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In a time where the world’s population is encouraged
to remain isolated from one another, victims of trafficking
in persons, and those who are vulnerable to becoming
victims, are far too socially distant.

Read USCRI’s most recent report Far Too Socially
Distant:Trafficking in Persons Policy
Responses for Governments in the COVID-19
Pandemic and Beyond

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WELCOME TO USCRI

For 100 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
because it is the right thing to do.

HELP MAKE A DIFFERENCE
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USCRI’s direct services extends
across the continental U.S. into
Central America. Our global
advocacy is heard in capitals
around the world—from the U.N. in
Geneva to the A.U. in Addis Ababa.

OUR AGENCIES
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STATEMENT

Department of Homeland
Security’s Changes to the
Deferred Action for
Childhood Arrivals

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Our Latest

USCRI Begins Five Part Series Documenting the Journey of Unaccompanied Children through the U.S. Immigration System

In March of this year, 15,918 children from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador crossed into the U.S. at our southern...

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USCRI Statement on the Presidential Determination of the Refugee Admissions Ceiling

  For immediate release May 3, 2021 Media contact: Annette Sheckler (571)289-1731 or asheckler@uscrimail.org   Arlington, VA—The U.S. Committee for...

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Arriving Unaccompanied Children, April 2021 Who are Unaccompanied Children? Unaccompanied children (UCs) are minors who arrive in the United States...

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What We Do

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LOCAL OFFICES

279

SERVICES PROVIDERS

54,988

VOLUNTEERS

101

PARTNERS

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.

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.

Today

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

For media, please contact Annette Sheckler at asheckler@uscrimail.org

or 571-289-1731