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06/06/2013 03:14 pm ET

Financial Engagement More Common Among Immigrants With Citizenship, Study Shows

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Right now, Latinos are among the most unbanked residents of the United States, meaning they don't have a traditional bank account. But comprehensive immigration reform might change that.

A new report from the National Council of La Raza (NCLR), the nation's largest Latino advocacy organization, found that immigrants who become citizens are more likely to use financial institutions like banks than those who do not naturalize.

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