*** For new readers these (below) are the nine federally-funded refugee contractors that operate as a huge conveyor belt monopolizing all refugee placement and choosing which lucky towns and cities will be ‘welcoming’ refugees.And, they do not limit their advocacy toward only legal immigration programs, but are heavily involved in supporting the lawlessness at our borders.Here is what the guide advises….Although, Tent works in Europe, the guide is entirely devoted to finding and hiring refugee workers in the US.Far from being a threat to the United States in its fight against COVID-19, immigrants are providing vital national services, explained Vignarajah, particularly in a time when experts are redefining traditional notions of national security.I’m thinking that is because they are working on a long term plan to change America by changing the people, and shoving diversity down everyone’s throats is really the aim—the more resistant your community the more enjoyable the target for them!And, besides I have new readers every day.Messitte said in his 31-page opinion that the order signed by President Donald Trump “flies in the face of clear Congressional intent” of the 1980 Refugee Act.In addition to less tangible benefits like feel-good bragging rights (corporate virtue signalling!)
This crisis in American leadership will have devastating consequences for tens of thousands of vulnerable refugees, and it will undermine the country’s role as a global player in the eyes of our allies.American leadership on humanitarian matters, including refugee resettlement, has taken a heavy blow over the last two years.
Refugee Resettlement; Refugee Youth Career Pathways; Foster Care Services; Family Reunification; Empowering New Americans; Welcoming Migrants; Engaging Communities; Take Action. They want to blame it all of course on Donald Trump (and Stephen Miller! For new readers, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) is one of nine federal contractors*** hired and funded (on a per refugee-head basis) by the US State Department and the Office of Refugee Resettlement in HHS to place refugees in towns where citizens have no say in the matter and are generally kept in the dark about the process and plans for their communities. In 2016, the annual refugee ceiling for the U.S. was set at 110,000. In partnership with Lutheran congregations and Lutheran social ministry organizations, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service has welcomed more than 379,000 refugees to the United States since 1939. 02/18/2018 ~ Ann Corcoran ~ Leave a comment. Don’t ask me to predict what this means for the reforms that would have gone into effect June 1.The agencies said the executive order was an attempt at a state-by-state ban on refugees. Don’t ask me to predict what this means for the reforms that would have gone into effect June 1.The agencies said the executive order was an attempt at a state-by-state ban on refugees. They’re entrepreneurial, they’re tax paying, they’re job creating members of society.”COLLEGE PARK, Md. “We see consistently that immigrants are essential workers.
)I digress, here is the news.
The order, which gives state and local officials authority to block refugee resettlement in their jurisdictions, is currently being challenged by LIRS and co-plaintiffs.