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Reminder: The Refugee Screening Process Is Incredibly Rigorous

Despite the current hostile political climate towards refugees, the Obama Administration has pledged to resettle 110,000 refugees over the next twelve months--a pledge that we enthusiastically support. To diffuse some political tension and encourage resettlement initiatives, it's important to review the stringent security processes used to vet refugees coming to the United States.
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