A series of new maps from the Migration Policy Institute illustrates where immigrants from eight top sending countries tend to reside in the United States, highlighting the top states and cities they settle in. A previous post this morning showed where immigrants from Mexico, China, India and Philippines gravitate to; the four remaining maps below, updated with 2010 census data, point out the destinations of immigrants from Vietnam, El Salvador, Cuba and Korea.
Five of the eight immigrant groups - excluding those from China, India and Cuba - are most highly concentrated in the L.A. metropolitan region. But we already knew that.
The entire MPI map series can be downloaded here.