FAQs in Privacy and Confidentiality

The U.S. Census Bureau (Bureau) attempts to count every person living in the U.S. for the Census every ten years to determine aspects of democracy and the amount of funding for social service programs each state receives for the next decade. The Bureau is prohibited from using Census survey results for any reason other than for statistical purposes. This means that your answers to the Census survey can’t legally be used for any type of immigration, housing, or other type of law enforcement