Illegal immigration grew by 740,000 people in 2016 due to overstayed visas
Published May 23, 2017
China had the largest number of student overstays, followed by Saudi Arabia, South Korea, India and Brazil. (Reuters)
Nearly 740,000 people, more than the population of Alaska, overstayed their U.S. visas last year, the Homeland Security Department said Monday.
A large percent of those were students and foreign exchange visitors — 79,818 — who were supposed to leave in 2016 but didn’t.
China had the largest number of student overstays, followed by Saudi Arabia, South Korea, India and Brazil, the department said.
Homeland Security last year published the number of overstays for the first time in at least two decades, saying 527,127 people who came by air or ship stayed past their visas from October 2014 to September 2015.
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