Onward emigration to the United States by Canadian immigrants between 1995 and 2000
Authors: K. King and K. B. Newbold
Using data drawn from the 2000 US and the 2001 Canadian Censuses, this paper analyzes the onward emigration of Canadian immigrants to the US between 1995 and 2000. The characteristics of an estimated 48,336 Canadian immigrants who made an onward emigration from Canada to the United States are examined. This paper also seeks to determine whether onward foreign-born emigrants are representative of immigrants in Canada and Canadian-born emigrants to the US. Results indicate that onward emigrants are primarily young, married, possess a bachelor’s degree, earn incomes of $100,000 US or greater, and reside in large immigrant-receiving states and metropolitan areas.
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