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USCIS Releases Report on U.S. Naturalizations in 2011

USCIS has released a report on the number and characteristics of naturalization applications for 2011. The report focuses on the applicants who were 18 and over and who became U.S. citizens during 2011. According to the data, in 2011, the total number of persons naturalizing was 694,193. The leading countries of birth of new citizens were Mexico (94,783), India (45,985), the Philippines (42,520), the People’s Republic of China (32,864), and Colombia (22,693). The largest number of persons naturalizing lived in California (151,183), Florida (87,309), and New York (76,603).


In Arizona its hot hot hot.

http://www.uscis.gov/dateCalculator.html

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USCIS Releases Report on U.S. Naturalizations in 2011

USCIS has released a report on the number and characteristics of naturalization applications for 2011. The report focuses on the applicants who were 18 and over and who became U.S. citizens during 2011. According to the data, in 2011, the total number of persons naturalizing was 694,193. The leading countries of birth of new citizens were Mexico (94,783), India (45,985), the Philippines (42,520), the People’s Republic of China (32,864), and Colombia (22,693). The largest number of persons naturalizing lived in California (151,183), Florida (87,309), and New York (76,603).

Yep, really interesting statistics. If you are interested, here is the document: http://www.dhs.gov/xlibrary/assets/statistics/publications/natz_fr_2011.pdf

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Thank for sharing, an interesting read. I figured that Mexico would lead the field with Naturalization. But I was a little surprised that India took second spot over the Philippines. Very interesting to see stats for the regions, age and number of years as a LPR. Looking forward to seeing the stats for 2012 next year. I will have to show this to my co-workers, one was born in Mexico and the other in China. I think they'll find it quite interesting as well.


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Thank for sharing, an interesting read. I figured that Mexico would lead the field with Naturalization. But I was a little surprised that India took second spot over the Philippines. Very interesting to see stats for the regions, age and number of years as a LPR. Looking forward to seeing the stats for 2012 next year. I will have to show this to my co-workers, one was born in Mexico and the other in China. I think they'll find it quite interesting as well.

Yeah, I am part of these statistics since I was naturalized last year. Though regarding countries, I am in the "others" batch :(

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