According to the State Department's FY 2014 Annual Report on Intercountry Adoption, overall numbers of incoming adoptions continued to decline, with a total of 6441 visas issued for adopted children coming into the United States.  Of the total, about 56% of the children came to the U.S. from partner countries under the Hague Adoption Convention, with the largest numbers coming from China (2040) and Haiti (464). From the non-Hague countries of origin, the largest numbers of children came from Ethiopia (716), Ukraine (521) and  South Korea (370). The top 5 receiving states were Texas (440 children), California (402), Florida (298), New York (293) and Illinois (269); the report showed a total of 96 outgoing adoptions, with children emigrating to countries including Canada (47), the Netherlands (31) and Mexico (5).