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2009 Annual Report to Congress is now available

Posted by Ann Corcoran on February 26, 2013

I was just looking for statistics on Afghan refugees coming to the US in large numbers (for years) because of a post I’m writing about Pakistan wanting them OUT of their country when I came across the existence of the missing 2009 ANNUAL REPORT TO CONGRESS on the refugee program.

Here it is!

Now we can see what the program looked like in the first year of the Obama presidency.

The Office of Refugee Resettlement needs to now get cracking on reports for 2010, 2011, and 2012 which they are still LEGALLY required to produce and are breaking federal law every day by not producing them!

I won’t have time to scan the 181 pages chock full of information about how much this program is costing the taxpayer today, but look forward to reading it soon!

4 Responses to “2009 Annual Report to Congress is now available”

  1. […] Let’s have a look at his chances of finding a job—based on the 2009 Annual Report to Congress on the refugee program (the most recent summary we have since ORR has not released more recent figures).  So, if things have improved for Iraqis in the US, we don’t know it because ORR hasn’t reported since this 2009 report came out only last month. […]


  2. […] we reported here, the Office of Refugee Resettlement recently released its Annual Report to Congress for 2009 (four […]


  3. […] the newest stats we have from the FY 2009 Annual Report to Congress on Refugees which I mentioned here and here (food stamp use skyrocketing) […]


  4. […] I just a few minutes ago told you I wouldn’t have time to look at the newly released 2009 Annual Report to Congress on the […]


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