Pew Research Center reports that the foreign-born population of the country has reached 43.7 million in 2016.1 The number of US immigrants has tripled since 1970, with immigrants accounting for 13% of the US population.
While it’s no surprise that the United States is a country of immigrants, immigration history shows that initial immigrants typically hailed from European countries.1
We deal with a lot of immigrants on a daily basis. Some have adjusted, and others are still finding their way through the U.S., learning as they go. Here is some advice for new immigrants in the U.S. that we hope is helpful.
Countries all over the world have issues with immigration. However, not all immigration problems are the same. Some countries actually have a negative immigration problem, where too many people are leaving, while others have an influx problem, where too many people are arriving.
In an age of fluctuating policies and torn loyalties, immigration has taken a front-row seat to the country’s political civil war. Now, immigrants are faced with the fear of being caught in the crossfires of this ongoing dual. On both ends of the spectrum, lawmakers are attempting to establish or revitalize rules to create a more effective immigration process. [Read more…]