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Who is a refugee and what do they go through to get to the U.S.?

A refugee is someone who has fled one’s home country and cannot return because of a well-founded fear of persecution based on religion, race, nationality, political opinion or membership in a particular social group.

Check out this infographic to learn the steps refugees must go through when immigrating to the United States: U.S REFUGEE SCREENING PROCESS INFOGRAPHIC

Then, learn more about the refugee resettlement through this FREE Workshop Course!

World Relief provides initial resettlement and placement as well as employment, education and legal services for refugees arriving in the United States. Collaborating with local churches, community partners and volunteers, World Relief comes alongside vulnerable families as they begin their lives in the U.S. Since 1979, World Relief has helped resettle more than 300,000 refugees from over 80 nations.

Learn more about Refugee Resettlement in the United States through a free e-course!

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