
2,344 



5,573 
5,372 
2,794 
2,578 
7,815 
4,422 
3,393 

12,222 



15,667 
12,457 
3,210 



4,676 
5,312 
3,273 
2,039 
8,254 
5,737 
2,517 

329 



57,967 
54,910 
3,057 



Total, exempt from numerical restriction 



Total, immediate relatives of U.S. citizens 
Total, spouses of U.S. citizens 

New arrivals (IH1) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (IR6) 

Total, children of U S citizens 

New arrivals (IR2) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (IR7) 

Total, orphans adopted abroad 

New arrivals (IR3) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (IRS) 

Total, orphans to be adopted 

New arnvals (IR4) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (IR9) 
Total, parents of US citizens 

New arnvals (IRS) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (IRQ) 



78,057 
44,991 
33,066 
18,602 
15.357 
3.245 
1,326 
1,258 
68 



23,845 
18,554 
5,291 



138,178 
80,781 ' 
46,998 
33,783 
20,815 
17,505 
3,310 
1.195 



31,718 
25,099 
6,619 



33,682 
24,593 
9,( 



87,221 
46,802 
40,' 
20,£ 
17,164 
3.675 
939 



34,220 
25,964 
8,256 



Total, special immigrants 

Total, persons who lost citizenship 

Total, lost citizenship by marriage 

New arnvals (SC1) 

Adjustments, Section 245 {SC6) 

Total, lost citizenship by service in armed forces . 

New arrivals (SC2) 

Adjustments, Section 245 (SC7) 

Total, ministers, spouses and children 



See footnotes at end of table. 



IMM 1.5 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASS OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982— Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


Total ministers 

New arrivals (SD1) 


657 
367 
290 
237 
174 

63 
413 
346 

67 
591 


627 
395 
232 
263 
202 
61 
478 
367 
111 
989 


706 
391 
315 
282 
219 
63 
541 
441 
100 
1,354 


762 
390 
372 
310 
221 
89 
620 
474 
146 
720 


895 
396 
499 
378 
251 
127 
786 
566 
220 
554 






Adjustments S°ction 245 (SD7) 




New arrivals (SD3) 


Adjustments, Section 245 (SD8) 

Total, employees of US. gov't abroad, spouses & ctiildren 




174 
143 

31 
109 

88 

21 
308 
247 

61 

n 


299 
295 

219 
211 
8 
471 
462 

O 


476 
457 

19 
274 
271 
3 
604 
594 

10 
209 


240 

234 

160 
159 

320 

318 

2 

626 


181 
175 

6 
120 
116 

4 
253 
250 

3 
455 




Adjustments Section 245 (SE6) 




New arrivals {SE2) 


Adjustments, Section 245 (SE7) 




Adjustments, Section 245 (SE8) 

Total, Panama Canal Act of 9/29/79 




n 


n 


50 
50 

71 
71 

37 
36 
1 
51 
51 

n 


116 
111 

5 
284 
281 

3 
207 
196 
11 
219 
218 

1 

n 


42 
40 
2 

93 




Adjustments Section 245 (SF6) 




New arrivals (SF2) 


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


155 
152 

3 
164 
161 

3 




Adjustments Section 245 (SG6) 




New arnvals (SG2) 




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




J 


Total foreign medical graduates. Act of 12/29/81 


1,866 




122,472 


32,049 


75,835 


107,244 


906 
960 






Adjustments (SJ7) 


959 

156,601 


Total, refugee and asylee adjustments 




1 

29 
28,296 


1 

4 
11,378 


9 
6.021 


3,961 




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






2 
1,965 


Total, Cuban refugees. Act of 11/2/66 




27.947 

349 

94,146 


11.265 

113 

20,666 


5.928 

93 

22.497 


3.894 

67 

19.589 


1.910 

55 

13.666 


Non-Cuban spouse or child of Cuban refugee (CU7) 


Total, Indochinese refugees. Act of 10/28/77 


Indochinese refugee (IC6) 


93,614 
532 

n 


20.539 
127 


22.328 

46,058 
D 


19.492 

97 

15,756 

66.439 


13.620 

46 

48.826 




Refugee Parolees Act of 10/5/78 (R86) 


Total, refugees. Act of 3/17/80 


Refugee (RE6) 


n 


n 


1,250 


46.323 
5.314 

14.802 
1.498 


68.984 
5.627 
15.671 




Child of refugee (RES) 


Total, asylees. Act of 3/17/80 




6,454 


4,915 


976 
103 
171 

6,875 


1.064 
177 
257 

5,377 


1.407 
190 
262 

6.490 


Spouse of asylee (AS7) 




Total, other adjustments 


Presumed admitted for lawful permanent residence (XB3) 


6 
13 
3 
210 
64 
149 


106 
78 


5 

17 

90 


1 
17 

38 
37 
73 


2 

12 




Suspension of deportation ■ crewman Sect 244 (Z56) 




55 
35 
67 


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




78 95 
5 4 


Private bill (Z43) 











See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASS OF ADMISSION 
FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982— Continued 



CLASS OF ADMISSION 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 




3 
6,006 


4.647 


6,612 


5,211 


. 




5,430 




5,387 
619 
O 


4,123 
524 

n 


5,967 
645 


4,740 
471 






480 




881 




("*) 


n 


n 


n 


477 








5 


Total Virgin Islands nonimmigrant. Act of 9/30/82 


2 


H-2 nonimmigrant (VI6) 


3,686 


3,354 


4,177 


3,167 


1 




3.383 




3,517 
61 
108 


3,203 
60 
91 


3.428 

118 
631 


2,856 

146 
165 


3,157 




121 











(NA) NOT APPLICABLE 



IMM 2.1 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY FOREIGN STATE OF CHARGEABILITY UNDER THE 

WORLDWIDE NUMERICAL LIMITATION ON IMMIGRATION OF 270,000. 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



FOREIGN STATE OF 
CHARGEABILITY 



RELATIVE PREFERENCES 



1ST 
PREF. 



OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 



3RD 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 



3RD 
PREF. 
BENEFI 
CIARIES 



6TH 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 



6TH 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

DENMARK 

GREENLAND 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

FRANCE 

FRENCH GUIANA 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GUADELOUPE 

MARTINIQUE 

REUNION 

ST. PIERRE & MIOUELON 

GERMAN DEM. HEP 

GERMANY, FED. REP 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NETHERLANDS 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

PORTUGAL 

MACAU 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 

UNITED KINGDOM 

ANGUILLA 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

BRUNEI 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

GIBRALTAR 

HONG KONG 

MONTSERRAT 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3.408 
2,905 
2,810 



546 
391 
257 
503 
10,078 
8,276 



6,604 
573 



13,070 
8,491 



19,465 
2,554 



66,926 

5 



1 1 ,981 
2,752 



12,041 
2,C 



13,140 
2,080 



3,148 
2,387 
2,327 



123 
66 
312 
4,779 
3,384 
78 



769 


259 


901 


518 


873 


483 


28 


35 


93 


133 


85 


216 


85 


216 


24 


263 


10 


191 



IMM 2.1 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY FOREIGN STATE OF CHARGEABILITY UNDER THE 

WORLDWIDE NUMERICAL LIMITATION ON IMMIGRATION OF 270,000. 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 






TOTAL 


RELATIVE PREFERENCES 


OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 




FOREIGN STATE OF 
CHARGEABILITY 


Total 


1ST 
PREF. 


2ND 
PREF. 


4TH 
PREF. 


5TH 
PREF. 


Total 


3RD 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


3RD 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


6TH 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


6TH 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


OTHER 




2 

22 

779 

110,545 


542 
16 
679 

87,613 


13 

12 

2,380 


- 
248 

382 

41.753 


16 

60 

8,261 


1 
265 

3 
225 

35,219 


101 
6 
99 

22.887 


6 
2 
26 

6.798 


2 

21 

7,136 


38 
4 
29 

4,223 


55 

23 

4,730 




ST CHRIST-NEVIS 


26 


TURKS & CAICOS IS 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 


45 


AFGHANISTAN 


133 
10 
447 

777 

25,743 

125 

16,964 

1,121 

4,788 

1,019 

1,950 

1,968 

1,495 

82 

17,924 

157 

110 

1,728 

487 

51 

3.205 
19,383 

47 
232 
358 
1,054 
3,761 
1,585 
1,324 

31 
2,299 

71 

98 

6,141 


115 

8 

327 

3 

717 

21,314 

96 

12,970 

528 

2,642 

861 

954 

776 

1,410 

76 

16.854 

129 

104 

1,345 

322 

36 

10 

2,612 

15,747 

3 

133 

208 

768 

2,389 

1,214 

518 

21 

2,212 

62 

91 

4,091 


1 

270 
2 
21 
11 
10 
2 
19 
22 
13 

72 

1 
12 

6 
1.810 

2 
2 

7 
13 
27 

3 

26 
6 

17 

57 


74 

4 

177 

2 

279 

8,523 

41 

5,228 

255 

1,498 

334 

487 

470 

826 

66 

9,936 

50 

96 

671 

102 

20 

7 

1,242 

7.197 

3 

17 

58 

135 

376 

775 

842 

298 

8 

1,563 

40 

53 

2,536 


12 

55 

4,593 

13 

158 
35 
47 
33 

152 
39 
99 

552 
11 
3 
55 
29 
1 

62 

2,016 

3 
13 
13 
42 
37 
22 
41 

111 
3 
10 

186 


40 

4 

138 

379 

7,928 

40 

7.563 

227 

1,087 

492 

296 

245 

472 

9 

6,294 

68 

607 

191 

15 

3 

1,302 

4,724 

18 
60 
58 

343 
1,564 

323 

176 
13 

512 
13 
11 

1,312 


18 

2 

120 

1 

60 

4,407 

29 

3,994 

593 

2,141 

157 

996 

1.190 

85 

6 

1,070 

28 

6 

383 

165 

15 

1 

593 

3,624 

9 

99 

150 

286 

1,372 

368 

806 

10 

87 

9 

7 

2,046 


8 

58 

14 

1,407 

9 

2,001 

251 

603 

42 

155 

166 

21 

1 

320 

4 

65 
77 
6 

217 
371 

35 
63 
26 

637 
80 

137 

15 
4 

647 


3 
2 
39 

17 

1,110 

5 

1.606 

206 

592 

26 

284 

176 

9 

1 

579 

15 

2 

54 

55 

7 

146 
1,287 

34 
57 
18 
588 
57 
125 
7 
21 
2 
2 

702 


7 
12 

11 
756 

13 
207 

38 
196 
557 

24 
2 

48 

112 
23 
2 

1,070 

14 
14 
103 
52 
150 
221 

20 
2 
2 

312 


11 

18 

1.134 

2 

180 

73 

560 

51 

361 

291 

31 

2 

123 

9 

3 

152 

10 

896 

16 
16 
139 
95 
81 
323 
3 
31 
1 
2 

385 






_ 






BHUTAN 


_ 




_ 




22 








_ 


INDONESIA 






5 


IRAQ 


1 


ISRAEL 




JAPAN 

JORDAN 


2 




_ 




_ 


KUWAIT 


_ 




_ 


LEBANON 


_ 




_ 




_ 


OMAN 


_ 




_ 


PHILIPPINES 


12 






SAUDI ARABIA 


_ 


SINGAPORE 


_ 






SYRIA 












TURKEY 




UNITED ARAB EMIRATES .... 
VIETNAM 








YEMEN (SANAA) 




AFRICA 




ALGERIA 


43 
76 
9 
3 
3 
21 
697 
3 

2 

1,581 

206 

271 
10 
7 
7 

380 


21 
65 
6 

2 

10 

694 

2 

2 

1,225 
1 

151 
2 

175 
8 
7 
5 

275 


2 

14 
1 

11 
1 


15 
46 
5 

10 
547 

2 
565 

130 
2 

166 
5 
6 
2 

122 


2 
8 

62 

23 
2 

1 

6 


4 
9 

71 

1 

626 

18 

9 
1 

3 
146 


22 

3 
3 
1 
11 

3 
1 

354 

55 

95 
2 

2 

105 


5 

6 

1 

149 

27 

32 
2 

2 
43 


7 
2 

3 
2 

123 
20 
14 

34 


7 
3 

2 

1 

1 

41 
6 
35 

13 


3 
6 
1 

1 

41 
2 
14 

15 








BENIN 




BOTSWANA 








CAMEROON 








CHAD 




CONGO 








EGYPT 




EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 




GAMBIA THE 


. 






GUINEA 






_ 




_ 


KENYA 









See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY FOREIGN STATE OF CHARGEABILITY UNDER THE 

WORLDWIDE NUMERICAL LIMITATION ON IMMIGRATION OF 270,000. 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





TOTAL 


RELATIVE PREFERENCES 


OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 




FOREIGN STATE OF 
CHARGEABILITY 


Total 


1ST 
PREF. 


2ND 
PREF. 


4TH 
PREF. 


5TH 
PREF. 


Total 


3RD 
PREF 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


3RD 
PREF 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


6TH 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


6TH 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


OTHER 




196 
60 

6 
29 

2 

6 
18 
184 
31 

2 

376 
4 

42 

9 

104 

10 

977 

34 

7 

222 

5 

24 

246 

7 

23 

93 

97 

1,997 


1 

148 

24 

6 

2 
6 

12 
117 

18 

225 

3 
49 
10 
221 
29 

180 
5 
7 

203 

13 
62 

1,394 


3 

5 
4 

2 
22 


136 

2 
6 
2 
3 
4 
57 
10 

202 

34 
2 
44 

7 
136 
13 

83 

5 
1 
79 

10 
42 
19 

732 


5 
2 

13 
3 

2 

31 
2 

6 

1 
8 
1 
1 
1 
3 

143 


4 
11 

3 
12 

3 
8 
42 
7 

16 

2 

3 
3 
43 

14 
1 
91 

5 
116 

18 
16 

497 


48 
36 

10 

6 
67 

13 

150 
3 

6 
6 

55 

756 
5 

42 

17 
43 
6 
10 
31 
59 

602 


8 

9 

15 

73 
2 

2 

18 

177 

2 

19 

6 

21 

3 
5 
13 

197 


24 
20 

1 
9 
2 

54 

2 

3 

7 

295 
2 
3 
9 

4 
12 

4 
17 
22 

231 


14 

4 

3 

1 
21 
2 

12 
1 

1 
3 
16 

91 

9 

6 
5 

1 
2 

7 

90 


2 

2 

3 
22 
8 

11 

1 

14 

193 
2 

5 

1 
5 
3 
2 

7 
17 

84 




LIBERIA 












MALAWI 




MAURITANIA 








MOZAMBIQUE 








NIGER 




NIGERIA 








SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 




SEYCHELLES 








SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 








SWAZILAND 












TUNISIA 








UPPER VOLTA 








ZAMBIA 








OCEANIA 


^ 




495 

489 

5 

528 

6 

258 

257 

1 
27 

6 

3 
414 

3 
257 

87.929 


125 

121 

3 

525 

73 
72 

24 
6 
1 

386 
3 

250 

76.000 


13 
13 

3 

1 
3.334 


64 
63 

220 
41 

23 

1 
190 

3 
188 

48,699 


29 
28 

56 

18 
18 

21 

19 

7,387 


19 
17 
2 

246 

13 
12 

1 
5 

174 

39 

16,580 


370 

368 

2 

3 

5 

185 

185 

3 

2 
28 

6 

11,849 


124 
124 

2 
2 
64 
64 

3 

1 

1 
1,280 


158 
158 

3 
70 
70 

1,947 


48 

47 
1 

1 

26 
26 

3 
4,134 


40 
39 
1 

25 

25 

17 

2 

4,488 




AUSTRALIA 








COCOS ISLANDS 








KIRIBATI 




NEW ZEALAND 








COOK ISLANDS 




PACIFIC IS., TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 




SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 








WESTERN SAMOA 


1 


NORTH AMERICA 


80 




5.129 
19,430 
48,433 


1.951 
17.397 
43,569 


162 

1,981 

903 


925 
6,983 
31,592 


443 
3,830 
2,303 


421 
4,603 
8,771 


3,175 
1,999 
4,827 


842 
88 

271 


1,482 
132 
217 


299 

657 

2,383 


552 
1,122 
1,956 




MEXICO 

CARIBBEAN 


34 
37 






1,566 
241 

1,225 

2,669 

402 

13,502 

639 

6,702 

13.350 

384 

420 


12 

12 

41 

101 

4 

146 

3 

77 

441 

4 

12 


764 
175 

654 

285 

12,398 

5,066 

8,392 

305 

326 


34 

19 

58 

738 

5 

132 

14 

57 

1,096 

3 

17 


756 

35 

236 

1,176 

108 

826 

134 

1,502 

3,421 

72 

65 


1,353 
27 

32 
65 
141 
264 
246 
1,762 
92 
145 


7 
16 
5 
5 
11 
15 
10 
142 
5 
8 


4 
7 
16 
11 
6 
25 

8 

101 

2 

8 


582 

4 
210 
11 
20 
57 
152 
164 
910 
42 
84 


756 

9 

146 

5 
34 
48 

64 
609 
43 
45 




BAHAMAS, THE 


268 

1,613 

2,702 

467 

13,653 

903 

6.952 

15.113 

478 

566 




CUBA 


.| 






DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


10 


HAITI 


4 






ST LUCIA 


2 


ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 





See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY FOREIGN STATE OF CHARGEABILITY UNDER THE 

WORLDWIDE NUMERICAL LIMITATION ON IMMIGRATION OF 270,000. 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





TOTAL 


RELATIVE PREFERENCES 


OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 




FOREIGN STATE OF 
CHARGEABILITY 


Total 


1ST 
PREF. 


2ND 
PREF. 


4TH 
PREF. 


5TH 
PREF. 


Total 


3RD 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


3RD 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


6TH 
PREF. 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


6TH 
PREF. 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


OTHER 


TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


2.785 
14,937 


2,469 
13,083 


50 
288 


1,849 
9,199 


130 

811 


440 
2,785 


312 
1,848 


36 
79 


1?; 


147 
795 


108 
858 


4 
6 


BELIZE 


1.5261 1.397 


23 
21 
58 
37 
47 
34 
68 

238 


765 
381 
3,235 
1.456 
1.439 
1.037 
886 

10,859 


83 
38 
225 
84 
99 
174 
108 

934 


526 

533 
322 
328 
613 
383 

8,228 


127 
74 

358 
64 

137 
97 

3,359 


6 
23 

22 
8 

307 


2 

7 
31 
25 

42 
5 

419 


56 
31 
438 
159 
36 
35 
40 

1,260 


63 
28 
499 
164 
22 
38 
44 

1,373 




COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 


594 
5.045 
2.258 
1,977 
1,995 
1,542 

23,645 


520 
4,051 
1,899 
1,913 
1,858 
1,445 

20.259 




HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 








SOUTH AMERICA 


27 


ARGENTINA 


1,164 

429 

566 

912 

4,929 

2,943 

9,070 

86 

2,512 

60 

427 

547 

2 300 


742 

297 

369 

606 

4.367 

2.620 

8,336 

47 

2.162 

41 

248 

424 


23 
8 

14 
9 
55 
19 
60 
1 

% 
2 
18 


417 

190 

226 

415 

2,861 

2,221 

2,944 

34 

1.116 

22 

137 

276 


152 
13 
54 
33 

201 
60 

230 
2 
98 
2 
31 
58 


150 
86 
75 

149 
1,250 

320 

5,102 

10 

921 
15 
78 
72 


417 
132 
197 
293 
555 
321 
734 

39 
350 

19 
179 
123 


48 
12 
38 
34 
42 
12 
45 

41 
2 
7 

23 


83 
15 
48 
49 

1 
45 

5 
10 
53 


137 
59 
62 
122 
241 
143 
238 
19 
142 
7 
72 
18 


149 
46 
49 

214 
158 
407 
16 
122 
5 
90 
29 








BRAZIL .. . . 




CHILE 


13 










GUYANA 








PERU 

SURINAME 




URUGUAY 








IND WESTERN HEM 


2 300 













' INCLUDES NONPREFERENCE IMMIGRANTS, RECAPTURED CUBAN NUMBER (SILVA) IMMIGRANTS, AND THOSE SUSPENSION OF 
DEPORTATION ADJUSTMENTS, PRIVATE LAW ADJUSTMENTS AND FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OFFICIAL ADJUSTMENTS WHICH ARE 
SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS. 

NOTE: CLASS OF ADMISSION CATEGORIES 

1ST PREF. - UNMARRIED SONS AND DAUGHTERS OF CITIZENS AND THEIR CHILDREN 

2ND PREF. - SPOUSES, UNMARRIED SONS, AND DAUGHTERS OF RESIDENT ALIENS AND THEIR CHILDREN 

4TH PREF. - MARRIED SONS & DAUGHTERS OF US CITIZENS AND THEIR SPOUSES AND CHILDREN 

5TH PREF ■ BROTHERS AND SISTERS OF U.S. CITIZENS AND THEIR SPOUSES AND CHILDREN 

3RD PREF PRINCIPALS ■ PROFESSIONALS OR HIGHLY SKILLED WORKERS 

3RD PREF.BENEFICIARIES - SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF PRINCIPALS 

6TH PREF.;PRINCIPALS - WORKERS IN SHORT SUPPLY 

6TH PREF.:BENEFICIARIES - SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF PRINCIPALS 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY TYPE OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 



SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



NEW ARRIVALS 

SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



ADJUSTMENTS OF STATUS 

SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.SR 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLj^DESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 



594,131 
69,174 



137 

1,053 
342 
5,874 
3,510 
3,124 

1,586 
874 
626 
15,462 
14,539 
1,418 



276 

4,971 
21,738 
1.194 
10.314 
3,105 
3,356 
3.903 
2,923 
13,438 



125 

3,383 

16,994 

582 

4,833 



74 

4 

560 

252 

2,462 

877 

2,665 

2 

1,051 

477 

365 

14,960 

6,842 



151 
1,588 
4,744 

612 
5.481 
2.079 
1,474 
2.044 

^3.c 



156 
2,902 
2,913 

510 

817 
366 
242 
371 
6,816 
822 

131,866 



221 

3,572 

545 



92 

2,946 

14,258 

351 

1,115 

707 

835 

982 

1,249 



665 

186 

2,972 



508 
384 

15,091 
7.723 



4,231 
689 
8.815 
2,289 
2,143 
2,028 
1,155 



33 
437 

2,736 
231 

3.718 
319 

1,047 
877 
281 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY TYPE OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 



NEW ARRIVALS 



ADJUSTMENTS OF STATUS 



SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 

FROM 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP ... 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO, & ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA. THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

ST. HELENA 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 



31,724 
286 
36.528 
3,529 
225 
1,046 

97 

13 

4.536 

45,102 



505 
2,354 
9.f 

5.568 

2.864 

40 

72,553 

179 

305 



18,153 



50 

232 

360 

1.057 

8,817 

1,592 

1,328 

27 

2,235 

99 



206 
8,122 



182 

260 

1,439 

2,645 

3,639 

1,759 

6 

70,101 

36 

42 

8,949 



20 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY TYPE OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 



SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

WESTERN SAHARA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 



SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



NEW ARRIVALS 

SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



ADJUSTMENTS OF STATUS 

SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 



OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

GUAM 

KIRIBATI 

NAURU 

NEW CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

NIUE 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

PUERTO RICO 

ST, CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 



56,106 

156 

67,379 



17.451 

1,066 

40 



72 

34 

2,644 



5,190 

2 

34,602 



3.753 
173 

6 
1.810 
3.650 

7 



49,241 

87 

50,189 



15,( 
( 
29 
7,436 
15,( 
21 



2,790 

2 

20,105 



416 

12,622 

784 

6,4 
13.781 
16 



45,037 
2,' 

29,136 

7,( 

138 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY TYPE OF ADMISSION AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED 


NEW ARRIVALS 


ADJUSTMENTS OF STATUS 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


Total 


SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


Total 


SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


Total 


SUBJECT 

TO 
NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


EXEMPT 
FROM 

NUMERI- 
CAL 
LIMITA- 
TIONS 


TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 


3,532 

41 

6 

23,626 


' 23 

3 

14,995 


744 

18 

3 

8,631 


2,585 

15 

4 

18,020 


2,255 

15 

3 

12.502 


330 

5,518 


947 

26 

2 

5,606 


533 
8 

2,493 


414 
18 


U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


2 
3.113 


BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 


2,031 
1,272 
7,107 
3,633 
3,186 
3,077 
3.320 

35,448 


1,518 
596 
5,056 
2,284 
1,996 
1.993 
1.552 

23,813 


513 
676 
2,051 
1,349 
1,190 
1,084 
1,768 

11,635 


1,613 
778 
6,092 
2,828 
2,534 
1,597 
2,578 

25,481 


1.351 
414 
4,509 
2,003 
1,765 
1,189 
1,271 

20.147 


262 
364 

1,583 
825 
769 
408 

1,307 

5,334 


418 
494 

1.015 
805 
652 

1.480 
742 

9,967 


167 
182 
547 
281 
231 
804 
281 

3,666 


251 
312 
468 
524 
421 
676 




461 


SOUTH AMERICA 


6.301 




2,065 

750 

1,475 

1,911 

8,608 

4,127 

5 

10,059 

161 

4,151 

93 

707 

1,336 

4 
10 


1,194 

442 

569 

917 

4,952 

2,995 

2 

9.037 

89 

2,555 

65 

433 

563 


871 

308 

906 

994 

3,656 

1.132 

3 

1,022 

72 

1,596 

28 

274 

773 

4 
10 


989 

417 

674 

1,062 

6,006 

3.183 

2 

9,402 

113 

2,715 

47 

413 

458 


730 

306 

317 

682 

4,042 

2,564 

2 

8,730 

74 

2,094 

37 

337 

232 


259 
111 
357 
380 
1,964 
619 

672 
39 

621 
10 
76 

226 


1,076 

801 

849 

2,602 

944 

3 

657 

48 

1,436 

46 

294 

878 

4 
10 


464 
136 
252 
235 
910 
431 

307 
15 

461 
28 
96 

331 


612 




197 


BRAZIL 


549 


CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

FRENCH GUIANA 


614 

1.692 

513 

3 

350 




33 


PERU 


975 




18 


URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 


198 
547 


BORN ON BOARD SHIP 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 


10 







IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Subject to 
numerical 
limitations 



Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 



Children 
of U.S. 
citizen' 



Special 
immi- 
grants 



Child born 
abroad to 



Refugee 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELj^ND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLj(^ND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3,472 
642 
126 
949 

3,644 
45 



1,053 
342 
5,874 
3,510 
3.124 

1,586 

874 

626 

15,462 

14,539 



820 

27,100 

19 



259,749 
24,202 



334,382 
44,972 



35,445 
3,449 



3,262 
290 



156,601 
19,475 



3,412 

2,633 

459 



252 

2,462 

877 



3 
2 

830 

3 

2,348 

71 
2 

14,647 
32 
30 

131,089 



10 

690 

18,609 

3 

125 
3,383 
16,994 
582 
4,833 
1,026 
1,882 
1,859 
1,530 



612 
5,481 
2,079 
1,474 
2,044 
1,393 
13,353 



106 


4 


775 


145 


972 


484 


178 


29 


,066 


68 


254 


6 


,076 


102 


,451 


153 


974 


126 


27 


3 



23 



IMM 2.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



Subject to 
numerical 
limitations 



ligrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Children 
of U.S. 
citizen' 



Child born 

abroad to 

aliens^ 



KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ... 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

ST. HELENA 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

See footnotes at end of table. 



31 ,724 
286 
36,528 
3,529 
225 
1,046 

97 



505 

2,354 

9,884 

5,568 

2,864 

40 

72,553 

179 

305 



,314 



19.563 

50 
232 
360 

1,057 
8,817 
1,592 
1.328 



158 
145 
1,297 
1,067 
3,976 
1,536 



70,311 



2 
785 
8,506 
9 
61 
98 
72 
405 
415 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

WESTERN SAHARA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

GUAM 

KIRIBATI 

NAURU 

NEW CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

NIUE 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS. THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST. LUCIA 

See footnotes at end of table. 



56.106 

156 

67.379 



Subject to 
numerical 
linnitations 



5,596 

2 

21,504 



6,969 

15,061 

19 



Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 



Ctiildren 
of U.S. 
citizen' 



408 

48 

2,484 

100 

5 

1,237 

2.012 

5 

12 



12.2 
758 

7,027 

2,352 



Child born 
abroad ti 
aliens' 



Refugee 

and 
asylee 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continuecl 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



Subject to 
numerical 
limitations 



Parents of 
U.S. 
citizen 



Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Ctiildren 
of U.S. 
citizen' 



Cfiild born 

abroad to 

aliens^ 



ST. VINCENT & GRENAD 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

FRENCH GUIANA 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 



23.626 
2,031 " 
1,272 
7,107 
3,633, 
3,186 
3,077 
3,320 



35.' 
2,065 
750 
1,475 



513 

676 

2.051 

1,349 



LL! 

871 

308 

906 

994 

3,656 

1,132 

3 

1,022 

72 



BORN ON BOARD SHIP .. 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 10 - 10 

' INCLUDES LEGITIMATE CHILDREN OF U.S. CITIZENS, ORPHANS ADOPTED ABROAD, AND ORPHANS TO BE 
ADOPTED. 

' ACT OF 4/7/70 REFERS TO THOSE ALIENS WHO ENTER THE UNITED STATES AS A FIANCE(E) OF A US 
CITIZEN OR AS A CHILD OF THE FIANCE(E). 

' INCLUDES CHILDREN BORN ABROAD TO U.S. LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT ALIENS AND BABIES BORN 
AFTER THE ISSUANCES OF VISAS. 



26 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



COUNTRY OR REGION 

OF LAST 

PERMANENT RESIDENCE 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

USSR 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

See footnotes at end of table. 



3,536 
454 
105 



21 

1,003 

337 

5,116 

3,464 

2,724 

6 

2,132 

884 

713 

14,810 

14,571 

1,212 



Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Subject to I 
numerical , 
limitations Total 



3,036 

2,637 

301 

796 
425 
304 



117 
7,198 
15,454 

480 
3,561 

337 



Parents of 
U.S. 
citizen 



35,445 
3,323 



2,179 
343 
89 



53 

5 

530 

247 

2,080 

827 

2,423 

5 

1,336 

459 



4,408 
1,601 
1,720 
2,244 
1,247 
11,731 
13,006 



Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 



23 

18 
40 
659 
141 

22,202 
12^ 

20 



846 

19 

3,984 



Special 
grants 



4,940 
272 



13 
2,823 



Child born 
abroad to 
aliens' 



Refugee 

and 
asylee 



156,601 
21,091 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 

OF LAST 

PERMANENT RESIDENCE 



Subject to 
numerical 
limitations 



Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 



Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 



Children 
of U.S. 
citizen' 



Special 
immi- 
grants 



Act of 
4/7/70: 
spouse, 

child' 



Child born 

abroad to 

aliens' 



Refugee 



KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES ... 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP 

CHAD 

COMOROS 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GABON 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 
IVORY COAST 
KENYA .... 
LESOTHO 
LIBERIA .. 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 
MALAWI . 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 
MAURITIUS 
MOROCCO 
MOZAMBIQUE 
NAMIBIA . 

NIGER 

NIGERIA . 
REUNION 
RWANDA . 
ST. HELENA 

See footnotes at end of table. 



605 
31,176 
3,066 



577 

722 

406 

1,716 

12,099 

13,599 

2,378 

250 

65,476 

157 

276 



34 
2,813 
18,767 



277 

828 

10.244 

2.541 

1,137 

182 

337 



127 

2,372 

2 

34 

1,317 



68 

65,139 

102 



31, 

343 

57 

2,140 

2 



249 


456 


3 


9 




2 


20 


26 


204 


206 



IMM 2.4 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


Subject to 
limitations 


Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 


COUNTRY OR REGION 

OF LAST 

PERMANENT RESIDENCE 


Total 


Parents of 
U.S. 
citizen 


Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 


Ctiildren 
of U.S. 
citizen' 


Special 
immi- 
grants 


Act of 
4/7/70: 
spouse. 

child^ 


Child born 
abroad to 
aliens' 


Refugee 

and 
asylee 


Other 


SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 


1 
84 
28 

242 
69 
1,305 
93 
29 

168 
14 
51 
97 
17 
2 
58 

191 

150 

4,046 


48 

5 
91 

8 
888 
26 
14 
95 

5 
11 
50 

8 

12 
131 
91 

2.238 


1 
36 
23 
151 
61 
417 
67 
15 
73 

9 
40 
47 

9 

2 
46 
60 
59 

1,808 


5 

3 
43 
1 
1 
24 

3 
4 

2 
6 
10 

171 


24 

15 
143 

50 
249 

24 

26 
8 
29 
17 
8 
2 
36 
27 
38 

1,278 


6 
2 
3 
5 
42 

1 
2 

5 
2 
2 

180 


27 
1 

15 

2 

1 
2 

68 




6 

2 
2 

16 


41 

26 

2 
11 

9 


- 


SEYCHELLES 








SOMALIA 




SOUTH AFRICA 


7 






SWAZILAND 












TUNISIA 


., 






UPPER VOLTA 




WESTERN SAHARA 








ZAMBIA 


10 






OCEANIA 


3 


AUSTRALIA 


1,647 

4 

845 

27 

9 

5 

661 

142 

14 

6 
520 

8 
354 

154,847 


745 
1 

504 
16 
6 
1 

290 
33 
5 
2 
2 

386 
5 

242 

91,116 


902 
3 

141 
11 
3 

371 

109 
9 
2 
4 

134 
3 

112 

63,731 


38 

61 

1 

12 
2 

32 
1 
24 

5,988 


684 
3 
71 

7 
2 

284 
71 
8 

4 
81 

57 

38,043 


80 

5 
2 

31 
31 

19 
11,708 


33 

17 
1 

9 

8 

1.025 


914 


8 

4 

1.958 


6 
3.873 


2 










FRENCH POLYNESIA 








NEW CALEDONIA 




NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 


- 


PITCAIRN ISLANDS 












VANUATU 








NORTH AMERICA 


222 


CANADA 


14,331 
2 

54,183 
4 
1 

62,652 


8,386 

20,924 
2 

46,528 


5,945 

2 

33,259 

2 

16,124 


402 

1,722 

2.471 


4,133 

2 

22.681 

2 

7,134 


707 
6,750 

2.239 


139 
127 

161 


363 
357 

127 


50 
1,546 

322 


16 
3,654 


144 










ST PIERRE & MIQUELON 




CARIBBEAN 


16 




79 

3,018 

683 

1,903 

257 

137 

50 

6,117 

543 

17,051 

950 

49 

8,270 

17,596 

,?, 

235 
962 
560 
643 
3,370 
35 


2,733 
330 

1.570 
106 

30 

1,149 

448 

13,512 

813 

6,645 
14.311 
16 
103 
145 
748 
441 
504 
2.694 
23 


13 

285 

353 

333 

151 

38 

20 

4,968 

95 

3.539 

137 

7 

1,625 

3,285 

7 

18 

90 

214 

119 

139 

676 

12 


4 
74 
16 
67 
11 
8 
2 
950 
23 
252 
34 

219 

597 

6 
6 
62 
21 
27 
91 


8 

156 

251 

191 

98 

22 

14 

296 

45 

2,365 

78 

6 

1,096 

1,741 

6 

10 

67 

107 

73 

76 

418 

10 


1 
46 
72 
49 
29 
5 
2 
63 
26 
710 
20 

228 
783 

1 
6 
40 
23 
26 
106 
2 


3 
5 
10 

21 

20 
1 

28 
57 

3 

9 
3 


9 


8 

2 

176 

28 
54 

2 

1 

47 


3.621 

2 
2 

21 
2 






- 




, 


BARBADOS 


- 




. 


BRITISH VIRGIN IS . . 


- 






CUBA 

DOMINICA 


3 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 


2 






HAITI 


- 






MARTINIQUE 








NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST LUCIA 


- 


ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 


- 







See footnotes at end of table. 



29 



IMM 2.4 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY CLASSES UNDER THE IMMIGRATION LAWS 

AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF LAST PERMANENT RESIDENCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


Subject to 
numerical 
limitations 


Immigrants exempt from numerical limitations 


COUNTRY OR REGION 

OF LAST 

PERMANENT RESIDENCE 


Total 


Parents of 
U.S. 
citizen 


Spouses 
of U.S. 
citizen 


Children 
of U.S. 
citizen' 


Special 
Immi- 
grants 


Act of 
4/7/70: 
spouse, 

child^ 


Child born 
abroad to 

aliens' 


Refugee 
and 
asylee 


Other 


CENTRAL AMERICA 


23,674 


15,276 


8,398 


1,393 


4,091 


2,012 


598 


67 


40 


196 


1 


BELIZE 


1.827 
2,107 
6,810 
3,554 
3,051 
2,838 
3,487 

32,803 


1,358 
1,335 
4,869 
2,261 
1,928 
1,838 
1,687 

22,306 


469 

772 

1.941 

\f^ 
1,000 
1,800 

10,497 


86 
139 
391 
215 
139 
221 
202 

1.696 


266 
407 

931 
672 
623 
384 
808 

6,134 


110 
186 
585 
305 
326 
185 
315 

1,873 


21 
23 
73 
10 
29 
442 

173 


5 
5 
11 
10 
16 
3 

17 

200 


6 

14 
6 

12 

159 


1 
8 

3 

177 

3 

234 








EL SALVADOR 


_ 


GUATEMALA 








NICARAGUA 


_ 


PANAMA 


.| 


SOUTH AMERICA 


28 


ARGENTINA 


1,838 
696 
1,290 
1,740 
8,091 
3,904 

9,385 
148 

3,850 
68 
644 

1,145 

21,525 


1,083 

421 

494 

837 

4,718 

2,849 

2 

8,479 

84 

2,415 

49 

409 

466 

10,732 


755 

275 

796 

903 

3,373 

1,055 

2 

906 

64 

1,435 

19 

235 

679 

10,793 


117 
52 
27 
113 
397 
198 
1 
401 
12 
297 

48 
29 

1.624 


498 
162 
527 
404 
1,967 
670 

352 
32 

876 
13 

149 

483 

6,257 


59 
38 
157 
175 
868 
120 

103 
14 

17 
133 

1,163 


12 
14 
25 

28 
8 

36 
3 
22 

5 
9 

477 


11 
2 
45 
31 
51 
5 

7 
2 
27 

8 
10 

595 


10 
5 
10 

44 
52 

5 

10 

1 
11 

412 


40 
2 
4 
157 
13 
2 

1 
9 

4 
2 

93 


8 






BRAZIL 


1 


CHILE 


.| 




5 






FRENCH GUIANA 






2 






PERU 


6 










VENEZUELA 


2 


UNKNOWN OR NOT 
REPORTED 


172 







' INCLUDES LEGITIMATE CHILDREN OF U.S. CITIZENS, ORPHANS ADOPTED ABROAD, AND ORPHANS TO BE 
ADOPTED. 

' ACT OF 4/7/70 REFERS TO THOSE ALIENS WHO ENTER THE UNITED STATES AS A FIANCE(E) OF A U.S. 
CITIZEN OR AS A CHILD OF THE FIANCE(E). 

' INCLUDES CHILDREN BORN ABROAD TO US. LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT ALIENS AND BABIES BORN 
AFTER THE ISSUANCES OF VISAS. 



IMMIGRANT ORPHANS ADMITTED TO THE UNITED STATES BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982 



AFRICA 

ANGOLA 

BOTSWANA ... 

BURUNDI 

CAPE VERDE 



ADOPTED TO BE 
ABROAD ADOPTED 



ADOPTED TO BE 
ABROAD ADOPTED 



ADOPTED TO BE 
ABROAD ADOPTED 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

DENMARK 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMANY ' 

GERMANY. FED. REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LITHUANIA 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

CHINA ' 

CHINA, MAINLAND ^... 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN ' 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 



27 
NA 

214 
6 
6 

2 
18 
2 

2.104 



3.929 
31 



12 

1 

2.234 



See footnotes at end of table. 



IMM 2.5 

IMMIGRANT ORPHANS ADMITTED TO THE UNITED STATES BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982— Continued 





1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


OF BIRTH 


ADOPTED 
ABROAD 


TO BE 
ADOPTED 


ADOPTED 
ABROAD 


TO BE 
ADOPTED 


ADOPTED 
ABROAD 


TO BE 
ADOPTED 


ADOPTED 
ABROAD 


TO BE 
ADOPTED 


ADOPTED 
ABROAD 


TO BE 
ADOPTED 




2 

1 

1 

13 


5 


2 
2 

1 
3 

5 


1 

- 
- 




5 

2 


1 

1 

1 

8 










_ 


GHANA 










_ 


MALAWI 








NIGERIA 




SENEGAL 


,1 










SOUTH AFRICA 








TANZANIA 


1 






TUNISIA 




ZAIRE 








OCEANIA 


3 




2 

2 
3 

2 

349 


2 
282 


2 

3 
356 


311 


291 


366 


1 
2 

1 

4 
259 


376 


327 




FIJI 


1 






NEW ZEALAND 




PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 


- 


TONGA 


- 


NORTH AMERICA 


351 


CANADA . .-. 


