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Yes. In fact most immigrants into Mexico are American. According to the latest census (2010), there were 738,103 American nationals registered as immigrants and living in Mexico.


Most illegal immigrants from Mexico are people with little to no education (most are former peasants) who don't earn enough to support their families and are forced to look for alternatives.


Origins of New Mexico Families was created in 1954.



THe writer from New Mexico a border state is afraid that immigrants take jobs from minorities.


immigrants clean have to work for people and try to sneak in America then the get sent back to Mexico.


in spanish ese viva mexico f*** who ever wrote this question 'Immigrants' to where from where?


He is the son of Lebanese immigrants and was born in Mexico City in 1940.


Over 13,696 first-generation, Argentinian immigrants live in Mexico (2010). This number does not include illegal immigrants nor children born in Mexico from Argentinian or Argentinian-Mexican parents.


Most immigrants to America now is Mexico and many latin American countries


The Caribbean Sea is sometimes referred to as the Gulf of Mexico.


Extended families living together under the same roof are more prevalent in Mexico, especially lower-income, including "blue collar" and rural families.


Mexico has sent over about 5,000,000 immigrants throughout the 1900's.


Only if they don't have a green card, but Mexicans are not the only illegal immigrants


Three fifths of the immigrants on Earth immigrate to the United States. The majority of these immigrants come from Mexico and Canada with a few from Germany.


Mexico is reaching a demographic transition, where families tend to be smaller. Nowadays most families in Mexico are composed by both parents and one up to three children. Current fertility rate is 2.27 children per woman (2015 est.)


Of course. Many Chinese immigrants have established their businesses in Mexico, including Chinese restaurants.


It isn't; it has actually remained relatively healthy thanks to immigrants getting into the US; especially if you consider them as an "export" (i.e. Mexico exports cheap labor into the US).Mexican immigrants are people with little to no education who do not reach the United States because of its culture or lifestyle; they immigrate into the US to get jobs that offer greater wages than those of the same kind found in Mexico. For instance, while the average chambermaid would earn $15,012 in the United States, she would earn as little as $4,896 in Mexico.Now, as they immigrate into the US, they leave their family and friends behind; they usually send a fraction of their earnings back to Mexico; these are known as remittances. During 2013, Mexican immigrants sent approximately $22 billion back to Mexico, which is approximately 1.6% of the Mexican economy at nominal value.


For America it is Mexico and is 57%




Mexican immigrants didn't settle in Texas...before the war Texas was a PART of Mexico...it's more like the immigrants didn't leave.


Central America makes up the largest group of immigrants coming to Mexico. People from Panama, Costa Rica, Guatemala, and Honduras all come to Mexico.Ê


Mexico did not experience the great depression as heavily as other countries.


If they have emigrated from elsewhere and immigrated to Mexico presumably they did so for a reason and would wish to stay.



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