A new report by the Immigration Policy Center
shows Michigan's immigrant population growing, excelling educationally and contributing to the state's economy.
Using the latest census data, the report shows that in 2010, immigrants made up 6 percent of the state's population or 587,747 persons. This compares to 1990 when the figure was 3.8 percent.
Follow Model D's coverage of this topic in the pages of Model D in the coming months and read more about the Immigration Policy Center report here