GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Latin America Immigration Statistics [Fresh Research]

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"In 2019, the number of Latin American migrants living outside their countries of birth reached 42 million."

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"In 2018, 19.8 million US immigrants came from Mexico and Central America, accounting for 44% of the total immigrant population."

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"Between 2015 and 2019, the immigrant population from Venezuela to the United States increased by 82%."

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"In 2018, 48% of Brazilian immigrants, aged 25 and older, had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to 32% of all immigrants in the United States."

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"More than 10% of the population of El Salvador lives in the United States."

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"In 2019, nearly 8 million unauthorized immigrants living in the United States were Mexican or Central American."

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"In 2019, the United States was the top destination for Latin American immigrants, hosting around 67% of the region’s migrants."

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"As of 2017, 32% of the Venezuelan migrant population in the United States had become naturalized U.S. citizens."

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"In 2018, Latin American immigrants in the United States had a median household income of $50,000, compared to the overall U.S. population’s $61,000."

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"In 2018, 31% of Cuban immigrants in the U.S. had a bachelor’s degree or higher, compared to just 11% in 1980."

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"Between 2010 and 2017, the Dominican population in the United States increased by 104,000 people."

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"In 2018, nearly 60% of legal Central American migrants to the United States were women, and 40% were children or teenagers."

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"As of 2018, Colombia is hosting 1.1 million Venezuelan migrants."

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"In 2019, 60% of Colombians living in the United States were between ages 18 and 64."

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"In 2014, approximately 4.3 million Latin Americans living in the United States were eligible for U.S. citizenship but had not naturalized."

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"Between 2000 and 2017, the number of Mexican immigrants residing in the United States dropped by 9%."

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"In 2019, 75% of remittance flows to Latin America and the Caribbean came from the United States."

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"Latin American immigrants made up 74.5% of the total immigrant population in Argentina by 2019."

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