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Welcome Home Page HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE For over 110 years, USCRI has been on the front lines of working on behalf of refugees and immigrants worldwide. Our goal is to help create a world of possibilities for displaced people—where displacement may have defined their past but their future is reimagined with unlimited possibilities. We believe in open doors for refugees, asylees and other immigrants. DONATE NOW WELCOME TO uscri logo white For over 110 years, USCRI has been on the front lines of working on behalf of refugees and immigrants worldwide. Our goal is to help create a world of possibilities for displaced people. We believe in open doors for refugees, asylees and other immigrants. The Supplemental: Refugee-Related
Considerations as Congress Navigates the
Latest Funding Fight
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USCRI Opposes Proposed Border Deal,
Urges Senators to Save Asylum.
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save aslum READ MORE The Impact of Proposed Changes to the Asylum System on Survivors of Human Trafficking USCRI Webinar READ MORE Trafficking Survivors Lost in the Funding Debate’s Asylum Stipulations Policy Report Learn how USCRI’s Refugee Health Services program addresses settlement challenges for resettled Afghan residents nationwide through behavioral health support services. LEARN MORE The Behavioral Health Support Program
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What We Do

101
LOCAL OFFICES
279
SERVICES PROVIDERS
54,988
VOLUNTEERS
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PARTNERS

More Than
100 Offices

Working with nearly 200 affiliates, we provide legal, social, and health services to refugees, unaccompanied migrating children, trafficking survivors, and other immigrants in all 50 states, El Salvador, Honduras, Kenya and Mexico.

Our Mission & History

Our mission is to protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or voluntary migration worldwide and support their transition to a dignified life.

our history
1911

Our story began in New York in 1911 when 15 million people, mainly from Europe, immigrated to the U.S. seeking freedom and opportunity.

Europe, immigrated to U.S. seeking freedom
Today

Today USCRI serves people from around the world who have immigrated to the U.S. seeking those same American values—freedom and opportunity.