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All classes, total.

Nonimmigrants, total
Government officials, their families, at-

tendants, 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 !
Returning residents.
Natives of nonquota countries 2

Their wives

Their children 1
Ministers of religious denominations.

Wives of ministers.

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

Children of professors.
Students.
Veterans of the World War 3

Wives of veterans 3
Children of veterans

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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. : Act approved May 26, 1926.

TABLE 45. — Aliens admitted under the immigration act of 1924, fiscal year ended June 30, 1927, by classes and race or people

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All classes, total.

Nonimmigrants, total.
Government officials, their families, attendants,

servants, and employees..
Temporary visitors for business
Temporary visitors for pleasure.
In continuous transit through United States.
To carry on trade under existing treaty.

Nonquota immigrants, total
Wives of United States citizens
Children of United States citizens!
Returning residents.
Natives of nonquota countries 2.

Their wives 1

Their children
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 3.

Wives of veterans :

Children of veterans
Spanish subjects admitted into Porto Rico 3.

Quota immigrants, total

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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. : Açt approved May 26, 1926, 30, 1927 TABLE 46.—Aliens charged to the quota, by nationality, under the immigration act of 1924; and admitted during the fiscal year ended June

(Nationality for quota purposes does not always coincide with actual nationality. See sec. 12 of the act)

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