We post this page to expose the intertwining and massive networks of resettlement offices which we likely have duplicate services at taxpayer expense.
Briefly, migrants obtain refugee status in their home countries from United Nations representatives. Then, countries, states and counties take it from there.
The White House
Obama calls on businesses to hire refugees.
White House Vetting Procedures Infographic: The Screening Process for Refugee Entry into the United States.
- Vetting procedure indicates a pass for refugees with TB!!
- Read recently reported refugee tuberculosis at Ann Corcoran’s RRW.
Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs)
The Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
A project of Left-wing social justice Catholic Bishops.
Attention: The owners of this blog are not Social Justice Catholics.
We are Traditional Catholics and oppose the bishops getting embroiled in one of the most controversial and political battles of our time. These policies place enormous economic and societal stress on Western sovereign countries.
The Church was established by Jesus Christ to save souls. Our bishops, through apostolic succession, have been given the Great Commission to save souls throughout the world.
Instead, they exploit Catholic generosity and use other people’s money – taxpayers – all while shaming us into submission and dialogue with our enemies. Well, shame on them!
Catholic Charities of California United – link.
Catholic Charities of California United played an instrumental role in the creation of a new state program that provides nonprofit organizations with funds to provide legal services to immigrants. Since January, 2016 Catholic Charities has led this statewide program to help approximately 4,000 immigrants.
The following Catholic Charities organizations are participating in this program: Charities of Santa Rosa, Monterey, East Bay, Stockton, Orange, San Diego, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento, Solano, and San Bernardino-Riverside.
A branch of Catholic Charities USA.
Catholic Legal Assistance for Immigrants
“Welcoming the Stranger” is the bishops’ slogan designed to shame Catholics like us and twists the words of Jesus Christ.
“‘For I was hungry, and you gave Me something to eat; I was thirsty, and you gave Me something to drink; I was a stranger, and you invited Me in; naked, and you clothed Me; I was sick, and you visited Me; I was in prison, and you came to Me.’
72 Offices of Catholic Legal Immigration Network:
The Immigrant Learning Center, Inc. (ILC) Public Education Institute uses a research-based approach to inform Americans about the economic and social contributions of immigrants in our society. In this way, we inform public policy and promote thoughtful dialogue about the key roles played by immigrants.
The Protestant Denominations (non-Catholic churches)
As the Southern California affiliate of three national organizations, Episcopal Migration Ministries, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, and Church World Service, IRIS partners with the U.S. Department of State in order to provide protection, relief, and long-term solutions for refugees and conflict victims who seek sanctuary from persecution.
Church-Based. TIA membership is for churches and faith-based non profit organizations seeking to equip their communities to serve immigrants. Member churches.
Funded by corporations, the United Nations, and the U.S. federal and local governments.
2013 Budget obtained from Guidestar:
- Refugee Resettlement in the United States = $63,486,351
Hey! Aren’t there a billion other programs just like this one already??
“The IRC has 22 offices across the United States that support newly arrived refugees by providing immediate aid, including food and shelter. Through a network of staff members and volunteers, the IRC provides access to the tools of self-reliance: housing, job placement and employment skills, clothing, medical attention, education, English-language classes and community orientation. Each resettlement office serves as a free, one-stop center for refugees’ needs during their pivotal first months in the U.S. Through community gardening, nutrition education and small-business farming, the IRC’s New Roots program is giving hundreds of refugee farmers the tools and training they need to grow healthy and affordable food and become self-sufficient.
In addition to integrating refugees into the U.S., the IRC’s refugee resettlement network provides comprehensive immigration services to assist refugees and those granted asylum as they make their way along the path to becoming permanent residents or U.S. citizens. The IRC also provides specialized services to victims of human trafficking in the U.S.–men, women and children who have been forced or coerced into modern-day slavery.
Immigration and citizenship services are available at the following IRC offices in the U.S.:
Abilene, TX • Atlanta, GA • Baltimore, MD • Boise, ID • Charlottesville, VA • Dallas, TX • Elizabeth, NJ • Los Angeles, CA • Miami, FL • New York, NY • Northern California (Oakland, Sacramento, San Jose, Turlock) • Phoenix, AZ • Salt Lake City, UT • San Diego, CA • Seattle, WA (SeaTac, WA) • Silver Spring, MD • Tucson, AZ • Wichita, KS
Source: The IRC.
The Fostering Community Engagement and Welcoming Communities Project site was made possible by Grant Number 90RB0044 from the Office of Refugee Resettlement, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Welcoming Refugees.
Plus, Modesto & Garden Grove.
This is the U.N.’s refugee agency. It’s where foreigners go to begin the process of applying for refugee status.
The U.N.’s Hive Project…for propaganda and mind control.
“The Hive is transforming the ways in which Americans engage with the refugee crisis.” Project Hive.
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