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Ukrainian refugees struggle to adapt to a new economic reality
Russia’s invasion has displaced millions of people. Some are rebuilding their lives and businesses in other countries.
After Trump-era cuts, refugee agencies have rebuilt to accommodate evacuating Afghans
Trump Administration-era cuts scaled back refugee programs, but the resettlement of 88,000 Afghans prompted them to ramp up and expand.
Ukrainians in the U.S. have found new ways to send money to loved ones back home
But remittances have actually fallen as the war has dragged on.
One year later: we check in on the refugee settlement in Erie, Pennsylvania
Erie, which voted for President Trump, has one of the largest populations of refugees in the country.
Checking in with Syrian refugees one year later
A family of six adjusts to life in the Connecticut suburbs.
A Syrian refugee family confronts its future
They made it through the resettlement process. Now they must create new lives.
Think you can't help Syrian refugees? Look at these folks
More relief agencies are turning to local community groups for help with refugees