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Published in Print: March 20, 2002, as Mexican Immigrants to the U.S., Ages 5-18, by State of Origin, Since the Mid-1990s

Mexican Immigrants to the U.S., Ages 5-18, by State of Origin, Since the Mid-1990s

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IMMIGRANTS

More

than

30,000

16

Michoacán

33,604

12 Guanajuato 33,552
15 Jalisco 33,202

20,000 -

30,000

11

Estado de Mexico

20,228

10,000 -

20,000

21

Puebla

18,820

13 Guerrero 17,008
32 Zacatecas 13,679
20 Oaxaca 13,271
24 San Luis Potosí 13,114
14 Hidalgo 12,947
30 Veracruz 11,004

1,000 -

10,000

17

Morelos

8,609

10 Durango 8,001
8 Chihuahua 7,635
9 Distrito Federal 6,683
25 Sinaloa 5,611
28 Tamaulipas 5,127
18 Nayarit 4,831
22 Querétaro 4,598
1 Aguascalientes 4,457
19 Nuevo León 4,300
2 Baja California 3,803
5 Coahuila 2,921
6 Colima 2,145
26 Sonora 1,801
7 Chiapas 1,789
29 Tiaxcala 1,434

Fewer

than

10,000

31 Yucatán 864
27 Tabasco 377
23 Quintana Roo 326
4 Campeche 282
3 Baja California Sur 193

SOURCE: National Institute of Statistics, Geography, and Information, 2000 Mexican Census

Vol. 21, Issue 27, Page 25

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