Surprise : There are more Dominican Immigrants living in the United States than Haitians

Surprise : There are more Dominican Immigrants living in the United States than Haitians

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How many Migrants from Dominican Republic live in the United States? The number is surprisingly more than Haitian migrants...

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The number of migrants from the Dominican Republic living in the United States about 941,000

Compare that to Haitian Immigrants...

Also read: How many Migrants from HAITI live in the United States?

This information is based on an interactive map from the Migration Policy Institute.

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