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of persons born in another area or country than that lived in

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30) The DA code on the cancer record was then used to assign the foreign-born tercile information.
Texas has seen dramatic fluctuations in the origin of its foreign-born immigrants in the last decade.
Across the UK as a whole, the number of foreign-born people living in the country has risen above eight million for the first time.
The number of foreign-born individuals living <Bin the West Midlands is rising, new figures reveal
Madeleine Sumption, director of the observatory, said: "Given that we know net migration has been running in the hundreds of thousands since 2013, it would be surprising if the foreign-born population didn't go above eight million.
South Asian patients were less likely than other Asians and foreign-born residents to have the same TB strain as other city patients, which suggests that infections originated overseas and not in the U.
Furthermore, in contrast to most other European countries, the share of disadvantaged foreign-born students who succeed in school despite their background is higher than the share among disadvantaged native-born.
Established in 2009, the Vilcek Prizes for Creative Promise honor scientists who have distinguished themselves early in their careers, and help to raise awareness of the key role foreign-born researchers play in sustaining the leadership position of the United States in the sciences.
The report is an effort to define the city's refugees and offer caution that the unique circumstances of refugees can easily be overlooked in the broader conversation about Worcester's overall foreign-born population, which numbers nearly 40,000.
Caption: Percent of Foreign-Born Population That Are Noncitizens Under 35 by Melropolitain Statistical Area: 2010-2012
Part of the rise in labour force participation among women can be explained by a big increase among foreign-born women (see Diagram 40).
Presented here are 16 profiles of foreign-born men who were involved in the Revolutionary War: Philip Mazzei, Thomas Paine, Haym Solomon, Francis Salvador, John Barry, Gustavus Conyngham, John Paul Jones, George Farragut, Pierce Butler, Thaddeus Kosciuszko, Charles Armand, Michael Kovats, Baron Johann De Kalb, Count Casimir Pulaski, Peter Francisco, and Baron Friedrich Wilhelm Von Steuben.
9, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o is the wealthiest foreign-born English Premier League (EPL) player with a net worth of [pounds sterling]39 million (US$64 million), according to a Wealth-X list that also includes players from Spain, Argentina and the Czech Republic.
Persons, by Educational Attainment and Region of Birth: 2008, "Statistical Portrait of the Foreign-Born Population in the United States, 2008," http://pewhispanic.
London -- Indians have overtaken the Irish to become the largest foreign-born ethnic group in England while Pakistanis gained third place in the list, British media quoting statistics reported on Tuesday.
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