20 
133 

33 


73 
19 

36 


126 


39 
13 

32 


18 
124 

62 


46 
20 

27 


10 
106 

39 


38 
10 

43 




10 


MEXICO 


15 






CARIBBEAN 


53 




1 

1 
1 

7 

5 
10 

1 

2 
1 
1 
3 

163 


10 

2 

17 

1 
154 


179 


1 

7 
20 

: 

1 

227 


20 
86 


6 

4 

14 

2 
273 


1 

1 

1 

8 

7 
18 

1 
2 

104 


13 
24 

285 


190 


_ 


BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 


i 


BRITISH VIRGIN IS 








CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 


28 






HAITI 












NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 




ST LUCIA 




ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 




CENTRAL AMERICA 


273 


BELIZE 


2 

87 

]'. 
13 
8 
21 

99 


83 
34 

11 
21 
5 

652 


24 
144 


4 
132 
50 

8 
32 

748 


48 

10 
10 

10 

106 


14 
175 
65 
10 

801 


3 
38 

9 
34 

6 

3 

134 


10 
215 
48 
7 
3 
2 

767 


105 


8 


COSTA RICA 


3 






GUATEMALA 


55 












6 


SOUTH AMERICA 


718 




3 

15 


1 




2 
2 


2 

7 


2 


4 


3 




3 


BOLIVIA 


7 







See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANT ORPHANS ADMITTED TO THE UNITED STATES BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEARS 1978-1982— Continued 





1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
































OF BIRTH 


ADOPTED 


TO BE 


ADOPTED 


TO BE 


ADOPTED 


TO BE 


ADOPTED 


TO BE 


ADOPTED 


TO BE 




ABROAD 


ADOPTED 


ABROAD 


ADOPTED 


ABROAD 


ADOPTED 


ABROAD 


ADOPTED 


ABROAD 


ADOPTED 


BRAZIL 


10 


5 


18 


7 


1« 


32 


27 


35 


14 


58 


CHILE .. 




36 


3 


87 


1 


91 




105 




113 


COLOMBIA 


31 


568 


22 


604 


27 


626 


38 


590 


22 


512 


ECUADOR 


13 


29 


14 


25 


9 


23 


7 


13 


3 


e 


FRENCH GUIANA 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


1 




- 








GUYANA 


1 


1 


14 


1 


4 




8 


2 


4 


5 


PARAGUAY 




- 


- 




1 




- 


1 


- 


6 


PERU .. 


24 


11 


52 


20 


36 


18 


44 


10 


30 


5 


SURINAME 




_ 


1 
















URUGUAY 


- 


- 


- 








3 


- 




1 


VENEZUELA 


2 


1 


1 

1 1 




2 


3 




- 


3 





PRIOR TO FY 1982. DATA FOR FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER 
GERMANY 

' PRIOR TO FY 1982. DATA FOR MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER CHINA 
"" NOT APPLICABLE 



IMM 2.6 

IMMIGRANT NEW ARRIVALS TO THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND TYPE OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



TOTAL 
NEW 
AR- 
RIVALS 



RELA- 
TIVE 
PREF. 



OCC. 

PREF: 
PRINCI- 
PALS 



OCC. 

PREF: 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 



EXEMPT FROM NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



IMMEDI- 
ATE 
RELA- 
TIVES 



SPECIAL 

IMMI- 
GRANTS 



CHIL- 
DREN 
BORN 
ABROAD 
TO AL- 
IENS 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP 

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. MAINLAND 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 



2,902 

2,913 
510 

817 
366 
242 



179,759 
10,721 



67 


64 


154 


148 


36 


35 


104 


104 


140 


135 



2.282 

2,027 

276 



626 

13,413 

2 



1,216 

53 

16.191 



3,249 


3,033 


154 


150 


384 


380 


378 


311 


893 


827 


519 


472 


15 


14 


1,076 


10,663 



IMMIGRANT NEW ARRIVALS TO THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND TYPE OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO & ANTARCTIC 

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 



61 

208 

245 

915 

7,239 

1,929 



2, 

263 
5,365 



SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



RELA- 
TIVE 
PREF. 



6,021 

1,019 

389 



OCC. 
PREF: 
PRINCI- 
PALS 



OCC. 

PREF: 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 



EXEMPT FROM NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



2 

685 

17,021 



IMMEDI- 
ATE 
RELA- 
TIVES 



I CHIL- 

GRANTS ^BROAD 
TO AL- 
IENS 



IMMIGRANT NEW ARRIVALS TO THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND TYPE OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



EXEMPT FROM NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 



SUDAN 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

WESTERN SAHARA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

GUAM 

KIRIBATI 

NAURU 

NEW CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

NIUE 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER , 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

PITCAIPN ISLANDS 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC . 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

PUERTO RICO 

ST, CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST. LUCIA 

ST, VINCENT & GRENAD 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

US. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 



49,241 

87 

50.189 

63" 

1,293 

240 



567 

2,585 

15 



RELA- 
TIVE 
PREF. 



OCC, I OCC, 
PREF: PREF: 

PRINCI- BENEFI- 
PALS CIARIES 



16,823 

47 

39,204 



IMMEDI- 
ATE 
RELA- 
TIVES 



CHIL- 
DREN 
BORN 
ABROAD 
TO AL- 
IENS 



IMMIGRANT NEW ARRIVALS TO THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND TYPE OF ADMISSION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





TOTAL 


SUBJECT TO NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 


EXEMPT FROM NUMERICAL LIMITATIONS 




















CHIL- 




COUNTRY OR REGION 


NEW 




RELA- 
TIVE 
PREF. 


OCC. 


OCC. 






IMMEDI- 


SPECIAL 
GRANTS 


DREN 




OF BIRTH 


AR- 
RIVALS 


Total 


PREF: 
PRINCI- 
PALS 


PREF: 
BENEFI- 
CIARIES 


OTHER 


Total 


ATE 
RELA- 
TIVES 


BORN 
ABROAD 
TO AL- 


OTHER 






















IENS 




COSTA RICA 


778 


414 


343 


31 


28 


12 


364 


347 


10 


7 




EL SALVADOR 


6.092 


4.509 


3.556 


433 


487 


33 


1,583 


1,567 


13 


3 


_ 


GUATEMALA 


2,828 


2.003 


1.628 


151 


157 


67 


825 


747 


60 


18 


. 


HONDURAS 


2.534 


1.765 


1.692 


32 


20 


21 


769 


754 


9 


6 


_ 


NICARAGUA 


1,597 


1.189 


1.124 


28 


32 


5 


408 


382 


25 


1 


_ 


PANAMA 


2,578 


1,271 


1.162 


47 


46 


16 


1,307 


862 


433 


12 




SOUTH AMERICA 


25,481 


20.147 


17.423 


1,152 


1,296 


276 


5,334 


5,040 


116 


178 


_ 


ARGENTINA 


989 


730 


460 


112 


117 


41 


259 


235 


13 


11 




BOLIVIA . 


417 


306 


197 


58 


45 


6 


111 


94 


12 


5 


_ 


BRAZIL .. 


674 


317 


231 


44 


41 


1 


357 


326 


20 


11 


_ 


CHILE 


1,062 


682 


467 


113 


98 


4 


380 


363 


6 


11 




COLOMBIA 


6,006 


4,042 


3,578 


227 


190 


47 


1,964 


1,903 


14 


47 


_ 


ECUADOR 


3,183 


2,564 


2,212 


130 


143 


79 


619 


557 


4 


58 


_ 


FRENCH GUIANA 


2 


2 


- 


2 




- 


- 




_ 






GUYANA 


9,402 


8,730 


8,072 


229 


404 


25 


672 


638 


28 


6 


_ 


PARAGUAY 


113 


74 


37 


19 


13 


5 


39 


38 


1 




_ 


PERU 


2,715 


2,094 


1,776 


134 


129 


55 


621 


597 


12 


12 


_ 


SURINAME 


47 


37 


29 


3 


5 




10 


10 






_ 


URUGUAY 


413 


337 


179 


65 


84 


9 


76 


75 


- 


1 




VENEZUELA 


458 


232 


185 


16 


27 


4 


226 


204 


6 

1 


16 


- 



37 



IMM 3.1 

ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



[ 


Total 
adjusted 


Subject to numerical limitations 


Exempt from numerical limitations 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


Total 


Relative 
pref. 


Occ. 
pref: 
principa- 
ls 


Occ. 

pref: 
benefi- 
ciaries 


Other 


Total 


Immedi- 
ate rela- 
tives 


Special 
immi- 
grants 


Act of 
4/7/70: 
spouse, 
chil- 
dren' 


Refugee 
and 


Other 


ALL COUNTRIES 


279.455 
42,095 


53,437 
10,051 


26,306 
3,702 


13,086 
2,873 


13,740 
3,462 


305 


226.018 
32,044 


60,189 
11,107 


2.738 
143 


5,430 
1,198 


156,601 
19,475 


1.060 




121 


ALBANIA 


16 

2 

226 

316 

148 

755 

240 

9 

187 

1,263 

155 

2,539 

1,370 

455 

78 

483 

1,639 

25 

23 

10 

40 

8 

665 

186 

2,972 

597 

2,614 

3 

769 

508 

384 

15,091 

7,723 

596 

181,425 


2 

72 
173 
15 
80 
101 
2 
101 
465 

54 

728 

296 

125 

21 

179 

554 

5 

10 

5 

11 

5 

326 

64 

1,026 

241 

122 

1 

234 

246 

158 

281 

4,125 

222 

22,625 


20 
31 
9 
31 
24 

20 
156 

ii 

87 
10 
56 
327 
2 
3 
1 
4 

71 
19 
859 
172 
50 
1 
100 
40 
20 
164 
836 
176 

9,431 


1 

28 
54 
5 
29 

34 

26 
129 

18 
215 

62 

27 
6 

72 
115 
3 
3 
1 
4 

92 
19 
108 
46 
53 

70 
76 
64 
60 
1,423 
29 

7,017 


1 

24 

1 
20 
42 

55 
180 

19 
314 
41 

5 
51 
107 

4 
3 
3 

163 
26 
58 
23 
19 

63 
130 
74 
57 
1,863 
15 

6,139 


1 
5 

1 

3 
2 

38 


14 

154 
143 
133 
675 
139 
7 
86 
798 

101 

1,811 

1,074 

330 

57 

304 

1,085 

20 

13 

5 

29 

3 

339 

122 

1,946 

356 

2,492 

2 

535 

262 

226 

14,810 

3,598 

374 

158,800 


8 

123 

122 
26 
71 

115 
2 
73 

673 

77 

1,459 

585 

111 

47 

265 

959 

11 

9 

5 

22 

3 

303 

100 

1,058 

277 

125 

2 

407 

237 

193 

157 

3,163 

318 

22,041 


1 
2 
4 

6 
2 

10 

3 

4 

18 

8 

20 
2 

5 

32 
5 

2,194 


13 
16 
1 
6 
22 

11 
70 

19 
301 

44 
2 
7 

27 

57 

2 

31 
21 
36 
75 
8 

36 
20 
26 
1 
329 
17 

2,783 


6 

2 
106 
592 

44 

4 
34 
434 
212 

2 

47 

2 

1 

830 

2,348 

71 
2 

14,647 
32 
30 

131,089 








AUSTRIA 




BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 








ESTONIA . ... 




FINLAND 








GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 




GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. . 
GREECE 


1 






ICELAND 








ITALY 


11 






LITHUANIA 




LUXEMBOURG 








MONACO 








NORWAY 




POLAND 








ROMANIA 








SPAIN 












USSR 


42 


YUGOSLAVIA 




ASIA 


693 




1,448 

11 

183 

3 

3 

93 

7,989 

13 

1 

129 

1,538 

4,231 

689 

8,815 

2,289 

2.143 

2.028 

1,155 

13,369 

3,863 


59 
3 

90 
3 

2 
36 

33 
437 

2,736 
231 

3,718 
319 

1,047 
877 
281 
31 

1,368 


48 

29 
2 

18 
1.645 

18 
196 
530 

86 
1,871 
218 
447 
310 
229 

26 
774 


9 

37 

8 
1,283 

93 
1,375 

72 
811 

55 
221 
288 

27 

3 

222 


2 
24 

10 
1.061 

4 
147 
831 
73 
1.031 
45 
379 
277 
25 
2 
372 


10 

1 

5 

1 

2 


1,389 
8 
93 

1 

57 

3,990 

13 

96 
1,101 
1.495 

458 
5,097 
1,970 
1,096 
1,151 

874 
13,338 
2,495 


49 

7 
84 

42 

1,709 

3 

68 
563 

1,244 
143 

4,246 
312 
953 
901 
817 
24 

1,667 


58 
10 

23 
59 
12 
49 
3 
67 
4 
3 

158 


3 

14 
179 

3 
63 
55 
14 
57 

26 
183 

10 

5 

575 


1,340 

1,867 

25 
442 
10 
286 
701 
1,648 
20 
35 
41 
13.309 
63 








BANGLADESH 








BRUNEI 








CHINA MAINLAND 


177 










CYPRUS 


10 


INDIA 


127 








44 


IRAQ 






30 


JAPAN 


28 
3 




. 


KOREA 


32 











See footnotes at end of table 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES .. 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP . ... 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

ST. HELENA 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Total 
adjusted 



132 
36,448 
2,125 



73 

182 

260 

1,439 

2,645 

3,6 

1,7: 

6 

70,101 
36 



Subject to numerical limitations 



167 

307 

2,188 



Occ. 

pref: 

principa- 



Occ. 
pref: 
benefi- 



Exempt from numencal limitations 



457 
3,31 
1,220 



Special 
grants 



Refugee 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS 
BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



THE UNITED STATES 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

GUAM 

KIRIBATI 

NEW CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST, LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD . 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

See footnotes at end of table. 



Subject to numerical limitations 



Relative 
pref. 



Occ. 

pref: 

principa- 



Occ. 

pref: 
benefi- 
ciaries 

2 
289 



Exempt from numerical limitations 



5.466 

38 

9,699 



Immedi- 
ate rela- 
tives 



Special 
grants 



Act of 

4/7/70: 

spouse 

chil- 



Refugee 
and 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 
adjusted 


Subject to numerical limitations 


Exempt from numerical limitations 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


Total 


Relative 
pref. 


Occ. 
pref: 
principa- 
ls 


Occ. 
pref: 
benefi- 


Other 


Total 


ate rela- 
tives 


Special 
grants 


Act of 

4/7/70: 

spouse, 

chil- 


Refugee 

and 
asylee 


Other 






















dren' 






U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 


2 


. 


. 


. 


. 


. 


2 


., 










CENTRAL AMERICA 


5,606 


2,493 


2,237 


95 


147 


14 


3,113 


2,798 




80 


192 


_ 


BELIZE 


418 


167 


154 


5 


7 


1 


251 


244 




6 


1 


_ 


COSTA RICA 


494 


182 


167 


7 


8 


- 


312 


302 




6 


3 


_ 


EL SALVADOR 


1,015 


547 


467 


31 


44 


5 


468 


444 




14 




_ 


GUATEMALA 


805 


281 


230 


15 


32 


4 


524 


492 




11 


4 


_ 


HONDURAS 


652 


231 


221 


5 


4 


1 


421 


396 




22 


3 


_ 


NICARAGUA 


1,480 


804 


722 


29 


50 


3 


676 


488 




3 


178 


_ 


PANAMA ... 


742 


281 


276 


3 


2 




461 


432 




18 


3 


- 


SOUTH AMERICA 


9,967 


3,666 


2.703 


416 


486 


61 


6,301 


5,674 


113 


242 


242 


30 


ARGENTINA 


1,076 


464 


265 


73 


117 


9 


612 


537 




13 


40 


9 


BOLIVIA 


333 


136 


102 


13 


16 


5 


197 


183 




7 


2 




BRAZIL 


801 


252 


139 


56 


57 


- 


549 


481 




54 


6 


.| 


CHILE 


849 


235 


130 


43 


47 


15 


614 


408 




36 


157 


2 


COLOMBIA 


2,602 


910 


767 


54 


70 


19 


1,692 


1,588 




59 


16 


6 


ECUADOR 


944 


431 


384 


23 


18 


6 


513 


494 




7 


2 




FRENCH GUIANA 


3 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


3 








_ 


GUYANA 


657 


307 


215 


54 


38 


- 


350 


325 




8 


1 


2 


PARAGUAY 


48 


15 


11 


4 


- 


- 


33 


27 




2 


1 




PERU 


1,436 


461 


368 


49 


40 


4 


975 


912 




31 


9 


5 


SURINAME 


46 


28 


11 


6 


11 


- 


18 


17 




1 






URUGUAY ... 


294 


96 


63 


17 


16 


_ 


198 


173 




11 


5 


3 


VENEZUELA 


878 


331 


248 


24 


56 


3 


547 


526 




13 


3 


2 


BORN ON BOARD SHIP 


4 












4 


" 






4 




UNKNOWN OR NOT 


























REPORTED 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


,0 


5 




- 


5 









' ACT OF 4/7/70 REFERS TO THOSE ALIENS WHO ENTER THE UNITED STATES AS A FIANC£(E) OF A U.i 
CITIZEN OR AS A CHILD OF THE FIANCE(E). 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY STATUS AT ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 

CLASS AT ENTRY 

F2 G's H's 11 J1 J2 K's L's PR, RE 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY. FEDERAL REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IREUND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 



155 

2,539 

1,370 

455 

78 

463 

1,639 

25 

23 



40 

8 

665 

186 

2,972 

597 

2,614 

3 

769 

508 



8,815 

2,2 

2,143 



1,155 
13,; 
3,f 



13 

3 

22 

6 

255 

76 

2,110 

417 

206 

2 

420 

212 



See footnotes at end of table. 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY STATUS AT ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 

CLASS AT ENTRY 
C's E's F1 F2 G's H's II J1 



MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP ... 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR SO & ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

ST. HELENA 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 



6 
1,306 
10,447 



See footnotes at end of table. 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY STATUS AT ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


CLASS AT ENTRY 


OF BIRTH 


A's 


B1 


B2 


C'S 


E's 


F1 


F2 


G's 


H's 


11 


J1 


J2 


K's 


L'S 


PR, RE 


OTH- 
ERS 


TANZANIA 


90 
11 
72 
105 
4 
48 
82 
86 

1,736 


16 


4 
2 
3 

2 
44 


39 
6 
37 
34 
3 
26 
33 
21 

859 


2 


2 
1 

3 


13 
3 
6 
25 
1 
12 
12 
21 

160 


1 


2 


10 

4 
7 

9 
9 

121 


: 


2 

3 
3 

2 
42 


3 

7 
18 


2 

5 
3 

5 
3 

4 

104 


2 

1 
2 

9 
167 


5 

1 
13 

1 
11 
1 

67 


10 






TUNISIA 

UGANDA 


10 






ZAiaE 


1 




3 






OCEANIA 


114 




3 
774 
4 
81 
15 
2 
7 
2 

98 

7 
2 
3 

180 
3 

186 

35,269 


9 
128 


30 

11 

1 

2 
443 


2 

323 
2 
62 
9 
1 
1 
2 

156 
42 
6 
1 
1 

132 
1 

118 

18,616 


1 
94 


2 

1 
27 


40 
1 
8 
2 

23 
25 

23 

35 

1,632 


4 

1 
87 




70 

1 

47 

1 

1 

1 
3,577 


2 


29 
13 

110 


10 

7 

90 


60 
3 

30 
5 

3 
1,024 


117 

3 
45 

1,159 


20 

1 
2 

1 

9 

15 

7 

12 

5,231 




AUSTRALIA 


52 










FRENCH POLYNESIA 


1 


GUAM 

KIRIBATI 




NEW CALEDONIA 








PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 


8 


PITCAIRN ISLANDS 


_ 


SOLOMON ISLANDS 








VANUATU 






16 


NORTH AMERICA 


2,952 




5,537 

2 

6,865 

17,190 


18 

11 
1 
63 


50 
60 
229 


2,293 

2 

5,097 

37 

7,081 


5 
69 


14 
3 
6 


316 

248 

5 

592 


35 
18 
24 




679 

93 

2 

2,751 




66 

2 
18 


50 
5 


365 
408 
159 


976 
77 
78 


188 

107 

9 

4,843 


478 


GREENLAND 






710 






CARIBBEAN 


1,216 




26 

1,941 

337 

366 

73 

53 

23 

5,404 

81 

2,359 

207 

1,343 

2,907 

5 

25 

110 

1 

644 

147 

152 

947 

26 

2 

5,606 


21 

22 

1 

1 
2 

3 
35 


3 
2 

5 
1 

1 

6 
2 

72 

7 

73 
34 
1 

2 
4 
2 

104 


15 

200 

252 

258 

41 

36 

18 

322 

34 

1,900 

152 

9 

916 

1,892 

3 

12 

50 

72 
79 
114 
689 
17 

4,106 


1 

23 

28 
6 

1 

1 
3 
5 

19 


5 
4 


4 
34 
36 
16 
8 
4 
2 
45 
15 
49 
13 

60 
163 

3 
15 

18 
10 
11 
84 

471 


12 

3 
2 

1 

10 




6 
1,616 
2 
32 
2 
7 

6 
20 
51 
12 

15 
380 

6 
7 

518 
33 
11 
27 

52 




1 

2 
3 

3 
4 

1 

3 

13 


2 

2 
26 


5 
9 
4 
10 

26 
1 
16 

5 
56 

2 

12 
91 


3 
6 
2 

10 
5 

20 
6 

20 
25 


14 
1 
3 
2 

1 
4,664 
1 
24 
2 

86 

21 

3 

3 
10 
1 

84 


_ 




62 




32 






BERMUDA 


7 






CAYMAN ISLANDS 


2 




314 


DOMINICA 


8 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


176 








134 




279 


MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 


1 

14 


ST CHRIST-NEVIS 


27 




11 


ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


4 
76 
5 

540 


BELIZE 


418 
494 

1,015 
805 
652 

1,480 
742 


7 
13 
2 

5 
4 


10 
9 
20 
20 

15 
23 

7 


312 
372 
713 
597 
481 
1.077 
554 


6 

2 
4 
7 


2 


30 
30 

36 

51 
136 
77 


2 

6 
1 




2 

10 
19 
8 

10 
3 


- 


3 
4 

6 


1 

2 

13 

9 

1 


16 
16 
24 
3 
20 


1 
4 
5 
14 
1 


3 
6 

10 
6 
6 

45 


41 


COSTA RICA 


53 




98 


GUATEMALA 


94 




60 


NICARAGUA 


136 




58 











See footnotes at end of table. 



ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY STATUS AT ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 




CLASS AT ENTRY 


Total 


































OF BIRTH 


A's 


B1 


B2 


C's 


E's 


F1 


F2 


G's 


H's 


11 


J1 


J2 


K's 


L's 


PR, RE 


OTH- 
ERS 


SOUTH AMERICA 


9,967 


84 


187 


6,413 


42 


37 


1,019 


50 


109 


209 


^ 


102 


59 


264 


166 


315 


910 


ARGENTINA 


1,076 


10 


20 


679 


1 


16 


58 


6 


20 


33 


1 


17 


7 


15 


42 


47 


104 


BOLIVIA 


333 


9 


4 


185 


1 


- 


58 


- 


13 


4 




6 


6 


9 


5 


8 


25 


BRAZIL 


801 


10 


19 


428 


2 


3 


109 


6 


9 


19 




16 


4 


58 


21 


22 


75 


CHILE .^ 


849 


16 


16 


414 


/ 


1 


60 


13 


15 


19 


- 


11 


11 


37 


23 


141 


65 


COLOMBIA 


2,602 


7 


48 


1,831 


11 


10 


240 


2 


19 


41 




15 


5 


68 


23 


36 


246 


ECUADOR 


944 


5 


23 


734 


5 


1 


66 


1 


5 


4 




4 


3 


7 


6 


11 




FRENCH GUIANA 


3 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


1 


GUYANA 


657 


7 


12 


430 


3 


1 


79 


7 


6 


24 


- 


2 


3 


8 


4 


6 


65 


PARAGUAY 


48 


1 


2 


29 


2 




2 




2 


- 




1 


2 


2 


1 


2 


2 


PERU .. 


1,436 


15 


18 


1,002 


3 


- 


116 


5 


12 


38 


- 


17 


11 


34 


17 


17 


131 


SURINAME 


46 




2 


20 


- 


4 


5 


1 


1 


1 


- 


- 


- 


1 


7 


1 


3 


URUGUAY 


294 


- 


10 


192 


5 


1 


11 




7 


15 


- 


5 


5 


12 


- 


B 


23 


VENEZUELA 


878 


4 


13 


468 


2 




215 


9 


- 


11 


- 


8 


? 


1,1 


Ifi 


16 


101 






































UNKNOWN OR NOT 




































REPORTED 


10 






^ 


" 




■' 


" 


" 




" 


" 


" 


1 


" 


5 


- 



NOTE: CLASS OF ENTRY CATEGORIES 

A'S - FOREIGN GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS 

B1 - TEMPORARY VISITORS FOR BUSINESS 

82 ■ TEMPORARY VISITORS FOR PLEASURE 

CS - TRANSIT ALIENS 

E'S ■ TREATY TRADERS AND INVESTORS 

F1 - STUDENTS 

F2 • SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF STUDENTS 

G'S - INTERNATIONAL REPRESENTATIVES 

H'S - TEMPORARY WORKERS AND TRAINEES 

11 ■ REPRESENTATIVES OF FOREIGN INFORMATION MEDIA 

J1 - EXCHANGE VISITORS 

J2 - SPOUSES AND CHILDREN OF EXCHANGE VISITORS 

K'S - FIANCES(EES) AND CHILDREN OF CITIZENS 

L'S ■ INTRACOMPANY TRANSFEREES 

PR, RE ■ PAROLEES AND REFUGEES 



IMM 3.3 

ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 





Total 








CALENDAR YEAR 


OF 


ENTRY 










COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


BE- 
FORE 
1971 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


ALL COUNTRIES 


279,455 
42,095 


14,426 
2,958 


63,032 
12,633 


101,675 
13,151 


47,602 
7,137 


16,157 
2,045 


6,281 
764 


4,399 
378 


3,540 
188 


2,288 
210 


1,658 
110 


1,284 
72 


1.129 
44 


2,974 
161 


13,010 


EUROPE 


2,244 


ALBANIA 


16 

2 

226 

316 

148 

755 

240 

9 

187 

1,263 

155 

2,539 

1,370 

455 

78 

483 

1,639 

25 

23 

10 

40 

8 

665 

186 

2,972 

597 

2,614 

3 

769 

508 

384 

15,091 

7.723 

596 

181,425 


1 

32 
37 
10 
29 

23 
168 

21 
350 
85 
20 
8 
67 
176 
3 

4 

77 
20 
95 
45 
47 
1 
84 
66 
45 
303 
1,055 
52 

6,737 


88 
160 

32 

237 

108 

3 

89 
558 

65 

1,178 

424 

133 

31 

185 

685 

5 

8 

5 

14 

4 

293 

96 

934 

230 

569 

1 

296 

242 

168 

2,184 

3,415 

192 

36,292 


4 

43 
53 
62 

375 
42 
4 
38 

255 

22 
394 
445 
124 
19 
97 
321 
9 

1 

9 

2 

123 

29 

630 

111 

1,382 

1 

155 

105 

83 

6,681 

1,425 

103 

76,624 


2 

16 
18 
27 
71 
15 

17 
93 

8 

172 

159 

69 

2 

44 

143 

2 

5 

3 

2 

52 
13 

455 
79 

390 

75 
32 
19 
4,522 
540 
92 

33,461 


5 
6 
5 
9 
4 

43 

7 
66 
65 
44 

1 
22 
80 

2 

3 

2 

16 

3 

233 

25 
142 

33 
18 
5 
994 
175 
35 

10,662 


2 

4 
2 
5 
8 

2 
17 

2 
42 
30 
11 

6 
24 

1 

1 

15 
1 
140 
17 
29 

14 
2 
5 
275 
96 
13 

3,389 


4 
3 

9 
3 

9 

2 

21 
26 

15 

3 
21 

1 

6 

1 

101 

7 
11 

5 

3 
40 
73 
11 

2,499 


2 

1 
1 
1 

1 
6 
16 
4 
1 
2 
5 
1 

6 

8 
6 

4 

3 
17 
43 
18 

2,256 


3 
2 
1 

1 
5 

9 

7 
5 

5 
17 

83 
4 

12 
35 

7 

968 


2 

1 
2 

3 

13 

7 

3 
5 

28 
5 

3 

6 
17 
10 

758 


22 
5 

582 


5 
2 

485 


5 

1 

7 
2 

1 

2 
4 

1 
17 

7 
7 

17 

18 
10 
3 

3 
2 
2 
3 
32 
14 

1,196 


3 


ANDORRA 


2 


AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 


26 
30 
6 
10 




25 


ESTONIA 




FINLAND 


14 




105 


GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. . 


25 
259 
93 


HUNGARY 


20 




15 




44 


ITALY 


136 




1 




2 


LUXEMBOURG 




MALTA 


6 






NETHERLANDS 


74 


NORWAY 


22 




190 


PORTUGAL 


50 


ROMANIA 


32 






SPAIN 


77 


SWEDEN 


41 




50 


U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 


52 
790 




42 


ASIA 


5,516 




1,448 

11 

183 

3 

3 

93 

7,989 

13 

1 

129 

1,538 

4,231 

8,815 
2,289 
2,143 
2,028 
1,155 

13,369 

3,863 

132 

36,448 
2,125 


21 

8 

1 

1 

13 

624 

9 

97 
387 

59 
531 

82 
193 
229 

86 
130 
529 

12 
930 
139 


582 
2 
36 

1 

23 

1,414 

1 

32 
396 

1.094 
152 
741 
495 
668 
630 
220 

4,630 

1,449 
34 

4,701 
390 


617 
2 
42 

10 
2,282 

1 

39 

333 

742 

269 

782 

1,112 

538 

344 

250 

5,656 

554 

27 

19,177 

544 


111 

23 
2 

15 
1,188 

23 

176 

559 

85 

2,489 

323 

299 

242 

243 

2,534 

269 

33 

8,552 

381 


47 
2 

17 

7 

502 

2 

6 

91 

346 

27 

1,742 

98 

91 

114 

133 

236 

174 

7 

2,354 

248 


20 

15 

296 

4 
62 
227 
18 
882 
54 
56 
84 
55 
9 
108 
8 
72 
98 


14 
9 

3 
207 

2 
73 

147 
10 

439 
31 
63 
60 
24 
41 
77 

557 
96 


10 

7 

1 

163 

1 

2 
54 
97 

8 
173 
25 
27 
43 
10 
99 
98 

43 
18 


3 

3 

172 

1 

3 
45 
100 

2 
70 

4 
22 
19 
10 

4 
62 

3 
4 


4 

2 

2 

97 
5 

1 
29 
58 
2 
43 
3 
8 
32 
3 
2 
37 

7 


1 

1 
60 

1 
17 
28 

4 
19 

4 

7 
4 

20 

2 

4 


1 

33 
1 

15 

1 
8 

3 
8 
4 

10 

3 


1 

62 
2 

50 

33 
2 

27 
4 
2 

11 
5 
3 

20 

27 
5 


16 




2 


BANGLADESH 


20 








1 


BURMA 


15 




889 




- 


COCOS ISLANDS 


_ 


CYPRUS 


6 




100 


INDIA 


402 


INDONESIA 


50 




869 


IRAQ 


56 


ISRAEL 


169 




205 


JORDAN 


108 


KAMPUCHEA 


25 




456 




10 


LAOS 


27 




191 







ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


BE- 
FORE 
1971 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 




68 

680 

1 

29 

6 

1,306 

10,447 

8 

73 

182 

260 

1,439 

2,645 

3,639 

1,759 

6 

70,101 

36 

42 

8,949 


2 

43 

1 

139 

993 

1 

7 

26 

48 

87 

129 

143 

119 

3 

910 

1 

1 

777 


18 

151 

7 

2 

314 

2,196 

2 

28 

60 

71 

322 

550 

562 

396 

3 

13,886 

9 

24 

2,222 


15 
261 

4 

3 

271 

1,554 

2 

18 

32 

49 

569 

576 

1.347 

594 

37.988 
10 
10 

2,241 


7 

112 

1 

6 

181 
952 

5 
24 
25 
250 
550 
884 
343 

12,564 

7 
3 

1,048 


9 
39 

2 

1 

103 

533 

1 

5 

13 

15 

83 

355 

277 

65 

2,913 
3 

1 

489 


1 
18 

1 

33 
349 

3 
15 
29 
203 
46 
56 

565 

1 

382 


6 
11 

1 

31 
271 

2 
10 
104 
75 
38 

95 
286 


7 

1 

23 
247 

2 
8 

63 
45 
8 

970 
148 


3 
2 

18 
296 

1 
1 
3 

42 

43 
19 

8 
1 

189 


21 
314 

1 
5 
3 
36 
31 
6 

6 
133 


1 
1 

16 

331 

2 
15 
33 

4 

5 
93 


4 
351 

2 
6 
13 
6 

5? 


1 
1 

5 
852 

1 
3 
7 
54 
2 

15 
81 




MALAYSIA 


34 


MALDIVES 












PAKISTAN 


147 










SAUDI ARABIA 


7 






SRI LANKA 


24 


SYRIA 


71 










TURKEY 


103 


UNITED ARAB EMIRATES .... 




YEMEN (ADEN) 








AFRICA 


808 




137 
31 
19 
2 
4 
84 
133 
3 
3 
5 
1,312 

1,711 
2 

571 

16 

2 

23 

267 

4 

458 

168 

6 

21 

2 

17 

252 

14 

16 

1 

1,989 

1 

6 

3 

2 

29 

12 

196 

68 

781 

38 

21 


11 

1 
6 
3 

2 
132 

93 

2 
48 

26 

31 
22 
2 
2 

3 
23 
1 
2 

159 

1 

1 

3 

32 
6 

95 
6 
2 


53 
9 
5 
2 
2 
12 
66 

325 
526 

66 

64 

71 
33 
3 

7 

3 
86 
2 
3 

385 

2 

1 
10 
5 
34 
20 
261 


27 
3 

7 

18 
34 

377 

649 
1 
3 
86 
5 

4 
37 
2 
128 
33 

5 

5 
65 
5 
2 

434 

1 

1 
1 
6 
3 
14 
17 
163 
9 
5 


16 
3 
4 

9 
8 

243 

85 

3 
94 

3 
36 

76 
34 

1 

2 
26 
1 
2 

220 

2 

1 

2 

10 
7 

81 
5 
3 


10 
2 
2 

6 
3 

1 

48 

54 

1 
63 

22 

30 

7 

14 

- 
1 

131 

9 
4 
46 


5 

7 

29 

47 

1 
39 

1 
9 

18 

16 

4 

2 

134 

1 
1 
3 

36 


5 

3 

13 

26 

2 
34 

18 

12 

117 
11 


3 
3 

9 
14 

17 

8 

1 

- 
65 

10 
1 


1 

4 

13 
61 

25 

6 

12 

4 

1 
1 
41 

9 
1 

1 


1 

5 
46 

20 

5 
9 

2 

19 

12 
1 
2 


36 

2 

10 

14 


17 

17 


28 

'_ 

1 
3 

18 

7 
3 




ANGOLA 




BENIN 








BURUNDI 












CENTRAL AFRICAN REP 




DJIBOUTI 








ETHIOPIA 


29 










GHANA 


59 






GUINEA-BISSAU 




IVORY COAST 


3 


KENYA 

LESOTHO 


33 


LIBERIA 


44 






MADAGASCAR 




MALAWI 


3 






MAURITANIA 












MOZAMBIQUE 


1 










NIGERIA 


235 






RWANDA 




ST HELENA 




SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 


4 










SOMALIA 


g 










SWAZILAND 









ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 








C ALEN D 


AR YEAR OF 


ENTRY 










COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


BE- 
FORE 
1971 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 




90 
11 
72 
105 

48 
82 
86 

1,736 


12 
1 

10 
6 
1 
3 
9 

10 

168 


32 
2 
23 

21 

13 
15 
17 

651 


7 
2 

19 
1 
5 
21 
22 

334 


7 
2 
8 
10 

15 
13 
13 

206 


6 
2 

6 

6 
6 

4 

81 


3 

9 

5 
4 

55 


4 

8 

7 
1 

37 


2 
22 


3 
2 

1 
1 
2 

10 


7 
2 
1 
8 


1 
3 

1 
4 


\ 


13 




TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 


13 
13 

2 
3 
10 

145 


AMERICAN SAMOA 
AUSTRALIA 
COOK ISLANDS 
FIJI 


3 
774 

81 

15 

2 

7 

2 

369 

98 

7 

2 

3 

180 

3 

186 

35,269 


1 
94 

14 
1 

1 

20 
10 

1 

7 

19 

2,940 


311 
2 
34 
3 
1 
1 
2 

182 
34 
5 

1 
23 

1 
51 

8,680 


1 
163 

11 
6 

70 
14 
2 

1 
31 

1 
30 

7,495 


68 
2 
5 
2 

30 
15 

1 

61 
1 
21 

4,522 


23 
2 

30 
6 

12 

7 

2,222 


18 

7 
2 

10 

18 

1,320 


5 

6 

1 

1 
3 

1 
14 

6 

914 


7 
1 

2 

4 

3 

5 

773 


5 
1 

1 

3 
701 


2 

2 

3 

438 


1 

2 

1 


2 
390 


1,206 


1 
76 

5 






GUAM 




KIRIBATI 


1 










PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 


8 






SOLOMON ISLANDS 




TONGA 


11 






WESTERN SAMOA . . 


16 


NORTH AMERICA 


3,302 


CANADA 


5,537 

2 

6,865 

17,190 


673 

1,159 
6 


2,305 

1,809 

21 

3,317 


870 

2 

692 

16 

4,923 


455 

449 

7 

2,590 


216 

352 

5 

1,253 


147 
355 
657 


32 
258 
472 


40 

218 

1 

386 


21 
184 
348 


15 
107 
227 


21 
99 
185 


14 

91 

2 

229 


99 

284 

3 
671 


629 


GREENLAND 












CARIBBEAN 


1,293 




26 

1.941 

337 

366 

73 

53 

23 

5,404 

81 

2,359 

207 

1,343 

2,907 

5 

25 

110 

644 
147 
152 
947 
26 
2 
5,606 


2 
73 
38 
13 

8 
12 

5 
88 

7 
78 
10 

51 
125 

1 

17 

25 
10 

7 
66 

3 

463 


697 
104 
72 
34 
22 
5 
319 
12 
578 
30 
4 
316 
570 

13 
27 

167 
17 
25 

288 
6 

1,228 


3 

412 

44 

75 

7 

5 

3 

2,669 

18 

404 

27 

1 

228 

613 

1 

4 

17 

125 
28 
27 

209 
3 

992 


5 

250 

34 

66 

4 

4 

2 

840 

12 

382 

49 

3 

163 

530 

1 

2 

10 

100 
23 
23 
85 
2 

1,021 


2 

97 

21 

37 

2 

2 

1 

251 

8 

295 

31 

1 

103 

265 

1 
3 

68 
17 
16 
27 
4 
1 
396 


106 
14 
17 
2 

114 

86 
10 

55 

137 

1 

9 

47 
14 

9 
29 

2 

161 


74 
15 
9 

55 

67 
6 

69 
104 

1 

23 
7 
9 

28 

152 


74 
9 

7 

2 
53 

58 
6 

72 
48 

5 
1 
22 

3 
5 
17 

128 


35 
5 
3 

75 
2 

78 
2 

40 
58 

2 

9 
9 
4 
25 

148 


26 
6 
8 

54 

30 
3 

33 
29 

6 
3 
6 
20 


11 
4 
3 

75 

16 
6 

9 
32 

3 
5 

18 

61 


1 
6 
2 

7 

119 
3 

13 
5 

19 
32 

1 
3 

10 

7 

54 


12 
3 
10 

365 
1 
92 
3 

51 
58 

2 

14 

4 
7 
45 

149 






68 


BAHAMAS THE 


38 


BARBADOS 


39 


BRITISH VIRGIN IS 


5 










DOMINICA 


7 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


184 


GUADELOUPE 


1 


HAITI 


134 






MARTINIQUE 




MONTSERRAT 


. 


NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 


15 


ST CHRIST-NEVIS 


30 






ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 


4 
83 


US, VIRGIN ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


1 
564 


BELIZE 


418 
494 

1,015 
805 
652 

1,480 
742 


51 
45 
90 
99 
50 
77 
51 


60 
118 
297 
218 
149 
209 
177 


48 
91 
238 
124 
97 
232 
162 


31 
63 

111 
97 
73 

550 
96 


34 
25 

38 
23 
161 
46 


10 
24 
26 
31 
22 
24 
24 


22 
14 
21 
21 
21 
15 
38 


19 
12 
16 
10 
34 
15 
22 


28 
20 
10 
13 
54 
12 


19 
10 
3 
6 
27 
13 


5 
5 
4 
12 
15 
12 


11 

9 

7 
11 
8 
8 


35 
12 
17 
37 
15 
12 
21 


42 






EL SALVADOR . . 


