Interactive Map: More Than 20 Percent of NJ Residents Were Born Outside U.S.

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The steady stream of immigrants settling in New Jersey has led to a rise in the percentage of residents who are foreign-born and is almost negating any loss of New Jerseyans moving to other states, U.S. Census data shows. New Jersey had 1.9 million residents who had immigrated to the United States, according to the 2014…

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