The number of exchange visitors and international students in the United States has increased by 5.4 percent since July 2015, according to data published in a quarterly report by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The number of J-1 exchange visitors in the U.S. grew from 244,766 in July 2015 to 258,012 in July 2016 (5.4% increase), while the number of F- and M-visa holders studying in the U.S. increased from 1.05 million in July 2015 to 1.11 million in July 2016 (5.5% increase).
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