Perceived as a land of opportunity, the United States has always attracted migrants from around the world who settled together in a nation now commonly referred to as the Great Melting Pot. While social and political tensions often surround the topic of immigration, foreign-born citizens are an integral part of the American way of life. According to the latest Census, nearly 94% of the U.S. population identifies primarily with a demographic group other than “American.”
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