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Table 1 Trends in Eastern European immigration by country of birth, 1991–2012

From: Segmented socioeconomic adaptation of New Eastern European professionals in the United States

Country 1945–1990 1991–1995 1996–2000 2001–2005 2006–2012 1991–2012
Albania 4068 5133 21,058 21,272 36,229 83,697
Belarusa X 17,146 11,844 13,440 15,872 58,310
Bosnia and Herzegovinaa X 4756 34,373 79,704 10,989 129,868
Bulgaria 8326 5907 17,672 21,721 22,573 67,456
Croatiaa X 1467 3741 11,095 3420 19,732
Czech Republic/Slovakiab 90,661 83 884 1774 12,538 33,435
Hungary 113,727 5709 4664 6397 8531 25,311
Latvia 42,464 2631 2717 3225 3656 12,185
Lithuania 33,085 2536 5586 10,681 8127 26,830
Macedoniac X 1033 3796 4240 7726 16,798
Moldovaa X 8467 5785 10,335 14,639 39,235
Poland 441,026 114,421 55,191 64,667 65,320 299,548
Romania 95,421 28,512 29,023 26,844 34,412 118,812
Russiaa X 50,745 77,286 90,484 67,149 285,764
Ukrainea X 71,141 70,156 90,638 74,588 306,584
Total 828,778 324,449 348,889 464,458 385,769 1,523,565
  1. Source: 2012 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics
  2. Data not available in some years before 1991 for Albania, Bulgaria, Latvia and Lithuania
  3. aNot applicable before 1992
  4. bBefore 1993, Czechoslovakia
  5. cNot applicable before 1994