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Immigrant Status and Information Concerning European Immigrants

Marosek, Amelia; Smith, Raymond Arthur

Recent European-born immigrants are a distinctive group compared to the rest of the foreign-born immigrant population, differing in a variety of ways including lower rates of poverty, higher levels of English language proficiency, and higher rates of education, as well as being an older and more naturalized group. These factors contribute to Euro-Americans having greater success than other foreign-born immigrants, and even occasionally than native-born Americans.

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Academic Units
Political Science
Series
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
Published Here
November 2, 2015
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