Immigration into Argentina has increased greatly according to the figures of the Immigration Department of the Argentine Republic published here.
The total number of registered passengers of all classes entering the country in 1923 was 344,713. Of these 281,575 were foreigners and 63,138 were returning Argentinians. The number of those who left the country was 183,904, of whom 118,747 were foreigners and 65,157 native Argentinians.
The immigration from Italy, Poland, Russia and Ukrainia has greatly increased. The number of Polish immigrants to Argentina was 10,079, from Russia 3,705, and 1,317 from Ukrainia.
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