In a new series of maps based on 2010 census data, the Migration Policy Institute pinpoints just where it is that immigrants from specific nations call home. Only eight of the nation's largest immigrant groups are represented so far, but it's striking to see where they live today illustrated state by state, with the cities that are immigrant strongholds highlighted.
And yes, expect to see Los Angeles come up as a top destination again and again.
Here are four of the updated maps, illustrating the places in the U.S. that immigrants from Mexico, China, India and the Philippines most tend to call home:
A follow-up post will show the destinations of immigrants from four other top-sending countries. The entire MPI map series can be downloaded here.