By Natasha GreenhouseSão Paulo has long been an immigrant city. Today, Bolivians are the second largest immigrant community, only behind the Portuguese. While some began to immigrate in the 50s, it wasn’t until the 80s when significant numbers of people began to come for the promise of jobs in the garment industry. And there’s no sign of slowing down. Between 2000 and 2010, the number of registered Bolivians in the city jumped 173 percent. However it’s estimated that the actual number is five times that, to over 100,000 people.