Over 20% of Nevada K-12 Students Are Illegal Immigrants

According to Pew Research Center, there are approximately 10.7 million illegal immigrants residing in the United States. The majority of illegal immigrants live in just six states: California (2.2 million), Texas (!.6 million), Florida (775,000), New York (725,000), New Jersey (475,000), and Illinois (400,000).


In the United States, 24% of all immigrants are residing in the country illegally, with the highest ratio being in both Nebraska and Arkansas at 41%. However, illegal immigrants only make up about 3.3% of the nation’s population, with the highest percentages in Nevada (7.1%), Texas (5.7%), and California (5.6%).

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Mexicans account for 51% of all illegal immigrants in the United States. This percentage is the highest in New Mexico (91%), Idaho (79%), and Arizona (78%). In Nevada, over 20% of K-12 students are residing in the United States illegally. Texas and California follow at 13.3%. However, this percentage falls to 7.6% nationally.

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Between 2007 and 2016, only three states experienced a net increase in their illegal immigrants population: Maryland, Massachusetts, and Louisiana. Surprisingly, the research institute estimates that the United States lost a net total of 1.5 million illegal immigrants during this timeframe, with California experiencing a decline of 550,000.

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