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USCRI
Vermont

The USCRI Vermont Field Office, formerly the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program, has been welcoming newcomers to Vermont since 1980. In the last thirty-eight years, over 8,000 individuals have started new lives in safe surroundings with assistance from USCRI. Refugees resettled in Vermont come primarily from Bhutan, Bosnia, Burma, Burundi, Iraq, Democratic Republic of Congo, Congo Brazzaville, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, and Vietnam. Newly arrived refugees receive a comprehensive set of services including housing placement, cultural orientation, school enrollment, coordination of initial health appointments, employment preparation and placement, and transitional short-term cash assistance.

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USCRI Vermont

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There are a number of ways to volunteer, either locally or through a fundraiser or campaign. Find a local field office near you or check out our ongoing fundraisers and sponsorships to see how you can help. We also participate in corporate sponsorships.

Our Latest

USCRI Board Member Linda Thomas-Greenfield...

USCRI would like to extend its heartfelt congratulations to our board member, Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield, on her appointment to become...

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USCRI Expands Work to Mexico...

  ARLINGTON, VA—Today, the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants announced its new office that brings critical legal assistance to...

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Becoming a Citizen in COVID...

There were no color guards, singers, judges, or extended family and friends, but USCRI client Fardusa could not have been...

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