Migration

Here's where US immigrants have come from for the last 200 years

These infographics and charts show how much the United Sates owes its identity and heritage to immigration. Image: REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

Skye Gould

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Rebecca Harrington

Reporter, Tech Insider

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