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Immigrant's Weekly May 23, 2005
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30.8 Million Nonimmigrants In FY 2004

The Office of Immigration Statistics of the DHS released its analysis of the characteristics of nonimmigrants arriving in FY 2004, highlights include:

  • Almost one-half of the 30.8 million nonimmigrant arrivals in FY 2004 were citizens of three countries: the United Kingdom, Mexico, and Japan
  • Most common states of destination included Florida, California, New York, Texas, and Hawaii
  • 22.8 million entered as tourists with an additional 4.6 million entering as business travelers
  • Males were more likely than females to enter the United States in 2004
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