Trump’s immigration crackdown hits NY, NY-area hot spots

Trump’s executive order limiting entry into the United States by refugees and immigrants from seven Muslim-majority countries was widely criticized as discriminatory, but it has left many New Yorkers reeling.

The New York City area, along with the Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island and Queens-Midtown areas, saw a surge in immigration during the Trump administration, according to data from the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

The data shows more than half of the 8,000 people who arrived in New York during the week ended Feb. 4 were from the affected countries.

Trump’s executive orders were widely criticized for discriminating against Muslims and other people from the seven Muslim majority countries.

Trump later said the order was meant to protect the country, but the Trump campaign later said he meant to include all immigrants from the countries in the order.

Trump has defended the order, calling it a necessary step in keeping Americans safe.

He also claimed it was in the interest of America’s security.

But many New York officials say they have seen an uptick in the number of new immigrants coming to the state in recent months.

New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman are urging more people to come to the city.

Cuomo is also seeking a new state law that would make it illegal for businesses to discriminate against people from countries that are majority Muslim.

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said last week he is urging people to move to New York state, and he said his administration would take the necessary steps to keep the city safe.

New Yorkers can get a visa from the New York Immigration and Naturalization Service to enter the United Kingdom.

In New York, there are a number of options, including working at a hotel or restaurant, or working in an IT industry.

New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie has called for New Yorkers to stay home from the country in light of Trump’s ban.