GFM 04-05 - Russia 2,200 Bhutan 5,300 Other 46,900 Total...

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Geography of Forced Migration April 5, 2010
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Geography of Forced Migration How does the United States compare globally with regards to forced migration? Where are forced migrants in the US from originally? Where are forced migrants found in the United States?
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Refugees in the US (as of 12/31/08) Cuba 24,700 Colombia 4,100 China 19,500 Somalia 3,200 Myanmar 18,700 Burundi 3,000 Iraq 15,300 Ethiopia 2,800 Haiti 6,400 Indonesia 2,800 Iran 6,300 Russia
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Unformatted text preview: Russia 2,200 Bhutan 5,300 Other 46,900 Total 161,200 US Annual Refugee Resettlement Ceilings US Refugee Admissions by Region Refugee Arrivals by State of Residence (2005) Asylum Granted in US (2005) Total 25,257 100.0% China 5,225 20.7 Colombia 3,375 13.4 Haiti 2,962 11.7 Venezuela 1,114 4.4 Ethiopia 728 2.9 Albania 695 2.8 Cameroon Status Changed from Refugee to Permanent Resident...
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