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I Can Learn about Refugees. I Can Learn about Refugees.

I Can Learn about Refugees is a children's activity book with a story, a picture, a prayer request, a family activity, an online activity and a Bible verse for each day. The book can stand alone or be accompanied by the adult prayer booklet "Embracing Your Neighbor."


Stronger Together: Making the Case for Shared  Prosperity Through Welcoming  Immigrants In Our Communities Stronger Together: Making the Case for Shared Prosperity Through Welcoming Immigrants In Our Communities

Learn about how to make the case for shared prosperity through welcoming immigrants in Stronger Together, a new communications toolkit from Welcoming America. In it you'll find new messages to help you communicate in ways that resonate with businesses, governments, and other community members; tools to identify key audiences and frame an appropriate message for them; and ideas and pitfalls to avoid when using economic arguments.


The Refugee Project The Refugee Project

The Refugee Project is an interactive map of refugee migrations around the world in each year since 1975. UN data is complemented by original histories of the major refugee crises of the last four decades, situated in their individual contexts.



The U.S. Census Bureau releases an annual report on population changes across the United States. Based on their data for city-centered areas, we made the map below showing levels of net international migration over the year between July 1, 2012 and July 1, 2013.
 


Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigration Frequently Requested Statistics on Immigration

Nearly 41 million immigrants lived in the United States in 2012—a historical numeric high for a country that has been a major destination for international migrants throughout its history.


Study Materials for English Language Test Study Materials for English Language Test

The English test has three components: reading, writing, and speaking. Your ability to speak English will be determined by a USCIS Officer during your eligibility interview on Form N-400, Application for Naturalization. For the reading portion, you must read one out of three sentences correctly. For the writing test, you must write one out of three sentences correctly. Several study tools are available to help you prepare.


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