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Name
Label/Question
1.

Month of admission

Month granted legal permanent residence

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
2.

Year of admission

Calendar year granted legal permanent residence

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
3.

Country of birth

Country of birth

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
4.

Age

Age when granted legal permanent residence

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
5.

Country of last permanent residence

Country where alien most recently lived.

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
6.

Marital status

Marital status at the time alien granted legal permanent residence.

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
7.

State of intended residence

U.S. Address on immigrant application. More likely a permanent address for aliens adjusting status than for new arrivals.

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
8.

Metropolitan area of intended residence

Metropolitan Statistical Areas as defined by the Office of Management and Budget.

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
9.

Labor certification

A requirement of certain immigrants whose admission is based on job skills. Labor certification is awarded by the Secretary of Labor when there are insufficient numbers of U.S. workers available to undertake the work sought by an applicant a... (view details)

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
10.

Occupation

For aliens qualifying for immigration based on job skill (employment based preference principals) occupation refers to U.S. employment. For all others, occupation/labor force status may refer to the position or status in their last country ... (view details)

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
11.

Sex

Gender of respondent

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
12.

Country of Chargeability

The independent country accredited for immigrant admitted to legal permanent residence. Usually determined by country of birth

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
13.

Type of Case

A recoding class of admission (either "Adjustment" or "New Arrival")

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
14.

Nonimmigrant class of entry

The most recent nonimigrant class of admission for immigrants adjusting their status. Field is blank for new arrivals

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
15.

Nonimmigrant year of entry

Calendar year of entry for most recent nonimmigrant class of entry. Should be blank for new arrivals

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
16.

Immigrant class of admission

A recoding of the three-digit Class of Admission

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.


Name
Label/Question
17.

Principal vs. derivative class of admission

Principal or derivative (e.g. spouses or children of principal) immigrant class of admission

Taken from: Immigrants Admitted to the United States, 1999.

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