Immigrants from the six countries on Trump’s travel ban earn more than the median wage after 10 years

It takes some time, but those who move to the U.S. from the six Muslim-majority countries listed in President Trump’s travel ban do achieve the “American Dream.”

The median annual income for households headed by immigrants from the countries named in Trump’s executive order — Somalia, Syria, Yemen, Iran, Libya and Sudan — who have been in the U.S. for 10 or more years is $57,160, according to a report released Wednesday by real-estate website Trulia. That exceeds the median income for overall foreign-born households that have been in America for 10-plus years ($42,560) and even for domestic-born households ($44,490).

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