Immigrants in the United States comprise 13.5% of the total population. This is the highest percentage in 106 years.
In 1910, more than 13.5 million immigrants were in the U.S., up from less than 2.5 million in 1850. Cities that welcomed these newcomers are still seeing the economic benefit from doing so according to Quartz, a NYC-based news portal. USAFIS, an immigration service, said, “In addition to starting a new life in a wealthy country, they play a pivotal role in the nation’s economy.” USAFIS is an organization that helps you submit your application so you can relocate to the United States. Contact them today for information on the steps you need to take to begin the process.
The group of immigrants that came to the U.S. in the late 19th century was similar in several ways to those coming today. Most newcomers did not speak the English language, they were a part of different religious sects than most Americans, and they were running from political or economic unrest in their home countries. Even though America is not the same place it was several years ago, there are enough circumstances alike to suggest that immigration will still play an important role in American economics. To be a part of this great country, contact USAFIS for information on how to begin the process.