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The Brookings Institution Metropolitan Policy Program Audrey Singer, Immigration Fellow The Rise of New Immigrant Gateways: Metropolitan Washington in Context National Equal Opportunity Conference U.S. Branch of Labor and the National Association of Workforce Boards August 11-13, 2004

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Immigration Headlines from Census 2000 More outsiders entered the United States in the 1990s than in any earlier decade Immigrants are settling in numerous new places with little history of migration The difficulties of joining foreigners will be a developing issue in numerous spots in the United States

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The country\'s essential Gateway States are moving From Northeast and Southwest To Southeast and Mountain West

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The offer of the U.S. populace that is remote conceived is lower toward the end of the twentieth century than toward the begin Number of outside conceived and share of populace, United States, 1900-2000 Source: Lindsay and Singer, "Evolving Faces: Immigrants and Diversity in the Twenty-First Century," June 2003

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Source nations have turned around—from fundamentally European to principally non-European 1900-1920 1980-2000

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Few urban areas kept up their status as doors all through the twentieth century 1900 2000

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Former Gateways pulled in extensive quantities of workers in the mid 1900s yet didn\'t really do

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Continuous Gateways are for quite some time built up and proceeding with goals for migrants

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Post-World War II Gateways started drawing in foreigners amid the second 50% of the twentieth century

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Emerging Gateways experienced quick settler development in the course of recent years

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Re-rising Gateways wound down as goals in the center part of the century, yet have bounced back as of late

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Three variables group metropolitan passages for migration: SIZE of the metropolitan zone and of the outside conceived populace RATE of GROWTH and PERCENT outside conceived populace DOMINANCE, PERSISTANCE, and HISTORY of the settlement of the outside conceived

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Five sorts of metropolitan outsider entryways in 2000 Former (8) Baltimore Buffalo Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Continuous (9) Boston Chicago Jersey City Newark New York Bergen-Passaic NJ Middlesex-Somerset NJ Nassau-Suffolk, NY San Francisco Re-Emerging (9) Denver Minneapolis-St. Paul Oakland Philadelphia Phoenix Portland Sacramento San Jose Seattle Tampa Emerging (7) Atlanta Dallas Fort Worth Las Vegas Orlando Washington, DC West Palm Beach Post-WWII (7) Fort Lauderdale Houston Los Angeles Orange County Riverside-San Bernardino San Diego Miami

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Five sorts of metropolitan migrant portals in 2000 (in addition to one more) Continuous (9) Boston Chicago Jersey City Newark New York Bergen Passaic NJ Middlesex-Somerset NJ Nassau-Suffolk, NY San Francisco Former (8) Baltimore Buffalo Cleveland Detroit Milwaukee Philadelphia Pittsburgh St. Louis Pre-rising (5) Austin Charlotte Greensboro-Winston Salem Raleigh-Durham Salt Lake City Re-Emerging (9) Denver Minneapolis-St. Paul Oakland Philadelphia Phoenix Portland Sacramento San Jose Seattle Tampa Emerging (7) Atlanta Dallas Fort Worth Las Vegas Orlando Washington, DC West Palm Beach Post-WWII (7) Fort Lauderdale Houston Los Angeles Orange County Riverside-San Bernardino San Diego Miami

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Continuous and Post-WWII Gateways still overwhelm, yet Emerging and Re-Emerging are becoming quicker

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Population development in Continuous and Post-WWII Gateways depends more on movement than in Emerging Gateways

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Immigrant habitation in the 1980s and 1990s favored rural ranges Foreign Born in Cities and Suburbs, 45 metro territories (in millions)

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Immigrants in Emerging Gateways will probably live in suburbia Emerging Former Post-WWII Re-rising Pre-rising Continuous

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Metropolitan Washington positions seventh in number of remote conceived occupants Top Ten Immigrant Populations by Metropolitan Area, 2000 Source: US Census Bureau

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Metropolitan Washington\'s outside conceived populace developed by 70 percent in the 1990s, or almost 350,000 migrants Immigrants in the Washington Metropolitan Region 1970-2000 1970 1980 1990 2000

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Washington Metropolitan Area in 2000 FREDERICK BERKELEY JEFFERSON MONTGOMERY CLARKE LOUDOUN DC WARREN PRINCE GEORGE\'S FAIRFAX FAUQUIER PRINCE WILLIAM CALVERT CHARLES CULPEPER STAFFORD KING GEORGE SPOTSYLVANIA ARLINGTON ALEXANDRIA

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The District\'s offer of the outside conceived in Metropolitan Washington has declined from 26% to 9%, while rural shares have grown 1970 Total Foreign Born 127,579 2000 Total Foreign Born 832,016 Share of Foreign Born by Jurisdiction, 1970 and 2000

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In 1990, settlers dwelled near the center of the locale… Source: US Census Bureau

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… by 2000, the center of the locale turned out to be all the more thickly settled, while the rural zones expanded their shares Source: US Census Bureau

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More than one-fourth of the number of inhabitants in Arlington, Alexandria and Montgomery provinces are remote conceived Share Foreign Born by Jurisdiction, Washington Metropolitan Area, 2000 Source: US Census Bureau

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Washington has the second biggest Salvadoran people group in the United States, in any case, they constitute just 13 percent of the district\'s settlers in 2000 Source: US Census Bureau

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Many neighborhoods over the district have high shares of outsider occupants Largest Share Foreign-Born, by Selected Place, 2000

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Percent of the Total Population that is Foreign Born in Selected Places, 2000 SILVER SPRING (35.2%) El Salvador 22.5 Ethiopia 5.6 Vietnam 5.4 Other Western Africa 3.8 Guatemala 3.7 LOGAN CIRCLE/SHAW (23.9%) El Salvador 25.2 Guatemala 11.6 Mexico 10.1 China 7.4 Vietnam 4.0 ANNANDALE (34.5%) Vietnam 15.6 Korea 15.2 Bolivia 8.4 El Salvador 7.9 India 4.0 Source: US Census Bureau

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Compared with other worker portals, Washington\'s destitution rates for outside conceived occupants is lower Source: US Census Bureau The Brookings Institution

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The offer of poor outsiders differs crosswise over wards; the center has higher shares, internal rural areas have bigger numbers Source: US Census Bureau The Brookings Institution

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Six Implications for Local Leaders Understand nearby migration elements Encourage municipal engagement Bring social and dialect affectability to administration conveyance Build English dialect limit Provide workforce bolster Create linkages to standard establishments

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www.brookings.edu/metro

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