Census Bureau to Discuss Foreign-Born Report

Census Bureau to Discuss Foreign-Born Report



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WASHINGTON, May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ — The following is being released by the U.S. Census Bureau:

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What: The U.S. Census Bureau will hold a webinar news conference on May 10 to release a new report about the characteristics of the nation’s foreign-born population based on data from the 2010 American Community Survey.

This news conference will highlight statistics about foreign-born region of birth groups on a wide range of topics that include household size, marital status, fertility, period of entry into the United States, naturalization and citizenship status, occupation, health insurance coverage and income.

The news conference will consist of a simultaneous audio conference and online presentation. Information on accessing the online presentation is provided below. Reporters will be able to ask questions once the presentation is complete. We suggest reporters log in and call in early.

After the webinar, subject matter experts will conduct one-on-one interviews in English or Spanish. To schedule an interview, contact Melanie Deal, Public Information Office at 301-763-5427.

When: Thursday, May 10, 2012; 1 p.m. (EST)

Who: Elizabeth Grieco, chief, Foreign-Born Population Branch, U.S. Census Bureau

Details: Audio conference ¯ access information

Toll free number: 1-888-989-4394

Participant Passcode: CENSUS

Note: Stay on the line until operator asks for the passcode. Do not key in passcode.

Online presentation — access information

Please login early, as some setup is required.


URL: https://www.mymeetings.com/nc/join/

Conference number: PW5343233

Conference passcode: CENSUS

Online Press kit:

http://www.census.gov/newsroom/releases/archives/news_conferences/20120510_foreignborn_webinar.html.

Contact:

Melanie Deal

Public Information Office

+1-301-763-3030

pio@census.gov

SOURCE U.S. Census Bureau

Census Bureau to Discuss Foreign-Born Report