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We create opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship.

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Refugees and immigrants are able to realize their dreams and contribute
to New England’s growth and prosperity.

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2309, 2021

Stop repatriating Haitians seeking safety in the U.S.

On Wednesday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) expelled 86 Haitian nationals from the U.S., and flew them back to Haiti. These migrants were expelled under Title 42, a policy created under the Trump administration to speed deportations in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, thousands of Haitian immigrants are encamped at Del Rio, Texas, after entering the U.S. through the Rio Grande. These expulsions stand in contradiction to promises made [...]

2109, 2021

Refugee cap raised to 125,000

The International Institute of New England applauds President Biden’s plans to increase the cap on the number of refugees who can enter the U.S. from 62,500 to 125,000 starting on October 1. There are 26.4 million refugees around the world, and by increasing our cap, the U.S. has a chance to reassert itself as a leader in providing humanitarian assistance to some of the world’s most vulnerable people. Many refugees coming [...]

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