How to spot an illegal migrant in NYC
A new map from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has given us a very good idea of how many illegal immigrants are living in New York City, but it also gives us a glimpse into the neighborhoods where they live.
The map shows a lot of data points.
For instance, the area around Central Park has a population density of approximately 14,000 people, which means that nearly a quarter of the city’s population resides in the city.
It also shows a high concentration of African Americans and Latinos in the Bronx and Staten Island.
It shows a huge concentration of the poor in the East Bronx, which is the most deprived area of New York State.
The most vulnerable neighborhoods in New New York are in the Central Bronx and the Staten Island neighborhoods, and those are where the majority of the illegal immigrants live.
As a result, the city has a disproportionate number of illegal immigrants living in the inner boroughs.
This is not surprising, as these neighborhoods have been designated as hotspots for illegal immigration in the past.
It is also important to note that the map only shows people from New York state.
While the census data used in the map was not collected by the Department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), the data used by DHS was collected from the New York city police department.
These data may have been collected as part of a broader effort by the NYPD to monitor illegal immigration.
DHS did not immediately respond to VICE News’ request for comment.
The NYPD does not collect data on undocumented immigrants living within its jurisdiction.
In fact, the department has repeatedly refused to cooperate with VICE News in order to keep its data off of its official maps.
According to the NYPD’s own data, about 1.2 percent of the New Yorkers living in Central Bronx are illegal immigrants.
That’s a much smaller percentage than the estimated 2 percent of Central Bronx residents who are foreign born.
In Manhattan, the illegal immigrant population is estimated at roughly 7,000, making it the third largest area of the borough with the largest concentration of undocumented immigrants.
The city’s largest concentration is in Brooklyn, which has a total of about 1,000 illegal immigrants in the borough.
But despite this low figure, New York’s Central Bronx is home to the majority population of illegal immigrant households.
The rest of the Bronx has roughly 3,500 households.
Of those, 1,500 are located in the more than 200 outer boroughs, with the remainder of the population concentrated in the outer borough in the neighborhoods of Bedford-Stuyvesant, Prospect Heights, and East New York.
The data from the DHS map shows that the boroughs of Bedford, Prospect, and West Harlem have a high percentage of illegal aliens living there.
The census data shows that a quarter or more of the people in those areas are illegal aliens.
The Central Bronx has about 6,500 people in the area.
It’s not clear if these figures include illegal immigrants who have been released from ICE custody.
A second map, released by the Office of Migration and Refugee Policy (OMRP), shows that Central Bronx communities have a large concentration of illegal migrants.
This map, which shows a map of Central Park, shows a large area of low-income immigrants living nearby.
The illegal immigrants residing in the community have been labeled “under the influence” on the map.
In this map, the term “under-the-influence” is used to describe people who have drunk alcohol, had a gun, or been charged with a crime.
The Census Bureau has a list of people who are over the age of 20 living in their community, but that data does not identify how many are illegal immigrant.
This type of data is difficult to collect because many people don’t have health insurance, and it’s also hard to determine the location of an individual’s address on the census.
The OMPP map does show that illegal immigrant communities have high rates of poverty.
A person in New Jersey is estimated to be about 25 percent less likely to be poor than a person in another state.
It turns out that Central and Brooklyn neighborhoods have the highest concentration of people in this category, at 17.9 percent and 17.3 percent, respectively.
The poorest communities in the state have a concentration of 6.6 percent of New Jersey’s total population, which makes Central and East Harlem the two poorest communities.
The state’s poverty rate is lower than the national average, but the fact that the state has a larger population of poor people means that its poverty rate may be higher.
The poverty rate in Central and West Manhattan is 13.9, while it is only 7.2 in Bedford-Somerset and 8.3 in Prospect Heights.
The poor population of Brooklyn has the lowest poverty rate of any of the state’s major cities, at 11.4 percent.
The boroughs have one of the highest concentrations of immigrants in New Yorks cities.
It has a large number of people living there, at 5.5 percent of its