The number of foreign-born players has increased exponentially to about 18 percent.
More than one-fourth of the pre-Obamacare uninsured were foreign-born.
Is there a proportion of foreign-born citizens — workers, voters, political constituents — that is too large?
We measure the share of foreign-born people, gays and lesbians, and level of integration in a community.
The foreign-born population of the United States is nearly twice as likely as the native-born to be poor.
All the above goes to show why many of our foreign-born population look upon a government as "something from above."
Then there is the foreign-born American, who is such by naturalization.
He scoffs at the fear of a lack of patriotism in the foreign-born or their children.
The foreign-born voter was already a factor in American politics.
But for all whites—Dutch, colonial, and foreign-born—the word "European" is used to designate the white from the black.