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TABLE 43.—Immigrant and nonimmigrant aliens admitted, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by classes under the immigration act of 1924,

with comparative per cents, as specified

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1 Aliens whose last permanent residence was in some foreign country, who come with the intention of residing in the United States permanently or for an indefinite period longer than one year.

1 Aliens coming for a short stay in the United States or returning from a visit abroad. 3 Wives, and unmarried children under 18 years of age, born in quota countries.

Does not include aliens born in nonquota countries, who were admitted under the act of 1924 as Government officials, visitors, transits, returning residents, etc. • Admitted under the act approved May 26, 1926.

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TABLE 44.—Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, fiscal year ended June 30, 1987, by classes and country or area of birth

Born in Europe

All classes, total..

538, 001 316, 828 827 15 2,420 2,188 361 6, 996 273 4,942 248 2, 180 9,701 64, 137 38, 614 1,374 23, 686 2,217 4,398 2, 323 Nonimmigrants, total.

95, 704 53, 969 39 1 605 606 77 576 32 918 33 437 3, 148 0,515 16,530 2604, 011 529 386 427 Government officials, their families, attendants, servants, and employees..

5,683 2, 274

24 48 4. 64 3 35 1 19 252 Temporary visitors for business.

408 474 4 59 10 10
22,515 16,346

40
267 228 13 240 8 200
Temporary visitors for pleasure..

9
37, 993 21, 340

66 1, 192 3,194 4, 431 28 721 124 127
9 1 260 218 27
224

191

16 525 16
In continuous transit through the United

125 1, 0032, 251 7,837 171 2,321 282 128 155
States..

28, 312 13, 645 30

53 97 33 48 5 155 7 227 699 To carry on trade under existing treaty.....

655 3, 648 56 890 108 1, 201

120 41 1 15

3

2

7 140 1 20 5 1
Nonquota immigrants, total.. 284, 227 107, 254 689 6 954 1,033 165 3, 390 28 1, 405 83 1,287 2,961 7,973 9,743 225 5, 853 483 3,848 1,404
Wives of United States citizens 1.

10, 084 9, 274 55
67 68 39 333

45 10 25 94 186 Children of United States citizens 1.

328 8 108 17
8, 421

829
8,080 41

128
1 52 21 12 342 1 1 2 25
Returning residents.

31 77 57 2 29 6 213 134
95, 910 79, 997 530 1 807 890 76 2, 590
Natives of nonquota countries 2

25 1, 316
158, 657

55 1, 207 2, 724 7,5838, 550 178 5, 457 434 2, 407 1,010
Their wives 1

889 862

2 7

2
Their children

2

1 9 12 418 28
189

136 6
172

2
1

6

1
Ministers of religious denominations.

29
595

2 11
511
2 3

20

2 Wives of ministers.

1 2 14 18 70 338

3 15 6 6 16 286 2 1 1 8

1 Children of ministers.

6 36 721

8 2 4
603

10
3
17

2 10 18
Professors of colleges, academies, semi-

1
2

19 57
naries, or universities.

138 128

5 3 1

15

5
Wives of professors.

26
40 37

1 5
1 2

1 2

7
Children of professors..

3
21 14

1
Students..

1

5 1, 833 1, 057

12
1

1
23 24 35

15 15 11 29 69
Veterans of the World War

158 3 62 4, 514

3 19 33 4, 410 46

8 6 30

11

9
Wives of veterans 3.

11
1 26

9
887

2 244
862

4
7
1 3 3 6

7
3 11

2

9
Children of veterans .

55
980

2
951

2
3 3 6

3
Spanish subject admitted into Porto Rico..

14
10

51
Quota immigrants, total.

158, 070 155, 605 99 8 861 549 119 3, 030 213 2, 619 132 456 3, 592 49, 649 12, 341 889 13, 822 1, 205 164 492
1 Wives and unmarried children under 18 years of age, born in quota countries.
* Act approved May 26, 1926.
: Aliens born in Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Canal Zone, or an independent country of Central or South America.

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TABLE 44.—Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by classes and country or area of birth-Con.

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All classes, total

Nonimmigrants, total
Government officials, their families, attend-

ants, servants, and employees..
Temporary visitors for business
Temporary visitors for pleasure.
In continuous transit through the United

States
To carry on trade under existing treaty.

Nonquota immigrants, total
Wives of United States citizens 1
Children of United States citizens 1
Returning residents.
Natives of nonquota countries: 9

Their wives

Their children 1.
Ministers of religious denominations.

Wives of ministers..--

Children of ministers.
Professors of colleges, academies, seminaries,
or universities

Wives of professors.

Children of professors.
Students...
Veterans of the World War

Wives of veterans

Children of veterans 3.
Spanish subjects admitted into Porto Rico

Quota immigrants, total

12

9 131

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Born in Asia

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20,029
Nonimmigrants, total..

767
Temporary visitors for business.

980
In continuous transit through the United States

732
Children of United States citizens

295
Returning residents....

6, 720
Natives of nonquota countries: 2
Their wives 1

599
Veterans of the World War 3.

69
Wives of veterans 3

22
Children of veterans 3.

996

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1 Wives, and unmarried children under 18 years of age, born in quota countries. ? Aliens born in Canada, Newfoundland, Mexico, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Canal Zone, or an independent country of Central or South America. 3 Act approved May 26, 1926.

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TABLE 44.-Aliens admitted under the immigration"act of 1924, fiscal year ended s une"30, 1927, by classes and country or area of birthCon.

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All classes, total

1, 074
Nonimmigrants, total

525
Government officials, their families, at-
tendants, servants, and employees.

50
Temporary visitors for business

150
Temporary visitors for pleasure.

232
In continuous transit through the United

States...
To carry on trade under existing treaty. 3
Nonquota immigrants, total.

198
Wives of United States citizens 1

19
Children of United States citizens 1

5
Returning residents.

118
Natives of nonquota countries :
Their wives

6
Their children ...

5
Ministers of religious denominations

Wives of ministers.

Children of ministers.
Professors of colleges, academies, semina-
ries, or universities.
Wives of professors.

Children of professors.
Students.

40
Veterans of the World War

Wives of veterans
Children of veterans
Quota immigrants, total

351

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