The United States has been welcoming immigrants for generations, but the numbers are rising.
In 2018, more than 12 million immigrants entered the country, according to an estimate by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
In 2016, more people entered the U: 1.5 million, the Census Bureau estimated.
The biggest change in recent years has been the growth of the international community.
In 2017, more immigrants from China, India, and other countries joined the country than any other nationality, according a study by the Migration Policy Institute, a liberal think tank.
In 2019, the number of foreigners in the U rose to about 1.8 million.
And the number entering the country every year has been increasing, as more foreign workers seek a pathway to citizenship and the U’s skilled labor force expands.
The nation has more than 8 million immigrants from Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Ahead of this year’s census, the U, which is not part of the Common Core, conducted a national survey to gauge how many immigrants were arriving each year.
They found the immigrant population has been growing at a steady pace.
It reached more than 1.6 million in 2018.
But immigration is a contentious topic.
Some fear it’s a barrier to American workers who have struggled to secure employment in recent decades, while others say it’s good for the economy and an investment in the nation’s future.
There are also some who say it hurts the economy, especially for families.
The American Federation of Labor, a union that represents more than 20 million workers, has pushed for stricter immigration controls, saying the cost to employers would be too high.
And some have been critical of the census, saying it is too small.
In fact, the census itself has been criticized for being too small, especially by economists who say the survey is skewed by the way it uses census data and oversamples foreign-born residents.
In 2018, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said the Census is the most accurate survey of foreign- born Americans in a decade.
The bureau also reported that about 7,000 foreign- and native-born workers had been hired by U.s. businesses since the census was first conducted in 1990.
The Bureau of Statistics said in a statement that the census also is the only source of accurate data on immigrant and native wage and salary earnings.
It said the bureau collects and analyzes all information collected about workers and businesses.