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How do you find U.S. immigration statistics?

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Official U.S. immigration statistics, reports and news releases are available at the Department of Homeland Security's website. As of March 2015, the site's Yearbook of Immigration Statistics covers 1996 to 2013.

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In addition to offering immigration statistics, the Department of Homeland Security also offers profiles and reports on legal permanent residents and naturalized citizens of the United States. Readers can discover data on immigrant countries of origin, law enforcement immigration statistics, refugee definitions and more by reading through immigration reports, according to the Department of Homeland Security.

In 2013, 990,553 individuals were granted lawful permanent residence in the United States, according to CNN. In the same year, 779,929 individuals officially became naturalized U.S. citizens.

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