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The Roots of Slavic Migration to the United States

Slavic peoples have been a part of the American fabric for centuries, arriving in waves at different times for a variety of reasons. They have come from a range of countries, including Bulgaria, Belarus, Ukraine, the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and more. These immigrants established vibrant communities and enriched the cultural diversity of the United States.

The Slavic Community in the United States: Culture, Heritage, and Support

Many Slavic immigrants have made their homes in the United States and brought their cultural heritage and traditions here, and today, the Slavic community is a vibrant and dynamic one. As a result of different waves of immigration, we have Bulgarian Americans, Serbian Americans, Czech Americans, Ukrainian Americans, Polish Americans

Ukrainian Migration Due to the War

Edit Column Edit Text Editor In the wake of the war in Ukraine, an ongoing refugee crisis began in Europe. A lot of people needed to leave their houses and countries and take the road of migration. The war in Ukraine has led to Europe’s largest refugee crisis since World War II. Since February 2022, when the war began, Europe has been under stress from 3 million refugees. Neighboring countries, like Poland, Romania, Moldova, Hungary, and Slovakia, were those who first sheltered the most Ukrainians.

Slavic People in the United States – Statistics

Edit Column Edit Text Editor According to the 2020 U.S. Census, there are over 4.2 million people of Slavic descent living in the United States, making up about 1.4% of the total population. The majority of the Slavic population in the United States is concentrated in the states of New York, Pennsylvania, and Illinois. In 2018, New York had the highest number of Slavic Americans with a population of 1,068,413, followed by Pennsylvania with 846,841 Slavic Americans, and Illinois with 709,932.

More than 71,000 Ukrainians have arrived in the U.S. since March

Refugee advocates point out that most of the Ukrainians have not come via the Biden administration’s Uniting for Ukraine website. More than 71,000 Ukrainians have arrived in the U.S. since President Joe Biden announced in March that his administration would welcome up to 100,000 Ukrainians fleeing the country’s war with Russia, according to new data from the Department of Homeland Security.