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The United States has the most refugees of any country on the planet. More than 40 million people in the United States were born in another country, accounting for 


roughly one-fifth of all migrants worldwide. Immigrants come from all over the world, and nearly every country is represented by them in the United States.In 2018, the number of foreign-born people in the United States reached a new high of 44.8 million. 

The number of immigrants residing in the United States has more than quadrupled since 1965, when immigration regulations abolished a national quota scheme.

 Immigrants now make up 13.7 percent of the population of the United States, up from 4.8 percent in 1970. However, today's immigrant share is lower than the all-time high of 14.8 percent in 1890, when 9.2 million immigrants lived in the United States.

Not all legal permanent residents choose to become citizens of the United States. Those who wish to apply must follow certain conditions, like having lived in the United States for five years. About 800,000 immigrants applied for naturalization in fiscal year 2019.


 

While the number of applications for naturalization has increased in recent years, annual totals remain below the 1.4 million submitted in 2007.The vast majority of immigrants who are registered for naturalization do so. 

Mexican lawful immigrants, on the other hand, have the lowest naturalization rate in the world. According to a 2015 Pew Research Center survey, language and personal barriers, lack of interest, and financial barriers are among the top reasons given by Mexican-born green card holders for not naturalizing.

Immigrating to the United States entails obtaining a green card (officially recognized as an "alien visa" or "lawful permanent residence") and settling permanently in the country. A green card entitles you to work without restrictions and can be extended indefinitely.


 It also offers a route to citizenship in the United States.A green card is not available to all, and applying for one can be costly and time-consuming. Many people instead use temporary visas to come to the United States to visit, work, or study. Such visas (officially known as "nonimmigrant visas") are often reversible and valid for several visits, allowing you to stay in the US for many years.This guide focuses on permanent immigration options. 

However, keep in mind that many people begin their journey on temporary visas (such as F-1 or J-1 student visas) before receiving green cards. Consider if a temporary visa could help you achieve your goals if you don't currently qualify for an immigrant visa.Immigration to the United States refers to the international movement of non-U.S. citizens seeking to establish a permanent residence in the country. 



Throughout much of the United States' history, immigration has been a significant cause of population growth and cultural change. Since the United States is a settler colonial culture, all Americans may trace their ancestors to settlers from other countries around the world, with the exception of a small number of Native Americans.With 47 million immigrants as of 2015, the United States has the largest immigrant population in any country in terms of absolute numbers. This equates to 19.1% of the world's 244 million foreign migrants and 14.4% of the population of the United States. Other countries, such as Switzerland (24.9 percent) and Canada (21.9 percent), have higher proportions of immigrants.


Policies such as the national origins formula restricted immigration and naturalization opportunities for people from outside Western Europe between 1921 and 1965. Exclusion laws enacted as early as the 1880s usually prevented or strongly limited immigration from Asia, and quota laws enacted in the 1920s restricted immigration from Eastern Europe. 

These ethnic quotas were replaced by per-country caps for family-sponsored and employment-based preference visas as a result of the civil rights movement. The number of first-generation immigrants in the United States has quadrupled since then.According to research, immigration to the United States benefits the economy. With few exceptions, the data shows that immigration has a positive economic impact on the native population on average, but the evidence on whether low-skilled immigration has a negative impact on low-skilled natives is mixed. 



Immigrants have lower crime rates than Native Americans, according to reports.Obtaining US citizenship through marriagePermanent residents who apply for citizenship via marriage may become naturalized in three years under special rules in US immigration law. 

Before applying for citizenship, most permanent residents must have lived in the United States for at least five years. However, after just three years, the spouse of a U.S. citizen residing in the United States may be entitled to file Form N-400, Application for Naturalization, based on his or her marriage.The special protections for the spouse of a U.S. citizen residing in the United States are defined in the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA Section 319(a)).

 The spouse must have lived in the United States for at least three years after becoming a permanent resident, and he or she must have lived in civil union with his or her U.S. citizen spouse for at least three years prior to filing the naturalization application.There is a civil union clause if you are applying for citizenship via marriage to a U.S. resident. In most cases, you must have lived in marital union with your U.S. citizen spouse for at least three years prior to filing the N-400 application. This clause stipulates that you must reside in marital union with your citizen partner for the entire three-year period prior to filing.

 If you and your citizen partner actually live together, USCIS finds you to be "living in marital union."

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