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Refugees From The United States

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Refugees in the United States go through the struggles of not being able to communicate in an effective way because of the language barrier. This barrier makes it harder on them to be able to get a job, attend school and success academically. This also gives them the feeling of being the “others,” as well as a loss of their dignity and culture. Although, refugees go through steps to be able to find a place, where they can call home, but their struggles is what holding them from having a good life and an easy life. Consequently, refugees have valuable characteristics, such as: education, language, job, religion, health and owing a home. As a foreigner, their struggle is exasperated since many of their valuable characteristics are now liabilities in a different land compounded with new and daunting cultural differences. Refugees have a multitude of steps to take in the resettlement process. The following steps, explained by US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants. After leaving their home country, the refugee registers with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). This agency makes sure that the individual qualifies as a refugee under international law. Once qualified, one of several agencies can refer the refugee to the U.S. Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP). The agencies that can refer refugees to this program are the UNHCR, the Uniuted States Embassy or one of the authorized non-governmental organizations (NGO).
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