Iraqis top list of refugees resettled in first 2 months of fiscal year; Texas top resettlement state
Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 9, 2014
Two months of fiscal year 2015 are now behind us and the US State Department and its contractors are off and running with a surprising number of refugees resettled so far.
According to the statistics kept at the Refugee Processing Center, Iraqis top the list. Here are the Top Five countries of origin for refugees arriving in the US in October and November 2014 (the 2015 fiscal year began Oct. 1):
The Syrian push is not on yet we see. Only 112 have come so far this year.
We then checked out any state that received more than 400 refugees in two months (which is a lot when supplying them with their welfare needs), and here they are:
New York: 584
North Carolina: 434
If you are wondering which nationalities have arrived in your state, you are out of luck because the State Department has removed the data base that tells us that. Instead they have a completely useless data base that only tells us the ‘processing country’ from which your state’s refugees arrived.
Well, maybe I shouldn’t call it completely useless because it does give us some bits of information to ponder. For example, we learn that we took another 116 of Malta’s illegal aliens off their hands (probably Somalis). 466 came to the US from South Africa (the safe Rainbow Nation country), so who were they? I noticed a bunch (79) of those South African “refugees” went to Minnesota.
I was interested to see we processed 1,070 from Turkey and a whopping 1,504 from Malaysia (who were they, illegal aliens trying to reach Australia?). And we helped out the United Arab Emirates by taking 45 “refugees” off their hands.
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