IMMIGRATION: Fiscal Figures

During the fiscal year ending June 30, 1928, a total of 307,255 immigrants took up residence in the U. S. (as compared with 335,175 during the previous fiscal year). The bulk of them came from;

Canada 73,154 Mexico 59,016 Germany 45,778 Irish Free State 38,193 England 33,597 Scotland 23,177 Italy 18,740 Scandinavian lands 18,664 France 17,963

Immigration from all countries (except Canada and Mexico) is restricted by the quota system.

Though having yearly quotas of 100 each, the following regions seldom send immigrants to the U. S.: Ethiopia, Muscat, Nepal, British Togoland, French Togoland, French Cameroon, Tanganyika, Nauru, New Guinea, Yap.

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