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Refugees by the numbers: Last year’s list, but still useful

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 3, 2016

Update: Reader Jim sent us corrections to the table.  LOL! must have been originally typed up by a government intern:

1. There is no Tampa, Alaska, it should be FL
2. Atlanta should be GA
3. Savannah should be GA

Haven’t had time to write today (except for this morning at American Resistance 2016! ) so was pleased to see this short news story (hat tip: Jim) so that I could put something up and not break my posting streak here at RRW.  Only problem is that this writer at the US Herald says this is the list for right now, but FY2015 ended on September 30, 2015.

If you find a list like this for FY2016 you win a prize! (not really, but we will all love you for it!)

(Just resettled refugees below, does not include successful asylum seekers, unaccompanied alien children, or any other legal immigrants coming under the care of the US taxpayer.)

fy2015 r & p list


Obama is aiming for 85,000 for the present fiscal year (2016).

If your city is listed above expect numbers to be even higher this year. If your city is not on the list, it does not mean you are off the hook because the scramble is on to find more ‘welcoming’ towns and cities.

This post is filed in two important categories here at RRW:  Where to find information and Refugee Statistics.

10 Responses to “Refugees by the numbers: Last year’s list, but still useful”

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  2. Mist'ears Mom said

    Unbelievable San Diego has the highest amount of these people/refugees. My property taxes went up $1500 for 1 yr and the rest of the taxes here are out of control. Everywhere I go I see these ‘refugee’s”. Last weekend I observed a hoard of unsupervised young kids 8 to 12 yrs old(from Africa) riding around home depot in one of their handicap scooters causing a general disturbance cussing etc. Disgusting, the low income housing is directly across the street. Thanks governor moonbeam and the liberal idiots in San Diego.
    They are flooding our city and they are taking our jobs, they are working at Costco with the head scarfs on, in our supermarkets-blacks/foriegners/refugees? they are everywhere. It used to be primarily Hispanic now its Hispanic and black/refugees.
    Phoenix is horrible, every worker at the hotel/resort I stayed at were from somewhere else, very few white people-the maids were from Afganistan-we asked them-they had burkas on, the restaurants/banquets all from somewhere else. These are good jobs! Why aren’t they being given to our American unemployed!






    Ann , what is the difference between refuges and illegal aliens? plus i did not see Washington d.c. on the list must be an error, just kidding


    • Ann Corcoran said

      Refugees are legally permitted in the country (the UN picks them for us!) and they get something special that no other immigrants are supposed to get—access to welfare right away.


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  7. kerberos616 said

    Reblogged this on Kerberos616.


  8. Cherry said

    Reblogged this on NC Refugee Watch and commented:
    Resettled refugees 2,545 for NC. This list does not including asylum seekers, and unaccompanied children.


  9. Reblogged this on Rifleman III Journal.


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