The United States has pledged to take 10,000 Syrian refugees in fiscal year 2016 — five times the number the country has resettled since 2011, when the Syrian civil war began.
So needless to say, there are questions of whether the US will actually be able to resettle 10,000 Syrian refugees this fiscal year.
But to get a sense of how many refugees this actually is, it's helpful to look at how many refugees the US admitted in the past. And when you do that, you start to see that in historical context, 10,000 Syrian refugees isn't a very big influx at all.
The Refugee Processing Center at the State Department publishes information on how many refugees have arrived in the US.
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