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Cuban and Haitian Entrants


Migration and Refugee Services is a well-recognized, historic leader in helping Cubans and Haitians who resettle in the United States under unique and complex immigration policies.  The total number of clients serviced by the program in 2010 was over 10,000.  The MRS reception, Processing, and Resettlement Unit in Miami, in partnership with the MRS Cuban/Haitian resettlement network, helped to resettle 1,127 clients, of which 639 cases were Family Reunifications and 488 were Free Cases (no family in the United States).  An additional 9,004 clients were provided orientation and referral services through the Parolee Orientation Program.  Finally, the Unaccompanied Minors Program provided direct and indirect services to 21 minors, including seven Haitian minors who were placed in foster care and two Cuban minors who were reunited with their families.


If you are in New York, Florida, or Washington, DC, donate online now.

Residents of other states should visit the National Catholic Fund for Migration and Refugee Services webpage.

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