Graphic: Where New York state's refugees come from
In fiscal year 2012, New York state took in 3,529 refugees from seven countries, according to the New York state Bureau of Refugees and Immigrant Assistance, part of the roughly 58,000 that came to the United States. Ninety percent of those refugees were resettled in upstate New York.
Here's how their home nations breakdown:
All week The Innovation Trail has been taking a look at how those refugees have weaved their way into upstate New York's changing economy and you can find more from that series here.