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US Where Do Refugees Work When They Come To America?

01:30  23 february  2017
01:30  23 february  2017 Source:   ibtimes.com

Rights group raps Pakistan for 'forced' repatriation of Afghans

  Rights group raps Pakistan for 'forced' repatriation of Afghans Pakistan is conducting the mass repatriation of Afghan refugees through coercion, threats and abuse, Human Rights Watch said in a scathing report Monday, accusing the UN refugee agency of complicity in promoting the exodus. Hundreds of thousands of Afghans have been forced to return to their homeland, which is racked by conflict, poverty and unemployment, joining more than half a million others uprooted by war inside the country.The report, entitled "Pakistan Coercion, UN Complicity: The Mass Forced Return of Afghan Refugees", called the repatriation the world's largest forced return of refugees.

3. Securing work . Flickr: Wonderlane. While most refugees and immigrants are happy to take whatever job is available when they first enter How many refugees come to the United States and where do they come from? According to the State Department, refugees maintain their status for 12

Refugees in America . The United States has a long tradition of offering refuge to those fleeing persecution Most eventually go home when it’s safe, some stay in temporary refugee settlements Once refugees have been cleared for resettlement, the U.S. government works with the IRC and

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President Donald Trump’s administration was revising its temporary ban on refugees, White House adviser Stephen Miller said Wednesday. It will in large part be similar to the original ban, which was overturned by the judicial system in early February, Miller claimed. Trump has said that the ban was necessary for the security of the U.S.

More than half of Americans said they did not support Trump’s executive order temporarily banning refugees from entering the country. But Americans still had concerns about refugees and immigrants overall. Although some of those worries were about national security, others worried that foreign-born people will take American jobs.

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  Trump’s Immigration Order Exploited Vulnerable People For Political Gain Refugees are already subject to extreme vetting, and refugees are much less likely than the general American population to commits acts of violence. In 2016, the Cato Institute published a study entitled “Terrorism and Risk Analysis” which determined that no refugee has committed an act of terror in the United States since the 1970s, when three Cubans killed a Chilean dissident, an American aide, and a Cuban exile leader.Since 1980, when rigorous refugee-screening procedures were put in place, there have been no terrorist attacks by refugees.

I was working with several refugee groups in Salt Lake City, Utah, and over the span of While most refugees and immigrants are happy to take whatever job is available when they first enter the country, finding a For those who don’t speak English, a translator is needed, and they aren’t easy to come by.

From there, dissidents came to America so that they could continue to speak out when they were silenced in their own countries. Since World War II, more than four million refugees have come to America in order to find safety and freedom. They flourish in the creative openness that the United

Where exactly do refugees work once they come to the U.S.? It’s a simple question, but the answer has become more complex than one might expect. For one, there was no easy-to-find, publicly available dataset that tracked where refugees work. Some non-profit organizations attempted to collect that information, but even then, the available data depended on multiple factors: which non-profit is collecting the information, the state where refugees work and the industries in which they work, to name a few.

Economist Paul Hagstrom said in the New York Times that several refugees work in “starter jobs, working as greenhouses, kitchens or laundromats — jobs in which immigrants have worked for generations.

“It’s a well-worn path,” said Hagstrom, who’s a professor of economics at Hamilton College in upstate New York.

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Where refugees come from and where they settle in the U.S. The news comes at a critical point for refugees , and refugee -focused organizations like The UN Refugee Agency. In their annual report to Congress for the fiscal year 2017, the U.S. Department of State-operated Refugee Processing Center

How do refugees come to America ? Local integration: When it is not safe for refugees to return home after a prolonged period in exile, a host government may decide to allow refugees to integrate locally. Finding Employment Refugees enter the United States with authorization to work .

Despite a dearth of publicly available data, there were some pieces of information about refugee labor in the Office of Refugee Resettlement annual report to Congress.

Almost 62 percent of refugees participated in the labor force in 2015, according to the most recent report, which was published last month. The unemployment rate of refugees was 11.7 percent in 2015 — far more than the overall U.S. unemployment rate, which was 5 percent in December 2015.

In addition, there were nearly 2 million highly skilled, well-educated immigrants in the U.S. that were either underemployed (meaning, working in low-skill jobs) or unemployed, according to a December 2016 report from the Migration Policy Institute.

Finally, immigrant laborers have generally tended to go for different low-skill jobs than low-skill U.S. workers. Whereas the top three jobs for immigrants without high school diplomas were maids, housekeepers, cooks and agriculture workers,  according to the Urban Institute, native-born workers without a high school diploma most commonly worked as cashiers, truck drivers and janitors.

 

Syrian refugees selling organs for the chance to reach Europe .
The illegal trade of human organs in the Middle East has surged recently as Syrian refugees seek money to afford smugglers’ fees for a Mediterranean Sea crossing to Europe. One young Syrian man, who gave his name as Mayar, fled his war-torn Syrian village for Cairo, hoping to be able to earn a living and support his family in that city. But that was unsuccessful.“By God, I don’t know how much money I can make from my kidney, but I have no other solution,” A refugee given the pseudonym “Mayar” said to Vocativ in a recent interview. “Life in Egypt is expensive.

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