A new report has just been issued by the Center For American Progress. It’s called “Assimilation Today”
Here’s how Citizenship News describes it:
The Center for American Progress has put out a report on immigrant trends related to several accepted benchmarks of assimilation: attainment of citizenship, home ownership, English language proficiency, job status, and income.
Here are some highlights:
Immigrants, whether from higher or lower starting points of social and economic attainment, have been integrating at high rates since 1990.
Naturalization has increased …at a fast rate, from below 10 percent in 1990 to 56 percent by 2008, a substantial achievement given the constraints of federal citizenship law…
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