WA’s foreign-origin population is among the highest in the country, according to the latest US Census Bureau report.
According to the report, Washington has the second-highest number of foreign-residents in the US.
In 2015, more than 1,300 people were born in the state.
Washington state also has the highest percentage of foreign citizens who are residents of foreign countries, with more than 14 per cent.
The state has seen a spike in the number of new immigrants from China in recent years.
In 2014, the number grew to more than 12,000.
A total of 11,800 new immigrants came to Washington from China, the highest number since 2013.
In the same year, there were 4,000 foreign nationals living in Washington, a total that rose to 6,000 in 2017.
The number of people from China residing in Washington has also been on the rise, rising to 4,600 in 2017, the latest data available.
The Census Bureau also released the data on the total number of non-citizen immigrants living in the United States.
The latest data shows that the number is up from 1,934,000,000 people in 2014.
However, the figure is down slightly from 683,000 that were counted in 2016.
The population of noncitizen aliens is expected to reach 5,900,000 by 2021.
The report also highlighted the high number of children born to foreign-national parents.
The highest number of births were recorded for children born in California, followed by New York, Florida and Texas.
The birth rate in the states has been steadily declining over the past decade, according the report.
In Washington, the rate of births dropped from a high of 22 per 1,000 children in 2005 to 7.5 in 2016, while the rate for children with foreign-parent parents dropped from 1.8 per 1 to 1.3 per 1.
In 2017, there was a 5.9 per 1 000 children born out of wedlock, down from 5.6 in 2016 and 6.3 in 2017; however, this figure was not enough to offset the rise in the birth rate among foreign-citizens, the report found.
WA also has some of the highest rates of incarceration for non-citizens in the nation.
The city of Seattle, the state’s second-largest metropolitan area, had the highest rate of incarceration of any state, with nearly one-third of its residents being incarcerated in 2017 according to data from the Washington Corrections Authority.
In terms of the number and severity of crimes committed against non-US citizens, Washington ranked third in the overall crime rate, behind only New York and California.
The US Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs, which provides grants to jurisdictions, noted that Washington ranked first among states for the highest amount of noncitizens incarcerated in their state in 2017 at almost 1,200.
The crime rate was the lowest in the national average of 1,890 per 100,000 population, and the lowest among the states with the highest incarceration rate in 2017 in the Midwest, the office said.
The Department of Homeland Security also released a report earlier this year that said the number in the Washington region has grown by 10,000 since 2014.
The increase has coincided with a large increase in illegal immigration into the US, the DHS said, adding that the region has a population of about 17.3 million people, which is almost two-thirds of the US population.
WA is one of just four US states with no state or local law enforcement agency.
The other states that have no state police department are New York (New York State Police), Colorado (Colorado Department of Public Safety) and Louisiana (Louisiana State Police).