With the Syrian conflict extending past four years now, the number of refugees has nearly reached four million. So far only 6% have been resettled to third countries, and only a few hundred to the United States. As the country prepares to accept more Syrian refugees in the coming years, we continue to work for more welcoming communities for all refugees and migrants making the courageous journey to the United States.
- How Families Are Kept Apart by Current Immigration Laws Immigration Impact Guillermo Cantor
- A New Start in Sweden UNCHR Tracks Zahra Mackaoui, Producer and Jonathan Saruk, Camera
- Fight for the Texas Dream Act Continues America’s Voice Juan Escalante
- Pew Report Highlights on Black Immigrants Colorlines Aura Bogado
- California’s Driver’s License for the Undocumented Carries Risks Colorlines Aura Bogado
- Pregnancy Discrimination, Immigrant Women and Low-Wage Work Immigration Prof Blog Kevin R. Johnson
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