What is the difference between a refugee, asylee, SIV and immigrant?
Eligibility for US Resettlement – Guide covering the eligibility criteria, exclusion criteria, and benefits to receiving refugee status by CitizenPath.
Cultural Orientations to Life in The US – Refugees are provided a cultural orientation to their new lives in the United States. These orientations are part of a mandatory package of services for refugees categorized as “Reception and Placement.” To access comprehensive information and resources about cultural orientations and services, visit the Cultural Orientation Resource Center website.
Arizona Refugee Arrivals Report – Updated 01/15/2021 This report shows the numbers of refugees from all countries who have resettled in Arizona since the beginning of the resettlement program. The most common countries refugees in Arizona come from today include the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Burma, Afghanistan, Eritrea, Somalia, Iraq, and Burundi.
UNHCR Global Trends Forced Displacement in 2019 – United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees report on Displaced People for 2019 is a summary report that includes data of where people were displaced from and where they migrated to.
Proposed Emergency Presidential Determination on Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2021 – Released February 22, 2021, click here to read the new Presidential Determination for Refugee Admissions.
Executive Order on Rebuilding and Enhancing Programs to Resettle Refugees and Planning for the Impact of Climate Change on Migration – You can see the full Executive Order here. The U.S Committee for Refugees and Immigrants released a helpful summary of the executive order which you can see here.