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Last seen on: LA Times Crossword 15 Jul 2018, Sunday

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Argentine Americans (Spanish: Argentino Americanos)[2][3][4][5] are Americans whose full or partial origin is in Argentina.

Prior to the 1970s, the Argentines that emigrated to the United States were classified in the category of “Other Hispanics”, therefore, Argentine immigration statistics do not exist until that time.

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Early Argentines who settled in the United States arrived primarily in the 1950s and 1960s, looking for greater economic possibilities. The majority of them held academic degrees, and many were medical doctors and scientists.[citation needed] However, immigrants in the late 1970s arrived fleeing the political persecution of the Dirty War.[citation needed][6] They numbered 44,803 people.[6]

This new immigrant group had an educational level lower than earlier immigrants. The majority of Argentine immigrants are directed to metropolitan areas, especially New York City, where 20 percent of them lived in the 1970s. In the 1980s, that percentage increased to just over 23 percent, and the 1990 U.S. Census recorded that New York City had 17,363 Argentine Americans and Los Angeles, 15,115.[6]Immigration to New York City was popular because of the existing Argentine and Italian communities, as many Argentines are of Italian origin. With the goal of helping its Argentine population, the government of the city created several organizations such as the Argentine-American Chamber of Commerce, which promotes business ventures between Argentina and the United States. The 1990 U.S. Census recorded 92,563 Argentines, evidencing that nearly half of the Argentine immigrants arrived in the last two decades alone.[6]

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