By Sabrina Tavernise, New York Times
December 16, 2010
The flow of immigrants to the United States has resumed, after falling to the lowest level in decades during the recession, a new study finds.
The number of immigrants in the United States was estimated to have risen by about half a million in the year that ended in 2009, a jump from the previous year, when immigration stopped almost completely during the recession, according the study, which was conducted by the Brookings Institution and is being released on Thursday. [...]
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