How refugees and asylum seekers can resettle in the US | Just the FAQs 1

How refugees and asylum seekers can resettle in the US | Just the FAQs

 

Since 1975, the U.S. has admitted more than 3 million refugees. Each president determines how many refugees can come in and from where.

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Former Obama and Bush administration officials are launching a new organization aimed to help streamline the process of resettling the roughly 65,000 Afghans forced out of their home country and now making the United States their home.

Welcome.US will bring together top refugee organizations, the government and major businesses to engage with Americans on how to help with resettlement efforts for Afghan refugees.

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7 comments

  1. They need to go back to where they came from, we all started at the same time. Minorities just oppress eachother and we all moved forward

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