103 


GUATEMALA 


100 










PANAMA 


63 









ALIENS WHO WERE ADJUSTED TO PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS IN THE UNITED STATES 

BY CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


BE- 
FORE 
1971 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


SOUTH AMERICA 


9,967 


846 


2,550 


1,824 


1,227 


658 


371 


284 


151 


210 


211 


167 


156 


317 


995 




1,076 

333 

801 

849 

2,602 

944 

3 

657 

48 

1,436 

46 

294 

878 

4 
10 


114 
48 
88 
71 

166 
56 

39 
3 
131 
5 
25 
100 


339 
83 
286 
152 
611 
211 

142 
11 

320 
22 
67 

306 

2 
2 


206 
53 
171 
128 
542 
170 

£ 

212 
8 

4^ 

2 


116 
45 
71 
94 
348 
119 

95 
5 
188 
4 
49 
93 


61 
20 
32 
65 
192 
67 

1 
90 
2 
13 
38 


31 
12 

80 
63 
46 

34 
6 
48 

24 
16 


13 
14 
7 
73 
45 
33 

25 

54 

8 
1 


9 
12 

6 
18 
35 
21 

6 

35 

3 
6 

2 


12 

11 
17 
54 
32 

20 
3 
47 

9 

1 


9 
3 
8 
15 
68 
19 

18 
3 
50 

- 
13 
5 


I 

7 
18 
82 
11 

9 

24 

2 


21 
55 

34 


33 
6 
9 

16 
78 
72 

28 
2 

64 
1 
6 
2 




BOLIVIA 


26 


BRAZIL 












ECUADOR 


70 










PARAGUAY 


3 


PERU 


139 




URUGUAY 


26 


VENEZUELA 


108 


BORN ON BOARD SHIP 




UNKNOWN OR NOT 
REPORTED 









IMM 4.1 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SEX AND AGE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982 



SEX AND AGE 



1973 



1974 



1976 



TQ76 



1978 



1979 



1980 



NUMBER ADMITTED . 
UNDER 5 YEARS .... 

5-9 YEARS 

10-14 YEARS 

15-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 
OVER 



MALES 

UNDER 5 YEARS . 

5- 9 YEARS 

10-14 YEARS 

15-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 
OVER 



FEMALES 

UNDER 5 YEARS . 

5- 9 YEARS 

10-14 YEARS 

15-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 
OVER 



400.063 
32,984 
35,315 
35,307 
40,407 
56.306 
63,513 
40,254 
25,450 
18,430 
13,811 
10,933 
8,631 
7,494 
5,414 
3,202 
1,543 



186,320 
16.207 
17,831 
17,787 
18,689 
21.452 
30.638 
20.433 
12.528 



213.743 
16,777 
17,484 
17,520 
21,718 
34,854 
32,875 
19.821 
12,922 
9.654 
7,376 
6,288 
5,219 
4,490 



394,861 
31,452 
35,151 
36,727 
42,205 
54,872 
62,915 
38,750 
25,249 
17.453 
13,343 
10,519 
8,001 
7.182 
5.477 
3,109 



184,518 
15,579 
17,750 
18,613 
19,842 
21,532 
30,360 
19,480 
12,290 
8,288 
6, 

4,464 
3,132 
2,771 
2,215 



210,343 
15,873 
17,401 
18,114 
22,363 
33,340 
32,555 
19,270 
12, 
9,165 
7,307 
6,055 



4,41 
3.262 
1.838 
907 



386.194 
30.089 
32,934 
35,392 
39,391 
50,133 
62,142 
38,147 



5,806 
3,578 
1,566 



180,741 
14,850 
16,563 
18,102 
18,674 
19,916 
29,808 
19,155 
12 
8,596 
6,422 
4,855 
3,533 
3,186 
2,300 

550 



205,453 
15.239 
16.371 
17,290 
20,717 
30.217 
32,334 
18,992 
12,972 
9,144 
7,666 
6,696 
5,348 
5,083 
3,506 
2,164 
1,016 



398,613 
29,758 
31,445 
34,224 
38,011 
53,125 
65,953 
40,036 
26,017 
17,695 
14,532 
12.597 
10.358 
9.648 
7,279 
4,488 
2,030 



184.863 
14,533 
15,831 
17,470 
17,825 
20,642 
31,506 
20,154 
12,777 



6,1 

5.; 

3.979 
3.687 
2.916 
1,759 
776 



213,750 
15,225 
15.614 
16.754 
20,186 
32,483 
34,447 
19,882 
13,240 
9,196 
7,867 
7,289 
6,379 
5,961 
4,363 
2.729 
1,254 



103,676 
7,772 
8,404 
9,203 
10.425 
13,783 
16,284 
10,235 
6,533 
4,590 
3,677 
3,154 
2,764 
2,596 
2,071 
1,284 
536 



4,742 
5,023 
5,374 
7,809 
5,116 
3,154 
2,171 
1,697 
1,320 
1,080 
1,002 
856 
512 



221 



8,409 
8,475 
5,119 
3,379 

l!980 
1,834 



462,315 
28,619 
32,040 
38.660! 
45.263 
57,637 
69,399 
47.457 

23!764 
19,684 
16,815 



216,424 
13,996 
16.398 
19.653 
21,968 
23,868 
33,540 
23,620 
15,400 
11,281 



15,642 
19,007 
23,295 
33,769 
35,859 
23,837 
16,499 
12,483 
10,540 
9,491 



601,442 
35,286 
51,840 
54,506 
59,928 
76,252 
94,940 
66,607 
42,337 
29,944 
22,775 
18,410 
15,252 
12,335 
9,959 
5,809 
3,061 

2,201 



286,374 
17,460 
26,621 
27,813 
29,581 
32,653 
45,607 
33,113 
20,942 
14,661 
10,820 
7,833 
6,265 
4,872 
3,942 
2,294 
1,157 



740 



315,068 
17,826 
25,219 

3o!347 
43,599 
49,333 
33,494 
21,395 
15,283 
11,955 
10,577 
8,987 
7,463 
6,017 
3,515 
1,904 



460,348 
28,276 
35,464 
38,786 
46,811 
63,070 
70,457 
51,190 
31,331 
22,441 



10,532 
8,656 
5,055 



22,611 
27,881 
34,804 
25,798 
15,209 
10,490 
8,037 
5,974 
5,270 
4,219 
3,632 
2,122 
1,115 

518 



240,812 
14,170 
17,412 
19,088 
24,200 
35,189 
35,653 
25,392 
16,122 
11,951 
9,037 
8,311 
7,649 
6,313 
5,024 
2,933 



,454 



530,639 
32,946 
40,555 
44,140 
53,429 
72,321 
83,475 
60,998 
35,817 
25,466 
18,633 
16,015 
14,430 
1 1 ,849 
9,999 
5,831 
3,021 



35,791 
46,842 
54,969 
63,071 
79,015 
89,215 
68,395 
42,478 
29,345 
20,711 
17,385 
15,490 
12,764 
10,248 
6,094 
3,086 



50 



IMM 4.2 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS, MEDIAN AGE, AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 

FISCAL YEARS 1977 - 1979, and 1982 ' 



Sex, marital status, 
median age, and occupation 



Number admitted . 

Males 
Total 
Single 
Married 
Widowed 
Divorced 
Separated 
Unknown 

Females 
Total 
Single 
Married 
Widowed 
Divorced 
Separated 
Unknown 



Unknown 



; per 1 000 females 



Females 

Major occupation group 

Professional, technical, and kindred workers . 
Managers and administrators, except farm .... 

Sales workers 

Clerical and kindred workers 

Craftsmen and kindred workers 

Operatives, except transport 

Transport equipment operatives 

Laborers, except farm 

Farmers and farm managers 

Farm laborers and farm foremen 

Service workers, except private fiousefiold 

Private housefiold workers 

Housewives, cfiildren, and otfiers with no 
occupation reported 



216,424 
100,557 
112,186 



135,576 
11,919 
4,497 



27.1 
26.8 
27.3 



45,000 
17,398 

5,594 
20,462 
21,337 
30,545 

4,022 
12,236 



286,374 

146,550 

136,078 

1,750 

NA 



26.2 
26.0 
26.4 



8,908 



20,898 
6,525 
27.322 
27,788 
42,354 
4,925 
22.941 
474 
11,111 



219,536 
110,771 
105,523 



240,812 
97,217 

130,680 
9,697 
3,218 



26.3 
26.1 
26.5 



18,853 
4,964 
21,073 
20.323 
26.791 
4.379 
13,801 

9.644 
16,269 
8.568 

275.403 



287.874 
149,253 
135,305 



284,576 
123,730 
147,793 



27.8 
26.9 
28.6 



19.841 
5.473 
20,959 
20,800 
28,709 
3,981 
16,910 



were not available in fiscal years 1980 and 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



UNDER 
20 YEARS 



50-59 
YEARS 



ALL COUNTRIES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

EUROPE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ALBANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ANDORRA 

UNKNOWN 

AUSTRIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BELGIUM 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BULGARIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

DENMARK 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ESTONIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

FINLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

FRANCE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 
REP 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GIBRALTAR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

GREECE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



594,131 
287,874 
284,576 
21,681 

69,174 
30,381 
34,750 
4,043 



92,299 
5,377 



17,605 
8,119 
8,528 



176,020 
86,408 
82,415 
7,197 

20,182 
8,024 



19 


55 


8 


17 


692 


2,902 


533 


31C 


959 


2,181 


200 


411 


5 


6 


2 


- 


3 


6 


570 


1,209 


257 


764 



105,916 
52,464 
48,900 
4,552 

14,249 

6,916 

6,516 

817 



48,179 
22,922 
23,351 



7,267 

3,443 

3,440 

384 



32,233 
13,098 
17,920 
1,215 

4,424 



23.107 

9,161 

13,084 

862 

2,930 
1,095 
1,713 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



HUNGARY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ICELAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

IRELAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ITALY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

LATVIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

LIECHTENSTEIN . 

MALES 

LITHUANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

LUXEMBOURG .... 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MALTA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MONACO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

NETHERLANDS .. 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

NORWAY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

POLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

PORTUGAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ROMANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SAN MARINO 

MALES 

SPAIN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SWEDEN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



65 

19 

949 

434 

450 

65 

3,644 

1.825 

1,655 

164 

45 



176 

19 

5,874 

2,548 

3,074 

252 
3,510 
1,716 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



UNDER 
JO YEARS 



SWITZERLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

USSR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

UNITED KINGDOM 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

YUGOSLAVIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ASIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

AFGHANISTAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BAHRAIN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BANGLADESH 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BHUTAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BRUNEI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BURMA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CHRISTMAS ISLAND . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

COCOS ISLANDS 

MALES 

CYPRUS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

HONG KONG 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

INDIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



50 

IS,-: 

7,305 

8,084 

73 

14,539 

6.238 

6.679 

1,622 

1,418 

628 

725 



7001 
17 
22 



2,419 
2,21^ 



4,237 

1.822 

1.953 

462 

312 

120 



107.700 
56.553 
49,481 



101 

4.789 

2.402 

2.100 

287 



4.976 
2,339 
2,502 



2,726 
1,277 
1,432 



238 
222 

21 

88,649 
43,876 
42,261 
2.712 
450 
246 



6,233 
2.427 
3.408 



73 

7.146 

3.337 

3.556 

253 



2,687 

1.284 

1,380 

23 

3,398 

1,673 

1,359 

366 

262 

135 



52,428 
26,077 
24,541 



4,583 
2,506 



24,325 
11,977 
11.645 



10,517 
536 
62 



27 

2 

3,317 



15,064 
6,186 
8,392 



5.456 
2,286 
2,988 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



50-59 
YEARS 



581 

58 

10,31 

6,235 

3,134 

945 

3,105 

1,738 

1,289 

78 

3,356 

1,819 

1,344 

193 

3,903 

1,434 

2,250 

219 

2.923 

1,667 

1,098 

158 

13,438 

6,829 

6,586 

23 

31,724 

12,45 

18,363 



15 
36,528 
19,394 



3,529 
2,063 
1,250 



108 
108 

1,046 
500 
507 
39 



62 

544 

258 

259 

27 

856 

417 

403 

36 

5,902 

3,168 

2,725 

9 

10,566 

4,532 

5,816 

218 

145 

70 

65 



18, 

9,657 
8,356 



7 


4 


13 


7 


6 


3 


7 


4 


4,536 


1,120 


2,391 


553 


1,932 


529 


213 


38 



1,255 
735 
448 



945 

88 

1,273 

870 

323 

80 

3,382 

1,662 



3,521 
6,077 
293 
129 
103 
21 



4,682 

3,910 

12 

1,385 

958 

296 

13 

66 

30 

33 

3 

281 



2,245 
1,339 



2,680 
2,313 



94 

10 

532 

224 

306 

2 

2,194 

675 

1,448 



215 
2,033 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



• COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



20-29 
YEARS 



PHILIPPINES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

QATAR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SAUDI ARABIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SINGAPORE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SRI LANKA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SYRIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

TAIWAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

THAILAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

TURKEY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

VIETNAM 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 
YEMEN (ADEN) 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 
YEMEN (SANAA) 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



AFRICA 

MALES 

FEMALES ... 

UNKNOWN 
ALGERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES .. 

UNKNOWN 
ANGOLA 

MALES 

FEMALES .. 

UNKNOWN 



45,102 
17,996 
25,301 
1,805 
13 



206 

25 

505 

247 

224 

34 

2,354 

1,240 

1,024 

90 

9,884 

4,678 

5,200 

6 

5,568 

2,681 

2,776 



72.553 

41,758 

30,533 

262 

179 



12,526 
6,150 
5,987 



161 

13 

2,924 



32,075 

18,670 

13,315 

90 



89 



6 

2,527 
1,186 
1.227 



21,378 
12,944 
8,347 



42 
3 

6,472 

4,052 

1,972 

448 

110 



8,011 

2,795 

4,740 

476 

2 



2,621 
1,326 



10,105 

5, 



4,115 

1,467 

2,541 

107 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



30-39 
YEARS 



40-49 
YEARS 



50-59 
YEARS 



60-69 
YEARS 



BENIN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BOTSWANA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BURUNDI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CAMEROON 

MALES , 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CAPE VERDE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CHAD 

MALES 

CONGO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

djibouti 

iksws.es. 



EGYPT 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

EOUATORIAL GUINEA . 

MALES 

ETHIOPIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

FR SO. & ANTARCTIC . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

GAMBIA, THE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GHANA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GUINEA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

MALES 

FEMALES 

IVORY COAST 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

KENYA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



2.800 
1,602 
1,049 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



LESOTHO 

FEMALES 

LIBERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

LIBYA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MADAGASCAR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MALAWI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MALI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MAURITANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MAURITIUS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MOROCCO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MOZAMBIQUE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

NAMIBIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NIGER 

MALES 

NIGERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

REUNION 

MALES 

RWANDA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

ST. HELENA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SENEGAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SEYCHELLES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SIERRA LEONE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



3 

2,257 

1.728 

293 

236 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



UNDER 
20 YEARS 



SOMALIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SOUTH AFRICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SUDAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SWAZILAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

TANZANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

TOGO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

TUNISIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

UGANDA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

UPPER VOLTA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

WESTERN SAHARA 

FEMALES 

ZAIRE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ZAMBIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ZIMBABWE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

OCEANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

AUSTRALIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

COOK ISLANDS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

FIJI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



59 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 



FRENCH POLYNESIA .... 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GUAM 

MALES 

UNKNOWN 

KIRIBATI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NAURU 

FEMALES 

NEW CALEDONIA 

FEMALES 

NEW ZEALAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

NIUE 

MALES 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA .... 

MALES 

FEMALES 

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

TONGA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

VANUATU 

MALES 

FEMALES 

WESTERN SAMOA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

NORTH AMERICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CANADA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GREENLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MEXICO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

UNITED STATES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CARIBBEAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 



158,057 
76.476 
74,875 
6,706 
10,786 
4,591 
5,496 



1 
56,106 
30,532 
23,320 
2,254 
156 



55,973 
27,016 
26,81 
2,14 
3,664 
1,617 
1,830 
217 



19,622 
9,710 
9,138 



23,770 

11,336 

11,637 

797 



1 7,622 
7,891 
9,070 



13, 
1,259 
2,203 



35 

3 

13,132 

6.329 

6,228 

575 



12,305 

5,51 

6,187 
607 
912 
442 
415 



3.314 
1.439 
1,721 



5 
6,215 
2,936 
2,997 



6.920 
2,803 
3,774 



3 
3,444 
1,508 



3,704 
1,360 
2,160 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



ANGUILLA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BAHAMAS, THE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BARBADOS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BERMUDA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CUBA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

DOMINICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GRENADA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GUADELOUPE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

HAITI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

JAMAICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

MARTINIQUE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN .. 
MONTSERRAT 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN ... 
NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN ... 



3,234 
1,478 
1,578 



291 
43 
1,961 
861 
1,032 
68 



6,610 
3.094 
3,326 



5,842 
2,617 
3,078 



2,802 


2,695 


1,812 


1,350 


1.330 


980 


1,349 


1,275 


773 


103 


90 


59 


7,670 


4,222 


3,565 


3,724 


1,866 


1,616 


3,719 


2,177 


1,765 


227 


179 


184 



IMM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 


UNDER 
20 YEARS 


20-29 
YEARS 


30-39 
YEARS 


40-49 
YEARS 


50-59 
YEARS 


60-69 
YEARS 


70-79 
YEARS 


YEARS 


PUERTO RICO 


2 

1 

1 

1,039 

535 
38 
586 
265 
300 
21 
719 
325 
383 

3,532 

1,519 

1.859 

154 

41 

15 

21 

5 

6 

5 

1 

23,626 

10,152 

12,327 

1,147 

2,031 

815 

1,007 

209 

1,272 

532 

652 

88 

7,107 

3,209 

3,640 

258 

3,633 

1,648 

1,831 

154 

3,186 

1,318 

1,734 

134 

3,077 

1,320 

1,588 

169 

3,320 

1,310 

1,875 

135 

35,448 

16,081 

17,710 

1,657 

2,065 

986 

950 

129 


316 
142 
166 

8 
257 
117 
132 

8 
215 
119 
93 

1.279 
601 
633 
45 
8 
2 
5 

2 
2 

8,906 
4,346 
4,202 
358 
708 
325 
314 

439 

203 

203 

33 

2,810 

1,407 

1.309 

94 

1.316 

687 

592 

37 

1,268 

584 

641 

43 

1,186 

596 

543 

47 

1,179 

544 

600 

35 

12,042 

5,873 

5,712 

457 

485 

231 

221 

33 


1 

261 

119 

130 

12 

136 

60 

72 

4 

217 

84 

128 

5 

1,073 

426 

599 

48 

18 

6 

9 

3 

3 

2 

1 

6,723 

2,767 

3,611 

345 

530 

215 

257 

58 

416 

178 

211 

27 

1,934 

907 

961 

66 

1,055 

461 

542 

52 

936 

382 

516 

38 

792 

294 

446 

52 

1,060 

330 

678 

52 

10,227 

4,658 

5,018 

551 

566 

278 

255 

33 


231 

112 

110 

9 

130 

70 

54 

6 

147 

70 

76 

1 

721 

307 

373 

41 

7 

2 

4 

3,814 
1,528 
2,113 
173 
308 
101 
179 

28 
245 
100 
131 

14 

1,224 

505 

685 

34 
664 
281 
354 

29 
501 
191 
286 

24 
452 
189 
237 

26 
420 
161 
241 

18 

6,770 

2,984 

3,442 

344 

535 

275 

232 

28 


124 

50 
69 

5 
30 
10 
19 

1 
64 
26 
37 

244 
97 
134 
13 
5 
4 
1 

1,842 
684 
1,047 
111 
262 
95 
141 
26 
90 
28 
50 
12 
524 
185 
313 
26 
255 
107 
140 
8 
228 
92 
125 

283 
103 
159 

21 
200 

74 

119 

7 

3,112 
1,351 
1,622 
139 
214 
102 
99 
13 


59 
26 

31 
2 

18 

7 

40 

28 

1 
121 
50 
67 
4 
2 

2 

1,201 
421 
690 
90 
146 
52 
72 
22 

8 
28 
2 
278 
96 

17 
168 

50 
105 

13 
143 

43 

188 
76 
98 
14 

240 
96 

133 

1,737 
669 
981 
87 
149 
59 
80 
10 


1 
1 

34 
14 
18 
2 

1 
8 
2 
28 
10 
18 

63 
27 
33 
3 

785 
271 
481 
33 
53 
19 
30 
4 
32 
9 
23 

212 
68 

133 
11 

124 
44 
74 
6 
74 
13 
59 
2 

114 
32 
79 
3 

176 
86 

7 

1,059 
384 
625 
50 
71 
27 
37 
7 


13 
2 

4 

! 

25 
10 
15 

276 
111 
145 
20 
17 
6 
10 
1 
9 
5 

98 

59 

3 
39 
15 
19 

5 
33 
12 
17 

4 
46 
24 
19 

3 
34 
13 
17 

4 

418 
144 
258 
16 
33 
13 
17 
3 






_ 


FEMALES 




ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

MALES 


1 




- 


UNKNOWN 


- 




- 




- 


FEMALES 


- 




- 


ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 


4 


FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 


6 


FEMALES 


5 






TURKS & CAICOS IS 


- 


MALES 

FEMALES 


- 




_ 


U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS 

FEMALES 


- 




- 


CENTRAL AMERICA 


79 




24 




38 


UNKNOWN 


17 




7 


MALES 


2 




4 


UNKNOWN 


1 


COSTA RICA 


3 


MALES 


1 


FEMALES 


2 




- 


EL SALVADOR 


27 




5 


FEMALES 


15 




7 


GUATEMALA 


12 




3 




5 


UNKNOWN 


4 




3 


MALES 


1 




1 


UNKNOWN 


1 




16 


MALES 


6 

7 




3 




11 




6 


FEMALES 


4 




1 




83 


MALES 


18 




52 


UNKNOWN 

ARGENTINA 

MALES 

FEMALES 


13 
12 

9 




2 







■MM 4.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



BOLIVIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BRAZIL 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

CHILE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

COLOMBIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

ECUADOR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

FRENCH GUIANA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

GUYANA 

MALES , 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

PARAGUAY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

PERU 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

SURINAME 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

URUGUAY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

VENEZUELA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN 

BORN ON BOARD SHIP . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 

MALES 

FEMALES 



89 
8,608 



4,151 

1,846 

2,072 

233 

93 



252 

112 

126 

14 

586 

216 

318 

52 

535 

257 

246 

32 

2,728 

1,237 

1,340 

151 

1,280 

607 



2,242 
1,026 
1,131 



IMM 5.1 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY PORT OF ENTRY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 





1982 






AGANA GUAM 


2 468 


ANCHORAGE AK 






•3 1Bq 


BALTIMORE MD 


5 023 










BROWNSVILLE TX 


2 671 


BUFFALO NY 


4 274 


CALEXICO CA 


2,585 




CHARLESTON SC 


986 










CLEVELAND OH 


2 739 


DALLAS TX 


8 425 










DETROIT Ml 


8 887 










HARLINGEN TX 


1 258 










HONOLULU HI 


30 352 










KANSAS CITY MO 


3 154 










LOS ANGELES CA 


95 864 






MIAMI FL 


34 654 










NEW YORK NY 


111 372 










NORFOLK VA 


834 










PHILADELPHIA PA 


7 477 










PORTLAND OR 


7412 










SAN ANTONIO TX 


1 903 










SAN JUAN PR 


6 658 










SPOKANE WA 


1 071 










WASHINGTON DC 


9 068 


OTHER PORT OR DISTRICT .. 
UNKNOWN PORT OR 
DISTRICT 


18,511 
2 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY STATE OR TERRITORY OF RESIDENCE 
FISCAL YEARS 1973-1979 AND 1982 



STATE OR 

TERRITORY 

OF RESIDENCE 

Total 

ALABAMA 

ALASKA 

ARIZONA 

ARKANSAS 

CALIFORNIA 

COLORADO 

CONNECTICUT 

DELAWARE 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA . 
FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 

HAWAII 

IDAHO 

ILLINOIS 

INDIANA 

IOWA 

KANSAS 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISIANA 

MAINE 

MARYLAND 

MASSACHUSETTS .... 

MICHIGAN 

MINNESOTA 

MISSISSIPPI 

MISSOURI 

MONTANA 

NEBRASKA 

NEVADA 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

NEW JERSEY 

NEW MEXICO 

NEW YORK 

NORTH CAROLINA .... 

NORTH DAKOTA 

OHIO 

OKLAHOMA 

OREGON 

PENNSYLVANIA 

RHODE ISLAND 

SOUTH CAROLINA .... 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

TENNESSEE 

TEXAS 

UTAH 

VERMONT 

VIRGINIA 

WASHINGTON 

WEST VIRGINIA 

WISCONSIN 

WYOMING 



4,384 

432 

85,062 

2,301 

6,565 

458 



939 

1,662 

874 

6,633 
12.484 

9,882 

2,179 
562 

2,666 
31'( 
660 



1,780 
287 
6,993 
1,065 
1,775 
8,886 
2,271 

1,053 
174 

1,201 

26,619 

979 

342 

4,670 

3,717 
515 

2,120 
183 



394,861 

980 
339 

4,583 

419 

86,861 

2,258 

5,f 

3,481 



2,243 
6,549 
562 
24,814 
2,404 



7,359 

12,417 

10,072 

1,956 

523 

2,340 

305 

683 



24,679 
1,570 

88,068 
1,856 
295 
6,045 
975 
1,651 
8,721 
2,058 

982 
165 

1,158 

28,976 

918 

274 

5,307 



61^ 



457 
83,184 
2,547 
5,872 
463 
2,549 
22,921 

2,341 

7,012 

402 

24,684 

2,: 

1,045 
1,214 

811 
1,897 

650 

6,478 
13,- 
8.908 
2,273 

492 
2,192 

306 

655 
1,065 

376 

25,980 
1,218 

86,492 
1,793 
323 
6,147 
951 
1,837 
8,641 
2,128 

1,021 
196 

1,142 

23,972 

836 

286 

5,126 

4.519 
503 

2,099 



398,613 

924 

526 
3,158 

624 
88,700 
2,( 
5,1 

487 
2,346 
25,182 

2,420 
7,789 

461 
27,497 
2,523 
1,112 
1,346 

929 
2,275 



12,493 

2^739 
625 

2,431 
296 
641 

1,398 
521 

24,905 
1,431 

85,; 
1,832 
310 



137 

612 

6.638 

536 
1.882 
154 
7,243 
595 
320 
375 
300 

132 

1,566 

3,267 

2,696 

743 



5,805 

352 

19,816 

476 

68 

1,687 



98.937 
2,633 
6,726 



12,153 
10,851 
2,< 



558 

33,499 
1,486 

88,81 1 
1,876 
370 
7,129 
1,351 
2,574 
9,068 
2.1 

1,005 



709 

2,279 

218 



146,061 
5,401 
7,963 



3,533 
3,004 
2,936 
1,540 
8,573 
888 

9,781 
16,383 
11,520 

5,560 



1,265 



471 
9.178 
3.629 
4,646 
15,342 
3,050 

1.864 

483 

2,014 

43,752 

2,247 

365 

1 1 ,596 

10,952 

821 



118,880 
3,363 
8,956 
510 
2,446 
26,887 

2,£ 
8,944 

544 
19.497 
2,580 
1.607 
1,713 
1,347l 
2.193! 

673 

7.874 
12.081 
10.335 



26.465 
1.328 

94,401 
3,004 
271 
6.662 
1.978 
2.017 
8.966 
2,593 

1,522 

16S 
1,414 
30,520 
1,952 

317 
7,638 
6,276 



710 



GUAM 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

ALL OTHER OR 
UNKNOWN 



2,519 
4,809 
2,717 



2,317 
4,142 
2,( 



2,563 
3.992 
2.651 



2.211 
4.739 
3.840 



2.234 
4,215 
2,841 



NOTE: STATE OF INTENDED RESIDENCE WAS NOT AVAILABLE IN FISCAL YEARS 1980 AND 1981 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



EL SAL- 
VADOR 



GER- 
MANY, 
FED 
REP. 



TOTAL 

ALABAMA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BIRMINGHAM 

MOBILE 

MONTGOMERY 

HUNTSVILLE 

NOT REPORTED 

ARIZONA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

PHOENIX 

TUCSON 

NOT REPORTED 

ARKANSAS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LITTLE ROCK 

NOT REPORTED 

CALIFORNIA 

ANAHEIM 

FRESNO 

GLENDALE 

SAN JOSE 

SANTA ANA 

TORRANCE 

EAST LOS ANGELES .. 

FREMONT 

GARDEN GROVE 

HUNTINGTON BEACH 

RIVERSIDE 

SAN BERNARDINO 

STOCKTON 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LONG BEACH 

LOS ANGELES 

OAKLAND 

SACRAMENTO 

SAN DIEGO 

SAN FRANCISCO 

BERKELEY 

PASADENA 

COLORADO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DENVER 

COLORADO SPRINGS 

NOT REPORTED 

CONNECTICUT 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BRIDGEPORT 

HARTFORD 

NEW HAVEN 

WATERBURY 

STANFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

DELAWARE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 



549 

51 

162,982 

2,203 

2,805 

2,338 

4,095 

4,474 

794 

391 



72.843 
5.348 

30.852 
1.612 
2,827 

13,284 

10,196 
498 



342 

143 

7,809 

7 

4,471 

970 
1,268 

294 



See footnotes at end of table. 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 



CHINA 
MAIN- 
LAND 



COLOM 
BIA 



GER- 
MANY, 
FED. 
REP. 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

FLORIDA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

JACKSONVILLE 

MIAMI 

TAMPA 

ST PETERSBURG 

FORT LAUDERDALE 

HIALEAH 

HOLLYWOOD 

NOT REPORTED 

GEORGIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ATLANTA 

SAVANNAH 

COLUMBUS 

MACON 

NOT REPORTED 

IDAHO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

ILLINOIS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHICAGO 

PEORIA 

ROCKFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

INDIANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

FORT WAYNE 

GARY 

INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUTH BEND 

EVANSVILLE 

HAMMOND 

NOT REPORTED 

IOWA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DES MOINES 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

NOT REPORTED 

KANSAS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

WICHITA 

TOPEKA 

NOT REPORTED 

KENTUCKY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LOUISVILLE 

LEXINGTON 

NOT REPORTED 

LOUISIANA 

RURAL 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2,583 

2,583 

24,233 

28 

8,829 

555 

10, 

873 

337 

882 

1,347 

349 

128 



21 
33,558 



537 
3,726 



221 
383 

3,321 
2 

1,371 
505 

1,288 



528 

2,979 
131 
6 
91 
827 
18 
8 
21 



9 

2,231 

7 

1,364 



67 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



LOUISIANA 

URBAN 

NEW ORLEANS 

BATON ROUGE 

SHREVEPORT 

METAIRIE 

NOT REPORTED 

MAINE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

MARYLAND 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BALTIMORE 

NOT REPORTED 

MASSACHUSETTS 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BOSTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

NEW BEDFORD 

SPRINGFIELD 

WORCESTER 

MICHIGAN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DETROIT 

FLINT 

GRAND RAPIDS 

DEARBORN 

LANSING 

LIVONIA 

WARREN 

NOT REPORTED 

MINNESOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DULUTH 

MINNEAPOLIS 

ST. PAUL 

NOT REPORTED 

MISSISSIPPI 

RURAL 

URBAN 

JACKSON 

NOT REPORTED 

MISSOURI 

RURAL 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

ST. LOUIS 

INDEPENDENCE 

SPRINGFIELD 

NOT REPORTED 

MONTANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

NEBRASKA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

See footnotes at end of table. 



8,312 


258 


1,955 


17 


599 


£ 


282 


1 


204 


5 


191 


2 


9,908 


4o; 


53 


6 


6,137 


283 


1,825 


55 


158 


4 



CHINA 
MAIN- 
LAND 



GER- 
MANY, 
FED. 
REP. 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CHINA 
MAIN- 
LAND 



GER- 
MANY, 
FED. 



NEBRASKA 

OMAHA 

LINCOLN 

NOT REPORTED 

NEVADA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LAS VEGAS 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW JERSEY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CAMDEN 

ELIZABETH 

JERSEY CITY 

NEWARK 

PATERSON 

TRENTON 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW MEXICO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ALBUQUERQUE 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW YORK 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ALBANY 

BUFFALO 

NEW YORK 

ROCHESTER 

SYRACUSE 

YONKERS 

NOT REPORTED 

NORTH CAROLINA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHARLOTTE 

GREENSBORO 

WINSTON-SALEM 

RALEIGH 

NOT REPORTED 

NORTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

OHIO 

PARMA 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 

AKRON 

CANTON 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

TOLEDO 

YOUNGSTOWN 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,204 
2,451 
1,847 
1.586 
24 
105 
2.533 



86 

85,048 

22 

5,951 

278 

411 

75,443 



357 

16 

7,529 



15 
3,380 



16 
6,128 



37 

2,633 

46 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 



CHINA 
MAIN- 
LAND 



GER- 
MANY, 
FED. 



OKLAHOMA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

TULSA 

NOT REPORTED 

OREGON 

RURAL 

URBAN 

PORTLAND 

NOT REPORTED 

PENNSYLVANIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ERIE 

PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURGH 

SCRANTON 

ALLENTOWN 

NOT REPORTED 

RHODE ISLAND 

URBAN 

PROVIDENCE 

NOT REPORTED 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

COLUMBIA 

NOT REPORTED 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

TENNESSEE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHATTANOOGA 

KNOXVILLE 

MEMPHIS 

NASHVILLE 

NOT REPORTED 

TEXAS 

AMARILLO 

BEAUMONT 

LUBBOCK 

WICHITA FALLS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DALLAS 

FORT WORTH 

HOUSTON 

SAN ANTONIO 

AUSTIN 

CORPUS CHRISTI 

EL PASO 

NOT REPORTED 

UTAH 

RURAL 

URBAN 

SALT LAKE CITY 

NOT REPORTED 

VERMONT 

RURAL 

See footnotes at end of table 



12,236 

6 

5,546 



640 


1 


112 


. 


17C 


1 


60-1 


1C 


18,44£ 


265 


4,62£ 


11 


1,659 


£ 


13,740 


136 


2,114 


24 


733 


16 


307 


4 


4,035 


6 


378 


3 


2,58£ 


133 


282 


g 


1,300 


99 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CHINA 
MAIN- 
LAND 



GER- 
MANY. 
FED. 
REP. 



VERMONT 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

VIRGINIA 

VIRGINIA BEACH 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NORFOLK 

RICHMOND 

NEWPORT NEWS 

PORTSMOUTH 

ALEXANDRIA 

ARLINGTON 

HAMPTON 

NOT REPORTED 

WASHINGTON 

RURAL 

URBAN 

SEATTLE 

SPOKANE 

TACOMA 

NOT REPORTED 

WEST VIRGINIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

WISCONSIN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

MILWAUKEE 

MADISON 

NOT REPORTED 

WYOMING 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

ALASKA 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

GUAM 

GUAM 

HAWAII 

RURAL 

URBAN 

HONOLULU 

NOT REPORTED 

PANAMA CANAL ZONE 

PANAMA CANAL ZONE 

PUERTO RICO 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

OUTSIDE U.S 

OUTSIDE THE UNITED 

STATES 

NOT REPORTED 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 

See footnotes at end of table. 



687 

17 

6 

6 

2,137 

2,137 

8,557 

2 

3,224 

5,274 



4,291 
4,291 
3,115 
3.115 
5 



22,249 
22,249 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



KAMPU- 
CHEA 



UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 



TOTAL 

ALABAMA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BIRMINGHAM 

MOBILE 

MONTGOMERY 

HUNTSVILLE 

NOT REPORTED 

ARIZONA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

PHOENIX 

TUCSON 

NOT REPORTED 

ARKANSAS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LITTLE ROCK 

NOT REPORTED 

CALIFORNIA 

ANAHEIM 

FRESNO 

GLENDALE 

SAN JOSE 

SANTA ANA 

TORRANCE 

EAST LOS ANGELES 

FREMONT 

GARDEN GROVE 

HUNTINGTON BEACH 

RIVERSIDE 

SAN BERNARDINO 

STOCKTON 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LONG BEACH 

LOS ANGELES 

OAKLAND 

SACRAMENTO 

SAN DIEGO 

SAN FRANCISCO 

BERKELEY 

PASADENA 

COLORADO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DENVER 

COLORADO SPRINGS 

NOT REPORTED 

CONNECTICUT 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BRIDGEPORT 

HARTFORD 

NEW HAVEN 

WATERBURY 

STANFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

DELAWARE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1,423 

2,031 

880 

7 

18 

1,032 



9,229 
160 
46 



2,012 

2 

1,171 

511 

308 

20 



2 

19,552 

150 



5 

20,278 

88 



25 
9, 

544 

2,036 

291 

251 

2,233 

2,544 

31 

82 



20 


374 


252 


425 


_ 


332 


5 


1,764 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

FLORIDA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

JACKSONVILLE 

MIAMI 

TAMPA 

ST. PETERSBURG 

FORT LAUDERDALE 

HIALEAH 

HOLLYWOOD 

NOT REPORTED 

GEORGIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ATLANTA 

SAVANNAH 

COLUMBUS 

MACON 

NOT REPORTED 

IDAHO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

ILLINOIS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHICAGO 

PEORIA 

ROCKFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

INDIANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

FORT WAYNE 

GARY 

INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUTH BEND 

EVANSVILLE 

HAMMOND 

NOT REPORTED 

IOWA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DES MOINES 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

NOT REPORTED 

KANSAS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

WICHITA 

TOPEKA 

NOT REPORTED 

KENTUCKY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LOUISVILLE 

LEXINGTON 

NOT REPORTED 

LOUISIANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

See footnotes at end of table. 



2 
3,051 

2,040 
625 

23 
342 

20 
336 



4,0 

10 

1,309 

2,732 

5 

35 



UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 



15 


62 


5 


35 


3 


21 


4 


2 


3 


4 


31 


143 



343 
2,138 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 


KAMPU- 
CHEA 


KOREA 


LAOS 


MEXICO 


PHILIP- 
PINES 


PO- 
LAND 


TAIWAN 


THAI- 
LAND 


UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 


USSR 


VIET- 
NAM 


OTHER 


LOUISIANA 


2 
6 

130 

100 
30 
346 

325 
19 
2 
50 

48 
2 

253 

188 
18 
6 
28 

5 

8 
620 
27 
297 

110 
181 
5 
9 
1 
8 

23 

5 
5 
12 

1 

2 
2 

20 


28 
9 

6 
9 
66 

63 

3 

1,202 

944 

243 

15 

372 

1 

1 

322 

21 

13 

5 

8 

1 

686 

1 

579 

30 

13 

24 

4 

13 

12 

7 

652 
6 

493 
6 
98 

68 

59 
8 

326 

191 
44 
63 

7 
9 
35 

31 
3 
97 

47 
38 


39 
37 

3 
2 
84 

84 

309 

277 
31 

126 
1 

14 

5 

7 
752 

432 

104 

4 

17 

170 

6 

3,318 

113 

589 

8 

1,237 

1,369 

2 

168 

52 
54 
62 

288 

17 
271 

247 
2 
41 

156 
10 
38 


46 

1 
1 
5 

2 

2 

36 

3 

47 

30 

7 
8 

2 
231 
4 
113 
61 
2 
19 
9 
14 

8 
69 

3 
38 

13 
14 

13 

151 

41 
73 
31 
2 
2 

8 
2 
6 

133 
1 
95 
33 
1 
3 


70 
13 

1 

9 
42 

42 

571 
3 

459 

105 
4 

177 
2 

144 
22 
3 

1 

1 
651 

439 
131 
10 
10 
13 
3 
5 
14 
26 
186 
11 
109 
2 
36 
27 
1 
63 

59 

1 

3 

268 

94 
54 
87 

26 

24 
2 
21 
1 
128 
76 
23 
24 

1 


3 

5 

5 

46 

27 

17 

2 

206 

147 
22 
2 

8 
27 
231 
2 
133 
53 
2 
7 
10 

1 
18 

5 
14 

1 

5 

5 
3 

2 

1 
1 

6 
2 

6 

4 

1 


45 
11 

4 
452 

52 
192 

145 
22 
21 

2 

129 

109 

7 
3 

1 
6 
1 

1 
89 

2 
54 

1 
16 
14 

2 
14 

7 
7 

68 

38 
6 


9 
2 

I 
10 

8 

2 

112 

103 
8 

1 
52 

40 

7 
1 

1 
3 
89 

53 
12 
2 

13 

7 
285 
7 
56 
2 
90 
127 
3 
8 

7 

30 

7 
10 

2 

15 
1 

13 
1 

24 

5 
14 
4 

1 


88 
3 

5 
4 

257 

219 
36 

2 
451 

2 

350 
58 
24 

10 

3 

277 

215 
12 
2 
6 
7 
4 
2 
3 
17 
110 

66 

25 
15 

28 

20 

3 

5 

108 

55 
16 
29 
6 
1 
1 
19 
7 

43 

18 
12 
2 
10 


55 

4 

6 

6 

313 

164 
149 

285 

162 
70 
5 
3 
19 
24 
228 
5 
180 
16 
18 
1 

1 

6 
1 
328 
1 
194 
1 
51 
81 

5 

5 

7 
19 
73 

19 

17 
2 


713 
164 
65 
22 
7 
96 

96 

887 

828 

59 

352 

178 

134 

3 

19 

17 

1,088 

8 

621 
56 
13 

226 
14 

110 

1,904 
127 
1,074 
33 
328 
328 
14 
153 
6 
123 
24 

422 

76 
163 
114 

64 
5 
56 
17 
39 

253 
10 
39 
53 

116 
35 


1.010 




62 




9 


METAIRIE 


179 


NOT REPORTED 


10 


MAINE 


95 


RURAL 






92 


NOT REPORTED 


3 




2,564 




1 


URBAN 


2.147 




404 


NOT REPORTED 


12 




5,508 


NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 


17 

1 

4,057 


BOSTON 


805 




257 


NEW BEDFORD 


243 




72 


WORCESTER 


56 




3,404 


RURAL 


9 




1,777 


DETROIT 


1,022 




51 


GRAND RAPIDS . .. 


