Number of Foreign-Born Citizens in Every State

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35. Wisconsin
> Share of foreign-born citizens: 4.88% (total of 281,391 people)
> Share of foreign-born non-citizens: 2.70% (total of 155,747 people)
> State’s total population: 5,763,217
> Origin of largest immigrant groups: Mexico (31.71%), India (7.79%)
> No. of naturalized citizens in 2017: 3,165
> No. of green cards granted in 2017: 6,681 (or 116 per 100,000 people)

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34. Tennessee
> Share of foreign-born citizens: 4.96% (total of 326,954 people)
> Share of foreign-born non-citizens: 3.12% (total of 205,694 people)
> State’s total population: 6,597,381
> Origin of largest immigrant groups: Mexico (28.55%), India (6.69%)
> No. of naturalized citizens in 2017: 3,645
> No. of green cards granted in 2017: 9,793 (or 148 per 100,000 people)

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33. Iowa
> Share of foreign-born citizens: 5.02% (total of 156,479 people)
> Share of foreign-born non-citizens: 3.12% (total of 97,268 people)
> State’s total population: 3,118,102
> Origin of largest immigrant groups: Mexico (26.95%), China (6.86%)
> No. of naturalized citizens in 2017: 2,677
> No. of green cards granted in 2017: 5,577 (or 179 per 100,000 people)

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32. Indiana
> Share of foreign-born citizens: 5.04% (total of 333,660 people)
> Share of foreign-born non-citizens: 3.13% (total of 206,958 people)
> State’s total population: 6,614,418
> Origin of largest immigrant groups: Mexico (31.47%), India (8.33%)
> No. of naturalized citizens in 2017: 6,420
> No. of green cards granted in 2017: 10,052 (or 152 per 100,000 people)

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31. Oklahoma
> Share of foreign-born citizens: 5.89% (total of 229,586 people)
> Share of foreign-born non-citizens: 3.86% (total of 150,488 people)
> State’s total population: 3,896,251
> Origin of largest immigrant groups: Mexico (47.28%), Vietnam (6.48%)
> No. of naturalized citizens in 2017: 3,769
> No. of green cards granted in 2017: 5,535 (or 142 per 100,000 people)