The number of people who are no longer citizens of the United States has grown to nearly 1.7 million.
The bureau has confirmed the figure after a massive surge in the number of applications from overseas.
The latest tally of those who are citizens of other countries also shows that 1.3 million people have left the United Kingdom, Ireland and Australia since the Census began in October.
It was the biggest growth in population outside of the U.S. since then, and is still a substantial fraction of the total population.
But the latest figures show that only about 7 percent of people are citizens, meaning that more than half the country’s population is still living abroad.
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population is driven by people migrating to the country, many of whom have become citizens in the past decade, according to the Census Bureau.
A full 1.2 million people were citizens when the census began, and 3.4 million of those are now out of the country.
The remaining 2.2 percent are immigrants, and the number is expected to increase to about 2.7 percent over the next five years.
Many people who have been citizens of another country, like the U., are also leaving the country and applying for naturalization.
About 9.5 million people in the country are eligible to become naturalized citizens, which means they are citizens.
But for those who have stayed in the United, the new citizenship is a little more complicated.
In addition to becoming naturalized, people must also file a new application for a Social Security number, which they can do online or by mail.
If they fail to do so, they can be denied their citizenship.
Those who are eligible are eligible for about $20,000 in benefits and other financial assistance.
They are also eligible for tax relief of up to $1,500.
The top three earners in the census were all married couples making $100,000 or more.
The number of immigrants who are naturalized has grown by a total of 1.5 percent since October.
But most of the growth has come from the country of their birth, the Census said.
Of the 3.6 million new naturalizations, 1.6 percent came from the United Arab Emirates, 3.2 from Japan, 3 from Malaysia and 1.1 from Canada.