Question: Where do most Lebanese live in America?

The Arab American Institute reports the top five states where Lebanese Americans reside are: Michigan (11%), California (9%), Ohio (6%), Florida (6%), and Massachusetts (5%).

How many Lebanese live in USA?

Lebanese populations in the diasporaCountryEstimateRegionUnited States500,000North AmericaVenezuela341,000Latin AmericaAustralia271,000OceaniaFrance250,000European Union33 more rows

How many Lebanese are in Florida?

The number is estimated at about 255,000.

Where do most Arabs live in United states?

Arab-Americans live in all 50 states and in Washington, D.C., and 94% reside in the metropolitan areas of major cities. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the city with the largest percentage of Arab Americans is Dearborn, Michigan, a southwestern suburb of Detroit, at nearly 40%.

Where are Arabs in Florida?

The census figures show most of Floridas Middle Eastern population centered in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, where the metropolitan area is home to nearly 28,000 people of Arab ancestry. Tampas metropolitan area has 11,590 people of Arab ancestry, followed by West Palm Beach with more than 9,000 and Orlando with 5,400.

How can I immigrate to USA from Lebanon?

To apply for an immigrant visa, a foreign citizen seeking to immigrate generally must be sponsored by a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident immediate relative(s), or prospective U.S. employer, and have an approved petition before applying for an immigrant visa.

Where do most Arabs live in Florida?

The census figures show most of Floridas Middle Eastern population centered in Miami and Fort Lauderdale, where the metropolitan area is home to nearly 28,000 people of Arab ancestry. Tampas metropolitan area has 11,590 people of Arab ancestry, followed by West Palm Beach with more than 9,000 and Orlando with 5,400.

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