Ten percent of immigrants residing in the U.S. are from Caribbean nations. This article profiles these immigrants on several characteristics. The data include country of origin, the distribution of Caribbean immigrants across the states, and their socioeconomic characteristics, age, education levels, and types of employment. Immigration policies that impacted Cuban and Haitian immigrants is discussed. Other information presented includes naturalization pathways, health coverage, and remittances sent back home. Some K-12 ELs are Caribbean immigrants of the children of Caribbean immigrants.