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The Rise of New Immigrant Gateways

The U.S. foreign-born population grew 57.4 percent in the 1990s; by 2000 nearly onethird of U.S. immigrants resided outside established settlement states. Thirteen states primarily in the West and Southeast-including many that had not previously been major destinations for immigrants-saw foreign-born growth rates more than double the national average. These states included, Colorado, Georgia, Nevada, and North Carolina.

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