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Under Bolsonaro, the increase in the number of illegal Brazilians in the United States reached 33%

Under Bolsonaro, the increase in the number of illegal Brazilians in the United States reached 33%

In 2018, the year Michel Temer ruled Brazil, there were 150,000 migrants; The number rose to 200,000 in 2021

The number of illegal Brazilian immigrants in the United States rose significantly during the former president’s term Jair Bolsonaro (pl).

In 2018, the year Brazil was still ruling it Michel Tamer (MDB), there were 150,000 illegal Brazilians in the United States. The following year, the first of Bolsonaro in Planalto, the number jumped to 190,000 – an increase of 26.7%.

In 2021, data shows that there are 200,000 illegal Brazilians in North American territory. The value represents a growth of 33.3% from 2018 to 2021. There is still no information about 2022. Data from Pew Research Center.

The study also provides information that The number of undocumented Mexicans in the United States was 4.1 million in 2021, down 26% from 5.5 million in 2016. The total number of illegal immigrants in North American territory in 2016 was 10.7 million and decreased in 2021 to 10.5 million.

The region with the largest number of illegal immigrants in the USA is Central America, with 1.85 million illegal immigrants in 2016 in the North American country and 2.15 million in 2021. The Middle East is the region with the fewest, 170 thousand in 2021.


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