61 




254 




57 




33 




91 


NOT REPORTED 






808 


RURAL 


18 




385 




6 




280 


ST PAUL 


106 




13 


MISSISSIPPI 


132 




2 




112 


JACKSON 


12 




6 


MISSOURI 


643 




1 


URBAN 


246 




116 


ST LOUIS 


245 




3 


SPRINGFIELD 


28 


NOT REPORTED 




MONTANA 


64 




11 




53 


NOT REPORTED 


_ 




233 


RURAL 


3 




77 


OMAHA . .. 


95 




49 




9 







See footnotes at end of table. 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



KAMPU- 
CHEA 



UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 



NEVADA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LAS VEGAS 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW JERSEY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CAMDEN 

ELIZABETH 

JERSEY CITY 

NEWARK 

PATERSON 

TRENTON 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW MEXICO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ALBUQUERQUE 

NOT REPORTED 

NEW YORK 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ALBANY 

BUFFALO 

NEW YORK 

ROCHESTER 

SYRACUSE 

YONKERS 

NOT REPORTED 

NORTH CAROLINA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHARLOTTE 

GREENSBORO 

WINSTON-SALEM 

RALEIGH 

NOT REPORTED 

NORTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

OHIO 

PARMA 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL , 

URBAN , 

AKRON 

CANTON 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

TOLEDO 

YOUNGSTOWN 

OKLAHOMA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

TULSA 

NOT REPORTED 

See footnotes at end of table. 



20 

1,006 

3 

74 

7 

26 

86 

34 

46 

6 

2,919 

3 

471 

8 

15 

2,309 

57 

9 

20 

27 

319 

3 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 



PHILIP- 
PINES 



UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 



OREGON 

RURAL 

URBAN 

PORTLAND 

NOT REPORTED . 
PENNSYLVANIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ERIE 

PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURGH 

SCRANTON 

ALLENTOWN 

NOT REPORTED , 
RHODE ISLAND 

URBAN 

PROVIDENCE 

NOT REPORTED ... 
SOUTH CAROLINA .. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

COLUMBIA 

NOT REPORTED ... 
SOUTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED .. 
TENNESSEE 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHATTANOOGA .... 

KNOXVILLE 

MEMPHIS 

NASHVILLE 

NOT REPORTED ... 
TEXAS 

AMARILLO 

BEAUMONT 

LUBBOCK 

WICHITA FALLS .... 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DALLAS 

FORT WORTH 

HOUSTON 

SAN ANTONIO 

AUSTIN 

CORPUS CHRISTI . 

EL PASO 

NOT REPORTED ... 
UTAH 

RURAL 

URBAN 

SALT LAKE CITY ... 

NOT REPORTED ... 
VERMONT 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED ... 
VIRGINIA 

VIRGINIA BEACH .. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NORFOLK 



89 
2,562 



22 

2,411 



20,819 
25 



467 
11,195 
1,316 

420 
2,179 
1,172 

177 

151 

3,616 

63 



See footnotes at end o( table. 



IMM 5.3 

IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF BIRTH 

AND RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



UNITED 
KING- 
DOM 



VIRGINIA 

RICHMOND 

NEWPORT NEWS 

PORTSMOUTH 

ALEXANDRIA 

ARLINGTON 

HAMPTON 

NOT REPORTED 

WASHINGTON 

RURAL 

URBAN 

SEATTLE 

SPOKANE 

TACOMA 

NOT REPORTED 

WEST VIRGINIA 

RURAL , 

URBAN , 

WISCONSIN 

RURAL 

URBAN , 

MILWAUKEE 

MADISON 

NOT REPORTED 

WYOMING 

URBAN , 

NOT REPORTED 

ALASKA 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

AMERICAN SAMOA 

GUAM 

GUAM 

HAWAII 

RURAL 

URBAN 

HONOLULU 

NOT REPORTED 

PANAMA CANAL ZONE ... 

PANAMA CANAL ZONE 
PUERTO RICO 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

OUTSIDE US 

OUTSIDE THE UNITED 

STATES 

NOT REPORTED 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 



' RURAL ■ POPULATION OF LESS THAN 2,500. 
URBAN - POPULATION OF 2.500 TO 99.999. 
CITIES - POPULATION OF 100.000 OR MORE. 



27 


35 




7 


127 


282 


434 


277 


12 


35 


8 


15 


,825 


1.324 


15 


9 


,678 


594 


,543 


588 


171 


36 


416 


78 


2 


19 


59 


138 



2 
2 
3,532 
3,532 
3,020 
3,020 



7.287 
7.287 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



OCCUPATIONS 



PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 



ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 



CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 



OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 



TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 



LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 



FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MGRS. 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA .... 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN 

DEMOCRATIC 
REP 

GERMANY. FEDERAL 
REP 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND .... 
CHRISTMAS ISLAND . 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 



5,473 
965 



20,959 
2,988 



28,709 
2,383 



3,98 
405 



11,973 
1,196 



259 

6,467 
21 

3,472 
642 
126 



137 

1,053 
342 
5,874 
3,510 
3,124 



276 
4,971 

21,738 
1.194 

10,314 
3,105 
3,356 
3,903 
2,923 



5.558 

5,500 

523 



121 
1,582 
7,420 



25 
516 

4,310 
145 

1,311 
200 
450 
372 
179 



31 


56 


2 


7 


66 


91 


15 


146 


13 


21 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



OCCUPATIONS 



PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 



ADMINI 
STRA- 
TIVE 



CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 



OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 



TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 



LABOR 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 



FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MGRS. 



NO OC- 
CUPA- 
TION 



KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB 

EMIRATES 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN 

REP 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL 

GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & 

ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MAUVWI 

MALI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 



543 



36,528 

3,529 

225 

1,046 

1 

97 



7,693 

48 

5,938 



756 
3,939 
1,294 

900 



IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


OCCUPATIONS 




COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


Total 


PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 


ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 


SALES 


CLER- 
ICAL 


CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 


OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 


TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 


LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 


FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MGRS. 


SERV- 
ICE 


NO OC- 
CUPA- 
TION 




3 

3 

74 
36 
283 

1,434 
78 
21 
304 
16 

304 
5 

87 
165 
162 

3,833 


7 

21 
10 

133 
23 

573 
37 
13 

164 
6 
50 

153 

35 
42 
68 

1,617 


4 
2 

3 
289 
16 

8 
75 

9 
70 

9 
17 
37 

538 


4 
6 
2 
143 
6 
3 
35 

10 
22 

5 
8 
9 

209 


3 
24 

5 

3 
9 

1 
66 


3 
4 

12 
7 

58 
3 
1 

33 
1 
6 

30 
1 

7 
9 
13 

216 


8 

21 
4 

6 

1 
2 
6 

3 
3 
1 

146 


4 

6 
2 

7 
2 

5 

4 
8 

3 
2 
50 


1 

2 
17 


7 
1 
3 
2 

1 
1 

2 
1 
46 


4 

1 
69 


3 

6 

36 
5 

23 
4 

5 

15 

7 

3 

i 

260 


1 






SAO TOME & 


2 


SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 


53 
26 


SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 


150 
66 


SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 


41 
8 
140 
10 
49 


UGANDA 


151 


WESTERN SAHARA .. 


1 
52 






ZIMBABWE . . . 


94 


OCEANIA 


2,216 


AMERICAN SAMOA ... 
AUSTRALIA 


7 

1,367 

4 

659 
33 
3 
8 
1 
3 

642 

4 
5 

561 
5 

379 

158,057 


647 

370 
9 

2 

312 

28 

7 

4 
165 

69 

66,940 


312 

35 
2 

1 

139 

6 

2 
25 

15 

7,247 


122 

29 
3 

1 
49 

1 

1 
3,960 


32 

17 
2 

10 

2 
1 

2 

1,578 


94 
44 

1 
47 

4 
1 

13 

12 

6,752 


27 

65 
2 

24 
5 

12 

10 

8,136 


8 

16 

8 

5 

11,859 


9 

6 

1 

1,938 


6 

7 

5 
1 

19 
8 

10.424 


6 

17 

7 

35 

3 

3,354 


39 

131 

20 

2 

1 
47 

12 

11,692 


7 
720 










FRENCH POLYNESIA 


24 
2 






NAURU 


1 


NEW CALEDONIA 


2 


NIUE 




PACIFIC IS. TRUST 

TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
PITCAIRN ISLANDS , . 
SOLOMON ISLANDS 
TONGA 


110 
6 
3 

396 


VANUATU 


4 


WESTERN SAMOA .... 
NORTH AMERICA 


310 


CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 


10,786 

4 

56,106 

156 

67,379 


4,353 

2 

26,268 

88 

27,520 


1,690 

919 

44 

3,431 


831 

928 

14 

1,650 


250 

316 

3 

791 


480 

967 

5 

4,001 


264 

2,789 

4 

4,032 


158 

1 

5.942 

1 

4,249 


73 

579 

1,111 


136 

7,990 

5 

1,636 


57 

2,373 

2 

785 


414 
3,465 

g 

5,834 


6,433 

2 

29,838 


UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 


68 
39,859 


ANGUILLA 


89 

3,234 

577 

1,961 

181 

101 

55 

8,209 

569 

17,451 
1,066 
40 
8.779 
18,711 
26 


38 
1,462 

1,033 
80 
18 
15 

2,983 
235 

6.216 

536 

16 

3,797 

8,154 

8 


3 

108 
35 

111 
15 
3 

416 
34 

594 
57 

495 
1,186 


2 
64 
15 
58 

14 

252 

14 

262 

31 

166 

576 

2 


2 
43 

34 
5 

166 
9 

197 
15 

44 


4 
177 
26 
154 
11 
4 
2 
544 
41 

750 

81 

6 

400 

1,313 


9 

19 

129 

8 

2 
416 
53 

797 

91 

2 

453 

1.277 

1 


1 
79 
10 
122 
5 

477 

1,205 

33 

1 

1.108 

900 

1 


64 
5 

29 
2 

127 
9 

430 
10 

125 
250 


3 
142 
9 
28 
7 
3 
2 
235 
15 

634 

12 

144 
255 


12 
2 
12 

52 
11 

279 
9 

39 
339 


14 
414 
26 
356 
13 
6 
3 
298 
38 

1,068 

197 

6 

823 

1,889 

3 


51 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 


1,772 
419 
928 


BERMUDA 


101 


BRITISH VIRGIN IS . 
CAYMAN ISLANDS .. 
CUBA 


83 

40 

5 226 


DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC 


334 
11 235 




530 


GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 


24 
4,982 
10,557 







IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


OCCUPATIONS 




COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


Total 


PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 


ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 


SALES 


CLER- 
ICAL 


CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 


OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC 

TRANS- 
PORT 


TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 


LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 


FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MORS. 


SERV- 
ICE 


NO OC- 
CUPA- 
TION 


MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLANDS 


148 

257 

2 

1,039 

586 

719 

3,532 

41 

6 
23,626 


75 

118 

439 
246 

380 

1,492 

20 

8,709 


7 

39 

41 
24 

51 

200 

6 

1,162 


2 

6 

19 
11 

18 

135 

537 


1 

7 

20 

12 

7 
49 

218 


15 

14 

47 
44 

62 

306 

1,299 


13 
12 

83 

40 

53 

210 

5 

1,047 


12 

8 

26 
26 

35 

187 

1 

1,508 


2 

24 

7 

3 
23 
1 

174 


6 

5 

45 

18 

13 
59 

1 

657 


4 
9 

7 

9 

137 


19 

25 

130 
55 

131 

314 

5 

1,970 


73 


PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS .. 


2 
600 


ST. VINCENT & 
GRENAD 


339 


TRINIDAD & 




TURKS & CAICOS 




U.S. VIRGIN 
ISLANDS 


5 


CENTRAL AMERICA .. 


14.917 


BELIZE 


2,031 
1,272 
7.107 
3,633 
3,186 
3,077 
3,320 

35,448 


918 
396 
2,763 
1,436 
1,195 
977 
1,024 

13,675 


128 

75 
235 
203 
110 
196 
215 

2,174 


90 
44 
124 
88 
43 
93 
55 

1,187 


23 
14 
55 
23 
15 
52 
36 

423 


193 
54 
249 
192 
141 
204 
266 

2,415 


119 
57 
370 
186 
126 
75 
114 

1,630 


85 
54 
672 
263 
207 
124 
103 

2.704 


20 
7 
57 
26 
30 
18 
16 

282 


41 
22 

168 
95 

243 
37 
51 

523 


9 
57 
27 

9 
16 

8 

318 


208 
60 
776 
333 
271 
162 
160 

2.019 


1.113 


COSTA RICA 


876 


EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 


4.344 
2,197 


HONDURAS 


1 991 


NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 


2.100 
2.296 


SOUTH AMERICA 


21,773 


ARGENTINA 


2,065 

750 

1,475 

1,911 

8,608 

4.127 

5 

10.059 

161 

4,151 

93 

707 

1,336 

4 

10 


837 
289 
496 
773 

l!906 

3 

3.618 

67 

1,543 

41 

349 

319 

- 

3 


217 

77 
171 
152 
413 

92 

602 

10 

255 

7 

42 
135 

1 


155 
20 
70 

283 
75 

272 
2 

5 
40 
48 


37 
7 
15 
30 
103 
41 

96 
2 

51 
2 

19 

20 


63 

41 
76 
107 
295 
970 

570 
6 
199 
5 
26 
57 


130 
23 
31 
115 
358 
150 

556 

156 
7 
76 
17 

2 


102 
22 
25 
87 
1,284 
364 

370 
6 
373 
4 
56 
11 


21 
2 
9 
23 
58 
14 

109 
9 


22 
6 

7 
37 
91 
34 

270 

38 
3 

11 
4 


1 
6 

20 
5 

234 
3 
35 
3 

2 


86 
90 
86 
150 
529 
161 

539 
27 

255 
5 
69 
21 


1,228 


BOLIVIA 


461 






CHILE 


1,138 


COLOMBIA 


5 174 






FRENCH GUIANA 

GUYANA 


2 
6 441 










SURINAME 


52 






VENEZUELA 


1,017 


BORN ON BOARD 

SHIP 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 


4 

7 



IMM 6.6 

BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



OCCUPATION 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 



ACT OF OCTOBER 3, 1965 



3RD PREF. 3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- ADJUST- 

SIONS MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



ALL OCCUPATIONS 



PROFESSIONAL. TECHNICAL, AND KINDRED 
WORKERS 



ACCOUNTANTS & AUDITORS 

ARCHITECTS 

COMPUTER SPECIALISTS 

PROGRAMMERS 

SYSTEMS ANALYSTS 

OTHER SPECIALISTS 

ENGINEERS 

AERONAUTICAL & ASTRONAUTICAL 

CHEMICAL 

CIVIL 

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC 

INDUSTRIAL 

MECHANICAL 

METALLURGICAL & MATERIALS 

MINING 

PETROLEUM 

SALES 

OTHER ENGINEERS 

FARM MANAGEMENT ADVISORS 

FORESTERS & CONSERVATIONISTS 

HOME MANAGEMENT ADVISORS 

LAWYERS AND JUDGES 

JUDGES 

LAWYERS 

LIBRARIANS. ARCHIVISTS, AND CURATORS 

LIBRARIANS 

ARCHIVISTS & CURATORS 

MATHEMATICAL SPECIALISTS 

ACTUARIES 

MATHEMATICIANS 

STATISTICIANS 

LIFE AND PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS 

AGRICULTURAL 

ATMOSPHERIC & SPACE 

BIOLOGICAL 

CHEMISTS 

GEOLOGISTS 

MARINE 

PHYSICISTS & ASTRONOMERS 

OTHER LIFE & PHYSICAL SCIENTISTS 

OPERATIONS & SYSTEMS RESEARCHERS & 

ANALYST 

PERSONNEL & LABOR RELATIONS WORKERS , 
PHYSICIANS, DENTISTS. AND RELATED 

PRACTITIONERS 

CHIROPRACTORS 

DENTISTS 

OPTOMETRISTS 

PHARMACISTS 

PHYSICIANS, MEDICAL & OSTEOPATHIC 

PODIATRISTS 

VETERINARIANS 

OTHER HEALTH PRACTITIONERS 

NURSES, DIETITIANS, AND THERAPISTS 

DIETITIANS 

REGISTERED NURSES 

THERAPISTS 



2,861 

477 

1,674 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



OCCUPATION 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF, 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



ALL OTHER 
IMMIGRA- 
NTS 



HEALTH TECHNOLOGISTS AND TECHNICIANS .... 

CLINICAL LABORATORY 

DENTAL HYGIENISTS 

HEALTH RECORD 

RADIOLOGIC 

THERAPY ASSISTANTS 

OTHER HEALTH TECHNICIANS & TECHNOLOGISTS 
RELIGIOUS WORKERS 

CLERGYMEN 

OTHER RELIGIOUS WORKERS 

SOCIAL SCIENTISTS 

ECONOMISTS 

POLITICAL 

PSYCHOLOGISTS 

SOCIOLOGISTS 

URBAN & REGIONAL PLANNERS 

OTHER SOCIAL SCIENTISTS 

SOCIAL AND RECREATION WORKERS 

SOCIAL 

RECREATION 

TEACHERS, COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY 

AGRICULTURE 

ATMOSPHERIC. EARTH, MARINE & SPACE 

BIOLOGY 

CHEMISTRY 

PHYSICS 

ENGINEERING 

MATHEMATICS 

HEALTH SPECIALTIES 

PSYCHOLOGY 

BUSINESS & COMMERCE 

ECONOMICS 

HISTORY 

SOCIOLOGY 

OTHER SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHERS 

ART, DRAMA S MUSIC 

COACHES & PHYSICAL EDUCATION 

EDUCATION 

ENGLISH 

FOREIGN LANGUAGE 

HOME ECONOMICS 

LAW 

THEOLOGY 

TRADE, INDUSTRIAL & TECHNICAL 

MISCELLANEOUS TEACHERS, COLLEGE & UNIV . 

SUBJECT NOT SPECIFIED TEACHERS, COL & U .. 
TEACHERS. EXCEPT COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY .. 

ADULT EDUCATION 

ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 

PREKINDERGARTEN & KINDERGARTEN 

SECONDARY SCHOOL 

OTHER TEACHERS, EXC. COLLEGE & UNIV 

ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE TECHNICIANS 

AGRICULTURE & BIOLOGICAL EXCEPT HEALTH . 

CHEMICAL 

DRAFTSMEN 

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING 

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING 

MECHANICAL ENGINEERING 

MATHEMATICAL 

SURVEYORS 

OTHER ENGINEERING. SCIENCE TECHNICIANS ... 
TECHNICIANS, EXC HEALTH. ENGIN. & SCIENCE .. 

AIRPL>\NE PILOTS 

AIR TRAFFIC CONTROLLERS 

EMBALMERS 



83 



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FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



FLIGHT ENGINEERS 

RADIO OPERATORS 

TOOL PROGRAMMERS. NUMERICAL CONTROL .... 

OTHER TECHNICIANS 

VOCATIONAL & EDUCATIONAL COUNSELORS 

WRITERS, ARTISTS. AND ENTERTAINERS 

ACTORS & ACTRESSES 

ATHLETES & KINDRED WORKERS 

AUTHORS 

DANCERS 

DESIGNERS 

EDITORS & REPORTERS 

MUSICIANS & COMPOSERS 

PAINTERS & SCULPTORS 

PHOTOGRAPHERS 

PUBLIC RELATIONS MEN & PUBLICITY WRITERS . 

RADIO & TELEVISION ANNOUNCERS 

OTHER WRITERS, ARTISTS 8. ENTERTAINERS 

RESEARCH WORKERS. NOT SPECIFIED 

OTHER PROFESSIONAL, TECH & KINDRED 

WORKERS 



MANAGERS & ADMINISTRATORS, EXCEPT FARM . 



ASSESSORS,CONTROLLERS,TREASUR /LOC PUB 
ADM 

BANK OFFICERS & FINANCIAL MANAGERS 

BUYERS & SHIPPERS, FARM PRODUCTS 

BUYERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL TRADE 

CREDIT MEN 

FUNERAL DIRECTORS 

HEALTH ADMINISTRATORS 

CONSTRUCTION INSPECTORS, PUBLIC ADMIN 

INSPECTORS, EXC. CONSTRUCTION/ PUB ADMIN . 

MANAGERS & SUPERINTENDENTS, BUILDING 

OFFICE MANAGERS, OTHER 

OFFICERS, PILOTS & PURSERS/ SHIP 

OFFICIALS & ADMINISTRATORS/ PUB ADM. .OTHER 

OFFICIALS OF LODGES, SOCIETIES & UNIONS 

POSTMASTERS & MAIL SUPERINTENDENTS 

PURCHASING AGENTS & BUYERS, OTHER 

RAILROAD CONDUCTORS 

RESTAURANT, CAFETERIA & BAR MANAGERS 

SALES MANAGERS & DEPT, HEADS, RETAIL TRADE 

SALES MANAGERS, EXCEPT RETAIL TRADE 

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, COLLEGE 

SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS, ELEM. & SECONDARY 

OTHER MANAGERS & ADMINISTRATORS, EXC 

FARM 

OFFICIALS, FOREIGN GOVERNMENT 



SALES WORKERS 



ADVERTISING AGENTS & SALESMEN 

AUCTIONEERS 

DEMONSTRATORS 

HUCKSTERS & PEDDLERS 

INSURANCE AGENTS, BROKERS & UNDERWRITERS 

NEWSBOYS 

REAL ESTATE AGENTS & BROKERS 

STOCK & BOND SALESMEN 

SALESMEN & SALES CLERKS 



1,134 

71 

3,706 



IMM 6.6 

BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



OCCUPATION 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 
ACT OF OCTOBER 3. 1965 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



ALL OTHER 
IMMIGRA- 
NTS 



OTHER SALESMEN & SALES CLERKS 

SALES REPRESENTATIVES, MANUFACTURING 

IND 

SALES REPRESENTATIVES, WHOLESALE TRADE . 

SALES CLERKS, RETAIL TRADE 

SALESMEN, RETAIL TRADE 

SALESMEN OF SERVICES & CONSTRUCTION 

OTHER SALES WORKERS 



CLERICAL AND KINDRED WORKERS . 



BANK TELLERS 

BILLING CLERKS 

BOOKKEEPERS 

CASHIERS 

CLERICAL ASSISTANTS , SOCIAL WELFARE 

CLERICAL SUPERVISORS, OTHER 

COLLECTORS, BILL & ACCOUNT 

COUNTER CLERKS, EXCEPT FOOD 

DISPATCHERS & STARTERS, VEHICLE 

ENUMERATORS & INTERVIEWERS 

ESTIMATORS & INVESTIGATORS, OTHER 

EXPEDITERS & PRODUCTION CONTROLLERS .... 

FILE CLERKS 

INSURANCE ADJUSTERS, EXAM. & INVESTIGATORS 

LIBRARY ATTENDANTS & ASSISTANTS 

MAIL CARRIERS, POST OFFICE 

MAIL HANDLERS. EXCEPT POST OFFICE 

MESSENGERS & OFFICE BOYS 

METER READERS, UTILITIES 

OFFICE MACHINE OPERATORS 

BOOKKEEPING & BILLING 

CALCULATING 

COMPUTER & PERIPHERAL EQUIPMENT 

KEY PUNCH 

TABULATING 

OTHER OFFICE MACHINE OPERATORS 

PAYROLL & TIMEKEEPING CLERKS 

POSTAL CLERKS 

PROOFREADERS 

REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS 

RECEPTIONISTS 

SECRETARIES 

LEGAL 

MEDICAL 

OTHER SECRETARIES 

SHIPPING & RECEIVING CLERKS 

STATISTICAL CLERKS 

STENOGRAPHERS 

STOCK CLERKS & STOREKEEPERS 

TEACHER AIDES, EXCEPT SCHOOL MONITORS . 

TELEGRAPH MESSENGERS 

TELEGRAPH OPERATORS 

TELEPHONE OPERATORS 

TICKET, STATION & EXPRESS AGENTS 

TYPISTS 

WEIGHERS 

MISCELLANEOUS CLERICAL WORKERS 

NOT SPECIFIED CLERICAL WORKERS 

OTHER CLERICAL & KINDRED WORKERS 



CRAFTSMEN AND KINDRED WORKERS 



125 


5 




10 


31 


1 


1,075 


14 


6,066 


51 


245 


1 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



OCCUPATION 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES INSTALLERS 

BAKERS 

BLACKSMITHS 

BOILERMAKERS 

BOOKBINDERS 

BRICKMASONS & STONEMASONS 

BRICKMASONS & STONEMASONS, APPRENTICES . 

BULLDOZER OPERATORS 68 

CABINETMAKERS 258 

CARPENTERS 1,608 

CARPENTER APPRENTICES 151 

CARPET INSTALLERS 

CEMENT & CONCRETE FINISHERS 

COMPOSITORS & TYPESETTERS 

PRINTING TRADES APPRENTICES, EXC PRESSMEN 

CRANEMEN, DERRICKMEN & HOISTMEN 

DECORATORS & WINDOW DRESSERS 

DENTAL LABORATORY TECHNICIANS 

ELECTRICIANS 

ELECTRICIAN APPRENTICES 

ELECTRIC POWER LINEMEN & CABLEMEN 

ELECTROTYPERS & STEREOTYPERS 

ENGRAVERS, EXC PHOTOENGRAVERS 

EXCAVAT ,GRAD.& RD MACH.OPER./EXC BULLDOZE 

FLOOR LAYERS, EXC. TILE SETTERS 

FOREMEN, OTHER 

FORGEMEN & HAMMERMEN 

FURNITURE & WOOD FINISHERS 

FURRIERS 

GLAZIERS 

HEAT TREATERS. ANNEALERS & TEMPERERS ... 
INSPECTORS, SCALERS, GRADERS/LOG & LUMBER 

INSPECTORS, OTHER 

JEWELERS & WATCHMAKERS 

JOB & DIE SETTERS, METAL 

LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS 

LOCOMOTIVE FIREMEN 

MACHINISTS 

MACHINIST APPRENTICES 

MECHANICS AND REPAIRMAN 5,628 

AIR CONDITIONING,HEATING & REFRIGERATION ... 164 

AIRCRAFT 83 

AUTOMOBILE BODY REPAIRMEN 

AUTOMOBILE MECHANICS 

AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC APPRENTICES 

DATA PROCESSING MACHINE REPAIRMEN 

FARM IMPLEMENT 

HEAVY EQUIPMENT MECHANICS, INCL. DIESEL 

HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE & ACCES INSTL.& MECH 

LOOM FIXERS 

OFFICE MACHINE 

RADIO & TELEVISION 

RAILROAD & CAR SHOP 

MECHANIC APPRENTICES. EXCEPT AUTO 

MISCELLANEOUS MECHANICS & REPAIRMEN 

NOT SPECIFIED MECHANICS & REPAIRMEN 

MILLERS/ GRAIN, FLOUR & FEED 

MILLWRIGHTS 

MOLDERS, METAL 

MOLDER APPRENTICES 

MOTION PICTURE PROJECTIONISTS 

OPTICIANS & LENS GRINDERS & POLISHERS 

PAINTERS, CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE 

PAINTER APPRENTICES 



86 



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FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 
ACT OF OCTOBER 3, 1965 



OCCUPATION 



PAPERHANGERS 

PATTERN & MODEL MAKERS, EXC PAPER .. 

PHOTOENGRAVERS & LITHOGRAPHERS 

PIANO & ORGAN TUNERS & REPAIRMEN 

PLASTERERS 

PLASTERER APPRENTICES 

PLUMBERS & PIPE FITTERS 

PLUMBER & PIPE FITTER APPRENTICES 

POWER STATION OPERATORS 

PRESSMEN & PLATE PRINTERS, PRINTING .. 

PRESSMAN APPRENTICES 

ROLLERS & FINISHERS, METAL 

ROOFERS & SLATERS 

SHEETMETAL WORKERS & TINSMITHS 

SHEETMETAL APPRENTICES 

SHIPFITTERS 

SHOE REPAIRMEN 

SIGN PAINTERS & LETTERERS 

STATIONARY ENGINEERS 

STONECUTTERS & STONECARVERS 

STRUCTURAL METAL CRAFTSMEN 

TAILORS 

TELEPHONE INSTALLERS & REPAIRMEN 

TELEPHONE LINEMEN & SPLICERS 

TILESETTERS 

TOOL & DIE MAKERS 

TOOL & DIE MAKER APPRENTICES 

UPHOLSTERERS 

OTHER SPECIFIED CRAFT APPRENTICES 

NOT SPECIFIED APPRENTICES 

OTHER CRAFTSMEN & KINDRED WORKERS . 

MILITARY, U S 

MILITARY, FOREIGN 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



ALL OTHER 
IMMIGRA- 
NTS 



OPERATIVES, EXCEPT TRANSPORT . 



ASBESTOS & INSULATION WORKERS 

ASSEMBLERS 

BLASTERS & POWDERMEN 

BOTTLING & CANNING OPERATIVES 

CHAINMEN, RODMEN & AXMEN/ SURVEYING .... 
CHECKERS, EXAMINERS INSPECTORS/ 

MANUFACT 

CLOTHING IRONERS & PRESSERS 

CUTTING OPERATIVES, OTHER 

DRESSMAKERS & SEAMSTRESSES. EXC FACTORY 

DRILLERS, EARTH 

DRY WALL INSTALLERS & LATHERS 

DYERS 

FILERS, POLISHERS, SANDERS & BUFFERS 

FURNACEMEN, SMELTERMEN & POURERS 

GRADERS & PACKERS,PRODUCE/ EXC FACT & 

FARM 

HEATERS, METAL 

LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING OPERATIVES, OTHER 
MEATCUTTERS & BUTCHERS, EXC, 

MANUFACTURING 

MEATCUTTERS & BUTCHERS, MANUFACTURING , 

MEAT WRAPPERS, RETAIL TRADE 

METAL PLATERS 

MILLINERS 

MINE OPERATIVES, OTHER 

MIXING OPERATIVES 

OILERS & GREASERS, EXC AUTO 



3,621 
45 
45 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



OCCUPATION 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



PACKERS & WRAPPERS, EXC. MEAT & PRODUCE 

PAINTERS, MANUFACTURED ARTICLES 

PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESS WORKERS 

PRECISION MACHINE OPERATIVES 

DRILL PRESS 

GRINDING MACHINE 

LATHE & MILLING MACHINE 

OTHER PRECISION MACHINE OPERATIVES 

PUNCH & STAMPING PRESS OPERATIVES 

RIVETERS & FASTENERS 

SAILORS & DECK HANDS 

SAWYERS 

SEWERS & STITCHERS 

SHOEMAKING MACHINE OPERATIVES 

SOLDERERS 

STATIONARY FIREMEN 

TEXTILE OPERATIVES 

CARDING. LAPPING & COMBING 

KNITTERS, LOOPERS TOPPERS 

SPINNERS, TWISTERS & WINDERS 

WEAVERS 

OTHER TEXTILE OPERATIVES 

WELDERS & FLAME CUTTERS 

WINDING OPERATIVES, OTHER 

MISCELLANEOUS SPECIFIED MACHINE 

OPERATIVES 

NOT SPECIFIED MACHINE OPERATIVES 

MISCELLANEOUS OPERATIVES 

NOT SPECIFIED OPERATIVES 

OTHER OPERATIVES. EXC. TRANSPORT 



TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATIVES 



BOATMEN & CANALMEN 

BUS DRIVERS 

CONDUCTORS & MOTORMEN, URBAN RAIL 

TRANSIT 

DEUVERYMEN & ROUTEMEN 

FORK LIFT & TOW MOTOR OPERATIVES 

MOTORMEN, MINE, FACTORY, LOGGING CAMP, 

ETC 

PARKING ATTENDANTS 

RAILROAD BRAKEMEN 

RAILROAD SWITCHMEN 

TAXICAB DRIVERS & CHAUFFEURS 

TRUCK DRIVERS 

OTHER TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT OPERATIVES . 



LABORERS, EXCEPT FARM . 



ANIMAL CARETAKERS, EXC. FARM 

CARPENTERS HELPERS 

CONSTRUCTION LABORERS. EXC CARPENT 

HELPERS 

FISHERMEN & OYSTERMEN 

FREIGHT & MATERIAL HANDLERS 

GARBAGE COLLECTORS 

GARDENERS & GROUNDSKEEPERS, EXC FARM 

LONGSHOREMEN & STEVEDORES 

LUMBERMEN, RAFTSMEN, WOODCHOPPERS 

STOCK HANDLERS 

TEAMSTERS 



2,447 
863 
12 



BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



3RD PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



6TH PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 



6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 



ALL OTHER 
IMMIGRA- 
NTS 



VEHICLE WASHERS & EQUIPMENT CLEANERS . 

WAREHOUSEMEN, OTHER 

MISCELLANEOUS LABORERS 

NOT SPECIFIED LABORERS 

OTHER LABORERS, EXC. FARM 



FARMERS AND FARM MANAGERS 



FARM Lj<VBORERS AND FARM FOREMEN . 



FARM FOREMEN 

FARM LABORERS. WAGE WORKERS 

FARM LABORERS, UNPAID FAMILY WORKERS . 
FARM SERVICE LABORERS, SELF-EMPLOYED .. 
OTHER FARM LjABORERS, FARM FOREMEN 



SERVICE WORKERS, EXC. PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD . 



CLEANING SERVICE WORKERS 

CHAMBERMAIDS & MAIDS, EXC. PVT HOUSEHOLD 

CLEANERS & CHARWOMEN 

JANITORS & SEXTONS 

FOOD SERVICE WORKERS 

BARTENDERS 

BUSBOYS 

COOKS, EXC. PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD 

DISHWASHERS 

FOOD COUNTER & FOUNTAIN WORKERS 

WAITERS 

OTHER FOOD SERVICE WORKERS.EXC.PVT HHLD 
HEALTH SERVICE WORKERS 

DENTAL ASSISTANTS 

HEALTH AIDES, EXCNURSING 

HEALTH TRAINEES 

LAY MIDWIVES 

NURSING AIDES, ORDERLIES & A1TENDANTS 

PRACTICAL NURSES 

PERSONAL SERVICE WORKERS 

AIRLINE STEWARDESSES 

ATTENDANTS, RECREATION & AMUSEMENT 

ATTENDANTS/ PERSONAL SERVICE, OTHER 

BAGGAGE PORTERS & BELLHOPS 

BARBERS 

BOARDING & LODGING HOUSE KEEPERS 

BOOTBLACKS 

CHILD CARE WORKERS, EXC. PVT. HOUSEHOLD 

ELEVATOR OPERATORS 

HAIRDRESSERS & COSMETOLOGISTS 

PERSONAL SERVICE APPRENTICES 

HOUSEKEEPERS, EXC PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD 

SCHOOL MONITORS 

USHERS, RECREATION & AMUSEMENT 

WELFARE SERVICE AIDES 

PROTECTIVE SERVICE WORKERS .... 

CROSSING GUARDS & BRIDGE TENDERS 

FIREMEN, FIRE PROTECTION 

GUARDS & WATCHMEN 



364 
1,397 
11,094 
1,408 



3,848 
336 
767 

2,745 

10.308 

379 

821 



,184 


33 


7 


1 


897 


53 


16 


1 


15 


1 


553 


12 


134 


30 


66 


6 


97 


3 


590 





BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES AND OTHER IMMIGRANTS ADMITTED BY OCCUPATION 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


BENEFICIARIES OF OCCUPATIONAL PREFERENCES 
ACT OF OCTOBER 3, 1965 


ALL OTHER 


OCCUPATION 


Total 


3RD PREF. 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 


3RD PREF 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 


6TH PREF, 
ADMIS- 
SIONS 


6TH PREF. 
ADJUST- 
MENTS 


IMMIGRA- 
NTS 


MARSHALS & CONSTABLES 


364 
6 

208 

8,724 

409 
93 

5,090 
24 

3,030 
78 

390,691 

84,807 
30,594 
8,559 
83,375 
120,401 
30,759 
32,196 


2 

16 

2,657 

160 
15 
972 
2 
1.496 
12 

2,259 
2.259 


125 
125 


2 
2 

886 
886 


12 

2,353 

139 
14 
816 

1,382 
2 

327 

327 


- 

301 

21 
1 
153 
2 
114 
10 

921 
921 


^, 


POLICEMEN & DETECTIVES 


362 






OTHER SERVICE WORKERS. EXC. PVT. 
HOUSEHOLD 


192 


PRIVATE HOUSEHOLD WORKERS 


6.067 


CHILD CARE WORKERS 


249 


COOKS 


78 






LAUNDRESSES 


22 


MAIDS & SERVANTS 


1 534 








388.432 




84,807 


UNEMPLOYED 


30,594 


RETIRED 


8,559 




83,375 






NONE 


30.759 
29.937 







REF 1.1 

REFUGEE AUTHORIZED ADMISSIONS, APPROVALS, AND ARRIVALS 

BY GEOGRAPHIC AREA OF CHARGEABILITY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



GEOGRAPHIC AREA 
OF CHARGEABILITY 



TOTAL 

Africa 

Asia 

Eastern Europe 

Latin America 

Near East 

Soviet Union 

Stateless 



REFUGEES 
Authorized admissions! Approvals2 Arrivals^ 



140,000 

3,500 

96,000 

11,000 

3,000 

6,500 

20,000 

NA 



61,527 



4,198 


3,259 


37,481 


69,712 


10,958 


10,691 


580 


453 


5,490 


6,350 


2,820 


2,747 



93,252 



40 



^Authorized admissions are the maximum 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. INS approval in- 
dicates that the refugee has been found eligible for entry to the United 
States. However, actual entry to the U.S. 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 ad- 
missions, whereas, actual admissions by geographic area of chargeability may 
not exceed the authorized admission figures. 

^Arrivals are the number of refugees INS has initially admitted through 
ports of entry during the fiscal year. Arrival data are collected by 
nationality, not country of chargeability, which accounts for the "stateless" 
category. 



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4,337 

69 

1,948 

4,413 


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1,032 
2,595 

66 
194 

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2,569 


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1,745 

3,881 

481 

263 

1,103 

56 

1,053 

1,561 


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2,795 

8,091 

2,950 

499 

10,715 

98 

14,860 

7,375 


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17,640 

9,909 
14,567 

3,431 
897 
13,960 
154 
15,916 
15,918 


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3 


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4,826 
7,750 

43 
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2,215 


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REF 2.2 



REFUGEE ARRIVALS INTO THE UNITED STATES 
BY NATIONALITY 



FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Nationality 


Refugee arrivals 


Nationality 


Refugee arrivals 


TOTAL 


93,252 


Laos 
Lebanon 


9,215 
5 


Afghanistan 


4,282 


Albania 


15 


Malawi 


9 


Angola 


108 


Malaysia 


2 


Australia 


1 


Mozambique 


2 


Austria 


20 


Namibia 


8 


Bangladesh 


3 


Pakistan 


4 


Belgium 


1 


Philippines 


4 


Botswana 


12 


Poland 


6,312 


Bulgaria 


117 


Portugal 


4 


China, Mainlard 


20 


Romania 


2,907 


Cuba 


453 


South Africa 


6 


Czechoslovakia 


697 


Spain 


4 


Egypt 


1 


Sudan 


35 


Ethiopia 


3,050 


Syria 


48 


France 


7 


Taiwan 


1 


German Democratic Rep. 


30 


Thailand 


31 


Greece 


17 


Turkey 


12 


Hungary 


534 


USSR 


2,747 


Indonesia 


2 


United Kingdom 


1 


Iran 


16 


Vietnam 


40,604 


Iraq 


1,986 


Yugoslavia 


6 


Israel 


5 


Zaire 


24 


Italy 


7 


Zambia 


2 


Kampuchea 


19,832 






Kenya 


3 


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REF 4.2 

REFUGEES GRANTED LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 







CUBAN 


INDOCHINESE 


REFUGEE 


REFUGEE 


ASYLEE 




COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 
REFUGEES 


REFUGEES 


REFUGEES 


PAROLEES 


ADJUSTMENTS 


ADJUSTMENTS 


OTHER 


PL 89-732 


PL 95-145 


PL 95-412 


PL 96-212 


PL 96-212' 




ALL COUNTRIES 


156.601 


1,965 


13,666 


48,826 


90,282 


1,859 


3 


EUROPE 


19,475 


26 


54 


9,514 


9.343 


536 


2 


ALBANIA 


6 




1 


1 


2 


2 




AUSTRIA 


11 




- 


6 


4 


1 




BELGIUM 


2 




- 


- 


2 


- 




BULGARIA 


106 




1 


31 


64 


10 


- 


CZECHOSLOVAKIA 


592 




1 


92 


472 


27 




ESTONIA 


4 






1 


- 


3 


- 


FRANCE 


44 




3 


18 


23 


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4 






1 


3 


- 


- 


GERMANY FEDERAL REP 


34 




- 


8 


21 


5 


- 


GREECE 


434 






152 


282 


- 


_ 


HUNGARY 


212 




1 


68 


113 


29 


1 


IRELAND 


2 




1 


1 




- 


- 


ITALY 


47 




1 


19 


25 


- 


- 


LATVIA 


8 




- 


5 


3 


- 


- 


LITHUANIA 


3 




- 


1 


2 


- 


- 


MALTA 


2 




- 


- 


2 


- 


- 


NETHERLANDS 


1 




1 




- 


_ 


_ 


POLAND 


830 


2 


2 


190 


274 


362 


- 


PORTUGAL 


3 






- 


2 


1 


_ 


ROMANIA 


2,348 


1 


8 


775 


1,509 


54 


1 


SPAIN 


71 


20 


- 


22 


23 


6 


- 


SWEDEN 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


- 


- 


USSR 


14,647 




30 


8,098 


6,491 


28 


- 


UNITED KINGDOM 


32 


_ 


1 


11 


20 


_ 


_ 


YUGOSLAVIA 


30 




3 


14 


5 


8 


- 


ASIA 


131,089 


4 


13,602 


38,547 


78,370 


565 


1 


AFGHANISTAN 


1,340 


- 


1 


22 


1,000 


317 


_ 


BAHRAIN 


1 




- 


- 


1 


- 




CHINA, MAINLAND 


1,867 


- 


85 


555 


1,205 


21 




CYPRUS 


25 




- 


7 


18 


- 




HONG KONG 


442 


_ 


8 


73 


360 


1 




INDIA 


10 




1 


- 


8 


1 




INDONESIA 


286 


_ 


11 


109 


166 


- 




IRAN .. 


