State by State: Where US Immigrants Come From
More than a million new immigrants arrive in the United States each year and the biggest share of these newcomers comes from India.
In 2010, Asian immigrants began to overtake the number of Hispanic immigrants arriving in the U.S. annually. The number of people arriving from Latin America declined sharply after the start of the Great Recession in early 2008.
In 2017, 126,000 people came to the U.S. from India. After India, the most immigrants came from Mexico (124,000), China (121,000) and Cuba (41,000).
Asians are now expected to become the largest immigrant group in the country by 2055, outnumbering Hispanics, according to