Official memo from Elaine Duke, Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), rescinding DACA as of September 5, 2017. Under section “Recission of June 15, 2012 DACA Memorandum,” bulleted list explains what actions DHS will and will not take towards DACA recipients. Includes citations of related case law.
Direct link to the Department of Health and Human Services’ Michigan listing of refugee service agencies. Includes addresses and telephone numbers.
“Korean language versions of resources/guides for new or potential U.S. immigrants about citizenship, immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), etc.
시민권, 영주권, 아동기 도착에 대한 유예조치(DACA)등 전반적인 이민정보를 한국어로 제공하고 있다.”
Catholic Charities of Oregon provides Refugee Resettlement services in the Portland area, including assistance with basic needs, school enrollment and referrals to other service providers, and community orientation.
The goal of Virginia’s Refugee Resettlement Program is to help refugees and their families gain economic self-sufficiency and social integration into their communities. Website details benefits and social services available around the state of Virginia.
Provides cash assistance to eligible refugees and asylees. Eligibility requirements are listed. Partners with other organizations to provide job, education, and health services and aid to elderly people and unaccompanied minors.
The website lists eligibility requirements, which include possession of a qualifying I-94 by certain refugees, parolees, Cuban/Haitian entrants, and asylees. Qualifying unaccompanied minors enter the program by referral from the Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Service (LIRS). Eligible adult clients and families receive referrals by third parties, such as attorneys. The factsheet covers the basics of program services and requirements, and provides contact information.
Provides information about the American healthcare system to refugees and health information translated into many languages. Also has resources, statistics, and funding opportunities for case managers, physicians, and others who attend to refugees’ healthcare needs. Project of Arizona Dept. of Health Services.
Helps refugees achieve self-sufficiency and integration. Responsible for administering Virginia’s Refugee Resettlement Program. Resources for refugees include social services, settlement services, public benefit and employment programs and their qualifications. Lists service providers throughout the state. Eligible populations: refugees admitted into the US, asylees, Cuban or Haitian entrants admitted into the US, Afghans and Iraqis given special immigrant visas, victims of human trafficking, and children of Asian mothers and American fathers born between 1962 and 1975.
Part of the Washington State DSHS. Their goal is to see refugee and immigrant families and individuals thrive in Washington State.