701 


- 


- 


173 


434 


94 




IRAO .. 


1,648 


_ 


6 


343 


1,273 


26 




ISRAEL 


20 


- 


- 


8 


10 


2 




JAPAN 


35 


_ 


4 


8 


22 


1 




JORDAN 


41 


- 


- 


14 


25 


2 




KAMPUCHEA 


13,309 


- 


765 


3,036 


9,503 


5 




KOREA 


63 


- 


2 


14 


42 


5 




KUWAIT 


2 


- 


- 


1 


1 


- 




LAOS . 


36.398 


1 


4,719 


14,161 


17,515 


2 




LEBANON 


524 


2 


1 


193 


317 


11 




MACAU 


20 


- 


_ 


1 


19 


_ 




MALAYSIA 


348 




31 


92 


225 






MALDIVES 


1 




- 


1 


- 


- 




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2 




- 


- 


2 


- 




PAKISTAN 


17 




- 


4 


10 


3 




PHILIPPINES 


261 




10 


56 


188 


7 




SAUDI ARABIA 


3 




1 


- 


2 


- 




SINGAPORE 


9 




1 


3 


5 


- 




SRI LANKA 


6 






1 


5 


- 




SYRIA 


728 




- 


278 


446 


4 




TAIWAN 


43 




2 


13 


27 


1 




THAILAND 


2,661 




322 


1,131 


1,203 


5 




TURKEY 


752 






287 


462 


3 




VIETNAM 


69,523 




7,632 


17,962 


43,875 


53 




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See footnotes at end of table 



101 



REF 4.2 

REFUGEES GRANTED LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 
REFUGEES 


CUBAN 
REFUGEES 
PL 89-732 


INDOCHINESE 
REFUGEES 
PL 95-145 


REFUGEE 
PAROLEES 
PL 95-412 


REFUGEE 

ADJUSTMENTS 

PL 96-212 


ASYLEE 

ADJUSTMENTS 

PL 96-212 ' 


OTHER 


AFRICA 


1,659 






135 


1,175 


349 






2 

138 
1,381 

25 
19 

25 






52 
64 


84 
1,066 


1 
1 

1 

1 
1 
2 
251 
1 
3 

25 
17 
2 

4 
1 

1 
3 
16 

17 




BURUNDI 








CAPE VERDE 




CENTRAL AFRICAN REP 

DJIBOUTI 




EGYPT 
















KENYA 








LIBERIA 








MALAWI 












NAMIBIA 








REUNION 




SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

SIERRA LEONE 








SOUTH AFRICA 








TANZANIA 








ZAIRE 








OCEANIA 




AUSTRALIA 


4,125 


1,916 


5 


466 


1,360 


378 








NORTH AMERICA 




CANADA 


3,917 


3 

3 

1,900 


3 


2 
2 

455 


1,354 


205 




MEXICO 




UNITED STATES 




CARIBBEAN 




BARBADOS 


3,885 
22 

192 


1,895 
2 

1 
10 


2 

1 

1 


446 


1.352 


190 
13 

172 




CUBA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 








JAMAICA 




NETHERLANDS ANTILLES 
PUERTO RICO 




TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 






3 

178 

3 

242 


1 
3 
3 
2 

19 


1 

5 


161 


2 

27 


172 
30 




COSTA RICA 








HONDURAS 








PANAMA 




SOUTH AMERICA 






40 
2 
6 
157 
16 
2 


2 
6 


2 

2 
1 


23 

126 
4 


4 
3 
5 
2 


3 
1 
1 
24 




BOLIVIA 












COLOMBIA 













See footnotes at end of table. 



REF 4.2 

REFUGEES GRANTED LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS 

BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 
REFUGEES 


CUBAN 
REFUGEES 
PL 89-732 


INDOCHINESE 
REFUGEES 
PL 95-145 


REFUGEE 
PAROLEES 
PL 95-412 


REFUGEE 

ADJUSTMENTS 

PL 96-212 


ASYLEE 

ADJUSTMENTS 

PL 96-212' 


OTHER 


GUYANA 
PARAGUAY 
PERU .... 
URUGUAY 
VENEZUELA 


9 
5 
3 

4 
5 


6 
3 

- 


- 


2 
3 

1 

1 


3 

3 


1 


- 


UNKNOWN OR NOT 









ASYLEE ADJUSTMENTS TO LAWFUL PERMANENT RESIDENT STATUS ARE LIMITED BY LAW TO A MAXIMUM OF 
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NIM2 

FOREIGN LABORERS ADMITTED INTO THE UNITED STATES UNDER SPECIAL PROGRAMS 

YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1977-1982 



Country of 
last permanent residence 


1977 


1978 


1979 1980 


1981 


*1982 


Total 

Agricultural Laborers 


21,671 18,679 18,213 16,548 16,190 10,334 


Canada 


399 312 287 391 454 506 
11,661 10,955 12,246 11,004 11,566 6,374 


Spain (Basque sheepherders) 

Other Than Agricultural Laborers 

Canadian woodsmen to U.S 


206 274 258 149 206 185 

2.303 2,059 1,534 1,244 910 724 

4.304 3.077 2.713 2.355 2.719 2.208 


H2 workers admitted to Guam 


2,798 


2,002 


1,175 1,405 


335 


337 



*West Palm Beach did not report for this Period making the difference in West Indies Total. 



NAT 1.1 

DECLARATIONS OF INTENTION FILED, PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION FILED, 

PERSONS NATURALIZED, AND PETITIONS FOR NATURALIZATION DENIED 

FISCAL YEARS 1907 - 1982 



Period 


Declarations 
Filed 


Petitions 
Filed 


Persons Naturalized 




Total 


Civilian 


Military 


Denied 


1907-1982 


8.814,400 


11,307.231 


10.634.373 


10,011,771 


622.602 


499,940 


1907-1910 
1911-1920 
1921-1930 
1931-1940 
1941-1950 

1951-1960 


526,322 
2,686,909 
2,709,014 
1,369,479 

920,284 

323,818 


164.036 
1.381,384 
1.884,277 
1,637,113 
1,938,066 

1,230,483 


111.738 
1.128.972 
1,773.185 
1,518,464 
1,987,028 

1,189,946 


111,738 

884.672 

1.716.979 

1,498,573 

1,837,229 

1,148,241 


244,300 
56,206 
19,891 

149,799 

41,705 


17,702 
118,725 
165.493 
45.792 
64,814 

27.569 


1951 


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

144,892 


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

1,142,985 


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

1,120,263 


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

1.084.195 


975 
1,585 
1,575 
13,745 
1 1 ,958 
7.204 
845 
916 
1.308 
1.594 

36.068 


2 395 


1952 


2,163 
2,300 
2,084 
4 571 






1955 








2,948 
2,688 
2,208 
2,277 

23,557 


1958 


1959 




1961-1970 




15,921 
15.120 
14.478 
14.374 
13.082 
12.957 
12.465 
13.594 
14.102 
18.799 

124,005 


138,718 
129,682 
121,170 
113,218 
106,813 
104.853 
108.369 
103.085 
102.317 
114.760 

1.556,307 


132,450 
127,307 
124,178 
112,234 
104,299 
103,059 
104,902 
102,726 
98,709 
110,399 

1.464.772 


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

1.397,846 


1.719 
2.335 
2.560 
2.605 
3,085 
2,561 
2,691 
2,438 
5.458 
10,616 

66,926 




1962 . .. 


3 557 


1963 


2,436 






2,059 
2.029 


1966 






1,962 
2,043 


1969 




1971-1980 


27,978 


1971 


19,657 
21,151 
17,385 
14,043 
12,156 
10,714 
2,723 
7,500 
7.302 
6,012 
5,362 

9,677 


109,897 
121,883 
126,929 
136,175 
149.399 
157.932 
41.220 
186.354 
168,854 
165,434 
192,230 

372.580 


108.407 
116.215 
120,740 
131,655 
141.537 
142.504 
48,218 
159,873 
173.535 
164.150 
157,938 

340,005 


98,858 
107,740 
112.944 
124.807 
135.323 
136,873 

46,705 
154,568 
168,409 
158,276 
153,343 

332,298 


9,549 
8,475 
7,796 
6,848 
6.214 
5.631 
1.513 
5.305 
5.126 
5.874 
4,595 

7,707 


2,028 




1973 


1 708 


1974 


2 210 






1976 


2 231 


1976 TQ 


568 






1978 


3 894 


1979 


3 987 






1981-1982 


8,310 




4.881 
4,796 


171.073 
201.507 


166,317 
173 688 


162,227 

170 071 


4,090 
3,617 




1982 


3 994 











NAT 1.2 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS 

FISCAL YEARS 1978 - 1982 



Naturalization Provisions 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 




173,535 
143,133 
30,402 


164,150 
132,533 
31,617 


157,938 
129,404 
28,534 


166,317 
139,909 
26,408 






146,785 
26,903 






16,207 

9,035 
5,126 


15,293 

10,408 
5,874 


13,904 

9,960 
4,595 


14,147 

8,083 
4,090 


14 929 


Children, including adopted children, of U.S. citizen 




Military 


3,617 


Persons who served in the U.S. armed forces for 3 


10 

5,111 
5 
34 


16 

5,857 
1 
42 


11 

4,584 
75 


9 

4,079 
2 
88 




Persons who served in the U.S. armed forces during 
World War 1. World War II, the Korean hostilities. 




Lodge Act enlistees 

Other 


5 
24 


Surviving spouses of citizen members of the armed 


1 
16 

6 

6 
5 


3 

2 
9 

1 

1 

19 
6 


2 

4 
16 

5 

13 
34 


51 

1 
11 

5 
1 
6 

9 




Employees of nonprofit organizations engaged in 
disseminating information promoting U.S. 






3 






Philippine citizens who entered the United States 
prior to May 1, 1934, and have resided 




Certain inhabitants of the Virgin Islands who 




Former U.S. citizens who lost citizenship by 


1 


Former U.S. citizens who lost citizenship by entering 
the armed forces of foreign countries during 
World War II 


4 













109 



NAT 1.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMANY ' 

GERMANY. FED. REP. ' 

GERMAN DEM. REP. ' 

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 

ARABIAN PENINSULA 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BURMA 

CHINA' 

CHINA, MAINLAND ' 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

MALDIVES 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

See footnotes at end of table. 



152 
1,067 
6,670 



849 
332 
440 
740 
7,589 
2.119 

30,349 



NA 
NA 
5,551 
1,145 
20 
1,575 
8,898 
142 



181 

46 

129 

1,088 

5,187 

NA 

NA 

6,647 

1,195 

34 

1,307 

8,798 



32 
922 
194 
314 
550 
8,532 
3,273 

44,942 



24 

79 

5 

840 

155 

2,905 

4,117 



3,008 
46,772 



1,883 
294 
12 
323 
2,173 
38 

68 



1,031 
21 
62 
133 
879 
3,437 
NA 
NA 



9,345 
2.447 



20 
991 
155 
317 
613 
9,118 
2,881 



762 
8,065 
2,438 



1,211 
7,282 
2,021 



5 

354 

12,524 



1,636 

234 

562 

510 

1,687 

1,615 

1,157 



526 
1,844 
1,575 
1,364 
12 
6,007 



567 

482 

1,863 

1,421 

1,312 

22 

7,450 

5 

20 

947 



6,477 
397 
1,132 
672 
1,419 
1,550 
1,566 



NAT 1.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982— Continued 



PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN ' 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP ... 

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 



150 
89 

2,974 



2,251 
47 



358 
2,587 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 1.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


1973 


1974 


1975 


1976 


TO 
1976 


1977 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 


AUSTRALIA 


250 
39 

91 
49 
NA 

47 

64 
33,988 


255 

72 

75 
33 
NA 

30 

79 
36,050 


229 
107 

82 
37 
NA 

50 

90 
34,794 


243 

1 
77 

'I 

46 

99 
34,676 


75 
35 

25 
16 

13 

24 
16,720 


287 

145 

79 
24 

85 

139 
43,085 


240 
115 

84 
25 

165 
45,389 


209 

136 

90 

33 
3 

63 

133 
44,161 


195 
140 

90 
21 
2 

92 

97 
41,785 


184 
184 
2 
2 
73 
19 
1 

86 

129 
43,808 


180 


FIJI 


223 










NEW ZEALAND 


160 


PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 


42 






TONGA 


65 


TUVALU 




WESTERN SAMOA 


122 


NORTH AMERICA 


42,567 




4,739 
5,507 
21,170 


4,084 
5,206 
23,940 


3,548 
5,781 
22,692 


3,384 
5,602 
22,927 


1,077 
1,505 
13,323 


3,759 
6,301 
29,931 


3,594 
8,662 
29,315 


3,085 
8,046 
29,138 


2,823 
9,341 
25,426 


2,662 
9.545 
26,846 




MEXICO 


11 423 


CARIBBEAN 


23,630 




214 
17,415 

1,104 

1,015 
936 

486 
2,572 


50 

347 

18,394 

1.430 

1 

1,486 

1.533 

2,820 


52 

450 

15,546 

1,518 

21 

1,966 

2,152 

987 
2,773 


45 

545 

15,138 

1,538 

26 

2,088 

2,535 

1,012 
2,763 


20 

127 

11,137 

426 

8 

572 

709 

324 
815 


64 

529 

20,506 

1,904 

30 

1.870 

3,849 

1,179 
3,094 


74 

666 

16,053 

2,504 

2,273 
6,459 

1,258 
3,818 


86 

780 

13,317 

3,350 

55 

2,567 

7,632 

1,351 
3,892 


61 

538 

12,717 

3,392 

56 

1,748 

5,840 

1,074 
4,195 


44 

631 

11,329 

29 
5.720 

67 
1.990 
5,791 

40 

10 
1,195 
4,755 




BAHAMAS THE . .. 


39 


BARBADOS 


620 






DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


69 
5.369 






JAMAICA 


4 565 


ST LUCIA 


94 


ST, VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


18 
1.118 
4,842 




291 
318 
254 
502 
344 
863 

5,905 


342 
342 
287 
603 
418 
828 

6,579 


346 
342 
308 
540 
400 
837 

6,722 


305 
386 
315 
564 
363 
830 

6,764 


97 
126 
100 
154 

96 
242 

2,097 


348 
470 
401 
541 
415 
919 

8,302 


398 
695 
579 
707 
509 
930 

10,777 


435 
770 
525 
698 

463 
1,001 

10,825 


417 
988 
652 

619 
724 
795 

10,065 


451 
1,252 

756 

656 

1,004 

10,126 




COSTA RICA 


442 


EL SALVADOR 


1 187 






HONDURAS 


728 


NICARAGUA 


664 






SOUTH AMERICA 


10.243 




1,419 
267 
428 
390 

1,303 
800 
315 

591 

114 
209 

103 
878 


1,433 
273 
536 
441 

1,486 
862 
420 
83 
657 

162 
226 

35 
1,038 


1,378 
284 
484 
390 

1.699 
807 
524 
59 
710 

187 
200 

20 
1,439 


1,277 
260 
514 
421 

1,711 
796 
638 
67 
701 

201 
178 

12 
1,392 


417 
67 
151 
130 
558 
232 
191 
32 
209 

58 
52 

2 
341 


1,574 
287 
604 
539 

2,029 
880 
980 
77 
850 
2 
264 
216 

17 
862 


1,730 

344 

784 

636 

2.663 

1,257 

1,415 

88 

1,261 

2 

384 

213 

2 
430 


1,350 

237 

612 

551 

2,923 

1,187 

1,779 

85 

1,533 

2 

363 

203 

5 
376 


1,183 

276 

453 

586 

2.940 

1,189 

1,452 

67 

1.369 

6 

332 

212 

1 
270 


1,025 

251 

407 

549 

3,203 

1,290 

1.596 

40 

1.193 

34 

313 

225 

14 
244 








BRAZIL 


461 


CHILE 


529 


ECUADOR 


1 219 


GUYANA 


1,788 


PERU 


1 184 


SURINAME 


30 






VENEZUELA 


259 






STATELESS OR NOT 









' PRIOR TO FY 1982 HISTORICAL DATA FOR FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC ARE CONSOLIDATED 
UNDER GERMANY. 

' PRIOR TO FY 1982 HISTORICAL DATA FOR MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIWAN ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER CHINA. 
"' NOT APPLICABLE 



NAT 2.1 
PERSONS NATURALIZED BY GCr^^rAL AMD SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF 

FORMER ALLEGIANCE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



UNDER 
GENERAL 
PROVISIONS 



UNDER SPECIAL PROVISIONS 



TOTAL MARRIED TO CHILDREN OF 

NUMBER U.S.CITIZENS U.S. PARENTS 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA .... 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLjAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM. REP. . 
GERMANY, FED. REP 

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 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND ... 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAO 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 



79 

3 

559 

94 

2,121 

3,085 

953 

6 

678 



8,298 

235 

1,636 



194 
43 
42 
1,523 
17,697 
25 
102 



146,785 
32,589 



550 1 



35 

33 { 

1.332 

12.661 

21 



14,929 
2,712 



7,613 


685 


291 


182 


53 


43 


1,213 


423 


383 


839 


65 


37 


1,443 


353 


311 


841 


284 


213 


1,161 


201 


135 


559 


12 


5 


8,006 


5,482 


2,479 



2,654 
17 



3,617 
423 



113 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF 

FORMER ALLEGIANCE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



UNDER 
GENERAL 
PROVISIONS 



UNDER SPECIAL PROVISIONS 



SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP . 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

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 

NAURU 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER . 
PAPUA NEW GUINEA 



703 
1,658 
1,537 

839 
12,716 

230 

181 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY GENERAL AND SPECIAL NATURALIZATION PROVISIONS AND COUNTRY OR REGION OF 

FORMER ALLEGIANCE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


TOTAL 
NUMBER 


UNDER 
GENERAL 
PROVISIONS 


UNDER SPECIAL PROVISIONS 


TOTAL 
NUMBER 


MARRIED TO 
U.S.CITIZENS 


CHILDREN OF 
U.S. PARENTS 


MILITARY 


OTHER 




3 
65 

1 

122 
42,567 


3 
59 

89 
38,000 


6 

33 
4,567 


5 

15 
2,217 


1,280 


17 
1,068 




TONGA 




TUVALU 








WESTERN SAMOA 




NORTH AMERICA 


2 


CANADA 


2,672 
11,423 
23,630 


2,217 
10,020 
22,116 


455 
1,403 
1,514 


206 
740 
690 


139 
375 
372 


110 
287 
451 






. 


CARIBBEAN 


1 




4 

39 

620 

9.551 

89 
5,369 

80 
2,083 
4,565 

94 

1,118 
4,842 


3 
29 
564 
9.266 
78 
4.985 
67 

' 78 

14 

957 

3,647 


10 

56 
285 

11 
384 

13 
194 
379 

16 

4 

161 

1,195 


7 

30 

82 

9 

187 

8 

124 

178 

11 

3 

51 

581 


1 

3 

76 

1 

119 

1 

29 

106 

1 

1 

34 

394 


1 
2 

23 

127 

1 

77 

41 
95 

76 
220 


_ 






BARBADOS 








DOMINICA 




DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

HAITI 




ST. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 




BELIZE 


2 
442 

1,187 
785 
728 
664 

1,034 

10,243 


1 
317 

638 
582 
545 
665 

8,171 


1 
125 
288 
147 
146 
119 
369 

2,072 


46 
109 
67 
95 
69 
195 

967 


66 
150 
69 
21 
34 
54 

915 


1 
13 
29 
11 
30 
16 
120 

190 








EL SALVADOR 




GUATEMALA 








NICARAGUA 








SOUTH AMERICA 






1,021 

237 

461 

529 

3,161 

1,219 

1,788 

68 

1,184 

30 

286 

259 


895 

184 

354 

391 

2,198 

1,086 

1,597 

57 

922 

29 

254 


126 

53 
107 
138 
963 
133 
191 

11 
262 

i 


32 
46 
80 

260 
60 

136 

188 
1 
28 
33 

3 


17 
15 
55 
53 
648 
36 
18 
3 

4 


10 
6 
6 
5 
55 
37 
37 
4 
26 








BRAZIL 




CHILE 








ECUADOR 












PERU 












VENEZUELA 




STATELESS OR NOT 
REPORTED 


j i 
82I 7P| 

















115 



NAT 3.1 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SEX AND AGE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982 



SEX AND AGE 



NUMBER 

NATURALIZED 
UNDER 18 YEARS 

18-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 

OVER 

MALES 

UNDER 18 YEARS 

18-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 

OVER 

FEMALES 

UNDER 18 YEARS 

18-19 YEARS 

20-24 YEARS 

25-29 YEARS 

30-34 YEARS 

35-39 YEARS 

40-44 YEARS 

45-49 YEARS 

50-54 YEARS 

55-59 YEARS 

60-64 YEARS 

65-69 YEARS 

70-74 YEARS 

75-79 YEARS 

80 YEARS AND 

OVER 



120,740 
4.470 
3,423 



19,235 
18,313 
13,439 
9,689 
7,164 
4,480 
3,867 
2,508 
1,327 



6,849 
7,755 
8,430 
9,050 
6,721 
4,743 
3,426 
2,146 



,253 



10,805 
9,263 
6,718 
5,146 
3,738 
2,334 
1,964 
1,255 



131,655 
5,386 
3.806 
15.807 
19.022 
21.507 
20,251 
14,528 
10,914 
7,664 
4,584 



60.823 
2.533 
1.721 
7,710 
8,019 
9.150 



70.832 
2.853 
2,085 
8,097 
11,003 
12,357 
10,587 
7,502 
5,718 



141,537 
5,545 
3,749 
17.053 
20.564 
24.272 
22,456 
15,742 
11,393 
8,055 
4,797 
3,626 
2,317 
1,180 



66,587 
2,571 
1.721 
8,287 
8.689 
10,547 
11.036 
7,872 
5 

3.936 
2.289 
1.849 



74,950 
2,974 
2,028 
8,766 
11,875 
13,725 
1 1 ,420 
7,870 
5,728 



16,284 
19,531 
24.907 
23.275 
16.394 
11.525 
8.213 
4,851 
3,506 
2,244 



66,007 
2,747 
1,762 
7.584 



11.344 
8.193 
5.710 
3.899 
2.347 
1.739 
1.110 
583 



76,497 
3,248 
2,038 
8,700 
11.663 
14.167 
11.931 
8,201 
5.815 
4.314 
2.504 
1,767 
1,134 
569 
279 



48,218 
1,913 
1.815 
5.470 
6.158 
7.917 
7.346 
5.327 
3.953 
3.134 



22,244 

872 

848 

2,632 

2.443 

3.386 

3.570 

2.530 

1.936 

1.454 

916 

685 

499 



25.974 
1.041 
967 
2.838 
3,715 
4,531 
3.776 
2.797 
2.017 



981 



4.502 
17.093 
20.383 
28,501 
26,422 
18,648 
12,807 
9,420 
5,812 
3,836 
2,615 
1,422 
630 



73,377 
3.277 
2.130 
8.073 
8,273 
12.173 
12.61 
9,243 
6,213 
4.377 
2,724 
1.822 
1,277 
702 
320 



9.405 
6.594 
5.043 



78,746 
3,724 
2,240 
8,323 
9,184 
13,373 
13,908 
10,021 
6,511 
4,457 
2,957 
1,679 
1,277 
621 
315 



18,921 
15,791 
10.787 
6.933 
5.157 



4,367 
17,406 
22,179 
29.974 
26.025 
18.592 
12.296 

8,718 



74,706 
4,348 
2,112 
8,265 
9,662 
12,800 
12,007 
8,779 
5,750 
4.100 
2.712 
1.630 
1.275 
709 
368 



9,813 
6,546 
4,618 



9.801 
3.012 
16,293 
20,634 
28,624 
24,031 
17,841 
1 1 ,807 
8,786 
6,302 
4,054 
3,156 



70,653 

l!385 
7,365 
8,732 

12,045 

10.S 
8,479 
5.642 
3, 

2.908 

1.878 

1.461 

935 

495 

259 



87,285 
5.657 
1.627 



16.579 

9!362 
6,165 
4,790 
3,394 



NAT 3.2 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



COUNTRY OF 


TOTAL 


UNDER 


20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-59 


60-69 


70-79 


80-1- 


FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


20 YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


ALL COUNTRIES 


173,688 


10,749 


45,075 


59,277 


31,620 


15,767 


7,634 


3,052 


514 


MALES 


79,393 


4,747 


20,504 


26,690 


14,933 


7,411 


3,496 


1,374 


238 


FEMALES 


94!295 


6,002 


24,571 


32,587 


16,687 


8,356 


4,138 


1,678 


276 


EUROPE 


36,541 


1,433 


9,553 


11,162 


7,474 


4,232 


1,798 


703 


186 


MALES 


16,964 


699 


4,613 


5,282 


3,315 


1,902 


808 


283 


62 


FEMALES 


19,577 


734 


4,940 


5,880 


4,159 


2,330 


990 


420 


124 


ALBANIA 


71 


- 


11 


20 


9 


18 


7 


6 




MALES 


41 


- 


7 


14 


5 


10 


3 


2 




FEMALES 


30 


- 


4 


6 


4 


8 


4 






AUSTRIA 


206 


6 


19 


77 


48 


28 


16 






MALES 


75 


3 


9 


30 


18 


7 


5 






FEMALES 


131 


3 


10 


47 


30 


21 


11 






BELGIUM 


136 


4 


30 


41 


29 


23 


6 






MALES 


55 


3 


15 


15 


11 


7 


2 






FEMALES 


81 


1 


15 


26 


18 


16 


4 






BULGARIA 


102 


3 


10 


38 


28 


13 


7 






MALES 


69 


1 


7 


32 


20 


4 


4 






FEMALES 


33 


2 


3 


6 


8 


9 


3 






CZECHOSLOVAKIA 


434 


5 


53 


173 


80 


70 


29 


17 




MALES 


219 


2 


27 


84 


44 


36 


13 






FEMALES 


215 


3 


26 


89 


36 


34 


16 






DENMARK 


133 


2 


15 


34 


54 


20 


3 






MALES 


50 


1 


8 


7 


19 


11 


2 






FEMALES 


83 


1 


7 


27 


35 


9 


1 






ESTONIA 


11 


- 


1 


- 


2 


2 


2 






MALES 


1 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


1 






FEMALES 


10 


- 


1 


- 


2 


2 


1 






FINLAND 


108 


1 


18 


36 


20 


8 


14 






MALES 


30 


1 


7 


9 


6 


2 


3 






FEMALES 


78 




11 


27 


14 


6 


11 






FRANCE 


895 


23 


156 


320 


224 


125 


35 






MALES 


318 


17 


82 


112 


54 


42 


8 


2 




FEMALES 


577 


6 


74 


208 


170 


83 


27 


6 




GERMAN DEM REP 


245 


11 


33 


78 


78 


30 


12 


2 




MALES 


62 


8 


17 


8 


15 


9 


5 


- 




FEMALES 


183 


3 


16 


70 


63 


21 


7 


2 




GERMANY, FED REP 


2,681 


136 


503 


847 


805 


282 


81 


20 




MALES 


772 


68 


212 


172 


190 


91 


28 


8 




FEMALES 


1,909 


68 


291 


675 


615 


191 


53 


12 




GREECE 


4,397 


152 


1,213 


1,581 


789 


484 


138 


32 




MALES 


2,454 


67 


567 


1,024 


445 


262 


76 


10 




FEMALES 


1,943 


85 


646 


557 


344 


222 


62 


22 




HUNGARY 


771 


11 


123 


266 


164 


116 


58 


22 


11 


MALES 


377 


7 


61 


133 


90 


54 


22 


9 




FEMALES 


394 


4 


62 


133 


74 


62 


36 


13 


10 


ICELAND 


23 


- 


1 


9 


10 


2 


- 


1 




MALES 


11 


- 


1 


6 


4 


- 


- 






FEMALES 


12 


- 




3 


6 


2 


- 


1 




IRELAND 


657 


3 


87 


213 


202 


105 


32 


13 




MAIES 


266 


2 


40 


83 


86 


38 


13 


2 




FEMALES 


391 


1 


47 


130 


116 


67 


19 


11 




ITALY 


4.078 


155 


1,296 


1,112 


729 


444 


194 


120 


28 


MAIES 


2,136 


70 


727 


597 


397 


214 


79 


38 


14 


FEMALES 


1,942 


85 


569 


515 


332 


230 


115 


82 


14 


LATVIA 


66 




4 


5 


16 


12 


16 


8 




MAIES 


19 


_ 


1 


1 


5 


6 


3 


3 




FEMALES 


47 


- 


3 


4 


11 


6 


13 


5 




LIECHTENSTEIN 


3 


- 


- 


1 


1 


1 




- 




FEMALES 


3 




- 


1 


1 


1 








LITHUANIA 


59 


1 


1 


10 


16 


10 


13 


6 




MALES 


21 


1 


- 


4 


6 


4 


4 


2 




FEMALES 


38 


- 


' 


6 


10 


® 


9 


4 









PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



LUXEMBOURG 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MALTA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MONACO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NETHERLj^NDS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NORWAY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

POLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

PORTUGAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 

ROMANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SAN MARINO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SPAIN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SWEDEN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SWITZERLAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

U.S.S.R 

MALES 

FEMALES 

UNITED KINGDOM 

MALES 

FEMALES 

YUGOSLAVIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

ASIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

AFGHANISTAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BAHRAIN 

FEMALES 

BANGLADESH 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BURMA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CHINA, MAINLAND . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CYPRUS 

MALES 

FEMALES 



1,182 
3,085 
1,517 



1,709 

1,681 

8,456 

3,! 

4.862 

1,729 



80,189 

37,252 

42,937 

77 



6,132 
2,586 
3,546 



217 


311 


146 


324 


346 


165 


.169 


976 


4i; 


536 


511 


218 


633 


465 


195 


191 


276 


18£ 


105 


136 


9£ 


86 


140 


89 


- 


3 


1 



277 
2,630 
1,225 
1,405 

519 

250 



8.145 

10.524 

15 



2.125 

2.076 

83 



13,514 
6.898 
6.616 



74 



5,329 

2,826 

2,503 

3 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



UNDER 
JO YEARS 



3,91 
235 



261 

864 

1,362 

870 

492 

571 

345 

226 

13,488 

4,496 

8,992 



2,535 
2,325 



410 


877 


230 


540 


180 


337 


108 


399 


47 


95 


61 


304 


519 


470 


302 


336 


217 


134 


189 


234 


105 


159 


84 


75 


3,514 


4,208 


816 


1,201 



7,179 

10,518 

25 



3,684 
1,620 
2,064 



8 
822 
527 
295 

6,758 

2,; 



270 
208 
62 

3,122 
1,265 
1,857 



50 
142 
71 
71 
703 
421 
282 
,658 
632 



119 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 



80 + 
YEARS 



THAILAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

TURKEY 

MALES 

FEMALES 

VIETNAM 

MALES 

FEMALES 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

MALES 

FEMALES 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

MALES 

FEMALES 

AFRICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

ALGERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

ANGOLA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BENIN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BOTSWANA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

BURUNDI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CAMEROON 

MALES 

CAPE VERDE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CENTRAL AFRICAN REP . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CONGO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

DJIBOUTI 

FEMALES 

EGYPT 

MALES 

FEMALES 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

MALES 

ETHIOPIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

GAMBIA, THE 

MALES 

GHANA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

GUINEA 

MALES 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

FEMALES 

IVORY COAST 

MALES 

FEMALES 



442 

397 

12,716 

6,722 

5,i 

230 

209 

21 

181 

156 

25 

3,264 

1,786 

1,478 

23 



2,318 

2,056 

74 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



UNDER 
20 YEARS 



70-79 
YEARS 



KENYA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

LESOTHO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

LIBERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

LIBYA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MADAGASCAR 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MALAWI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MALI 

MALES 

MAURITIUS 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MOROCCO 

MALES 

FEMALES , 

MOZAMBIQUE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NAMIBIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NIGER 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NIGERIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

RWANDA 

MALES 

SAO TOME & PRINCIPE 

MALES 

SENEGAL 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SEYCHELLES 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SIERRA LEONE 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SOMALIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SOUTH AFRICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SUDAN 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SWAZILAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

TANZANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 



UNDER 
20 YEARS 



20-29 
YEARS 



30-39 
YEARS 



40-49 
YEARS 



TOGO ... 
MALES 
FEMALES 

TUNISIA 
MALES 
FEMALES 

UGANDA 
MALES 
FEMALES 

UPPER VOLTA 
FEMALES 

ZAIRE ... 
MALES 
FEMALES 

ZAMBIA 
MALES 
FEMALES 

ZIMBABWE 
MALES 
FEMALES 



OCEANIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

AUSTRALIA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

FIJI 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NAURU 

MALES 

NEW ZEALAND 

MALES 

FEMALES 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER . 

MALES 

FEMALES 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

MALES 

TONGA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

TUVALU 

MALES 

VANUATU 

MALES 

WESTERN SAMOA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

NORTH AMERICA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CANADA 

MALES 

FEMALES 

MEXICO 

MALES 

FEMALES 

CARIBBEAN 

MALES 

FEMALES , 



59 

42,567 
18,305 
24,262 
2,672 
1.242 
1,430 
1 1 ,423 
4,990 
6,433 
23,630 
10.325 
13,305 



13,645 
6,165 
7,480 



10,720 
4,371 
6,349 



5,316 
2,162 
3,154 



7,676 

3,268 

4,408 

592 

269 

323 



2,122 

2,846 

346 



1,045 
473 
572 
3,139 
1,347 
1,792 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continuecl 



COUNTRY OF 


TOTAL 


UNDER 


20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-59 


60-69 


70-79 


80-1- 


FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


20 YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 




1 






, 




1 






MALES 


i 








_ 


. 








FEMALES 




1 






^ 


_ 








BAHAMAS THE 


3S 


3 


8 


12 


3 


8 




2 


_ 


MALES 


22 


1 


6 


A 


3 


5 






_ 


FEMALES 


17 


2 


2 


£ 




3 








BARBADOS 


62C 


8 


128 


20- 


147 


72 


46 


9 


3 


MALES 


27C 


2 


58 


9C 


64 


28 


22 




2 


FEMALES 


35C 


6 


70 


117 


83 


44 


23 


6 


1 


CUBA .. 


9,551 


305 


3,513 


1,20E 


1,890 


1,562 


766 


275 


33 


MALES 


4,34S 


142 


1,749 


4ie 


822 


732 


343 


128 


15 


FEMALES 


5,202 


163 


1,764 


787 


1,068 


830 


425 


147 


18 


DOMINICA 


eg 


1 


16 


At 


18 


4 








MALES 


39 


1 


4 


21 


9 


2 






_ 


FEMALES 


5C 


- 


12 


24 


9 


2 






_ 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


5,369 


217 


1,753 


1,56£ 


975 


544 


253 


50 


8 


MALES 


2,264 


78 


770 


65C 


447 


205 


90 


16 


5 


FEMALES 


3,105 


139 


983 


9ie 


528 


339 


163 


34 


3 


GRENADA 


80 


1 


13 


31 


24 


8 








MALES 


42 


- 




15 


15 


4 








FEMALES 


38 


1 


5 


ie 


9 










HAITI .... 


2,083 


51 


752 


61C 


399 


180 


67 


20 


. 


MALES 


1,070 


22 


367 


317 


230 


91 


39 


4 




FEMALES 


1,013 


29 


385 


29e 


169 


89 


28 


16 


1 


JAMAICA 


4,565 


156 


979 


1,20C 


1,114 


643 


357 


106 


10 


MALES 


1,729 


73 


397 


479 


416 


226 


111 


25 


2 


FEMALES 


2,836 


83 


582 


721 


698 


417 


246 






ST. LUCIA 


94 


3 


19 


46 


16 


5 




_ 




MALES 


46 


2 


9 


20 


11 


3 


1 


_ 




FEMALES 


48 


1 


10 


28 


5 


2 




_ 




ST. VINCENT & GRENAD 


18 


1 


3 


5 


2 


4 


3 


_ 


_ 


MALES 


12 


_ 


1 


5 


1 


4 








FEMALES 


6 


1 


2 




1 




2 


_ 




TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 


1,118 


49 


289 


381 


224 


109 


53 


12 


1 


MALES 


480 


23 


144 


140 


92 


47 


28 


5 


1 


FEMALES 


638 


26 


145 


241 


132 


62 


25 


7 




CENTRAL AMERICA 


4,842 


443 


1,103 


1,725 


881 


438 


188 


53 


11 


MALES 


1,748 


204 


462 


591 


276 


144 


56 


13 


2 


FEMALES 


3,094 


239 


641 


1,134 


605 


294 


132 


40 


9 


BELIZE 


2 


- 


1 


- 




1 








MALES 


2 




1 


_ 


. 




_ 


_ 




COSTA RICA 


442 


74 


106 


141 


76 


33 


11 


■• 




MALES 


158 


27 


47 


48 


26 


6 


3 


1 




FEMALES 


284 


47 


59 


93 


50 


27 


8 


_ 


_ 


EL SALVADOR 


1,187 


161 


227 


397 


245 


118 


33 


5 


< 


MALES 


440 


88 


93 


147 


74 




10 




_ 


FEMALES 


747 


73 


134 


250 


171 


90 


23 


5 


1 


GUATEMALA 


785 


76 


128 


347 


140 




22 


3 


1 


MALES 


315 


33 


55 


133 


56 


27 


9 




1 


FEMALES 


470 


43 


73 


214 


84 


41 


13 


2 




HONDURAS 


728 


29 


210 


260 


123 


79 


19 


6 


2 


MALES 


254 


13 


80 


89 


31 


35 


4 




1 


FEMALES 


474 


16 


130 


171 


92 


44 


15 


5 


1 


NICARAGUA 


664 


37 


149 


210 


131 


70 


38 


24 


5 


MALES 


209 


18 


48 


62 


42 


21 


11 


7 




FEMALES 


455 


19 


101 


148 


89 


49 


27 


17 


5 


PANAMA 


1,034 


66 


282 


370 


166 


69 


65 


14 


2 


MALES 


370 


25 


138 


112 


47 


26 


19 


3 




FEMALES 


664 


41 


144 


258 


119 


43 


46 


11 


2 


SOUTH AMERICA 


10,243 


1,052 


2,330 


3,351 


2,150 


936 


326 


87 


11 


MALES 


4,645 


516 


1,137 


1,460 


975 


391 


130 


31 


5 


FEMALES 


5,598 


536 


1,193 


1,891 


1,175 


545 


196 


56 


6 


ARGENTINA 


1,021 


36 


245 


308 


262 


125 


37 


7 




MALES 


522 


17 


138 


162 


130 


58 


15 


2 




FEMALES 


499 


19 


107 


146 


132 


67 


22 


5 


1 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE, SEX, AND AGE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 


TOTAL 


UNDER 


20-29 


30-39 


40-49 


50-59 


60-69 


70-79 


80-1- 


FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


20 YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


YEARS 


BOLIVIA 


237 


16 


45 


106 


50 


17 


2 


, 




MALES 


102 


3 


20 


48 


23 


7 




- 




FEMALES 


135 


13 


25 


58 


27 


10 


1 


1 




BRAZIL . 


461 


60 


131 


128 


77 


43 


18 


3 




MALES 


196 


28 


68 


48 


29 


15 


6 


1 




FEMALES 


265 


32 


63 


80 


48 


28 


12 


2 




CHILE ... 


529 


56 


102 


187 


110 


45 


20 


8 




MALES 


263 


29 


49 


97 


53 


24 


7 


4 




FEMALES 


266 


27 


53 


90 


57 


21 


13 


4 




COLOMBIA 


3,161 


690 


645 


849 


646 


230 


74 


24 




MALES 


1,333 


345 


305 


310 


258 


80 


28 


5 




FEMALES 


1,828 


345 


340 


539 


388 


150 


46 


19 




ECUADOR 


1,219 


61 


363 


413 


238 


109 


28 


5 




MALES 


582 


33 


209 


167 


103 


52 


15 


2 




FEMALES 


637 


28 


154 


246 


135 


57 


13 






GUYANA 


1,788 


39 


450 


651 


306 


218 


100 


22 




MALES 


801 


15 


200 


302 


141 


93 


38 


12 




FEMALES 


987 


24 


250 


349 


165 


125 


62 


10 




PARAGUAY 


68 


3 


12 


26 


19 


5 


2 


1 




MALES 


32 


2 


7 


11 


10 


- 


1 


1 




FEMALES 


36 


1 


5 


15 


9 


5 


1 


- 




PERU .... 


