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As of April 4, 2001, asylees should receive unrestricted social security cards without the notation "Valid For Work Only With INS Authorization."

Clarifies the impact of Medicaid guidance on populations who receive certification or eligibility letters from ORR, and certain other specified family members.

State Letter #01-05

FY 2001 Refugee Preventive Health Discretionary Program Announcement
February 16, 2001

FY 2001 Refugee Preventive Health Discretionary Program Announcement

State Letter #01-20

Notice of Final FY 2001 Targeted Assistance Allocations
July 20, 2001

Notice of Final FY 2001 Targeted Assistance Allocations

State Letter #01-31

Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2002 Presidential Determination and StepsTaken by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) to Address the Impact of September 11 on Refugee Communities
December 5, 2001

Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2002 Presidential Determination and Steps Taken by the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) to Address the Impact of September 11 on Refugee Communities

Afghan and Iraqi Special Immigrants are now eligible for ORR benefits and services for the same time period as refugees.

Alerts all programs that CDC has released revised recommendations for lead poisoning testing and preventive treatment in refugee children.

State Letter #02-17

Grants for Refugee Microenterprise Development Projects
May 29, 2002

Grants for Refugee Microenterprise Development Projects

State Letter #01-18

Asylee Information Hotline
July 9, 2001

Asylee Information Hotline

This State Letter reviews the definition of Category One "Cuban and Haitian entrants" and clarifies the acceptable documentation for ORR-funded benefits and services.