Since 1911, the U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) has been serving uprooted people, regardless of their nationality, race, ideology, or social group. We continue to provide tools and opportunities for self-sufficiency to refugees and immigrants nationwide, fight refugee warehousing around the world, serve victims of human trafficking, and protect the rights of unaccompanied immigrant children.
To protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or voluntary migration worldwide by advancing fair and humane public policy, facilitating and providing direct professional services, and promoting the full participation of migrants in community life.
A Century of Service
For the past 100 years, USCRI has helped shape history. From publishing the first book on U.S. Citizenship to helping refugees from war-torn places in Europe, Asia, and Africa build new lives in the United States to protecting the rights of unaccompanied immigrant children to now serving victims of human trafficking in the United States, USCRI has led the way in guiding newcomers toward achieving the American Dream.
More About Us
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