1,184 


56 


183 


510 


305 


91 


27 


11 




MALES 


560 


28 


73 


240 


157 


44 


14 


3 




FEMALES 


624 


28 


110 


270 


148 


47 


13 


8 




SURINAME 


30 


1 


9 


8 


3 


4 


5 






MALES 


15 


- 


5 


3 


1 


3 


3 


- 




FEMALES 


15 


1 


4 


5 


2 


1 


2 


- 




URUGUAY 


286 


6 


56 


87 


99 


27 


8 


3 




MALES 


129 


4 


20 


38 


56 


9 




1 




FEMALES 


157 


2 


36 


49 


43 


18 


7 


2 




VENEZUELA 


259 


28 


89 


78 


35 


22 


5 


2 




MALES 


110 


12 


43 


34 


14 


6 








FEMALES 


149 


16 


46 


44 


21 


16 


4 


2 




STATELESS OR NOT REPORTED ... 


82 


_ 


17 


30 


15 


12 


7 


1 




MALES 


44 


_ 


10 


17 


8 


5 


4 






FEMALES . . . 


38 


- 


7 


13 


7 


7 


3 


^ 









NAT 3.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SEX, MARITAL STATUS, MEDIAN AGE, AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 

FISCAL YEARS 1978 - 1982 



Sex, marital status, 
median age, and occupation 


1978 


1979 


1980 


1981 


1982 










166,317 

75,567 

19.635 

52,598 

535 

2,779 

NA 

20 


173.688 

79.393 

21.493 

54.579 

516 

2.751 

47 

7 


Males 
Total 

Single 

Married 

Widowed 

Divoiced 

Separated 

Unknown 


78,746 
20,186 
55,569 
406 
2,585 
NA 


74,706 
20,445 
51,168 
427 
2,666 
NA 


70,653 
18,296 
49,243 
523 
2,591 
NA 


Females 
Total 
Single 
Married 
Widowed 
Divoiced 
Separated 
Unknown 


94,789 
19,641 
68,591 
2,322 
4,235 
NA 


89,444 
19,718 
62,957 
2,476 
4,293 
NA 


87,285 
18,652 
61,296 
2,884 
4,453 
NA 


90,750 
19,002 
63.789 
3.088 
4.852 
NA 
19 


94.295 
20.035 
66.424 
3.023 
4.732 
71 
10 


Males per 1 000 females 


831 


835 


809 


833 


842 


Median age (years) 
Both sexes 
Males 
Females 


35.3 
35.9 
34.8 


34.7 
35.1 
34.5 


35.1 
35.8 
34.7 


35.1 
35.5 
34.8 


34.9 
35.1 
34.6 


Major occupation group 


29,248 

10,054 

4,137 

17,120 

15,059 

16,054 

1,337 

5,112 

101 

390 

14,991 

987 

58,945 


23,946 

10,140 

3,873 

16,270 

14.307 

15,814 

1,447 

4,626 

137 

397 

15,058 

968 

57,167 


23,190 

10,859 

4,221 

14,598 

12,665 

15,551 

1,273 

4.631 

118 

494 

14,141 

975 

55,222 


25,636 
11,722 

4,296 
16,538 
13,155 
16,616 

1,620 

4,717 

123 

700 

15,510 

1.222 

54.462 


28.087 
11,471 

4,691 
16,353 
13,228 
16,043 

1,681 

4,737 
118 

1,034 
15,833 

1,141 

59,271 






Clencal and kindred workers 
Craftsmen and kindred workers 
Operatives, except transport 
Transport equipment operatives 


Farmers and farm managers 
Farm laborers and farm foremen 
: Service workers, except private tiousehold 
Private tiousehold workers .. 
Housewives, children, and otners with no 

occupation reported 


NOTE: NA indicates data are not available 






















125 



NAT 4.1 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY STATE OR TERRITORY OF RESIDENCE 

FISCAL YEARS 1973-1982 



STATE OR 

TERRITORY 

OF RESIDENCE 



1976 



Total 

ALABAMA 

ALASKA 

ARIZONA 

ARKANSAS 

CALIFORNIA 

COLORADO 

CONNECTICUT 

DELAWARE 

DIST. OF COLUMBIA .... 
FLORIDA 

GEORGIA 

HAWAII 

IDAHO 

ILLINOIS 

INDIANA 

IOWA 

KANSAS 

KENTUCKY 

LOUISIANA 

MAINE 

MARYLAND 

MASSACHUSETTS 

MICHIGAN 

MINNESOTA 

MISSISSIPPI 

MISSOURI 

MONTANA 

NEBRASKA 

NEVADA 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

NEW JERSEY 

NEW MEXICO 

NEW YORK 

NORTH CAROLINA 

NORTH DAKOTA 

OHIO 

OKLAHOMA 

OREGON 

PENNSYLVANIA 

RHODE ISLAND 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

SOUTH DAKOTA 

TENNESSEE 

TEXAS 

UTAH 

VERMONT 

VIRGINIA 

WASHINGTON 

WEST VIRGINIA 

WISCONSIN 

WYOMING 

US TERRITORIES 

& POSSESSIONS 

GUAM 

PUERTO RICO 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 

ALL OTHER 



20,482 

810 

2,377 

242 



863 
2,099 

104 
8,798 



222 

2.190 

4,410 

3,520 

631 

235 



9,063 

330 

23,760 

608 

74 

3,260 

317 

647 

3,473 



834 



2,833 
121 

8,801 
877 
350 
431 
352 



2,463 
5,921 
3,386 



133 
1,950 
2,002 



135 
26,834 

878 
3,509 

284 

683 
10,576 



2,227 
5,448 
3,674 



307 
327 
259 

8,207 

314 

31,700 

693 

107 

3,74 
276 
734 

3,499 
810 

409 



142.504 

308 
282 



24,182 
1,235 
4,083 



5,548 

3,116 

904 



7,679 
319 
697 



1,120 

147 

27,835 



305 

2,710 
5,532 
3,271 
1,321 
215 
1,403 



161 
4,098 

453 
1,032 
4,046 
1,015 

531 
93 

437 
5,544 

443 

137 
2,230 
2,011 

313 

1,246 

76 



337 
1,069 

100 
36,544 
1,297 
3,242 

287 



484 
675 
545 
924 

213 

4,368 
5,519 
3,518 
1,261 



148 
365 
319 
278 

16,751 

371 

31,840 



5.725 
434 
179 



367 

512 

1.448 

139 

30.212 

1,222 

3,392 

358 

448 

11.757 



3.120 
8.251 
4.534 



13.860 
261 

37.225 
650 
121 
3.328 
438 
907 



333 

5.843 

332 



1.044 

163 

39,424 



3,473 

221 

8.039 



3.61 

6.269 

3.71 

1.515 
189 

1.062 
110 
379 
460 



11.465 
381 

29.557 
1.057 

129 
2,916 

374 
1.173 



134 
1.653 
2.222 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 

CONNECT- 
ICUT 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA ,,. 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM. REP. 
GERMANY, FED. 

REP 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.SS.R 

UNITED KINGDOM .... 
YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BURMA 

CHINA. MAINLAND ,.. 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 



3,390 
8,456 
1,729 



8,298 

235 

1.636 



194 
43 
42 
1,523 
17,697 
25 



33,658 
4,278 



2,926 
1,381 



10,137 
1,097 



66 
2,462 



102 



15 


2 


65 


42 


248 


68 


24 


15 




2 


36 




168 


44 


7 


- 


19 


I 


12 


10 


318 


30 


7 


14 


60 


4 



127 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



CALIFORNIA 



CONNECT- 
ICUT 



SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN 

REP 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL 

GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA. THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

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 

NAURU 

NEW ZEALAND 
PACIFIC IS, TRUST 
TER 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


Total 


CALIFORNIA 


CONNECT- 
ICUT 


FLORIDA 


HAWAII 


ILLINOIS 


MARYLAND 


MASSACHU- 
SETTS 


PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
SOLOMON ISLANDS . 
TONGA 


3 
3 
65 
1 
1 
122 

42,567 


2 
30 
1 

40 

6,195 


513 


6,438 


7 

52 
53 


1 
1,191 


1 
349 


- 






VANUATU 


_ 


WESTERN SAMOA .... 
NORTH AMERICA 


1,222 




2,672 
11,423 
23,630 


415 

3,868 

738 


89 
11 
353 


177 

58 

5,829 


12 
14 
19 


42 
739 
281 


25 
14 
198 


237 




16 


CARIBBEAN 


778 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 
BAHAMAS. THE 


39 

620 

9.551 

89 

5,369 

80 

2,083 

4,565 

94 

18 

1,118 
4,842 


3 

8 

519 

36 

29 
92 

49 

1,174 


13 

61 

31 
2 

44 

188 

3 

' 
7 
60 


26 

14 

5,090 

1 

125 

5 

139 

375 

7 

47 
374 


2 

5 

2 

1 
1 
3 

5 
8 


4 
154 

16 

41 
62 

1 

3 
129 


3 
50 
3 

11 
5 
10 
82 

31 
112 


56 




71 


DOMINICA 


- 


DOMINICAN 


215 


GRENADA 


3 




224 


JAMAICA 


158 






ST. VINCENT & 
GRENAD 




TRINIDAD & 

TOBAGO 


51 


CENTRAL AMERICA .. 


191 




2 
442 

1,187 
785 
728 
664 

1,034 

10,243 


1 
55 
490 
182 
57 
286 
103 

948 


18 

10 
5 
6 

7 

216 


60 
42 
47 
76 
62 
87 

842 


1 
2 

1 

2 

18 


3 
26 
70 
15 

14 

200 


6 
45 
30 

5 
10 
16 

205 


- 


COSTA RICA 


28 


EL SALVADOR 


61 
36 


HONDURAS 


42 




5 




19 


SOUTH AMERICA 


333 


ARGENTINA 


1,021 

237 

461 

529 

3,161 

1,219 

1,788 

68 

1,184 

286 
259 

82 


168 
47 
55 
99 

200 

113 
30 
10 

170 
13 
29 
14 

2 


26 

1 
17 

8 
83 
23 
24 

19 

6 
9 

2 


74 
16 
35 
61 
375 
66 
46 

3 
95 

6 
16 
49 


3 

2 

3 
4 
3 

1 

1 
1 


23 

7 
9 
5 
58 
42 
12 

32 

2 
6 


21 

17 

33 
40 
18 
38 
4 
19 

4 
2 


49 


BOLIVIA 


12 




30 


CHILE 


14 


COLOMBIA 


149 




21 


GUYANA 


8 




3 




28 


SURINAME 


- 




g 


VENEZUELA 


13 


STATELESS OR NOT 
REPORTED 









129 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA . 
DENMARK . 
ESTONIA 
FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM, REP. 
GERMANY, FED, 

REP 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

USSR, 

UNITED KINGDOM , 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BURMA 

CHINA. MAINLAND ... 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 



10,742 
2,832 



37,122 
10,387 



3,976 
1,295 



2 


57 


381 


3,085 


36 


118 


722 


1,358 


13 


25 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



NEW YORK 



OTHER 
STATES 
& TERRI- 
TORIES 



SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN 

REP 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL 

GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

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 



NAT 4.2 

ALIENS NATURALIZED BY SELECTED STATES OF RESIDENCE 

AND COUNTRY OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 



COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


MICHIGAN 


NEW 
JERSEY 


NEW YORK 


OHIO 


PENNSYL- 
VANIA 


TEXAS 


VIRGINIA 


WASHI- 
NGTON 


OTHER 
STATES 
& TERRI- 
TORIES 


NAURU 


80 
374 


1 
2,801 


4 

2 

2 

11,669 


287 


2 

z 

468 


7 

3 
4,652 


1 

1 
175 


12 

2 

3 

1 
367 








PACIFIC IS. TRUST 

TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
SOLOMON ISLANDS . 

TONGA 

TUVALU 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA ... 

NORTH AMERICA 


16 
24 

22 

5,813 


CANADA 

MEXICO 

CARIBBEAN 


142 
71 
112 


24 
2,441 


257 

100 

10,053 


92 
51 
95 


105 
19 
278 


63 

4,175 

229 


32 
10 
82 


164 
136 


752 
2,117 
2,116 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 
BAHAMAS, THE ... 
BARBADOS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 


45 

1 

9 

4 
47 

6 
49 


2 

16 
1,592 

2 

368 

9 

137 

265 

1 

49 
268 


446 
902 

3,914 

8 

1,335 

2,815 

4 

4 

623 
1,259 


4 
26 

10 

5 

41 

1 

8 

49 


13 
52 

22 

21 
148 

21 
66 


3 
109 

34 

3 
9 
35 
3 

31 
185 


1 
30 
1 

9 

6 

20 
- 

_ 

15 
51 


13 

3 


3 
7 

36 
832 

74 


DOMINICAN 




GRENADA 


42 


HAITI 


76 






ST LUCIA 


73 


ST. VINCENT & 




TRINIDAD & 

TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA .. 


828 


BELIZE 

COSTARICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 
HONDURAS 
NICARAGUA 
PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 


10 
12 
5 
6 
5 
11 

202 


42 
68 
41 
61 
35 
21 

1,303 


117 
218 
158 
267 
101 
398 

3,907 


7 
16 

6 
10 

3 

7 

108 


15 
11 
6 
13 
17 

230 


14 
20 
28 
28 
25 
70 

297 


11 

3 
23 

72 


8 

7 
4 
3 
13 

72 


1 
70 
139 
146 
141 
105 
226 

1,290 


ARGENTINA 


19 

25 
11 
115 

7 
5 
8 

3 


120 
12 
48 
46 
446 
174 
129 
3 
226 

77 
21 


282 

38 
102 
100 
975 
598 
1,310 
10 
348 

84 
59 

71 


15 

I 

17 
6 

14 

5 
5 


43 
6 

16 
10 
70 
19 
21 

3 
20 

1 

' 

4 


37 
14 
13 

21 
15 
10 
29 

12 
12 

2 


8 


5 

1 


130 


BOLIVIA 


55 


CHILE 

COLOMBIA 


51 9 
221 ?fi 


101 
470 


ECUADOR 

GUYANA . . .. 


9 
5 

10 

6 

4 


4 
2 

18 


92 
113 


PARAGUAY 


10 


PERU 


147 


URUGUAY 


32 




51 


STATELESS OR NOT 
REPORTED 





















NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



173,688 
590 
395 



187 
2,143 



- 


6 


375 


5,090 


46 


249 


11 


17 


256 


4,256 


22 


262 



DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 



GERMANY, 
FED. REP. 



See footnotes at end of table. 



133 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 



GERMANY, 
FED. REP. 



FLORIDA 

ST. PETERSBURG 

FORT LAUDERDALE . 

HIALEAH 

HOLLYWOOD 

NOT REPORTED 

GEORGIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ATLANTA 

SAVANNAH 

COLUMBUS 

MACON 

NOT REPORTED 

IDAHO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

ILLINOIS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHICAGO 

PEORIA 

ROCKFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

INDIANA 

FORT WAYNE 

GARY 

INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUTH BEND 

HAMMOND 

NOT REPORTED 

IOWA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DES MOINES 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

NOT REPORTED 

KANSAS 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

WICHITA 

TOPEKA 

NOT REPORTED 

KENTUCKY 

URBAN 

LOUISVILLE 

LEXINGTON 

LOUISIANA 

URBAN 

NEW ORLEANS 

BATON ROUGE 

SHREVEPORT 

METAIRIE 

MAINE 

URBAN 

MARYLAND 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BALTIMORE 

NOT REPORTED 

MASSACHUSETTS 

NOT REPORTED 

URBAN 



2 

6,646 

117 



39 

1,253 

126 



65 

258 

258 

2,972 

2 

2,433 

532 

5 

6.690 

6 

4,232 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 

DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 



MASSACHUSETTS 

BOSTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

NEW BEDFORD .. 

SPRINGFIELD 

WORCESTER 

MICHIGAN 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DETROIT 

FLINT 

GRAND RAPIDS .. 

DEARBORN 

LANSING 

LIVONIA 

WARREN 

NOT REPORTED . 
MINNESOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DULUTH 

MINNEAPOLIS 

ST. PAUL 

NOT REPORTED . 
MISSISSIPPI 

URBAN 

JACKSON 

MISSOURI 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

ST. LOUIS 

INDEPENDENCE . 

SPRINGFIELD 

NOT REPORTED ,, 
MONTANA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NEBRASKA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

OMAHA 

LINCOLN 

NOT REPORTED .. 
NEVADA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LAS VEGAS 

NEW HAMPSHIRE .. 

URBAN 

NEW JERSEY 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CAMDEN 

ELIZABETH 

JERSEY CITY 

NEWARK 

PATERSON 

TRENTON 

NOT REPORTED .. 
NEW MEXICO 

URBAN 

ALBUQUERQUE ... 
NEW YORK 

RURAL 



1,374 
253 
296 
322 
207 

4,638 
94 



10,742 

1,126 

7,000 

33 

600 

719 

581 



273 
37,122 



See footnotes at end of table. 



135 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 



DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 



GERMANY, 
FED. REP. 



NEW YORK 

URBAN 

ALBANY 

BUFFALO 

NEW YORK 

ROCHESTER 

SYRACUSE 

NOT REPORTED . 
NORTH CAROLINA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHARLOTTE 

GREENSBORO .... 

WINSTON-SALEM 

RALEIGH 

NOT REPORTED . 
NORTH DAKOTA ... 

RURAL 

URBAN 

OHIO 

PARMA 

NOT REPORTED . 

RURAL 

URBAN 

AKRON 

CANTON 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

TOLEDO 

YOUNGSTOWN ... 
OKLAHOMA 

URBAN 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

TULSA 

NOT REPORTED . 
OREGON 

URBAN 

PORTLAND 

NOT REPORTED . 
PENNSYLVANIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ERIE 

PHILADELPHIA .... 

PITTSBURGH 

SCRANTON 

ALLENTOWN 

NOT REPORTED . 
RHODE ISLAND 

URBAN 

PROVIDENCE 

SOUTH CAROLINA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

COLUMBIA 

NOT REPORTED . 
SOUTH DAKOTA .... 

RURAL 

URBAN 

TENNESSEE 

URBAN 

CHATTANOOGA .. 



5,350 
36 



123 
3,021 
61 
2,148 
346 
59 
207 



See footnotes at end of table. 



136 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 



434 



1,107 
296 
145 

2,197 
392 
657 



72 
180 

3,375 
150 
452 

2,083 

187 

498 

5 

274 



32 


8 


8 


23 


2 


8 


8 


13 


20 


5 


10 


2 


5 


- 


6 


2 


2 


8 


7 


2 


3 


2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



137 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 


TOTAL 


CANADA 


CHINA, 
MAINLAND 


COLOMBIA 


CUBA 


DOMIN- 
ICAN 
REPUBLIC 


GERMANY, 
FED, REP, 


GREECE 


HAITI 


INDIA 




2,750 

629 

2,120 

1,303 

1,303 

704 

704 

4 

4 


12 
2 
10 

1 

1 


130 

2 

128 

15 
15 


3 

62 
62 

1 
1 


5 

5 

429 

429 

3 

3 


2 

2 

404 
404 
12 
12 


12 
3 
9 

2 
2 


\ 


1 

9 
9 




URBAN 




HONOLULU 


. 


NOT REPORTED 




PUERTO RICO 


1 






VIRGIN ISLANDS 

NOT REPORTED 


3 


UNKNOWN OR NOT 
REPORTED 


- 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 



TOTAL 

ALABAMA 

BIRMINGHAM 

MOBILE 

MONTGOMERY 

NOT REPORTED 

ARIZONA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

PHOENIX 

TUCSON 

NOT REPORTED 

ARKANSAS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LITTLE ROCK 

CALIFORNIA 

ANAHEIM 

FRESNO 

GLENDALE 

SAN JOSE 

SANTA ANA 

TORRANCE 

GARDEN GROVE 

HUNTINGTON 

BEACH 

RIVERSIDE 

SAN BERNARDINO . 

STOCKTON 

NOT REPORTED 

RURAL 

URBAN 

LONG BEACH 

LOS ANGELES 

OAKLAND 

SACRAMENTO 

SAN DIEGO 

SAN FRANCISCO 

BERKELEY 

PASADENA 

COLORADO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DENVER 

COLORADO 

SPRINGS 

NOT REPORTED 

CONNECTICUT 

RURAL 

BRIDGEPORT 

HARTFORD 

NEW HAVEN 

WATERBURY 

NOT REPORTED 

DELAWARE 

URBAN 

DISTRICT OF 

COLUMBIA 

WASHINGTON 

FLORIDA 

URBAN 

JACKSONVILLE 

MIAMI 

TAMPA 

ST. PETERSBURG .... 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 

FLORIDA 

FORT LAUDERDALE . 

HIALEAH 

HOLLYWOOD 

NOT REPORTED 

GEORGIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ATLANTA 

SAVANNAH 

COLUMBUS 

MACON 

NOT REPORTED 

IDAHO 

RURAL 

URBAN 

NOT REPORTED 

ILLINOIS 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHICAGO 

PEORIA 

ROCKFORD 

NOT REPORTED 

INDIANA 

FORT WAYNE 

GARY 

INDIANAPOLIS 

SOUTH BEND 

HAMMOND 

NOT REPORTED 

IOWA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

DES MOINES 

CEDAR RAPIDS 

NOT REPORTED 

KANSAS 

URBAN 

KANSAS CITY 

WICHITA 

TOPEKA 

NOT REPORTED 

KENTUCKY 

URBAN 

LOUISVILLE 

LEXINGTON 

LOUISIANA 

URBAN 

NEW ORLEANS 

BATON ROUGE 

SHREVEPORT 

METAIRIE 

MAINE 

URBAN 

MARYLAND 

RURAL 

URBAN 

BALTIMORE 

NOT REPORTED 

MASSACHUSETTS 

NOT REPORTED 

URBAN 

BOSTON 

CAMBRIDGE 

See footnotes at end of table. 



1 


24 


4 


IS 


- 


5 


3 


18 


2 


3 


48 


19 


7 


1 


41 


18 


739 


1,043 


10 


8 


18 


43 


678 


973 


7 


7 


20 


5 


6 


7 


118 


123 



28 


20 


14 


2 


6 


11 


3 




10 


13 


5 


32 


5 


19 


- 


10 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



249 


73 


32 


2 


22 


4^ 


106 


16 


12 


: 


9 


1 


66 


7 


19 


4 


1 


2 


18 


2 


60 


58 


26 


36 


28 


17 


6 


5 



11 


- 


5 


21 


1 


10 


31 


212 


35 


11 


150 


15 


20 


62 


20 


265 


100 


1,211 


357 


36 


236 


3 


- 


1 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



NEW YORK 

NEW YORK 

ROCHESTER 

SYRACUSE 

NOT REPORTED ... 
NORTH CAROLINA .. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

CHARLOTTE 

GREENSBORO 

WINSTON-SALEM . 

RALEIGH 

NOT REPORTED ... 
NORTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

OHIO 

PARMA 

NOT REPORTED .. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

AKRON 

CANTON 

CINCINNATI 

CLEVELAND 

COLUMBUS 

DAYTON 

TOLEDO 

YOUNGSTOWN 

OKLAHOMA 

URBAN 

OKLAHOMA CITY 

TULSA 

NOT REPORTED .. 
OREGON 

URBAN 

PORTLAND 

NOT REPORTED .. 
PENNSYLVANIA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

ERIE 

PHILADELPHIA 

PITTSBURGH 

SCRANTON 

ALLENTOWN 

NOT REPORTED ., 
RHODE ISLAND 

URBAN 

PROVIDENCE 

SOUTH CAROLINA .. 

RURAL 

URBAN 

COLUMBIA 

NOT REPORTED ... 
SOUTH DAKOTA 

RURAL 

URBAN 

TENNESSEE 

URBAN 

CHATTANOOGA .... 

KNOXVILLE 

MEMPHIS 

NASHVILLE 



2,501 
19 
2 



See footnotes at end of table. 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



KOREA MEXICO 



PHILIP- 
PINES 



See footnotes at end of table. 



150 
150 

605 

605 

1,489 



143 



NAT 4.3 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY SPECIFIED COUNTRIES OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE 

AND BY RURAL AND URBAN AREA AND CITY ' 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



CLASS OF PLACE 
AND CITY 


ITALY 


JAMAICA 


KOREA 


MEXICO 


PHILIP- 
PINES 


PORTUGAL 


UNITED 
KINGDOM 


USSR 


VIETNAM 


OTHER 


PUERTO RICO 


6 
6 


3 
3 
6 
6 


6 
6 
2 
2 


13 
13 
2 
2 


58 
58 
2 
2 

1 

1 


2 
2 


18 
18 
338 
338 


- 


1 
1 
1 
1 


272 


VIRGIN ISLANDS 

VIRGIN ISLANDS 


332 
332 


UNKNOWN OR NOT 
REPORTED 


2 



' RURAL - POPULATION OF LESS THAN 2,500. 
URBAN - POPULATION OF 2,500 TO 99,999, 
CITIES - POPULATION OF 100,000 OR MORE. 



NAT 5.1 
PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 





Total 










OCCUPATI 


ONS 












COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


Total 


PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 


ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 


SALES 


CLER- 
ICAL 


CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 


OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 


TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 


LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 


FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MGRS. 


SERV- 
ICE 


NO OC- 
CUPA- 
TION 


ALL COUNTRIES 


173,688 


114,417 


28.087 


11,471 


4.691 


16,353 


13,228 


16,043 


1,681 


4,737 


1.152 


16.974 


59,271 


EUROPE 


36,541 


24.663 


4.568 


2,796 


1,087 


3,072 


3,715 


3,864 


433 


1,112 


126 


3.888 


11.878 












2 


3 


5 






1 




12 


25 


AUSTRIA 


206 


127 


36 


26 


10 


18 


10 


9 


2 






16 


79 


BELGIUM 


136 


75 


26 


12 


5 


9 


1C 


2 


- 


1 




10 


61 


BULGARIA 


102 


81 


11 


13 




5 


15 


9 


10 


3 




15 


21 


CZECHOSLOVAKIA , ., 


434 


298 


84 


42 


14 


14 


58 


28 


4 


12 




41 


136 


DENMARK 


133 


77 


20 


19 


8 


9 


8 


2 


1 


4 




6 


56 


ESTONIA 


11 


1 
















_ 




1 


10 




108 
895 


54 
605 


17 
131 


3 
97 


3 
51 


10 
98 


7 
55 


2 
38 


6 


1 
20 




11 
104 


54 


FRANCE 


290 


GERMAN DEM. REP. . 


245 


138 


27 


15 


7 


22 


21 


13 




7 




26 


107 


GERMANY, FED. 




























REP 


2,681 


1.546 


252 


176 


112 


294 


240 


134 


16 


64 




252 


1,135 


GREECE 


4,397 


2.976 


260 


530 


100 


181 


596 


439 


46 


95 


11 


718 


1,421 


HUNGARY 


771 
23 


533 
17 


124 
3 


40 
3 


24 
1 


48 
5 


120 
2 


74 


10 


23 




68 
2 


238 


ICELAND 


6 


IRELAND 


657 


443 


119 


50 


31 


55 


64 


22 


7 


23 




72 


214 




4,078 


2.767 


214 


307 


102 


299 


534 


590 


40 


227 




448 


1,311 


LATVIA 


66 


39 


9 


7 


3 


3 


7 


6 








3 


27 


LIECHTENSTEIN 


3 


1 




- 




_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 




1 


2 


LITHUANIA 


59 


33 


9 


5 


- 


4 


3 


7 


- 


2 




3 


26 


LUXEMBOURG 


12 


5 


_ 


2 


- 


2 


- 


- 


- 


1 






7 




79 


48 


5 


5 


1 


9 


9 


5 


1 


- 




13 


31 


MONACO 


1 


NETHERLANDS 


559 


369 


99 


47 


17 


56 


56 


27 


9 


11 


11 


36 


190 


NORWAY 


94 


58 




7 


5 




11 


5 


1 


2 




4 


36 


POLAND 














272 


324 




78 




232 


630 


PORTUGAL 


3,085 


2.424 


127 


129 


47 


199 


320 


1,091 


34 


240 


34 


203 


661 


ROMANIA 


953 
6 


678 
3 


178 
1 


66 
1 


25 


70 


116 
1 


76 


17 


27 


3 


100 


275 


SAN MARINO 


3 


SPAIN 


678 


440 


95 


49 


24 


27 


66 


52 


6 


27 


6 


88 


238 


SWEDEN 


126 


82 


21 


18 


4 


17 




1 


2 


3 


- 


8 


44 


SWITZERLAND 


174 


104 


30 


25 


5 


10 


10 


2 


1 


2 


1 


18 


70 


USSR 


3 390 


2.375 


789 


224 


90 


256 


320 


254 


103 


41 


8 


290 


1,015 


UNITED KINGDOM 


8.456 


5,489 


1,458 


671 


318 


1,108 


533 


364 


74 


120 


23 


820 


2,967 














78 


238 


276 


28 


76 


4 


267 


491 


ASIA 


80,189 


52,111 


17,793 


5,436 


1,819 


6,623 


4,595 


6,179 




1.893 


484 


6,926 


28,078 


AFGHANISTAN 


77 


58 


21 


19 


7 


2 


2 


1 


1 


_ 


_ 


5 


19 


BAHRAIN . 


2 








- 


1 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1 


BANGLADESH 


223 


136 


68 


15 


2 


10 


7 


g 


1 


3 


- 


22 


87 


BURMA 










6 


32 


16 


30 


4 


7 


- 


32 


120 


CHINA, MAINLAND .. 


9,969 


7,152 


1,725 


928 


216 


742 


281 


1,217 


52 


74 


41 


1,876 


2,817 


CYPRUS 


237 


159 


28 


28 


3 


13 


21 


25 




2 


- 


39 


78 




8,298 
235 


6,158 
162 


3.977 
63 


603 
22 


137 
5 


509 
27 


204 
11 


221 
16 


20 
1 


107 


59 


321 

17 


2,140 


INDONESIA 


73 


IRAN 


1,636 

904 

1,796 


1.138 

616 

1.225 


547 
87 
398 


218 
150 
260 


85 
28 
112 


69 
115 


65 
57 
148 


35 
79 
59 


13 
8 
39 


27 
49 
21 


7 
9 
5 


72 
40 
68 


498 


IRAQ 


288 


ISRAEL 


571 


JAPAN 


1,125 

1.362 

571 


527 
807 
422 


135 
150 
103 


54 
219 
29 


25 
75 
9 


63 

79 
59 


38 
72 
53 


64 
88 

74 


2 

16 
3 


31 
35 
31 


5 


110 
69 
57 


598 


JORDAN 


555 


KAMPUCHEA 


149 


KOREA 


13,488 


6.050 


1,257 


1.125 


207 


571 


588 


1,036 


49 


255 


46 


916 


7.438 




9 




557 
1.729 
194 
43 
42 
1.523 


388 
1.061 
132 
29 
25 
1.073 


97 
277 
51 
17 
7 
601 


32 
206 
17 
4 
1 
142 


4 
53 
11 

47 


53 
95 
15 
3 
5 
87 


43 

138 

8 

5 
41 


81 

10 
2 
3 

42 


2 
15 
2 

14 


32 
56 
3 

19 


1 
5 
1 

15 


43 

105 

14 

3 

65 


169 




668 


MALAYSIA 


62 




14 




17 


PAKISTAN 


450 







PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 

OCCUPATIONS 



PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 



ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 



CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 



OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 



TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 



LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 



FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 

MGRS. 



PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 
YEMEN (ADEN) 
YEMEN (SANAA) . 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 
CENTRAL AFRICAN 

REP 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL 

GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MALI 

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 



176 



183 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF FORMER ALLEGIANCE AND MAJOR OCCUPATION GROUP 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





Total 


OCCUPATIONS 




COUNTRY OF 
FORMER ALLEGIANCE 


Total 


PRO- 
FES- 
SIONAL 


ADMINI- 
STRA- 
TIVE 


SALES 


CLER- 
ICAL 


CRA- 
FTS- 
MEN 


OPERA- 
TIVES 
EXC. 

TRANS- 
PORT 


TRANS- 
PORT 

OPERA- 
TIVES 


LABOR- 
ERS 
EXC. 
FARM 


FARM 
LABOR- 
ERS 
AND 
MGRS. 


SERV- 
ICE 


NO OC- 
CUPA- 
TION 


OCEANIA 


602 


510 


100 


37 


25 


87 


70 


52 


12 


46 


7 


74 


292 


AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

NAURU 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST 

TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
SOLOMON ISLANDS . 

TONGA 

TUVALU 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA .... 

NORTH AMERICA 


180 

223 

2 

160 

42 
3 
3 

65 

122 
42,567 


106 

162 

2 

90 

20 
2 

53 

73 
28,091 


40 

13 
1 
31 

3 
3 

3.519 


14 
9 

1 
5 

2 

2 

3 
2,303 


9 
10 

2 

1 

1 

2 
1,360 


16 
28 

11 

6 

1 
14 

11 
5,038 


7 
19 

9 

4 
1 

7 

23 
3.747 


4 
21 

13 

9 

- 

5 
4.564 


3 

3 

6 

714 


4 
23 

9 

2 

5 

3 
1.464 


5 

2 
507 


12 
31 

10 

2 

9 

10 
4.875 


74 
61 

70 

22 

1 
2 
12 

4^ 
14.476 


CANADA 

MEXICO 


2,672 
11,423 
23,630 


1,645 
6.801 
16,620 


501 

505 

2,155 


244 

307 

1,550 


100 
245 
872 


274 

932 

3.195 


229 
1,063 
1.986 


85 
1.243 
2.769 


22 
217 
433 


65 
921 
381 


14 
431 
42 


937 
3.237 


1,027 
4,622 


CARIBBEAN 


7.010 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 
BAHAMAS, THE 


4 

620 

'■'11 

5,369 

80 

2,083 

4,565 

94 

18 

1,118 
4,842 


2 

29 

518 

6,335 

69 

3.512 

69 

1.527 

3.600 

72 

14 

873 
3,025 


80 

788 

5 

238 

626 

13 

1 

170 
358 


5 

22 

862 

2 

336 
2 
79 

-I 

61 
202 


17 
532 
10 

128 
6 
31 

109 
5 

33 
143 


4 

114 

1.471 

9 

481 

7 

262 

630 

205 
637 


2 

6 

66 

692 

12 

444 
18 
156 
410 
15 

4 

161 
469 


- 

47 
1,003 

7 

1.110 

5 

263 

277 

8 

47 
467 


148 
5 

110 
3 
69 
73 
3 

2 

12 
42 


2 
12 

192 
5 

59 
3 
34 
63 
2 

1 
97 


1 
2 
23 

3 

2 
9 

2 
20 


6 
150 
624 

603 

411 

1,224 

13 

4 

174 
590 


2 

10 
102 


CUBA .. 


3.216 


DOMINICA 


20 


DOMINICAN 
REPUBLIC 


1,857 


GRENADA 






556 


JAMAICA 

ST. LUCIA 

ST VINCENT & 
GRENAD 


965 
22 

4 


TRINIDAD & 

TOBAGO . ... 


245 


CENTRAL AMERICA .. 


1,817 




2 
442 

1,187 
785 
728 
664 

1,034 

10,243 


1 
247 
747 
484 
493 
392 
661 

6.715 


27 
67 
53 
46 
59 
106 

1,232 


18 
42 
29 
22 
43 
48 

624 


11 
34 
20 
25 
17 
36 

293 


48 
157 

82 
106 

86 
158 

1.280 


40 
101 
72 
75 
52 
128 

895 


36 
138 
86 

101 
53 
53 

1.090 


3 

14 
12 
5 
4 
4 

126 


20 
28 

12 

15 
150 


1 
12 
3 
2 
2 

17 


52 
162 
99 
99 
65 
113 

1,008 


1 


COSTA RICA 


195 


EL SALVADOR 


440 
301 


HONDURAS 


235 


NICARAGUA 


272 




373 


SOUTH AMERICA 


3,528 


ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 


1,021 

237 

461 

529 

3,161 

1 219 


714 
156 
275 
342 
1.697 


157 
44 
58 
87 
292 
106 
258 
9 
135 
9 
32 
45 

11 


107 
10 
21 

47 

67 

111 

2 

74 

24 
16 

9 


40 

7 
14 
13 

32 
48 
3 
32 

7 
8 

3 


93 
28 
54 
43 
304 

372 

138 
2 
28 
45 

5 


120 

18 
36 
38 
229 
126 
166 
9 
116 
2 
24 
11 

10 


66 

26 
28 
317 
227 
160 
8 
185 
2 
46 
11 


9 
2 
7 
10 
30 
14 
18 

27 

7 
2 


19 
5 
14 
12 
38 
15 
13 

22 
3 
2 
6 

1 


3 

3 
2 
3 

2 

2 

- 


100 
28 
42 
62 

252 
98 

248 
9 

122 
1 
28 
18 

10 


307 
81 
186 




187 


COLOMBIA 


1,464 


ECUADOR 


364 




1,788i 1,396 
68 j 45 
1,184 853 
30 21 
286 199 
259 162 


392 




23 


PERU 


331 




9 




87 


VENEZUELA 


97 


STATELESS OR NOT 
REPORTED 


82 


57 


25 



147 



NAT 5.2 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTH' 



1981 
AND 
1982 



ALL COUNTRIES .... 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA .... 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN 

DEMOCRATIC 
REP 

GERMANY. FEDERAL 
REP 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

USSR 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BRUNEI 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND .... 
CHRISTMAS ISLAND . 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 



264 

2,787 
39 
4,449 
809 
23 
647 



2,172 
3,006 
1,043 



3.467 
4.665 
1.772 



1.391 
71 



4,747 
547 



32,246 
5,375 



35,899 
3,627 



NAT 5.2 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



1981 
AND 
1982 



CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTR' 



BEFO- UN- 
RE KNO- 
1970 WN 



LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BOTSWANA 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CENTRAL AFRICAN 

REP 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EOUATORIAL 

GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA. THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 

MALAWI 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIOUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGERIA 

REUNION 

RWANDA 

SAO TOME & 

PRINCIPE 

SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 



12,736 
241 
205 



PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRY 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 



CALENDAR 



EAR OF ENTRY 



974 1973 



ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE . 



OCEANIA 

AMERICAN SAMOA ... 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

KIRIBATI 

NAURU 

NEW CALEDONIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST 

TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 
PITCAIRN ISLANDS ... 
SOLOMON ISLANDS . 

TONGA 

VANUATU 

WESTERN SAMOA .... 



NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

ST PIERRE & 

MIOUELON 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS . 

CAYMAN ISLANDS .. 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN 

REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLAND 

ANTILLES 

PUERTO RICO 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS .. 

