The number of people being served from Cuba is far larger than from the other countries, by a wide margin. But the countries that may be targeted by President Trump’s limitations on new entries — Iraq, Iran, Syria, Yemen, Sudan, Libya and Somalia — were not all common points of origin two years ago. (More recent numbers might look different: The number of refugees from Syria increased substantially in 2016, for example.)
Where these displaced people end up varies, as well. In Florida, the vast majority of those served by ORR come from Cuba, understandably. In other states, the composition of the populations is far more diverse; California, for example, is home to populations from 82 different countries.