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US immigrants' kids almost as well off as natives: study

Immigration lawyer Andres Lemons advises Angel and Evie Gomez on their U.S. citizenship application on January 31, 2013 in New York City. Second-generation immigrants in the United States are far better off than their parents and almost as well-placed as Second-generation immigrants in the United States are far better off than their parents and almost as well-placed as the offspring of native-born Americans, a study found Thursday.