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  1. Alaska - Immigration in America

    Alaska Significance: Alaska saw considerable Russian immigration during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, but by the early twentieth century ...
  2. '450,000 illegal immigrants in US are from India' - Rediff ...

    Indians constitute 4 per cent of the total illegal immigrants living in the US, a country where the overall unauthorised immigrant population has remained ...
  3. The American Indian and Alaska Native Population: 2010

    a different regional population dis-persion pattern compared with the American Indian and Alaska Native alone population (see Figure 2). In 2010, 13 percent of multiple-
  4. Alaska QuickFacts from the US Census Bureau

    Business, people, and geography statistics for Alaska boroughs and census areas from the U.S. Census Bureau.
  5. 450,000 illegal immigrants in US are from India: Report - The ...

    Indians constitute four per cent of the total illegal immigrants living in the US, a country where the overall unauthorized immigrant population has ...
  6. Study Says 450,000 Unauthorized Indian Immigrants in U.S ...

    WASHINGTON — The number of unauthorized immigrants from India living in the U.S. in 2012 was about 450,000 — or approximately 4% of the total of 11.2 million ...
  7. 450K illegal immigrants in US are from India: Report

    Indians constitute four per cent of the total illegal immigrants living in the US, a country where the overall unauthorised immigrant population has remained ...
  8. Indian American - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    While the table above provides a picture of the population of Indian American (alone) and Asian Americans (alone) in some of the metropolitan areas of the US, it is ...
  9. Census Information Centers (CIC) - American Indian and Alaska ...

    American Indian and Alaska Native Data Links Population Snap Shot. American Indian and Alaska Native Population, Alone or in Combination - More: Population Estimates ...
  10. Alaska - Home | Federation for American Immigration Reform

    According to the Census Bureau the foreign-born population of Alaska was about 52,313 persons in 2012. This estimate meant a foreign-born population share of 7.2 percent.