The four individual states where the number of unauthorized immigrants declined from March 2007 to March 2010 were New York, Florida, Virginia and Colorado. #

Florida had an estimated 825,000 unauthorized immigrants in 2010, a decline from 1.05 million in 2007. Nevertheless, Florida continued to rank third among states in the size of its unauthorized immigrant population. New York’s estimated unauthorized immigrant population in 2010, 625,000, declined from an estimated 825,000 in 2007. New York ranked fourth in the size of its unauthorized population in 2010, as it did in 2007. #

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