Caribbean News – The Caribbean Immigrant Population In The U.S. Registers An Increase – A NAN First


Crowds at the West Indian American Carnival Day carnival penned in by the NYPD. (Hayden Roger Celestin image)


By NAN Staff Writer

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. Sept. 21, 2018: The Caribbean immigrant population in the mainland United States has seen an upward spike, the largest estimated numerical increases since 2010, according to latest U.S. Census numbers.

New numbers from the 2017 American Community Survey obtained by News Americas, put the number of non-Hispanic Caribbean immigrants in the US at just over 3 million.

That number, according to the U.S. Census, is a spike up of 676,023 from 2010. The new numbers come following the launch of the CaribID movement by NAN founder Felicia J. Persaud in the US in 2008, which was a national push for Caribbean nationals to…

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