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Haniya Sheikh (fifth from left) and her husband Samir Khan (third from left), both lawyers, are second-generation immigrants, with their four children — three girls and one son, plus Sheikh's mom Rafia Sheikh (far right) and dad, Said Sheikh (far left). Haniya Sheikh describes her parents as role models. "The big deal for them was work ethic," she says.


You’ll make more than your immigrant parents, but your kids won’t make as much as you: Census

A study of census data examines the ethnic differences in after-tax incomes across first, second and third generations of immigrants by ethnicity.

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