Immigration

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More Americans are officially declaring their ethnic identity through dual citizenship.
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Looking for your immigrant ancestor on a passenger list? Try these websites.
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If your non-naturalized immigrant ancestor lived in the United States when the Alien Registration Act of 1940 was passed, look for an Alien Registration form, or AR-2. We'll show you what you can learn from this information-rich record.
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So your immigrant ancestors didn't pass through Ellis Island's "golden door"? Follow these tips to find family who landed in Boston, New Orleans, Baltimore, Philadelphia or the 90 other US ports that welcomed new arrivals.
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Do ship manifests from the Baltimore City Archives still exist? Expert answers for your genealogical questions.
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Where else could immigrants enter the US between 1880 and 1892?
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The records of 17 million Ellis Island immigrants will arrive on the Web in April 2001
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Expert answers for the beginner, befuddled and anyone hitting a brick wall.
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The American Immigrant Wall of Honor at Ellis Island
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