Refugee Arrivals Data 


Arrival data related to newly arriving refugees and other populations served by the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement is collected by federal fiscal year (FFY) (i.e., October 1 through September 30).  No personal information is included in the data.  Local data is provided to the County Refugee Coordinator by local resettlement agency partners to provide more detailed information regarding refugee arrivals to San Diego County.

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San Diego County Resettlement Agencies Report

Data collected and submitted to San Diego County Refugee Coordinator (CRC) by local Resettlement Agencies monthly. The data includes number of arrivals by country of origin for the following populations:  Refugees, Secondary Immigration, Asylee, Cuban/Haitians, Trafficking Victims, and Special Visa Holders (SIVs).


San Diego County Refugee Arrivals Report for FFY 2020-2021

San Diego County Refugee Arrivals Report for FFY 2019-2020

San Diego County Refugee Arrivals Report for FFY 2018-2019 

San Diego County Refugee Arrivals Report for FFY 2017-2018

California Refugee Arrivals Report

Arrival data provided to the CA Refugee Program Bureau (RPB) by the U.S Department of State. This data includes only primary refugee arrivals and does not include Secondary Immigration, Asylee, Trafficking Victims, and Cuban/Haitians.


Arrivals State Summary Reports by FFY

California Afghan and Iraqi SIV Arrivals Report

Data on Special Immigrant Visas (SIVs) issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. Please note that the data only includes those SIV holders who have elected and received Reception & Placement assistance and benefits through Resettlement Agencies under the United States Refugee Admissions Program.

SIV Data Reports by FFY


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