Black Immigrants in America: A Closer Look

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  • Black immigration, immigration
  • A Census Snapshot of Black Immigration
  • A Census Snapshot of Black Immigrants
  • Immigration, work visa
  • Immigration, illegal immigration
  • education, immigration
  • Income Disparities, Immigration
  • Unemployment among Black immigrants
  • Tolu Olubunmi, immigration, DREAM Act
  • Immigration, Haiti, Cuba

Reuniting With Family

Sixty percent of Caribbean immigrants came to the U.S. through family channels, compared to 48 percent of Africans. Refugees from Ethiopia, Somalia, Liberia, Sudan and Eritrea represented 30 percent of all Black African immigrants in 2009, according to MPI’s findings.

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