The foreign-born population includes anyone who is not a U.S. citizen at birth, including those who become U.S. citizens through naturalization. The native-born population includes anyone who is a U.S. citizen at birth. Read More...
Constitution Day and Citizenship Day: September 17, 2021
The 2019 American Community Survey estimated there were 306.5M citizens and 21.8M noncitizens in the U.S. About 277.9M citizens were born in the U.S.
Indonesia Independence Day (1945): August 17, 2021
The Census Bureau’s International Data Base estimated the July 1, 2021, population of Indonesia at 275.1M (4th most populous) and the U.S. at 332.5M (3rd).
India Independence Day (1947): August 15, 2021
The Census Bureau’s International Data Base estimates the July 1, 2021, population of India at 1.3B (450.5 people per sq. km) and the U.S. at 332.5M (36.3).
Characteristics of the U.S. Population by Generational Status: 2013
This report examines demographic and economic characteristics of the second generation population, making comparisons with other generational groups.
Homeownership Among the Foreign-Born Population: 2011
This report examines home-ownership and renter status among foreign-born households.
The Foreign-Born Population from Africa: 2008-2012
This brief discusses the size, place of birth, geographical distribution, and educational attainment of the foreign born from Africa.
The Foreign-Born Population by U.S. Region, 1850-2016
Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Population Association of America.
The Opportunities and Challenges of Linked IRS Administrative...
This paper assesses bias in and demonstrates the utility of linked IRS, SSA, ACS, and decennial census data for longitudinal study of contemporary migration.
Foreign-Born and Native-Born Migration in the U.S.: Evidence from...
This paper details migration among native-born and foreign-born populations in the United States using linked IRS, SSA, ACS, and decennial census records.