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Kosrae Airport (photo by G. Sinclair)
Yearbook of Immigration Statistics
Department of Homeland Security
Every fiscal year, the Department of Homeland Security compiles statistics on foreign nationals who were either granted lawful permanent residence, temporary entry, asylum or refugee status, or naturalization.
Migration from Micronesian Nations Has Had Significant Impact on Guam, Hawaii, and the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands
U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001
This report focuses on the general impact and challenges revolving around COFA citizens migrating to U.S. island areas. Statistics on the Compact impact on these islands as well as the number of migrants who live in poverty in Guam and Hawaiʻi are also included.
Improvements Needed to Assess and Address Growing Migration
U.S. Government Accountability Office, 2011
This report describes the migration of Micronesians under the COFA, reviews enumeration approaches, evaluates impact reporting, and reviews Interior grants in relation to the compact. Also included in this report are facts and figures on migration coming from the state of Hawaii, Arkansas, Guam, and more.
Micronesian Migration to the United States
A collection of reports (dates vary) about migration from Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Palau, and Republic of the Marshall Islands. Register for a free account to view reports.
Micronesians on the Move: Eastward and Upward Bound
In this East-West Center report, Francis X. Hezel, reviews the 30-year history of migration from the Federated States of Micronesia (FSM) and examines the current status of its migrants.