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DHS Report of Non-immgrant Admissions in 2010

DHS published a report of the number of individuals who were admitted as non-immigrants in 2010. Non-immigrants are individuals who enter the U.S. on a temporary basis and include visitors for business or pleasure, students, temporary workers, investors, exchange visitors, athletes and entertainers. There were 160 million non-immigrants who entered in 2010 and a majority of them (87%) were visitors entering for business or pleasure. The countries with the highest number of individuals entering in non-immigrant status include Mexico, United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, France, Canada, South Korea, Brazil, India, and Italy. A copy of the report can be found at:

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