ORR provides time-limited cash and medical assistance to new arrivals, as well as support for case management services, English as a Foreign Language classes, and job readiness and employment services – all designed to facilitate refugees’ successful transition to life in the U.S. and help them to attain self-sufficiency.

ORR supports additional programs to serve all eligible populations beyond the first eight months post-arrival, including micro-enterprise development, ethnic community self-help and agricultural partnerships. In addition, ORR provides services for survivors of torture.

View status and documentation requirements for ORR programs.

ORR’s resettlement programs fall under the following topics:

Core Services | Health | Employment/Economic DevelopmentIntegrationUnaccompanied Refugee Minors

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Core Services

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Employment/Economic Development

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Unaccompanied Refugee Minors


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Refugee Arrival Data

View U.S. resettlement tallies by state of resettlement and country of origin by fiscal year.


Last Reviewed: October 22, 2018