Case Management for Unaccompanied Children in ORR Care

By USCRI April 26, 2021

The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) operates the Unaccompanied Children’s Program to serve children from non-contiguous countries who arrive without a parent and do not have legal immigration status. Since 2002, the UC Program has served more than 400,000 children. ORR serves children via a national network of shelters who provide care for children in their charge and case-management services that reunite children with family members or other sponsors. Historically, of unaccompanied children (UCs) who file legal petitions to gain status, approximately 60% successfully demonstrate a legal right to remain in the United States.

Read the latest USCRI Snapshot to learn more: USCRI-Case-Management-in-ORR-Care.pdf (refugees.org)


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