ST, LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & 
GRENAD 

TRINIDAD & 

TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS 



119 
43,715 



US. VIRGIN 

ISLANDS 

CENTRAL AMERICA . 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 



7 
2,665 



NAT 5.2 

PERSONS NATURALIZED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR OF ENTRY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 





Total 


CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


1981 
AND 
1982 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


1970 


BEFO- 
RE 
1970 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 


1,025 
9,930 


23 

125 


25 
252 


23 

212 


43 
478 


62 
387 


116 
1,816 


107 
1,283 


84 
811 


53 
551 


41 
443 


33 
368 


57 
399 


358 
2,805 






996 

236 

404 

527 

3,041 

1,197 

3 

7 

1,777 

54 

1,163 

30 

281 

214 

3 


4 

16 
4 

63 
6 

24 
2 


5 
2 
13 
23 
191 
3 

: 

10 
3 


3 
3 
8 
14 
151 
8 

6 


42 
17 
17 
41 
159 
24 

74 

77 

13 
12 


31 
7 
18 
31 
134 
26 

52 
2 
70 

7 
9 


141 
46 
51 
101 
326 
125 

2 
642 
18 
285 
3 
53 
22 


132 

23 
63 
290 
132 

349 
8 
180 
3 
52 
18 

1 


Vs 

30 
41 
194 
121 

1 

196 

4 

105 

25 
13 


56 
9 
18 
33 
153 
73 

2 
60 

1 
18 
17 


32 
15 
18 

1?I 
84 

95 

1 
27 

1 
19 

9 


36 
10 
10 
17 
102 
65 

84 
3 

19 
1 

15 
6 


48 

7 
19 
20 
135 
75 

57 
2 

15 
2 

13 
6 


405 

68 

163 

116 

1,025 

455 

2 

3 

109 

12 

277 

14 

61 

95 

1 


_ 


BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 


- 




_ 


COLOMBIA 




ECUADOR 

FALKLAND ISLANDS . 
FRENCH GUIANA 




PARAGUAY 




PERU 






_ 


URUGUAY 








UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 





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NAT 7.1 

CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED BY REASON FOR CLAIM 

FISCAL YEARS 1959 - 1982 

Reason for claim 

'°''' ^^Z Na.ura„za„on Na.ura„za.ion Na-a,^.on ^^^ Marnage .o ^^^l;- Resumption 

WrthLhrJn °"3'her of mother "'""'^ citizen .'^'"f" dunng of citizenship Other 

birth abroad parents ^,^p,^,^^^ husband ^«",^,^9^ by mother 

25.162 6,907 7.429 3.601 5.596 86 920 230 27 366 

26.906 10.061 5.691 2.922 6.741 124 921 151 38 257 

30,942 13.281 5.358 2.958 7.928 81 951 148 17 220 

31.589 14,057 4,864 2,591 9.025 81 692 160 5 114 

34,755 15.875 4.709 2.868 10.391 65 549 144 12 142 

35.321 17.194 4.069 2,949 10.305 55 487 97 15 150 

35,007 17.617 4,167 2,610 9,812 54 506 94 11 136 

32,446 16.297 4.064 2,413 8,678 114 571 173 21 115 

33,123 15,918 5,146 2,481 8,860 95 406 89 18 110 

33,379 17,631 4,362 2,482 8,356 64 302 80 15 87 

29,739 16,606 3,219 2.223 7,232 44 256 55 28 76 

30,318 17,225 3,442 2,109 7,151 47 219 35 35 55 

28,882 15,453 3,358 2,381 7,256 61 191 37 35 110 

30,261 14,457 3,223 3,006 8,870 53 207 35 19 391 

30,804 13,485 2.922 3,303 9,976 44 177 30 14 853 

33,586 14,229 2,750 4,131 11,698 32 115 16 8 607 

27,731 12,028 2,027 3.269 10.230 37 85 7 3 45 

19.940 10.308 1.291 1,904 6,236 26 49 8 1 117 

4,224 1,895 293 427 1,582 4 12 1 1 9 

19,755 9,176 1,164 1,798 7,515 32 40 3 8 19 

22,426 9,906 1,203 2,232 9,005 31 25 7 6 11 

22,843 8,738 1,059 2,650 10,257 33 28 8 23 47 

22,861 7.494 1,159 3,219 10,822 30 15 - 23 99 

20.757 5.253 1.103 3.411 10.827 26 18 2 14 103 

24.991 5.653 1.488 4.014 13,645 61 10 4 14 102 



NAT 7.2 

ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

AND REASON FOR CLAIM 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



CITIZEN- 
SHIP 
ACQUIRED 
AT BIRTH 
ABROAD 



IZATION 
OF BOTH 
PARENTS 



MARRIAGE 
OF 
MOTHER 
TO CITI- 
ZEN STEP- 
FATHER 



MARRIAGE 

TO A 

CITIZEN 

HUSBAND 



RESUMP- 
TION OF 
CITIZEN- 
SHIP BY 
MOTHER 



OTHER 
REASONS 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 
CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

USSR 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 



13.645 
2,085 



ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

AND REASON FOR CLAIM 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 


CITIZEN- 
SHIP 
ACQUIRED 
AT BIRTH 
ABROAD 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 

OF 
FATHER 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 

OF 
MOTHER 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 
OF BOTH 
PARENTS 


MARRIAGE 
OF 
MOTHER 
TO CITI- 
ZEN STEP- 
FATHER 


MARRIAGE 

TO A 

CITIZEN 

HUSBAND 


RESUMP- 
TION OF 
CITIZEN- 
SHIP BY 
MOTHER 


OTHER 
REASONS 


SAUDI ARABIA 


28 
23 
12 
64 
299 
275 
73 
2,506 
3 
13 

513 


5 

1 
6 
19 
50 
31 
137 

5 

87 


1 

2 
3 
17 
12 
8 
60 

6 

25 


3 
2 

7 
7 

138 

3 

421 

55 


19 
17 
2 
48 
224 
68 
31 
1,880 
2 
2 

345 


2 

4 












SRI LANKA 




SYRIA 










4 


TURKEY 




4 




YEMEN (SANAA) 




AFRICA 


1 


ALGERIA 


8 
9 
10 

150 
22 
12 
1 
42 

18 
1 

15 
5 
9 
1 
6 
5 
2 
2 
104 
2 

18 
42 

14 
96 


2 

1 
6 
13 
3 

7 
4 
5 
1 
9 

5 

14 

1 

1 
3 

1 

41 


5 
2 

2 

3 

1 

4 

1 

1 
3 
6 


1 
2 
1 

16 
3 
1 

3 
3 

2 

1 

1 
2 

13 

2 

1 
8 


4 
7 
5 

123 
4 
8 

30 

12 

5 
6 

3 

1 
1 
73 

1 

15 
34 

8 
2 

40 






I 




ANGOLA 








CONGO 




EGYPT 








GHANA 




GUINEA 








LIBERIA 












MOROCCO 


- 






NIGER 








SENEGAL 




SEYCHELLES 








SOUTH AFRICA 




SUDAN 








TANZANIA 




UGANDA 








ZAMBIA 








OCEANIA 


^ 




36 
15 
3 
11 
23 
1 
1 
1 
5 

6,029 


11 

3 
3 
20 

2 
2,493 


5 
315 


3 
1 

1 

1,173 


20 

14 

3 

2 
1,984 


16 


2 


10 


^ 


FIJI 




FRENCH POLYNESIA 








PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 


- 






TONGA 








NORTH AMERICA 


36 




1,374 

1,885 

1 

2,269 


807 
1,339 

201 


102 
115 

61 


97 
191 

693 


356 

200 

1 

1,289 


3 
8 

2 


2 


2 

7 

1 


5 
5 


MEXICO 


UNITED STATES 




CARIBBEAN 


22 


ANGUILLA 


2 
36 
32 
47 
20 


7 
2 
16 
2 
2 


1 
2 


2 

14 
5 

18 
4 


5 
19 
24 


1 


- 


- 












BARBADOS 




BERMUDA 


- 


CAYMAN ISLANDS 


6 


":i 4l 





















ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH 

AND REASON FOR CLAIM 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



1 

COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


TOTAL 


CITIZEN- 
SHIP 
ACQUIRED 
AT BIRTH 
ABROAD 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 

OF 
FATHER 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 

OF 
MOTHER 


NATURAL- 
IZATION 
OF BOTH 
PARENTS 


MARRIAGE 
OF 
MOTHER 
TO CITI- 
ZEN STEP- 
FATHER 


MARRIAGE 

TO A 

CITIZEN 

HUSBAND 


RESUMP- 
TION OF 
CITIZEN- 
SHIP BY 
MOTHER 


OTHER 
REASONS 


CUBA 


912 
27 

333 
21 
3 
76 

484 
1 
16 
10 
27 
31 
14 

154 
2 

520 


44 
5 

61 
4 

4 

2 
8 
5 
26 

146 


22 
19 

14 

3 
37 


134 
17 
122 
9 
2 
30 
226 

15 
8 
13 

51 

2 

192 


712 

i 

46 
238 

1 
11 
10 

7 
66 

138 


1 
3 


" 


1 




DOMINICA 




DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 




GUADELOUPE 












MARTINIQUE 




MONTSERRAT 




NETHERLAND ANTILLES .. 




ST LUCIA 


5 


ST VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 


8 


CENTRAL AMERICA 


4 




22 

40 
64 
42 
75 
57 
220 

886 


3 
7 
9 
6 
7 
5 
109 

106 


2 
4 
6 
5 
4 
7 
9 

41 


10 
8 
34 
17 
37 
28 
58 

179 


7 
20 
15 
14 
27 
17 
38 

555 


3 
2 






_ 


COSTA RICA 


^ 


EL SALVADOR 








HONDURAS 




NICARAGUA 






3 


SOUTH AMERICA 


2 




112 
26 
56 
40 
178 
57 
2 
241 
5 
96 
6 
15 
52 

1 
3 


3 
17 

2 
17 

5 

2 
19 
2 
3 
23 

3 


5 
1 
9 

6 
5 

7 

3 
1 


12 
6 
6 
12 
51 
12 

49 

25 

5 


84 
16 
24 
26 
103 
33 

1 
183 

3 
48 

2 
12 
20 


1 

1 








BOLIVIA 


_ 


BRAZIL 




CHILE 


- 


ECUADOR 


1 


FRENCH GUIANA 








PARAGUAY 


_ 


PERU 


- 




_ 


VENEZUELA 








UNKNOWN OR NOT 









156 



NAT 7.3 

ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED TO PERSONS WHO ACQUIRED CITIZENSHIP 

AT BIRTH ABROAD THROUGH CITIZEN PARENTS BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR ACQUIRED 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 





TO- 
TAL 


JAN.- 
SE- 
PT. 

1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


1970 


BE- 
FORE 
1970 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


ALL COUNTRIES 


5,653 

1,459 
2 
5 

24 
1 
3 
3 
1 
3 

80 

11 
799 

34 
1 
3 

10 

99 
7 
3 
9 

30 
4 

79 
5 

3 

233 

3 

1,464 

1 

54 
3 

16 

29 
5 

26 

19 
245 
7 
3 
241 
2 
3 
16 
3 

514 
5 

6 
19 
50 
31 
137 
5 

87 
2 
3 

1 
6 


256 

17 

2 
4 

158 

2 
9 

3 
2 

3 
1 

33 

2 
2 

43 

3 
49 

5 
2 


235 
30 

15 
87 

24 


222 

57 

2 

37 
3 

5 

1 

2 

1 

6 
70 

28 

14 

1 
2 


261 
63 

3 
43 

2 

10 
96 

7 

2 

1 

1 
11 

35 

3 

28 
2 
1 

2 
3 


224 

73 

72 
2 

13 
21 

21 


239 
88 

1 

1 

2 

50 
2 

5 

2 
6 

18 
61 

1 
2 

3 

2 
13 

18 
17 

3 
1 
3 

1 


180 
59 

3 

4 
32 

6 

9 
54 

3 

4 
8 
4 

16 

12 

1 

1 

2 

1 


176 
47 

27 

1 

5 

3 

9 
47 

5 

3 
1 

1 
7 

10 
14 

5 

1 


156 
36 

22 

2 

7 
52 

1 

1 
1 

9 

12 

13 
1 

3 
4 
2 
4 


144 

39 

1 
2 

19 

4 

1 
6 

45 
1 

1 

5 

15 

12 
2 

4 


160 
58 

2 

1 
3 

7 
1 

43 

10 
5 

5 
2 

7 


158 
37 

19 

11 
54 

9 

2 
1 

5 

3 
2 
2 

13 

1 

3 


164 
46 

1 
33 
3 

1 

1 

7 
54 

3 

14 
8 
1 
8 

1 
5 
1 
12 

5 


3,047 

800 
2 
3 
5 
1 
3 
1 
1 
3 
76 

3 
422 
15 

5 
64 
4 
3 
8 
15 
3 
40 
2 
3 

114 
3 

562 

1 

20 
3 
5 

1 
5 
1 
6 
130 
1 
1 
23 

1 
6 

3 
298 

1 
1 
1 
5 
10 
11 
23 

49 
2 
3 


31 






ALBANIA 








BELGIUM 








CZECHOSLOVAKIA 




DENMARK 




ESTONIA 


- 


FRANCE 


_ 


GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 
REP 




GERMANY, FEDERAL REP. . 
GREECE 


1 






ICELAND 




IRELAND 








NETHERLANDS 






. 


POLAND 








ROMANIA 








SWEDEN 








U.S.S.R 




YUGOSLAVIA 




ASIA 


9 






BANGLADESH 








CHINA MAINLAND 




CYPRUS 




HONG KONG 




INDIA 








IRAN 








ISRAEL 


_ 






JORDAN 






_ 


KOREA 


- 


LAOS 


_ 




_ 




_ 


PAKISTAN 


_ 




3 


SAUDI ARABIA 


_ 




_ 


SRI LANKA 


_ 




_ 




1 


THAILAND 






_ 


VIETNAM 


2 






AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

CAPE VERDE 






_ 











ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED TO PERSONS WHO ACQUIRED CITIZENSHIP 

AT BIRTH ABROAD THROUGH CITIZEN PARENTS BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR ACQUIRED 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





TO- 
TAL 


JAN.- 
SE- 
PT. 

1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


1970 


BE- 
FORE 
1970 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


ETHIOPIA 


20 

2 

2,493 
807 

1,339 
201 

7 
2 

16 
2 
2 

44 
5 

61 
4 
1 

1 
2 
8 
5 
26 

146 
3 
7 
9 
6 
7 
5 

109 

106 
11 

3 
17 

2 
17 

5 

1 

2 
19 
2 
3 
23 

3 


1 
2 

72 
13 
48 
10 

1 

1 

4 

1 

2 

4 

1 
2 

1 


2 

4 

2 
2 

100 
40 
33 
20 
3 

2 

7 

2 
4 
1 

7 

7 
7 

1 

2 
2 


1 

5 
1 
1 

3 

81 
18 
40 
16 
2 

1 
2 


87 
23 
42 
13 

2 


1 

1 
1 

75 
23 
34 
12 
3 

2 

1 
2 

1 

1 

2 
6 

2 
4 


82 
34 
39 
3 

1 

2 
6 

4 

3 
2 

1 


2 

- 

63 
21 
33 
2 

2 

7 

7 
2 

1 

1 


77 
24 
39 

1 
2 

I 

6 
3 

1 
1 

1 


1 

2 
1 

1 

64 
16 
42 
2 

3 
1 


1 
1 

1 
3 

49 
9 
33 

7 
2 

5 
3 


58 
16 
34 
2 

1 

6 

1 

5 
1 

1 


2 

1 
4 

59 
16 
35 
3 

1 

1 

1 

5 
1 

1 


2 

1 

2 
2 
1 

53 
10 
38 
2 

1 

1 

3 
1 

2 
4 

2 
2 


8 
2 
2 

5 
1 
8 

2 

10 

1 

15 
6 

2 
2 

2 

1,560 

541 

840 

108 

1 

4 

13 

1 

25 
56 

2 

4 
71 
1 

5 
4 
5 
3 
49 

60 

7 

12 

9 
2 

11 

14 








KENYA . . . 




LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MADAGASCAR 












NIGER 








SOUTH AFRICA 




TANZANIA 




ZAIRE 




ZAMBIA 








OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 
FRENCH POLVNESIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

WESTERN SAMOA 


13 


CANADA 


3 




9 


CARIBBEAN 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 


1 






BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC .. 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

JAMAICA 

NETHERLAND ANTILLES .. 

ST, CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST LUCIA 

ST VINCENT & GRENAD .. 
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 








COSTA RICA 












HONDURAS 




NICARAGUA 








SOUTH AMERICA 








BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 




CHILE 








ECUADOR 

FRENCH GUIANA 




GUYANA 














- 


URUGUAY 


_ 


VENEZUELA 




UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 


- 



NAT 7.4 

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 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 



BE- 
FORE 
1970 



ALL COUNTRIES . 



EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

FINLjAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEMOCRATIC 

REP 

GERMANY. FEDERAL REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MACAU 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 



33 


26 


8 




8 




1 




1 




25 




33 


17 


15 





ADMINISTRATIVE CERTIFICATES 
NATURALIZATION OF PARENTS OR 



OF CITIZENSHIP ISSUED TO PERSONS WHO DERIVED CITIZENSHIP THROUGH 
THROUGH MARRIAGE BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND YEAR DERIVED 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnued 



JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 



YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

CAPE VERDE 

EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

KENYA 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGERIA 

SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

UGANDA 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

UNITED STATES 

CARIBBEAN 

ANGUILLA 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS. THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIQUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLAND ANTILLES . 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT S GRENAD . 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 



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 

FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 





TOTAL 


JAN.- 
SEPT. 
1982 


1981 


1980 


1979 


1978 


1977 


1976 


1975 


1974 


1973 


1972 


1971 


1970 


BE- 
FORE 
1970 


UN- 
KNO- 
WN 


SOUTH AMERICA 


780 

101 

23 

39 

38 

161 

52 

1 

240 

3 

77 

4 

12 

29 


286 
30 
9 
4 
9 
56 
10 

124 
1 
33 

3 

7 


185 
26 

15 
14 
44 
14 

39 

16 

8 


84 
11 
3 
4 
4 
17 
8 

19 
1 
14 


60 
6 

3 

12 
3 

24 

9 

3 


41 

7 

3 

7 
5 

14 

1 

3 


25 
2 

2 
2 
8 
3 

6 


23 
3 
4 
2 
2 
3 
2 

6 


16 


5 
2 

2 


3 
2 


3 

2 

1 

: 


9 
3 


6 
2 

1 

- 

1 


24 
5 


10 




2 


BOLIVIA 






- 




1 


COLOMBIA 


1 




2 


FRENCH GUIANA 


- 


GUYANA 


3 




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- 




1 


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ENF 1.1 

ALIENS APPREHENDED, ALIENS DEPORTED, AND ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART: 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892-1976, JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976, 

AND YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30, 1977-1982 



Aliens 
apprehended' 



Aliens expelled 



Aliens 
deported 



Aliens required 
to depart 



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. . 



17,127,980 



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 
1 1,294 
11,784 
11,175 
31,174 
69,164 
99,591 
193,657 
192,779 
288.253 
468,339 



16,582,804 

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 



851,382 

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 



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 



3,598,949 


4,013,547 


129,887 


3,883,660 


509,040 


686,713 


13,544 


673,169 


^543,535 


723,959 


20,181 


703,778 


885,587 


905,236 


19,845 


885,391 


1,089,583 


1,101,228 


26,951 


1,074,277 


254,096 


247,797 


15,028 


232,769 


87,696 


88,188 


7,297 


80,891 


59,918 


68,461 


5,082 


63,379 


53,474 


67,742 


7,142 


60,600 


45,336 


64,598 


7,988 


56,610 


70,684 


59,625 


6,829 


52,796 


1,608,356 


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 



163 



ENF 1.1 

ALIENS APPREHENDED, ALIENS DEPORTED, AND ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART: 

YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 1892-1976, JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976, 

AND YEARS ENDED SEPTEMBER 30. 1977-1982 (CONT'D) 





Aliens 
apprehended' 


Aliens expelled 


Period 


Total 


Aliens 
deported 


Aliens required 
to depart' 


1971-1980 

1971 

1972 


8,321,498 7,478,496 231,684 7,246,812 

420,126 387,713 17,639 370,074 

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 

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 


1973 

1974 

1975 

1976 

1976 TQ 


1977 

1978 

1979 

1980 


1981 


975 780 836 957 Ifi'JQ'! 870 3S7 


1982 


970,246 


823,730 


14,153 


809,577 



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












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DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED B 



ENF 13 

I BY DISTRICT OFFFCES AND BORDER SECTORS 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Districts 


Total 


Cana- 
dian 


Mexican 


B.W.I. 

& 
Belize 


Rep.' 


El Sal- 
vador 


Cuate 


Oilier 
No. 


r 


Ecua- 
dor 


Other 
So. 
Amer. 


Chi- 
nese 


Phil- 


Other 
Asia 


Oreeee 


Italy 


U.K. 


Other 
Europe 


Africa 


Other 


U.S. Total 


970.246 


7.287 


887.48 


2.251 


2,928 


14.078 


3.994 


8.417 


4.531 


1.728 


5.041 


2.226 


3.699 


8.040 


1.767 


1.442 


1.946 


6.213 


3.338 


3.839 


Crewmen on 29<lay vessels... 


7.559 




24 48 


21 


24 


31 


136 


348 


27 


603 


772 


76'4 


1.08, 


992 


856 


251 


1.109 


277 


18S 




142.768 


1.591 


92.09 


1.927 


2.700 


4.981 


1,516 


6.389 


3.200 


1.531 


3.681 


1.345 


2.80. 


6.010 


692 


556 


1.421 


4.368 


2.904 








Eastern Region 


29.740 


405 


3.413 1.536 


2.586 


1.876 


674 


2.710 


2.254 


1.336 


2.231 


761 


754 


2.12, 


543 


4.14 


638 


2.358 


1.699 


1.406 


Baltimore. MD 




7 






168 


6 




1 






9 








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2.564 


56 


28 104 


200 


126 


142 


308 


I6( 


25 


157 


95 


41 


11' 




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67 








12 


3C 








1 


104 


8 




51 


P9 


97 




Hartford, CN 


1 .060 


58 


29 10 


75 


•11 


24 






19 


77 


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9 




195 




34 


Newark. NJ 


4.140 


17 


318 29 


266 


378 


84 


452 


655 


193 


495 


47 


155 


14( 


V 


58 


37 


348 




P7 




14.609 


86 


2,34 




1.059 


875 


360 


1.260 




1015 


1041. 






71, 




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Philadelphia, PA 








96 








60 


41 






84 


94 


IS, 




68 


90 


1 19 


119 


91 


Portland. ME 


74 


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1 












1 


1 


7 












4 


1 


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St. Albans, VT 


41 


14 














1 




1 






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1 


7 






San Juan. PR 


2.37.1 






580 


984 


10 




245 


























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10 


96 14 


10 






157 


24 


18 


88 


47 


1^ 


250 


51 


33 


50 




173 


4 


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42.829 


304 


34,62 


IM 


88 


902 


172 


3..132 


523 


69 


694 


104 


107 


661 




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152 


284 


,71 


236 










































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13.069 


91 






1 1 


141 


23 


12 


19 








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19-. 






1.1 


41 


118 




El Paso. TX 


3.598 


14 


3.51. 






10 




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19 


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11 












7 


Harlingcn. TX 


4.266 




4.09 




1 


111 


9 


15 


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2 






1 












5 


M.ami.FL 


5.604 


143 


386 


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504 


50 


<i|9 


48 


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110 


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539 


14 


166 


10 


1 


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10 




7 




14 




90 


5 


1 




41 




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San Antonio. TX 


9.420 


5 


9.137 


3 


1 


71 


25 


17 


12 


20 


30 


4 




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1 


1 




17 


19 


14 


Northern Region 


31,523 


474 


23.557 


172 


23 


289 


168 


125 


125 


82 


3t.4 


234 


570 


2.328 


93 


54 


336 


I..158 


746 


425 


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3 










12 


19 


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15 














7.85 






85 


100 






54 


85 


62 










36 


655 


150 




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1,039 


28 


17. 


21 


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44 


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40 






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7 




89 




56 


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5,883 


20 


5.467 


1 




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5 


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52 


14 




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19 




16 




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3.143 


210 


35 


82 






















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400 




75 


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2.449 


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118 


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11 


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1 




11 


7 


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9 




41 


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2.481 


19 


2.311 




1 


8 










4 






40 


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581 


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285 


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30 


79 






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15 
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24 


45 


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38.676 


408 


30.503 


55 


3 


1914 


502 


,., 


298 


44 


191 


M6 


I..171 


895 


33 


47 


195 


168 


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18.253 


99 


14 531 


38 




1.410 


418 


81 


148 


31 






48. 




; 


34 


91 




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6.081 


165 


5.461 






125 


19 


4 


21 


3 


25 


68 


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4'; 


1 


1 


41 


41 


1 1 


17 


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2.419 


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2.149 


3 




8 


10 


19 






25 


9 


31 


i» 




9 


1 1 




8 


66 


San Francisco. CA 


11.083 


low 


8.344 


1- 


1 


371 


5' 


117 


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168 


86 


59, 


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139 


238 


43 


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ENF1.3 
DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY NATIONAUTY BY BORDER PATROL SECTORS (CONTD) 
FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Total Border Patrol Sectoi^ 

Eastern Region 

Houlton, ME 

Ogdensburg, NY' 

Swanton. VT 

Southern Region 

Del Rio. TX 

Laredo.' TX 

Marfa, TX 

McAIlen, TX 

Northern Region . 

Detroit, Ml 

Grand Forks. ND 

Havre. MT 

Spol<ane. WA 

Western Region 

Chula Vista. CA 

El Centro. CA 

Liveimorc. CA 

Tucson. AZ 

Yuma. AZ 

' Ogdensburg. NY - Figures ar 



Dom. El Sal- Guate- „ 
f-" "-■*" mala . 



5.694 795.362 276 207 9.C 



40 2.104 871 






Other „ 
. Chm- 



Phi- 



30 274 736 



l98Mune 1982. July-September 1982 



I Buffalo. NY (Ogdensburg. : 



ENT 1.4 

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

BY DISTRICT OFFICES (CONT'D) 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Within 
72 hours 



4-30 
days 



1-6 
months 



7 months 
to 1 yr. 



Over 
lyr. 



U.S. Total " . . 

Total Districts. . . 

Eastern Region .... 
Baltimore, MD. . . 
Boston, MA .... 
Buffalo, NY ... . 
Hartford, CN . . . 
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, 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 



103,263 



94,960 



62,385 



29,740 



872 

2,564 

846 

1,060 

4,140 

14,609 

1,664 

74 

41 

2,373 

1,497 

42,829 



13,069 
3,598 

42,661 
5,604 
5,465 
539 
9,420 

31,523 



475 
9,950 
1,039 
5,883 
3,143 
2,102 
2,449 
1,010 
2,481 

581 
2,410 

38,676 



17,982 
6,352 
2,418 



100 
26 

21 

262 

6 

1 
1 



5,143 



11 
6 

333 
125 



4,031 



56 
107 
103 

54 
112 
554 
173 

15 

10 
352 
323 

5,335 



200 

388 

256 

234 

498 

2,297 

408 

22 

9 

536 

295 

14,699 



13 

196 

1.661 

359 

306 

128 

6 

1,362 

734 



50 
1,494 
239 
431 
586 
900 
97 
1,538 



205 
5,777 

392 

859 
2,019 
2,089 

157 
3,201 

8,271 



67 
772 
121 
888 
360 
312 
437 
104 
347 

60 
120 



130 
1,814 
367 
1,952 
722 
842 
647 
274 
744 
167 
612 

8,002 



239 
310 
105 



,310 
673 
221 
662 



152 
3,825 
1,385 

446 
2.194 



4,976 



126 

324 

100 

237 

555 

2,878 

391 

3 

6 

202 

154 

5,903 



123 
2,195 
211 
437 
913 
952 
96 
976 

4,527 



64 
1,227 
173 
920 
686 
339 
318 
104 
268 

85 
343 

6,933 



3,875 

1,528 

230 

1,219 



16,487 

476 

1,622 

314 

519 

2,946 

8,504 

605 

22 

9 

870 

600 



12,689 
464 
3,407 
1,079 
2,089 
1,778 
1,354 
176 
2,342 



14,259 
191 

5,939 
348 

1,970 

1,146 
595 
905 
516 

1,078 
261 

1,310 



18.950 
333 
8,048 
2,482 
1,211 
6,876 



Length of time illegally in the U.S. cannot be related 1 
Excludes crewmen on 29-day vessels. 



I period of employment. 



168 



ENF 1.4 

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

BY BORDER PATROL SECTORS 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Sectors 


Total 


At 
entry 


Within 
72 hours 


4-30 
days 


1-6 
months 


7 months 
to 1 yr. 


Over 
lyr. 


Total Border Patrol 
Sectors 


819,919 


481,382 


168,958 


52,325 


67,148 


17,531 


32,575 


Eastern Region 


4,552 


2,622 


1,213 


207 


158 


91 


261 


Buffalo, NY 

Houlton, ME 

Ogdensbuig, NY^ 

Swanton, VT 

Southern Region 


1,502 
562 
476 

2,012 

305,622 


638 

251 

335 

1,398 

162,131 


328 
278 
116 
491 

87,303 


116 
18 
13 
60 

18,785 


109 
11 
6 
32 

19,487 


83 
1 
1 
6 

5,583 


228 
3 
5 
25 

12,333 


Del Rio, TX 

El Paso, TX 

Laredo, TX 


48,753 
152,882 
40,385 
20,268 
32,533 
6,333 
4,468 

10,091 


32,038 

85,878 

29,742 

2,178 

12,269 

18 

8 

976 


5,504 
56,686 
4,330 
5,694 
14,507 
333 
249 

950 


3,083 
5,305 
2,107 
2,898 
3,834 
621 
937 

961 


5,729 
1,984 
2,304 
4,767 
970 
1,888 
1,845 

2,878 


1,336 
702 
535 

1.436 
216 
800 
558 

1,103 


1,063 
2,327 
1,367 


Maifa, TX 


3,295 


McAllen,TX 


737 


Miami, FL 


2,673 


New Orleans, LA 

Northern Region 


871 
3,223 


Blaine, WA 

Detroit, MI 

Grand Forks, ND 

Havie, MT 

Spokane, WA 

Western Region 


1,653 
1,650 
782 
2,391 
3,615 

499,654 


369 
325 
117 
115 
50 

315,653 


222 
239 
157 
226 
106 

79,492 


188 
71 
79 
381 
242 

32,372 


427 
288 
150 
875 
1,138 

44,625 


112 
156 
61 
255 
519 

10,754 


335 
571 
218 
539 
1,560 

16,758 


Chula Vista, CA 

El Centre, CA 

Livermore, CA 

Tucson, AZ 

Yuma, AZ 


314,979 
55,440 
48,655 
32,344 
48,236 


219,442 

42,736 

4 

18,289 

35,182 


58,362 
5,297 
1,004 
5,777 
9,052 


16,216 
2,244 
8,345 
3,858 
1,709 


13,918 

2,747 

24,159 

2,858 

943 


2,405 
777 

6,621 
596 
355 


4,636 

1,639 

8,522 

966 

995 



'Ogdensburg, NY - Figures are for October 1981 - June 1982. July - September 1982 included in Swanton, VT and Buffalo, NY 
(Ogdensburg NY was combined with Buffalo, NY and Swanton, VT). 



ENF 1.5 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY DISTRICT OFFICES 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 









In 




Districts 


Total 


In 


industry 


Seeking 






agriculture 


and 
other 


employment 


U.S. Total 


875,656 


103,296 


109,289 


663,071 


Total Districts . . 


109,314 


8,888 


81,265 


19,161 




Eastern Region 


20,841 


425 


18,182 


2,234 


Baltimore, MD 


571 


44 


457 


70 


Boston, MA 


1,809 


10 


1,459 


340 


Buffalo, NY 


430 


32 


353 


45 


Hartford, CT 


737 


2 


671 


64 


Newark, NJ 


2,447 


11 


2,364 


72 


New York, NY 


11,219 


3 


10,018 


1,198 


Philadelphia, PA 


1 525 


288 


1 007 


230 


Portland, ME 


52 




51 


1 


St. Albans, VT 


15 


2 


11 


2 


San Juan, PR 


1,307 


_ 


1,145 


162 


Washington, DC 


729 


33 


646 


50 


Southern Region 


34,974 


932 


25,512 


8,530 


Atlanta, GA 


597 


136 


422 


39 


Dallas, TX 


12,186 


101 




1,505 


EI Paso, TX 


2,818 


16 


2,061 


741 


Harlingen, TX 


3,944 


189 


1,811 


1,944 


Houston, TX 


4,340 


- 


4,162 


178 


Miami, PL 


4,115 


243 


1,145 


2,727 


New Orleans, LA 


362 


13 


277 


72 


San Antonio, TX 


6,612 


234 


5,054 


1,324 


Northern Region 


24,140 


4,800 


15,239 


4,101 


Anchorage, AK 


402 


- 


249 


153 


Chicago, IL 


8,793 


136 


7,735 


922 


Cleveland, OH 


511 


14 


267 


230 


Denver, CO 


4,706 


1,194 


2,718 


794 


Detroit, Ml 


2,164 


61 


1,713 


390 


Helena, MT 


1,810 


1,466 


104 


240 


Kansas City, MO 


1,721 


173 


798 


750 


Omaha, NE 


913 


74 


593 


246 


Portland, OR 


1,630 


978 


406 


246 


St Paul, MN 


275 


6 


259 


10 


Seattle, WA 


1,215 
29,359 


698 

2,731 


397 
22,332 


120 


Western Region 


4,296 


Honolulu, HI 


550 


- 


484 


66 






1,099 




1,876 


Phoenix, AZ 


4,592 


232 


4,040 


320 


San Diego, CA 


1,792 


48 


1,203 


541 


San Francisco, CA 


7,684 


1,352 


4,839 


1,493 



ENF L5 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY EMPLOYMENT STATUS BY BORDER PATROL SECTORS (CONT'D) 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Sectors 


Total 


In 

agriculture 


industry 
and 
other 


Seeking 
employment 


Total Border Patrol Sectors 


766,342 


94,408 


28,024 


643,910 


Eastern Region 


989 


151 


266 


572 


Buffalo, NY 

Houlton, ME 

Ogdensburg NY' 


488 
70 
33 

398 

295,668 


108 

26 

1 

16 

19,436 


170 
27 
9 
60 

18,152 


210 
17 
23 


Swanton, VT 


322 
258,080 


Del Rio, TX. 

El Paso, TX 

Laredo, TX 

Marfa, TX 

McAUen, TX 

Miami, FL 

New Orleans, LA 

Northern Region 


47,850 
151,383 
39,324 
17,241 
30,682 
5,301 
3,887 

7,565 


1,366 

9,037 
909 
2,695 
1,453 
3,774 
202 

4,627 


1,440 
4,571 
3,402 
5,452 
536 
675 
2,076 

787 


45,044 

137,775 

35,013 

9,094 

28,693 

852 

1,609 

2,151 


Blaine, WA 

Detroit, MI 

Grand Forks, ND. 

Havre, MT 

Spokane, WA 

Western Region 


1,053 

926 

379 

2,004 

3,203 

462,120 


576 

672 

81 

914 

2,384 

70,194 


40 
97 

241 
252 
157 

8,819 


437 
157 
57 
838 
662 

383,107 


Chula Vista, CA 

El Centro, CA 

Livermore, CA 

Tucson, AZ 


291,202 
45,370 
45,998 
31,425 
48,125 


20,512 
3,672 

38,162 
3,889 
3,959 


3,904 
1,612 

2,278 
922 
103 


266,786 
40,086 
5,558 
26,614 
44,063 







'Ogdensburg, NY - Figures are for October 1981-June 1982, July-Septe 
(Ogdensburg, NY combined with Buffalo, NY and Swanton, VT). 



iber 1982 included in Swanton, VT and Buffalo, NY. 



ENF 1.6 

DEPORTABLE ALIENS LOCATED BY AREA CONTROL BY DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Districts 


Located 
by aiea-control 


U S. Total . 


104 206 






Eastern Region 


17,172 






Boston MA 


913 


Buffalo, NY 


573 


Hartford, CT 


724 


Newark NJ . 


2,177 
7,964 
1,008 


New York, NY 


Philadelphia, PA 


Portland, ME 


67 


St. Albans, VT 


24 


San Juan, PR 

Washington, DC 

Southern Region 


1,764 
1,193 

35,438 


Atlanta, GA 

Dallas, TX 


-788 
12 049 


El Paso, TX 

Hailingen, TX 

Houston, TX 

Miami, PL . 


3,325 
1.928 
4,653 
4 434 


New Orleans, LA 

San Antonio, TX 

Northern Region 


406 

7,855 

25,650 


Anchorage, AK 

Chicago, IL 

Cleveland, OH 

Denver, CO 

Detroit, Ml 

Helena, MT 

Kansas City. MO 

Omaha, NE 


368 
8,671 

824 
5,170 

868 
1,838 
2,311 

709 
2,481 

494 
1,916 

25,946 


St. Paul, MN 

Seattle, WA 

Western Region 


Honolulu, HI 

Los Angeles CA. 


708 
10 715 


Phoenix, AZ 

San Diego, CA 

San Francisco, CA 


3,273 
1,425 
9,825 



..JULY-SEPTEMBER 1976. 



excluded after formal hearings./ 






51 



J.765 8.223 82.591 219,412 



178,109 


27 


4,353 


4,824 


42,J29 


90 045 








14J27 




9 




1,281 


11,044 


37.175 


8.447 


94,084 




20 709 




s 


1,261 


253 






2.126 


47,858 


1,235 258 


1.172 


30^63 


60 


1,134 


80 


























227 


2.076 






1,495 


■; 


M 


'" 


63 


'w 




1,207 


26 9 


« 








8 










28 21 




2,341 




87 




111 


56 


161 


1,805 




76 


2,942 
4,771 


: 


139 


\ 


124 




I" 


2.294 


13 


80 








5 














3,834 


25 


187 




112 




216 


2.970 


26 9 


178 




31 


199 


16 


125 








12 13 


130 


20,585 


1,098 


1,735 


361 








14657 




















2,783 




80 
























48 






















296 










2,432 






2.667 


89 


206 


124 


113 




15 




4 


275 


1.709 


117 


169 


64 


87 




10 


1079 


5 


164 
















34« 






733 


255 


51 


18 


'1 








, , 


51 




'36 


Is 


; 


\l 






293 




24 


4,831 


128 


171 


24 


145 




175 


3,706 


_ 


453 






















3W 


IJ 


24 




;l 




I9 




- 


26 






















429 


10 


20 


■* 


19 




\l 


333 


- 


24 


460 


" 


" 


; 


I3 




j^ 


323 


- 


85 


525 


14 


12 


1 


8 




15 


393 




76 


576 


11 


11 




4 




22 


447 




73 


8,455 


32 


240 


20 


31 




30 






834 


589 
994 






I 


I 










55 


1,228 




23 


1 


1 




- 




_ 


74 






4S 


; 


3 




7 


288 


- 


117 


«7 


[ 


ll 


J 


: 




; 












30 


' 




- 


' 




- 


56 



173 



ENF 2.2 

ALIENS EXCLUDED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 





Total 


CAUSE 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


SUBVER- 
SIVE OR 
ANAR- 
CHISTIC 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ATTEMP- 
TED 
ENTRY 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


ATTEMP- 
TED 
ENTRY 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


ALL COUNTRIES 


698 
51 


4 
1 


17 
3 


10 
2 


166 
10 


4 
1 


118 
6 


360 
28 


19 


EUROPE 


AUSTRIA 


1 

3 

■I 
2 
2 

2 

3 

3 

12 
2 

98 


1 






22 


: 


3 

1 
2 

5 


69 








DENMARK .. 




FRANCE 

GERMANY. FED REP 

GREECE 

IRELAND 


_ 






NETHERLANDS 




POLAND 








ROMANIA 




SPAIN 








SWITZERLAND 




U.S.S.R 


- 


YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 


2 


AFGHANISTAN 


1 

10 
5 
13 

1 

I 
10 
2 
5 
31 

3 
2 

47 


2 








- 


2 
8 


21 

3 
2 

25 




BRUNEI 




CHINA, MAINLAND . 




HONG KONG 












IRAN 




ISRAEL 








JORDAN 




KOREA 








PAKISTAN 




PHILIPPINES 


- 










VIETNAM 




AFRICA 


1 


EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 


4 
2 

2 
2 
6 
2 

26 
15 


2 








" 


1 

5 


3 

3 
2 

12 
13 


- 






GHANA . 


.. 


KENYA 




LIBERIA 








MALI 




NIGERIA 








OCEANIA 


^ 




2 
1 
2 
9 


1 


13 


2 


68 


2 


76 


2 
9 

206 




PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 


^ 


NORTH AMERICA 


14 


CANADA 


35 
56 


: 


9 
1 


: 


16 




6 


9 
30 




MEXICO 













ENF 2.2 

ALIENS EXCLUDED BY COUNTRY OR REGION OF BIRTH AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 





Total 


CAUSE 


COUNTRY OR REGION 
OF BIRTH 


SUBVER- 
SIVE OR 
ANAR- 
CHISTIC 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAW/S 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ATTEMP- 
TED 
ENTRY 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


ATTEMP- 
TED 
ENTRY 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


CARIBBEAN 


262 


1 


2 


1 


20 


2 


68 


165 


3 




3 
1 
106 
6 
1 
68 
67 
3 
6 




1 
1 


1 


1 
9 

6 
3 

17 




1 

1 
26 

I 
1 
31 
2 
3 
2 


68 

3 

61 
29 
1 
1 
2 




CUBA 




DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 


2 




_ 


HAITI 


- 


JAMAICA 

ST VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


1 
6 


BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 


2 
1 

7 

1 
14 
2 

104 




: 


6 


13 
2 

54 




23 


1 
1 
18 


- 








- 


NICARAGUA 




SOUTH AMERICA 


1 




2 
3 

69 
1 

25 
1 
1 

1 




1 


5 


1 
53 




1 

1 

20 
1 


1 
9 
4 


- 


BOLIVIA 


- 


BRAZIL 






- 


COLOMBIA 


- 








1 


PARAGUAY 


- 




- 


UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 


- 



ENF 3.1 

ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 



PREVI- 
OUSLY 
EXCLUDED 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 



FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 

WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 



ALL COUNTRIES . 



EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA .... 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM REP . 
GERMANY FED REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LIECHTENSTEIN 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SAN MARINO 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 



ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BURMA 

CHINA. MAINLAND 

CYPRUS 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 



21,229 
3,746 



ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



NATIONALITY 



1 VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 



PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 



FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 
IMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 



SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

BENIN 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CONGO 

EGYPT 

ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA. THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MALAWI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

RWANDA 

SENEGAL 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 



OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

KIRIBATI 

NEW ZEALAND 
PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

MEXICO 



81 
7.993 



ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



VIOLATION 

OF 
NARCOTIC 



PREVI- 
OUSLY 
EXCLUDED 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 



FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 



CARIBBEAN 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

ST, LUCIA 

ST, VINCENT & GRENAD . 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR .I 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 

STATELESS OR NOT 

REPORTED 



5 

279 

5,263 



16 


1 


675 


382 


99 


2 


620 


201 


822 


101 


4 




5 


_ 


259 


10 


,401 


3,796 



ENF 3.2 

ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY COUNTRY OF DESTINATION AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 



OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 



ALL COUNTRIES . 



EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM REP. .. 
GERMANY, FED. REP. 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

USSR 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 



ASIA 
AFGHANISTAN .. 
BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BURMA 

CHINA. MAINLAND 
COCOS ISLANDS ... 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

QATAR 



21,229 
3,082 



ENF 3.2 

ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY COUNTRY OF DESTINATION AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982-Contlnuecl 



VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 



PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 



OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 



ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 



SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CONGO 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

FR. SO. & ANTARCTIC 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LESOTHO 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MALAWI 

MAURITANIA 

MOROCCO 

MOZAMBIQUE 

NAMIBIA 

NIGER 

NIGERIA 

SENEGAL 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

SWAZILAND 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

ZAIRE 

ZAMBIA 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER ,. 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA 

NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

GREENLAND 

MEXICO 

ST PIERRE & MIQUELON .. 
CARIBBEAN 



180 



ALIENS REQUIRED TO DEPART BY COUNTRY OF DESTINATION AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY OF 
DESTINATION 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 
OF NON- 
IMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPEC- 
TION OR 
BY FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 


40 

152 

249 

27 

20 

3 

30 

9 

657 

30 

2 

284 

6 
43 
13 

12 
211 

4,469 


2 

- 

20 


- 
- 

: 


1 


1 
2 

: 

2 


17 

23 

38 


32 

126 

239 

25 

20 

3 

18 

8 

376 

29 

2 

237 

575 

4 

5 

42 

12 

6 

10 

195 

4 

1,100 


6 
19 
8 
2 

12 

1 

261 

40 
60 

1 

2 

1 
11 

3,309 




BAHAMAS, THE 


- 


BERMUDA 








CAYMAN ISLANDS 




CUBA 


- 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 








HAITI 








MARTINIQUE 




MONTSERRAT 




NETHERLAND ANTILLES ,. 

ST CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST LUCIA 

ST, VINCENT & GRENAD .. 
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 


: 


CENTRAL AMERICA 


- 


BELIZE 


176 
174 
2,342 
1,172 
252 
200 
153 

3.010 


17 
3 

2 


- 


2 


4 


2 
10 
9 
4 
2 
3 

37 


68 
147 
276 
220 
126 
132 
131 

2,240 


100 
24 
2.039 
939 
122 
66 
19 

725 








EL SALVADOR 








HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 






181 
120 
158 
158 
968 
427 

21 
368 

13 
103 


1 
1 


: 


2 


I 


13 
10 


161 
114 
148 
138 
577 
270 
2 
188 
20 
265 

90 
256 


19 

19 
375 
152 

23 
1 

98 
1 

12 

13 








BRAZIL 








COLOMBIA 




ECUADOR 








GUYANA 




PARAGUAY 








SURINAME . ... 




URUGUAY 

















181 



ENF 4.1 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



COUNTRY TO 
WHICH DEPORTED 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


ALL COUNTRIES 


14.154 
333 


228 
21 


" 


168 
6 


88 
10 


407 
11 


1,716 
239 


11,520 
43 


23 


EUROPE 


3 


ANDORRA 


2 
4 

7 
1 

3 
26 

5 
31 
77 

5 
14 

8 

9 
18 

1 
18 

3 
11 

78 
8 

480 


12 








19 


4 
6 

2 

2 
23 
52 

2 
6 

10 
2 
9 

60 

7 

376 


4 
2 
2 

5 
6 
2 

7 

60 


2 






















FRANCE 




GERMAN DEM REP 








GREECE 




HUNGARY 












MONACO 












PORTUGAL 












SWEDEN 








U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 








ASIA 


^ 


BANGLADESH 


7 

20 
4 
20 
57 
12 
76 
14 
29 
10 
19 
8 
1 
23 
101 
5 
3 
5 
3 
4 
39 
18 
1 

270 


2 
2 

3 

7 


- 






2 

10 
1 

1 
6 


7 

18 
4 
16 
26 
12 

14 
25 

7 
16 

6 

16 
82 

3 

3 
30 
14 

1 

235 


3 
26 

3 

2 
1 
3 
1 

3 

7 

3 

3 
16 








CHINA MAINLAND 




CYPRUS 








INDIA 




INDONESIA 








ISRAEL 




JAPAN 












LEBANON 












PHILIPPINES 




SAUDI ARABIA 












SYRIA 












TURKEY 




YEMEN (ADEN) 




AFRICA 


2 


CAMEROON 


3 
2 

23 
6 
6 


: 
1 


[ 






1 


3 
2 
1 
21 
6 
6 


: 








CONGO 




EGYPT 

















182 



ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY TO 
WHICH DEPORTED 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


GHANA 


21 
11 
18 
2 
1 
4 
144 
2 
7 
3 
2 

1 
3 
5 
1 

67 




\ 


2 


1 

1 




18 
11 
16 

1 

3 
122 
2 
6 
3 
2 
2 
1 
3 
5 
1 

56 


2 

1 

9 
2 

4 












LIBYA 












NIGERIA 












SOMALIA 












TUNISIA 












ZIMBABWE 




OCEANIA 




AUSTRALIA 


12 
3 

3 

22 

15 

12.182 


175 


3 


107 


72 


356 


6 
3 
1 
3 
10 
19 
14 

534 


2 

1 

1 

10,923 








FRENCH POLYNESIA 




NEW ZEALAND 




PACIFIC IS, TRUST TER 

TONGA 


- 






NORTH AMERICA 


12 




315 

8,387 

376 


60 
88 
19 


1 

1 


22 
64 
16 


12 
38 
18 


22 
268 

31 


113 
153 
152 


84 

7,767 

138 








CARIBBEAN 


2 




4 
9 
6 
1 
3 
2 
1 

146 
2 
13 

144 
2 
8 
3 
5 
5 
20 
2 
3,104 


1 

1 

7 

4 
2 

3 
8 


\ 




12 
4 


1 
1 

9 
18 

1 
35 


2 

7 
5 

2 

1 
35 
2 
5 
74 

5 
2 
8 
2 

116 


2 

2 

80 

7 
36 
1 

I 

2 
4 

2,934 




BAHAMAS THE . . 




BARBADOS 








BRITISH VIRGIN IS 












DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 


1 






JAMAICA 


1 


NETHERLAND ANTILLES .. 
ST CHRIST-NEVIS 


- 


ST. LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS S CAICOS IS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


1 


BELIZE 


59 
24 
2,118 
587 
211 
60 
45 

818 


1 

3 
2 

2 

10 


[ 


3 
42 


2 

2 

3 


13 

12 
6 
2 

2 

12 


8 
10 
24 
23 
27 

8 
16 

274 


37 
14 
2,078 
551 
182 
52 
20 

473 








EL SALVADOR 




GUATEMALA 


4 






NICARAGUA 




PANAMA 




SOUTH AMERICA 


4 




23 
20 
28 


- 


: 


4 
1 


: 


1 


15 

14 
17 


7 
2 
9 


_ 






BRAZIL 









183 



ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY TO 
WHICH DEPORTED 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 


CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 


26 
428 
143 
24 
2 
98 
2 
9 
15 

4 


3 
1 
2 

3 


: 


24 
2 

I 
6 


3 


3 
2 
1 


14 
106 
32 
15 

48 

4 

7 

2 


6 
289 

104 
5 

42 
1 
5 
2 

1 


2 

1 

1 

1 







ENF 4.2 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



NATIONALITY 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 




14,154 
414 


228 
27 


^ 


168 
9 


8 


407 
30 


1,716 
263 


11,520 
77 


23 


EUROPE 






1 
6 
1 

1 
2 

3 
27 
2 
31 
77 
16 
13 
14 
1 
1 
2 
3 
15 
1 
9 
17 

1 
15 
2 
8 
2 
132 
7 

517 


14 


I 


2 

1 
1 

2 
10 


4 

1 
2 


2 

1 

1 
1 

5 
4 
4 
1 

1 
20 


1 
6 

1 

2 
19 

22 
51 
2 
8 
9 

1 
2 
1 
8 

9 
11 
1 
1 
8 
1 

2 
82 

7 

393 


1 
1 

1 
12 
8 

? 

2 

4 

5 
2 
32 

76 


_ 




_ 


BULGARIA 




DENMARK 




ESTONIA 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMAN DEM. REP 

GERMANY FED. REP 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

IRELAND 




ITALY 








LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MONACO . 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 




PORTUGAL 












SPAIN 








SWITZERLAND 




USSR 




UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 




AFGHANISTAN 


7 
3 
4 
29 
3 
60 
12 
88 
13 
27 
9 
19 
15 
2 
1 
1 
31 
102 
4 

10 
4 
14 
36 
18 

274 






2 
2 




2 
2 

11 
1 

1 


3 

7 

3 
24 

3 
25 

12 
79 
13 
24 
7 
14 
12 
1 
1 

19 
81 
2 

6 

4 
10 
27 
14 

238 


2 
2 
29 
3 

3 

3 
3 

17 








BURMA 

CHINA, MAINLAND 




INDIA 




INDONESIA 








ISRAEL 




JAPAN 








KOREA . . 




LEBANON 












OMAN 








PHILIPPINES 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 




SYRIA 




TAIWAN 




THAILAND 




YEMEN lADEN) 




AFRICA 


3 


CAMEROON 


2 


- 


- 




- 


- 


2 


- 









185 



ALIENS DEPORTED BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982-Continued 



NATIONALITY 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


r 

VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 




22 

6 
21 

9 
20 

2 

4 

3 
137 

8 
3 
2 

7 
1 
2 
3 
5 
1 

61 


6 
3 


\ 


2 


1 


1 
2 


1 
19 

11 
6 
18 

18 
1 

3 

1 

3 

117 

6 

I 

4 

2 
3 

5 

53 


2 

9 
3 

3 




EGYPT 




EOUATORIAL GUINEA 




ETHIOPIA 

GAMBIA, THE 

GHANA 








LIBERIA , . 




LIBYA 








MOROCCO 




NAMIBIA 








NIGERIA 




SENEGAL 








SOMALIA 












SWAZILAND 












ZAIRE 








OCEANIA 






9 
3 
3 
9 
23 
14 

12,038 


3 
167 


3 


1 

- 

103 


70 


340 


6 
3 
3 
8 
20 
13 

478 


1 

1 

1 

10,863 








NEW ZEALAND 




PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER 

TONGA .. . 




WESTERN SAMOA 




NORTH AMERICA 


14 


CANADA 


263 

8,366 

350 


55 
88 
17 


1 


20 
64 
14 


13 
37 
16 


267 
28 


80 
146 
140 


72 

7,755 

133 


3 






CARIBBEAN 


2 


ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 


3 
4 
4 
6 

148 
2 
18 
146 
1 
17 
3,059 


; 




3 

1 

7 

3 
5 


11 

1 
4 


9 

18 
26 


2 
2 

1 
1 
36 
1 
10 
74 

9 
112 


2 

3 

81 

7 
38 

2,903 




BAHAMAS, THE 

BARBADOS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 


: 


DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

ST, VINCENT & GRENAD .. 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

CENTRAL AMERICA 


1 


BELIZE 

COSTARICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 


10 
25 
2,127 
590 
205 
58 
44 

846 


10 




1 

3 
43 


2 

2 
6 


4 
12 
2 
2 
12 


1 
11 
25 
24 
26 

9 
16 

290 


5 

14 

2,086 

553 

177 

19 

484 


: 


PANAMA 


- 


SOUTH AMERICA 


3 




24 
18 
32 
29 
438 
155 
24 
3 
98 


3 
1 
2 




4 

4 
24 
2 

6 


3 
3 


1 

3 
4 
2 


15 
14 
19 
17 
112 
38 
15 
2 
47 


8 

6 
293 
107 
5 
1 
43 


_ 


BOLIVIA 


_ 


BRAZIL 


_ 


CHILE 


2 






ECUADOR 


_ 


GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 


- 




1 







ALIENS DEPORTED BY NATIONALITY AND CAUSE 
FISCAL YEAR 1982— Continued 



NATIONALITY 


TOTAL 


CRIMINAL 


IMMORAL 


VIOLATION 

OF 

NARCOTIC 

LAWS 


PREVI- 
OUSLY 

EXCLUDED 
OR 

DEPORTED 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
PROPER 
DOCU- 
MENTS 


FAILED TO 
MAINTAIN 

OR 
COMPLY 
WITH CON- 
DITIONS 

OF 
NONIMM- 
IGRANT 
STATUS 


ENTERED 
WITHOUT 
INSPECT- 
ION OR BY 
FALSE 
STATE- 
MENTS 


MISCEL- 
LANEOUS 




3 

9 
15 

2 


3 


- 


^ 


-_ 


1 


1 
4 
6 

1 


1 
5 
4 




URUGUAY 


_ 






STATELESS OR NOT 









ENF 4.3 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY CAUSE 

FISCAL YEARS 1908-1982 ' 



Period 


Total 


Subver- 
sive or 
anarchist 


Criminal 


Immoral 


Violation 
of narcot- 
ic lavifs 


Mental or 
physical 
defect 


Previously 
excluded 
or deport- 
ed 


Failed to 
maintain 
or comply 
with cond- 
itions of 

grant stat- 
us 


Entered 
without 
proper 
docu- 
ments 


Entered 
without 
inspection 
or by 
false 
state- 
ments 


Public 
charge 


Unable to 

read (over 

16 years 

of age) 


Miscel 


1908-1982 


843,586 


1,530 


48,741 


16.590 


8,662 


27,307 


41,230 


128,094 


155.771 


360,068 


22,558 


16,762 


16,273 


1908-1910 


6,888 
27,912 
92,157 
117,086 
110,849 
129.887 

96.374 


353 
642 
253 
17 
230 

15 


236 
1,209 
8,383 
16,597 
8,945 
6,742 

3,694 


784 
4,324 
4,238 
4,838 

759 
1,175 

397 


374 

1,108 

822 

947 

1,462 


3,228 
6,364 
8,936 
6,301 
1.560 
642 

236 


178 
1,842 
9,729 
17,642 
4,002 

3,601 


5,556 

25,260 
31,334 


31,704 
45,480 
14,288 
35,090 

11,831 


1,106 
4,128 
5,265 
5,159 
50,209 
54,457 

43,561 


474 
9,086 
10,703 
1,886 


704 

5,977 

8,329 

1,746 

5 


1 060 










1931-1940 


2 737 


1941-1950 


812 






1961-1970 


235 




7,438 
7,637 
7,454 
8,746 
10,143 
9,168 
9,260 
9,130 
10,505 
16,893 

231,683 


4 
2 
4 

3 
18 


498 
493 
452 
417 
385 
323 
320 
266 
272 
268 

2,515 


73 
58 
61 
40 
53 
30 
29 
21 
14 
18 

67 


106 
131 
158 
146 
143 
130 
154 
137 
155 
202 

3,622 


54 
53 
29 
22 
23 
13 
14 
8 
12 

38 


357 
353 
368 
373 
355 
336 
360 
345 
361 
393 

4,028 


3,020 
2,967 
2,302 
2,473 
3,241 
3,668 
3,126 
3,200 
2,901 
4,436 

33,725 


400 

378 

417 

688 

1,036 

984 

1,272 

1,356 

1,789 

3,511 

16,501 


2,916 
3,185 
3,642 
4,580 

3!615 
3,947 
3,777 
4,983 
8,035 

170,955 




: 








1963 


20 










1966 


66 


1967 


36 










1970 

1971-1980 


21 
182 


1971 


17,639 
16,266 
16,842 
18,824 
23,438 
27,998 
8,927 
30,228 
28,371 
25,888 
17,262 

30,750 


i 

7 
3 

3 
2 


286 
266 
226 
191 
225 
272 

285 
220 
264 
197 

420 


9 

7 
7 
7 

8 
2 
6 
4 
9 
4 

8 


232 

307 

395 

396 • 

583 

464 

110 

372 

314 

265 

184 

327 


7 
3 
7 
7 
6 
2 

3 

2 

2 


476 
487 
594 
440 
526 
481 
141 
315 
236 
202 
130 

208 


4,140 
3,966 
3,989 
3,839 
3,649 
3,782 
1,007 
3,150 
2,543 
1,901 
1,759 

3,644 


2,979 

2,710 

2,247 

2,086 

1,896 

1,185 

271 

1,066 

871 

707 

483 

877 


9,483 
8,486 
9,342 
11,839 
16,529 
21,777 
7,304 
25,012 
24,165 
22,525 
14,493 

25,228 


3 
1 

2 


i 


21 










1974 

1975 


14 
19 


1976 

1976 TQ 


24 
6 


1977 








1979 . .. 


10 


1980 




1981-1982 


32 


1981 


16,596 

14,154 


2 


192 
228 


4 
4 


159 




120 
88 


1,928 
1,716 


470 

407 


13,708 
11,520 


2 


" 


13 















' Deportation statistics by cause t 



prior to fiscal year 1 908. 



ENF 4.4 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED 

FISCAL YEARS 1973 - 1982 



ALL COUNTRIES 

EUROPE 

ALBANIA 

ANDORRA 

AUSTRIA 

BELGIUM 

BULGARIA 

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 

DENMARK 

FINLAND 

FRANCE 

GERMANY ' 

GERMANY, FED. REP. ' 

GERMAN DEM. REP. ' 

GIBRALTAR 

GREECE 

HUNGARY 

ICELAND 

IRELAND 

ITALY 

LATVIA 

LITHUANIA 

LUXEMBOURG 

MALTA 

MONACO 

NETHERLANDS 

NORWAY 

POLAND 

PORTUGAL 

ROMANIA 

SPAIN 

SWEDEN 

SWITZERLAND 

U.S.S.R 

UNITED KINGDOM 

YUGOSLAVIA 

ASIA 

AFGHANISTAN 

BAHRAIN 

BANGLADESH 

BHUTAN 

BURMA 

CHINA ' 

CHINA, MAINLAND ' 

COCOS ISLANDS 

CYPRUS 

HONG KONG 

INDIA 

INDONESIA 

IRAN 

IRAQ 

ISRAEL 

JAPAN 

JORDAN 

KAMPUCHEA 

KOREA 

KUWAIT 

LAOS 

LEBANON 

MALAYSIA 

NEPAL 

OMAN 

PAKISTAN 

PHILIPPINES 

See footnotes at end of table 



16,842 
1,329 



27,998 
795 



30,228 
734 



28,371 
562 



17,262 
394 



ENF 4.4 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED 

FISCAL YEARS 1973 - 1982— Continued 



COUNTRY TO WHICH 
DEPORTED 

SAUDI ARABIA 

SINGAPORE 

SRI LANKA 

SYRIA 

TAIWAN ' 

THAILAND 

TURKEY 

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES . 

VIETNAM 

YEMEN (ADEN) 

YEMEN (SANAA) 

AFRICA 

ALGERIA 

ANGOLA 

BENIN 

BURUNDI 

CAMEROON 

CAPE VERDE 

CHAD 

CONGO 

DJIBOUTI 

EGYPT 

EQUATORIAL GUINEA 

ETHIOPIA 

GABON 

GAMBIA. THE 

GHANA 

GUINEA 

GUINEA-BISSAU 

IVORY COAST 

KENYA 

LIBERIA 

LIBYA 

MALAWI 

MAURITANIA 

MAURITIUS 

MOROCCO 

NAMIBIA 

N'GER 

NIGERIA 

ST. HELENA 

SENEGAL 

SEYCHELLES 

SIERRA LEONE 

SOMALIA 

SOUTH AFRICA 

SUDAN 

TANZANIA 

TOGO 

TUNISIA 

UGANDA 

UPPER VOLTA 

ZAIRE 

ZIMBABWE 

OCEANIA 

AUSTRALIA 

COOK ISLANDS 

FIJI 

FRENCH POLYNESIA 

KIRIBATI 

NEW ZEALAND 

PACIFIC IS. TRUST TER .... 

SOLOMON ISLANDS 

TONGA 

WESTERN SAMOA 

See footnotes at end of table 



ENF 4.4 

ALIENS DEPORTED BY COUNTRY TO WHICH DEPORTED 

FISCAL YEARS 1973 - 1982— Continued 



NORTH AMERICA 

CANADA 

MEXICO 

CARIBBEAN 

ANTIGUA-BARBUDA 

BAHAMAS. THE 

BARBADOS 

BERMUDA 

BRITISH VIRGIN IS 

CAYMAN ISLANDS 

CUBA 

DOMINICA 

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC 

GRENADA 

GUADELOUPE 

HAITI 

JAMAICA 

MARTINIOUE 

MONTSERRAT 

NETHERLAND ANTILLES . 

ST. CHRIST-NEVIS 

ST LUCIA 

ST. VINCENT & GRENAD . 

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 

TURKS & CAICOS IS 

CENTRAL AMERICA 

BELIZE 

COSTA RICA 

EL SALVADOR 

GUATEMALA 

HONDURAS 

NICARAGUA 

PANAMA 

SOUTH AMERICA 

ARGENTINA 

BOLIVIA 

BRAZIL 

CHILE 

COLOMBIA 

ECUADOR 

FRENCH GUIANA 

GUYANA 

PARAGUAY 

PERU 

SURINAME 

URUGUAY 

VENEZUELA 

UNKNOWN OR NOT 

REPORTED 



518 

1 1 ,678 

622 



46 


76 


54 


45 


91 


2,324 


387 


1,627 


16 


127 


03 


102 


45 


49 



27 



19 

1,968 
25' 
25 

1,138 



25 



17 



4,925 
63' 
22 
3,471 
1,087 
207 
52 
23 



3,303 
47" 
24 
2.390 
644 
137 
20 



3,554 
70 ' 
23 
2,333 
557 
487 



' PRIOR TO FY 1982 HISTORICAL DATA FOR FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY AND GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC ARE CONSOLIDATED 
UNDER GERMANY. 

' PRIOR TO FY 1982 HISTORICAL DATA FOR MAINLAND CHINA AND TAIW^AN ARE CONSOLIDATED UNDER CHINA. 
'" NOT APPLICABLE 



191 



ENF 4.5 

ALIENS DEPORTED AND REQUIRED TO DEPART BY CALENDAR YEAR OF ENTRY AND STATUS AT ENTRY 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



lotal 

Immigrant (except displaced person, refugee, or 

conditional entrant) 

Displaced person or refugee 

Foreign government official 

Temporary visitor 

Transit alien 

Crewman 

Treaty trader or investor 

Representative to international organization 

Returning resident alien 

Student 

Entered without inspection 

Other temporary worker or industrial trainee 

Representative of foreign Information media 

Exchange visitor 

Fiance(e) 

Intracompany transferee 

Other 



Aliens Required to Depart 
Total 



Immigrant (except displaced person, refugee, or 

conditional entrant) 

Displaced persoh or refugee 

Foreign government official 

Temporary visitor 

Transit alien 

Crewman 

Treaty trader or investor 

Representative to international organization 

Returning resident alien 

Student 

Entered without inspection 

Other temporary worker or industnal trainee 

Representative of foreign information media 

Exchange visitor 

Fiance(e) 

Intracompany transferee 

Other 



162 




199 


564 


837 


105 


992 


114 


102 


1 


134 


1 


14 


2 


173 


31 


529 


2,078 


577 


6 



Excludes required departures of technical violators and direct departures under safeguards 



ENF 4.6 

ALIENS DEPORTED AND REQUIRED TO DEPART BY STATUS AT ENTRY 

FISCAL YEARS 1978 - 1982 



Required Departjres 



Total 

Immigrant (except displaced person, 

refugee, or conditional entrant) 

Displaced person or refugee 

Foreign government official 

Temporary visitor 

Transit alien 

Crewman 

Treaty trader or investor 

Representative to international organization 

Returning resident alien 

Student 

Entered without inspection 

Ottier temporary worker or industrial trainee 
Representative of foreign information 

media 

Exchange visitor 

Conditional entrant 

Fiance{e) 

Intracompany transferee 

Other 



17,262 
307 



25 
1,604 
22,370 



15 
1.622 
22,829 



2,036 

22,135 

650 



2,173 

22,529 

577 



ENF4.8 

ALIENS DEPORTED AND REQUIRED TO DEPART BY DISTRICT 

FISCAL YEAR 1982 



Districts 


Total deported and 
required to depart 


Deported 


Required to 
depart 


U.S. Total 


58,950 14,154 44,796 


Eastern Region 


15,157 1,513 13,644 


Baltimore, MD 

Boston, MA 

Buffalo, NY 

Hartford, CT 

Newark, NJ 

New York, NY 

Philadelphia, PA 

PorUand, ME 

St. Albans, VT 

San Juan, PR 

Washington, DC 

Southern Region 


1,259 85 1,174 
1,411 88 1,323 

563 164 399 
634 75 559 

3,188 141 3,047 

5,108 686 4,422 

836 59 777 

69 19 50 

49 7 42 

564 69 495 
1,476 120 1,356 

16,358 6,040 10,318 


Atlanta, GA 

DaUas, TX 


598 52 546 
1,173 239 934 


El Paso, TX 

Hariingen, TX 

Houston, TX 


43,348 2,336 2,012 
4,442 2,358 2,084 


Miami, FL . . . . 


1 486 415 1 071 


New Orleans, LA 

San Antonio, TX 

Northern Region 


542 161 381 
3,426 349 3,077 

10,492 1,171 9,321 


Anchorage, AK 

Chicago, IL 

Qeveland, OH 

Denver CO 


101 7 94 

5,173 391 4,782 

619 26 593 

756 156 600 


Detroit, Ml 


605 93 512 


Helena, MT 

Kansas City, MO 

Omaha, NE 

Portland, OR 

St. Paul, MN 

Seattle, WA 

Western Region 


489 62 427 
602 26 576 
264 23 241 
503 38 465 
340 12 328 
1,040 337 703 

16,943 5,430 11,513 


Honolulu, HI 

Los Angeles, CA 

Phoenix, AZ 

San Diego, CA 

San Francisco, CA 


873 100 773 
4,683 580 4,103 
1,398 84 1,314 
5,767 4,112 1,655 
4,222 554 3,668 





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201 



ENTRIES OF ALIEN AND CITIZEN BORDER 

Unward movemenl of aliens and citizem 



boundaries first recorded in 1 



a Mexican Border 



).989 

1.363,952 



74,240,190 
77,350,266 
78,362,207 
85,400,278 



137.590.261 
144.298.007 
149.657,907 
154.034.400 



205.762,516 
217,680.053 
216,037,815 



242,369.571 
251.236.952 
245.162.146 
277,039,202 



1,256.412.654 3.: 

30.162.945 
31.562,934 
30,034,301 



477.022,589 

52.991.765 
46,858,719 
40,662,207 
40,749,632 
43,424,920 
46,152,918 
51,722,089 



26,481,279 
22,862,697 
20,560.826 



28,651,501 
28.858,336 
28,121,041 



18,617,633 
20,975,281 
20.378.438 



152,229.147 
43.605.803 
150.267.505 
154.939.348 



23,376.757 
26.342,751 
29,242,338 



3,101,381 
9,121,921 
9.927,859 



1.342.488 
2.505.616 
1.981.357 



20.356.375 

2o!338!934 
23.801.416 
28.405.645 
37,154,472 
38.429,096 
39.469.662 
45,322,535 
46.212.282 

592.049.015 



57,014.385 
56,488,049 
58,152,049 
60,823,745 
63,319,099 
65.315.289 
65.530.577 
65.042.519 



92.254.149 
95.209,861 
99,910,293 
101,583,095 
95,719,007 
97.597,400 
29,112.411 



26,410.720 
30.854,674 
32.251.548 



19.608,768 
21,707,282 
24,965,327 



72,610,668 
74,556,071 
77,351,351 
75,740,595 
78,374,007 
81.746,207 
31,627,423 



17,878,795 

12,929,750 
10,275,347 
8.434,715 
9,105,383 
10,165,762 
11,861,161 



5,253.535 
5,623,592 
7,621,217 
10,482,226 
13,443,528 
15,773,964 
15,535,509 
16,054,649 
16,626,902 



47,571,458 
48,000,554 
49,767.313 

53J63!327 

55.494,307 

630,589,188 345.379,172 

56,624.149 30,626.879 

57,406,672 30,778,071 



23,963,853 
24,812,698 
26,097,673 
28,008,556 
28,262.967 
28.497.753 
29,755,395 



29,957.041 
31.691,951 
33,313,991 
35,629,433 
37.044,010 
37.605,781 
38.953,525 
39,778.490 

475.718.464 

39,960,015 
40,693,808 
42.517.192 
42.067,543 
43,591,722 
46,518,140 
17,221,866 
49.876,443 
5 1 ,699,46 1 
47,810,645 
53.761,629 



10,503.385 



1.520 



13.104.166 
15.353.701 
15.740.505 
14.490.747 
13,989.994 

157.372.394 

11.357,962 
12.227.188 
9.182.720 
10,607.527 
13.033,370 
16,719,610 
19,065,230 
19,352,765 
23,681,848 
22,144,174 

239.909,161 

22,660,423 
23,313,547 
22,782,259 
23,607,605 
23,187.856 
23.669.640 
25,514,400 
25,100,360 

25!738!912 

285,210,016 

25,997,270 
26,628,601 
26,828.932 



21.187,591 
22.699,379 
23.023.353 



103.670.026 
107,573.768 
108,095,628 



363.180.150 1.667.419.678 



34,834,159 
33,673,052 
34,782,285 



17.339.783 
16.341.719 
15,536.218 



13.331,299 
13.878,127 



».521.163 
S.721,746 
»,754,846 



23,147,206 
23,357,036 
24,023,094 
24,670,872 



7.527.322 
8,601.983 
8.014.869 



13.193.889 
15372,275 
20,434,862 
19J63,866 



15,528.760 352.139.854 



34.232.126 
32.880.444 
34,964.193 



35.945.323 
33.705,232 
38,392,78! 



34,004,251 
36,798,613 
42,694,635 
46,262,606 
50.719,751 
55.629.577 
59.236.486 



735,170,120 489,781,871 

61,632,780 42,037.246 

64.057.603 43.516.165 

64.737.123 43.358.505 

67,163,858 44,015,497 



586,112 50,291,975 

368,068 53,776,297 

123,180 58,608,672 

599,629 57,714,451 

919,686 635,499,992 

150,753 59,603,496 

290,180 61.317.598 

M5.890 65.076.134 



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1972 




1974 


1975 


1976 


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1976 


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1978 


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1980 


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1982 


P,o»cutions 




























13.200 


16,415 


17.734 


14,172 


17,126 


3.563 


17.176 


16,796 


17,398 


14,863 


16.00 


,4,1.18 


Acquittals 

Dismissals' 


984 


15.458 
52 
905 


16,634 


12,811 


15,772 

35 

1,319 


3.174 
25 
364 


15.388 
34 


15,348 


15,463 


1 88^ 


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17,608 

16,566 

25 

1,017 

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12.865 
12.063 


16.309 
15.386 

874 

878 


12^676 
20 


16,927 

15,653 

34 


3.467 
' 24 

970 


16.776 

15,223 

32 


16.445 
15,140 

1,265 


16,970 
15,163 

1,767 


14,498 
12,678 


15,60 
12.50 

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48 


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803 


937 


930 


2,698 


3,129 3,025 


Prosecutions for nationality 
violattons 


335 
126 

209 


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126 
68 


225 
135 

48 


119 

1 


96 

35 

67 


400 
165 


351 
208 

137 

91 


30( 


365 


40 

13 
13 


426 

262 






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44 


60 


85 


119 


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16^300 


SI. 008.299 
1 .006.689 


$927,003 
922.503 


$754,746 
6^950 


$1,050,148 

1.043,448 

6.700 


S2S6.228 
249.228 


$879,208 
877,108 


$786,370 

779,720 

6.650 


$606,818 

602,818 

4.OO0 


$821,579 
806,029 


$672,746 $877,753 

667,756 834,953 

4,990 42.800 


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Nationality violations.. 


4.894 
176 


5.755 
5.688 


5,998 
5.929 


5,313 
5,111 
202 


6^185 


1.370 

1.316 

54 


6.478 
6.259 


7,597 
7,307 


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77TH CONGRESS THROUGH 97TH CONGRESS 



Congress 



BUls 


Laws 


Introduced 


Enacted 


728 


42 


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 


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3,669 


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2,811 


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121 


429 


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Glossary 



Acquired Citizenship - Citizenship conferred at birth on children born abroad to a citizen parent(s). 

Adjustment to Immigrant Status - Procedure allowing certain aliens already in the United States to apply for 

immigrant 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 immigrant visa is immediately available. In such cases, the alien is counted as an immigrant as of the date of 

adjustment, even though the alien may have been in the United States for an extended period of time. 

Alien - Any person not a citizen or a national of the United States. 

Alien Address Report Program- A now-defunct annual registration program for aliens. Until P.L. 97-1 16 (Act of 

12/29/81) eliminated the stipulation, all aliens in the United States were required to register with the Immigration 

and Naturalization Service each January. Nationality and state of residence data were compiled annually on the 

alien population reporting under the program. The last year for which data are available is 1980. 

Apprehension - The arrest of a deportable alien by the Immigration 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 

employment 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. Asylees are eligible to adjust to lawful permanent resident status after 

one year of continuous presence in the U.S. These immigrants are exempt from the numerical limitation of 270,000. 

However, the I&N Act stipulates that only 5,000 asylees can adjust per fiscal year. 

Beneficiaries - Those aliens who receive immigration benefits from petitions filed with the U.S. Immigration and 

Naturalization Service. Beneficiaries generally derive privilege or status as a result of their relatiortship (including 

that of employer-employee) to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. 

Border Crosser - 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 entering the United States across the 

Canadian border for stays of no more than six months or across the Mexican border for stays of no more 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 2 1 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. 

Certiflcate 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 2 1 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 legitmate while in the legal custody of the legitimating parent; an illegimate child (has 

only one possible parent, the mother): a child adopted while under 16 rears of age who has resided since adoption in 

the legal custody of the adopting parents for a least 2 years; or an orphan, under 16 years of age, who has been 

adopted abroad by a U.S. citizen or has an immediate 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. 



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Crewman - A foreign national serving in any capacity on board a vessel or aircraft. Crewmen 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-1 's. Crewmen who depart on a different vessel than the one on which they arrived are classified as 

D-2's. 

Crewman 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 between April 15, 1980 

and October 10, 1980 and 2) Haitians who entered the country illegally prior to January I, 1981. 

Declaration of Intention - Form once filed by a lawful permanent resident as the first step toward naturalization. 

After three years residence as an immigrant, the alien could file an application indicating his/her intention to 

naturalize. A declaration of intention has not been required of all applicants for naturalization 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 Immigration 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 Immigration Judge without any punishment 

being imposed or contemplated. Data for a fiscal year cover the deportations verified during that fiscal year. 

Airlines, ship companies, or port officials provide the Immigration and Naturalization Service with the departure 

data on aliens who are deported. 

Derivative Citizenship - Citizenship conveyed to children through the naturalization of parents or, under certain 

circumstances, to spouses of citizens at or during 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, Bangkok 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. Data for a fiscal year cover the exclusions verified during that fiscal 

year. Airlines, ship companies, or port officials provide the Immigration and Naturalization Service with the 

departure data on aliens who are excluded. 

Exempt From Numerical Limitations - Those aliens accorded lawful permanent 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 delineate naturalized citizens who have notified the Department of State of their 

expatriation. 

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 30. Prior to FY 1977, 

the fiscal year ran from July 1 through June 30. (For earlier fiscal year date changes, see note in table Imm 1.2.) 

Foreign Medical School Graduate - An immigrant who has graduated from a medical school or has qualified to 

practice medicine in a foreign state, who was licensed and practicing medicine on January 9, 1978, and who entered 

the United States as a nonimmigrant on a temporary worker or exchange visitor visa before January 10, 1978. The 

alien must meet the requirements set forth in P.L. 97-1 16, the Act of 1 2/ 29/ 8 1 , in order to qualify for this immigrant 

classification. These immigrants and their spouses and children are exempt from the numerical limitation of 

270,000. However, if the sum of these immigrant classes plus the investor immigrant classes plus the numerically 

restricted classes exceeds the limitations (for a dependency, an independent country, or worldwide) in any fiscal 

year, the respective limitation of that area is reduced by that excess for the following year. 



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 
bii th. Exceptions are made to prevent the separation of family members when the limitation for the country of birth 
has been met. 

General Naturalization Provisions - The basic requirements for naturalization that every applicant must meet, 
unless a member 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 been physically present 
in the country for half that period. 

Geographic Area of Chargeability - 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 immigration 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 then 

was subject to a 20,000 per-country limit. 

Immediate Relatives - Certain immigrants who because of their close relationship 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. 

Investor - An immigrant who is present in the United States and who, on or before June 1, 1978. qualified as a 

nonpreference immigrant because the alien had invested capital (before June 1, 1978) in a business in the U.S. in 

which the alien was one of the principal managers, and had applied for adjustment to lawful permanent resident 

status. These immigrants and their spouses and children are exempt from the numerical limitation of 270,000. 

However, if the sum of these immigrant classes plus the foreign medical graduate classes plus the numerically 

restricted classes exceeds the limitations (for a dependency, an independent country, or worldwide) in any fiscal 

year, the respective limitation of the area is reduced by that excess for the following year. 

Labor Certiflcation - 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 temporary workers (H-2's) 

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 employment 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 nationality 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 Guam 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 accompanying 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. Nonimmigrants include: 
foreign government officials, officials and employees of international organizations, visitors for business and 
pleasure, crewmen, students, trainees, temporary workers of distinguished merit and ability, and temporary 
workers who perform services unavailable in the United States. Refugees also are considered nonimmigrants when 
initially admitted to the United States. 

Nonpreference Category - Visa numbers not used in any of the first six categories of the preference system. 
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 the United States. 

Occupational Preferences - The third and sixth categories of the preference system. Third preference allows for the 
admission of members of the professions, 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 immigration purposes, a child whose parents have died or disappeared, 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 established by P.L. 96-70, the Act of 
September 27. 1979: I ) certain former employees of the Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone Government, their 
spouses and children; 2) certain former employees of the U.S. Government in the Panama Canal Zone, their spouses 
and children; and 3) certain former 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 1 5,000 immigrants, at a rate of 
no more than 5,000 a year. However, they are not 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 immigrant 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 professions 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 immigrants 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 ahen 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, membership 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. Refugees are 
eligible to adjust to lawful permanent resident status after one year of continuous presence in the United States. 
These immigrants are exempt from numerical limitations. 

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 Arrivals - The number of refugees the Immigration and Naturalization Service initially admits to the 
United States through ports of entry during a fiscal year. 

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 1980, 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 worldwide 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 among 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 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 before an Immigration Judge. Data for a fiscal year cover the required departures verified in that fiscal year. 
Airlines, ship companies, or port officials provide the Immigration and Naturalization Service with the departure 
data on aliens required to depart. 

Silva Immigrants - Immigrants from independent Western Hemisphere 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 immigrants 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 employees or former employees of the U.S. Government abroad, their 
spouses and children; Panama Canal Act immigrants; and certain foreign medical school graduates, their spouses 
and children. 



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Special Naturalization Provisions - Provisions covering special classes of persons who may be naturalized even 

though they do not meet all the general requirements 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 

requirements 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 employees of organizations promoting 

U.S. interests abroad. 

Stateless - Having no nationality. 

Subject to Numerical Limitations - Condition imposed on all immigration to the United States, except for the 

immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, certain special immigrants, and refugees. The number of aliens accorded lawful 

permanent residence under the provisions of the preference system 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 immigrants. 

Suspension of Deportation - A discretionary benefit adjusting an alien's status from 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 alien, who is not married at the time an application is filed. 

Worldwide Ceiling - The numerical limit imposed on immigrant visa issuance worldwide beginning in FY 1 979. The 

current ceiling totals 270,000 visa numbers. Prior to enactment of P.L. 96-212 on March 17, 1980, the worldwide 

ceiling was 290,000. The ceiling in FY 1980 was 280,000. 



Data Sources 



Form Number and Title 



Immigrants 

• New arrivals (Except children born subsequent to issuance 
of immigrant visa to accompanying alien parents; children 
born to lawful permanent resident aliens during temporary 
visits abroad; and American Indians born in Canada) 

• Adjustments (And special new arrival cases listed above) 

Naturalizations 

Derivative Citizenship 

Nonimmigrants 

A lien A ddress 

Deportations 

Required Departures 

Exclusions 

Expatriations 

Performance Analysis 



OF-155 - (State Dept.) Immigrant Visa and Alien 

Registration 
OF-230 - (State Dept.) Application for Immigrant Visa 

and Alien Registration 

I-I81 - Memorandum of Creation of Record of Lawful 
Permanent Residence 

N-400 - Application to File Petition for Naturalization 
N-405 - Petition for Naturalization 
N-480 - Naturalization Petitions Recommended to Be 
Granted 

N-600 - Application for Certificate of Citizenship 
N-604 - Application for Certificate of Citizenship (made 

on Form N-400) 
N-560 - Certificate of Citizenship 

1-94 - Arrival/ Departure Record 

1-53 - Alien Address Report 

1-154 - Deportation Docket Control Card 

I- 1 54 - Deportation Docket Control Card 
I-I61 - Recordof Required Departure Authorized Prior 
to OSC Issuance 

1-259 - Notice to Detain, Deport, Remove, or Present 

Aliens 
1-275 - Notice of Withdrawal of Application for Admission 

to the U.S. 
1-295 - Notice of Decision (of Immigration Judge) 
1-296 - Noticeto Alien Ordered Excluded by Immigration 

Judge 

FS-348 - (State Dept.) Certificate of Loss of Nationality 
of the U.S. 

G-23 - Report of Field Operations 



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