Following the decision by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the suspension of President Donald Trump's travel ban, 72 percent of refugees admitted to the country are from the seven Muslim-majority countries listed in the ban.

Below are the most updated numbers from the State Department from the period between Feb. 3 and Feb. 11:


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Trump tweeted Sunday that the surge in immigration from these seven countries is the result of the "court breakdown" and cracking down on undocumented criminals was part of his campaign promise.

The Washington Times reported this week that the influx of immigrants from these seven countries appears to be a push by the State Department to admit as many people as possible before another court hears the Justice Department's appeal.

Nearly a third of the refugees have come from Syria. Before being halted, Trump's executive order instituted an indefinite ban on Syrian refugees.

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