Immigrants hold miniature U.S. flags as they listen to a video broadcast from President Barack Obama during a naturalization ceremony Dec. 18, 2013, in New York. In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study released Sept. 28.
Immigrants hold miniature U.S. flags as they listen to a video broadcast from President Barack Obama during a naturalization ceremony Dec. 18, 2013, in New York. In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study released Sept. 28. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press/File Photo
Immigrants hold miniature U.S. flags as they listen to a video broadcast from President Barack Obama during a naturalization ceremony Dec. 18, 2013, in New York. In a major shift in immigration patterns over the next 50 years, Asians will have surged past Hispanics to become the largest group of immigrants heading to the United States, according to estimates in a new immigration study released Sept. 28. Bebeto Matthews The Associated Press/File Photo

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