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  • Refugee Health Promotion Grants

    Contacts and funding amounts for new grantees of the Preventive Health program.
  • In-Country Refugee/Parole Program for Children in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras with Parents Lawfully Present in the United States – Eligibility for ORR Benefits and Services

    ORR discusses the Central American Minors Program or CAM program and explains the eligibility for ORR benefits and services of children entering the U.S. under the Program.
  • U. S. Medical Licensing Process

    U. S. Medical Licensing Process
  • FFY 2012/13 State of California ORR Funded Programs

    FFY 2012/13 State of California ORR Funded Programs
  • Asylee Eligibility for Refugee Resettlement Program Benefits

    This State Letter clarifies the information given in State Letter #00-12 when ORR announced that asylees are eligible for refugee assistance and services beginning on the date that they are granted asylum.
  • Office of Refugee Resettlement Year in Review - FY2013

    Office of Refugee Resettlement Year in Review - FY2013
  • Medical Assistance in the Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program

    ORR provides guidance to States regarding regulations governing medical assistance for participants in the URM Program.
  • Office of Refugee Resettlement Annual Report to Congress 2014

    The Refugee Act of 1980 (Section 413(a) of the Immigration and Nationality Act) requires the Secretary of Health and Human Services to submit an annual report to Congress on the Refugee Resettlement Program. This report covers refugee program developments in Fiscal Year (FY) 2014, from October 1, 2013 through September 30, 2014. It is the forty-seventh in a series of reports to Congress on refugee resettlement in the United States (U.S.) since FY 1975 and the thirty-fourth to cover an entire year of activities carried out under the comprehensive authority of the Refugee Act of 1980.
  • Fiscal Year 2013 Refugee Employment Entered Rates

    This graphic is a map of the United States that shows Fiscal Year 2013 refugee employment entered rates by state. Data is based on all ORR employability funded services, except Matching Grant. Alabama has an employment caseload of 119 and an entered employment rate of 71 percent. Alaska has an employment caseload of 154 and an entered employment rate of 53 percent. Arizona has an employment caseload of 1227 and an entered employment rate of 58 percent. Arkansas has an employment caseload of 80 and an entered employment rate of 43 percent. California has an employment caseload of 9884 and an entered employment rate of 23 percent. Colorado has an employment caseload of 1486 and an entered employment rate of 72 percent. Connecticut has an employment caseload of 590 and an entered employment rate of 52 percent. Delaware has an employment caseload of 70 and an entered employment rate of 63 percent. D.C. has an employment caseload of 575 and an entered employment rate of 35 percent. Florida has an employment caseload of 20741 and an entered employment rate of 44 percent. Georgia has an employment caseload of 2569 and an entered employment rate of 39 percent. Hawaii has an employment caseload of 31 and an entered employment rate of 100 percent. Idaho has an employment caseload of 387 and an entered employment rate of 77 percent. Illinois has an employment caseload of 2008 and an entered employment rate of 49 percent. Indiana has an employment caseload of 2074 and an entered employment rate of 63 percent. Iowa has an employment caseload of 547 and an entered employment rate of 55 percent. Kansas has an employment caseload of 674 and an entered employment rate of 51 percent. Kentucky has an employment caseload of 2286 and an entered employment rate of 57 percent. Louisiana has an employment caseload of 299 and an entered employment rate of 26 percent. Maine has an employment caseload of 372 and an entered employment rate of 40 percent. Maryland has an employment caseload of 1263 and an entered employment rate of 83 percent. Massachusetts has an employment caseload of 1680 and an entered employment rate of 73 percent. Michigan has an employment caseload of 4716 and an entered employment rate of 35 percent. Minnesota has an employment caseload of 1858 and an entered employment rate of 66 percent. Mississippi has an employment caseload of 32 and an entered employment rate of 75 percent. Missouri has an employment caseload of 766 and an entered employment rate of 40 percent. Montana has an employment caseload of 7 and an entered employment rate of 0 percent. Nebraska has an employment caseload of 1074 and an entered employment rate of 54 percent. Nevada has an employment caseload of 1524 and an entered employment rate of 56 percent. New Hampshire has an employment caseload of 400 and an entered employment rate of 77 percent. New Jersey has an employment caseload of 714 and an entered employment rate of 29 percent. New Mexico has an employment caseload of 235 and an entered employment rate of 32 percent. New York has an employment caseload of 2287 and an entered employment rate of 54 percent. North Carolina has an employment caseload of 1955 and an entered employment rate of 72 percent. North Dakota has an employment caseload of 345 and an entered employment rate of 72 percent. Ohio has an employment caseload of 2523 and an entered employment rate of 34 percent. Oklahoma has an employment caseload of 343 and an entered employment rate of 78 percent. Oregon has an employment caseload of 1435 and an entered employment rate of 66 percent. Pennsylvania has an employment caseload of 2029 and an entered employment rate of 63 percent. Rhode Island has an employment caseload of 156 and an entered employment rate of 45 percent. San Diego WF has an employment caseload of 1659 and an entered employment rate of 41 percent. South Carolina has an employment caseload of 153 and an entered employment rate of 42 percent. South Dakota has an employment caseload of 952 and an entered employment rate of 65 percent. Tennessee has an employment caseload of 1127 and an entered employment rate of 76 percent. Texas has an employment caseload of 7539 and an entered employment rate of 63 percent. Utah has an employment caseload of 703 and an entered employment rate of 50 percent. Vermont has an employment caseload of 276 and an entered employment rate of 61 percent. Virginia has an employment caseload of 1718 and an entered employment rate of 80 percent. Washington has an employment caseload of 2567 and an entered employment rate of 45 percent. West Virginia has an employment caseload of 25 and an entered employment rate of 28 percent. Wisconsin has an employment caseload of 791 and an entered employment rate of 54 percent.
  • ORR Sponsorship Frequently Asked Questions

    ORR Sponsorship Frequently Asked Questions

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