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Table 2.I.G

Immigration
New York City (NYC) and New York State (NYS)
Persons Obtaining Legal Permanent Resident Status
2000-2013

 
     
  Fiscal
Year
NYC   NYS  
  Number Percent*   Number Percent*  
 
2013
167,393
16.9%
 
133,601
13.5%
 
 
2012
179,011
17.4%
 
149,505
14.5%
 
 
2011
183,681
17.3%
 
148,426
14.0%
 
 
2010
186,084
17.8%
 
147,999
14.2%
 
 
2009
189,849
16.8%
 
150,722
13.3%
 
 
2008
179,971
16.3%
 
143,679
12.9%
 
 
2007
175,735
16.7%
 
136,739
13.0%
 
 
2006
224,408
17.7%
 
180,157
14.2%
 
 
2005
172,832
15.4%
 
136,815
12.2%
 
 
2004
138,568
14.5%
 
103,151
10.8%
 
 
2003
117,477
16.7%
 
89,538
12.7%
 
 
2002
91,275
8.6%
 
114,531
10.8%
 
 
2001
92,361
8.7%
 
114,116
10.7%
 
 
2000
85,867
10.1%
 
106,061
12.5%
 
     
 
Notes:
As of 2003, data for NYC reflects Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA)
New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island, NY-NJ-PA
*Percent of the total number of immigrants who entered the country that year.
 
     
 

View Additional Population Data for NYC:
NYC Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) Population Estimates
Population Demography
Native & Foreign Born Population
Foreign-Born Population - By Birth Country
Population Characteristics: Births, Marriages, Deaths & Infant Mortality

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Source:
Department of Homeland Security- Yearbook of Immigration Statistics