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Nanjiani’s character, also called Kumail, is an aspiring stand-up comedian and Chicagoan whose parents are what one might call hard-line Pakistani. He will, of course, fall in love with a “white” girl, named Emily (of course), played by a really quite delightful Zoe Kazan.
They are devout believers in Islam and in the idea that Kumail should marry a Pakistani woman, become a doctor or lawyer and shut up about it. They meet cute at a comedy club, sleep with each other right away—and then she declares she doesn’t really want to date anyone right now, she is so busy studying at the University of Chicago, etc., etc.
She had decided to speak out on the controversial issue after her father told her she should be "out there condemning it as loudly as you could".
The Census Bureau, however, excluded those living in institutions, college dormitories, and other group quarters. census to count only Pakistani immigrants and exclude those born in the United States between Pakistani parents and those that are second/third generation Americans of Pakistani descent, another reason is that some surveys group Pakistanis with other Asians thereby distorting the true number because Pakistanis have to write in their ethnicity on the Census form rather than checking one of the other major Asian ethnicities listed, making them prone to undercounting.
Some studies estimate the size of the Pakistani community to be much higher and in 2005 research by the Pakistani embassy in the US found that the population numbered more than 700,000 people. 50% of Pakistani Americans have origins in the Punjab Province of Pakistan.
) are Americans whose ancestry originates from Pakistan or Pakistanis who migrated to and reside in the United States. Educational attainment level and household income are much higher in the Pakistani-American diaspora in comparison to the general U. The passage of the Luce-Celler Act of 1946 allowed these immigrants to acquire U. Pakistani Americans are classified as Asian Americans by the United States Census Bureau.
The term may also refer to people who hold dual Pakistani and U. Geographically, they are South Asian American and are widely related to various ethnic groups including Indian Americans, Arab Americans, Iranian Americans and Afghan Americans since Pakistanis belong to various ethnic groups which connects them with India, Afghanistan, Iran, etc.. In previous decades, Pakistani Americans were also variously classified as White American, the "Hindu race", and Other. Even today, where individual Pakistani Americans do not racially self-identify, and instead report Muslim (or a sect of Islam such as Shi'ite or Sunni), Jewish, and Zoroastrian as their "race" in the "Some other race" section without noting their country of origin, they are automatically tallied as white. This may result in the counting of persons such as Pakistani Muslims, Pakistani Jews, and Pakistani Zoroastrians as white, if they solely report their religious heritage without their national origin.
Within the greater metropolitan area, New York City itself hosts the largest concentration of Pakistani Americans of any U. city proper, with a population of approximately 194,000 as of the United States 2010 Census, primarily in the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn.