Migrations flows outside of N. Atlantic, 1815-1914
Migration flows across the North Atlantic prior to 1915
Migration flows across the North Atlantic after 1914
Transpacific migration flows
The future's Asian (Economist, 6 June, 2015, p. 34)
In 2000 over a quarter of U.S. immigration was from Mexico. By 2013, China and
India were each contributing more immigrants than Mexico. China's and India's
combined share rose to a quarter; Mexico's dropped to 10%.