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    Immigration by the Numbers — Off the Charts

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    Can America Eliminate World Poverty via Immigration?

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    Legal Immigration

    416,000 Legal Immigrants, Who and From Where? The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reported that 15 percent of all persons becoming Legal Permanent Residents (LPR) in the United States in 2009 were born in Mexico. China was second with 5.7 percent, and then the Philippines (5.3 percent), India (5.1 percent) and the Dominican Republic (4.4 percent) finished out the top five.  Those countries alone accounted for 35 percent of all new LPRs in 2009. Human Events 2010 August 10 Related Posts:Immigration, open US borders: the secret reasonReality Zone Unfiltered News 2011 January 29-February 4Federal Data: U.S. Annually Admits Quarter Of A Million Muslim MigrantsBetween The Lines This Week – August…

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    Illegal Immigration

    Illegal Immigrants are Career Criminals The amount of illegal aliens who break laws will never be known for sure, but those that were caught provide some pretty terrifying insight. The Government Accountability Office, (GAO), released a study it conducted in 2005 of 55,322 incarcerated illegal aliens. The study population averaged 8 arrests each…97% had more than one arrest and an astonishing 26% had over eleven arrests.  This only included crimes committed in the US. How many crimes they each committed in their country of origin are unknown. HumanEvents.com 2010 June 15 Read It Here — Every Detail Of The Arizona Enforcement Law (originally SB 1070) By Rosemary Jenks, Friday, May 21,…