The American Immigration Council (AIC) recently released its report titled: Unauthorized Immigrants Today: A Demographic Profile 다운로드.

Too often participants in the immigration debate hold strong opinions based on a completely inaccurate understanding of who the folks are who make up the population of undocumented immigrants in this country.  In fact, of particular note, the AIC’s recent report points out:

Three-fifths of unauthorized immigrants have been in the United States for more than a decade 소니 노트북 드라이버 다운로드. According to estimates from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), 41 percent of unauthorized immigrants in the United States as of 2012 had arrived in the United States during the 1990s, and another 18 percent during the 1980s 속초시 지도 다운로드. 42 percent of unauthorized immigrants had arrived in the United States between 2000 and 2011. (Report, page 2).

Nearly half of adult unauthorized immigrants live in households with children under the age of 18 soundwire. According to Pew, 46 percent of unauthorized immigrant adults had minor children in 2010. In comparison, 38 percent of legal immigrants (including naturalized U.S 코넬식 노트 다운로드. citizens) and 29 percent of U.S. natives had minor children. (Report, page 4).

Roughly 4.5 million native-born U.S.-citizen children have at least one unauthorized parent 트립컴퓨터 다운로드. Pew estimates that unauthorized immigrants already in the United States had approximately 5.5 million children in 2010. Roughly 1 million of those children were themselves unauthorized immigrants, while the remaining 4.5 million were native-born U.S bve 1호선 다운로드. citizens. (Report, page 4).

The AIC report helps remind us that “The truth     r스튜디오 32비트.     .     .      is that unauthorized immigrants include adults and children, mothers and fathers, homeowners and people of faith, most of whom are invested in their communities” 제너레이션 킬 다운로드.

This report is well worth reading and sharing with others.  Read the entire Report by clicking below 다운로드.

Unauthorized Immigrants Today_ A Demographic Profile _ Immigration Policy Center

or view the report directly on AIC’s site with with all addition hyper-linked resources by clicking here.