With reporting from Tanveer Ali.
NEW YORK CITY — Roughly 8,000 refugees have come to New York City in the years since the terror attacks of 9/11.
Since 2002, the city has seen 8,066 refugees enter the United States through New York, according to data from the U.S. State Department's Refugee Processing Center.
President Donald Trump this week restricted entry to refugees and immigrants from seven predominantly Muslim countries: Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Syria.
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Here's how many refugees came to New York City from those seven countries since 2002:
The map below shows the 59 countries from which refugees have entered New York City since 2002.
Editor's Note: The map only shows the refugees who started their lives in the United States in New York City. It does not account for anyone who moved from or to New York from within the United States, which isn't tracked by the State Department.