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The number of Unaccompanied Alien Children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in 2014 more than doubled from the 2013, but instead of sending the children back home, the Obama Administration has relocated tens of thousands of children to communities across the country. Here's a state-by-state breakdown of where they're being sent.

Relocations from January 1, 2014 to July 7, 2014.

STATE # RELEASED
ALABAMA 407
ALASKA 5
ARIZONA 186
ARKANSAS 166
CALIFORNIA 3,150
COLORADO 221
CONNECTICUT 325
DELAWARE 117
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 187
FLORIDA 3,181
GEORGIA 1,154
HAWAII 8
IDAHO 8
ILLINOIS 305
INDIANA 245
IOWA 122
KANSAS 179
KENTUCKY 237
LOUISIANA 1,071
MAINE 8
MARYLAND 2,205
MASSACHUSETTS 773
MICHIGAN 92
MINNESOTA 173
MISSISSIPPI 179
MISSOURI 121
MONTANA 1
NEBRASKA 192
NEVADA 122
NEW HAMPSHIRE 13
NEW JERSEY 1,504
NEW MEXICO 18
NEW YORK 3,347
NORTH CAROLINA 1,191
NORTH DAKOTA 4
OHIO 360
OKLAHOMA 212
OREGON 50
PENNSYLVANIA 386
RHODE ISLAND 119
SOUTH CAROLINA 350
SOUTH DAKOTA 21
TENNESSEE 760
TEXAS 4,280
UTAH 67
VERMONT 3
VIRGIN ISLANDS 4
VIRGINIA 2,234
WASHINGTON 211
WEST VIRGINIA 10
WISCONSIN 50
WYOMING 6
TOTAL 30,340
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2014 border surge
Obama's executive amnesties