Filipinos in U.S. Sent Home $10B Last Year

World Bank data shows Filipino immigrants In the United States sent $10 billion to the Philippines last year last year, reports the U.K.'s Daliy Mail. More than $120 billion was sent by all immigrant workers to families abroad--making the U.S. the largest sender of remittances in the world. More than $23 billion went to Mexico, $13.45 billion to China, $10.84 billion to India and $10 billion to the Philippines, among other recipients. The amount of money being sent by migrants across the entire world reached $530 billion last year, making it a larger economy than Iran or Argentina, the data from the World Bank showed.