Resource Type: Report

RCUSA releases year-end refugee arrivals report for FY23

Washington, DC – RCUSA has released its year-end review of US refugee resettlement numbers for Fiscal Year 2023 (FY23). President Biden had set the refugee admissions goal for FY23 at 125,000 and a total of 60,014 refugees were resettled by the close of the fiscal year on September 30th. While the administration has ushered through…

One Year Out: RCUSA reports back on Biden’s resettlement EO

RCUSA’s policy experts have released a new report examining the progress made since President Biden signed the Executive Order on Rebuilding and Enhancing Programs to Resettle Refugees and Planning for the Impact of Climate Change on Migration on February 4, 2021. Download the full report, or scroll for a preview.   DOWNLOAD   On February 4, 2021,…

RCUSA Refugee Arrivals Report – Q1 FY22

Washington, DC – For Fiscal Year (FY) 2022, the Biden administration set a refugee admissions goal of 125,000, a number which is more reflective both of global need and the United States’ historical goals. While the administration has publicly stated its support for the rebuild of the country’s humanitarian programs, refugee arrivals thus far have…

RCUSA Mid-Year Report on Refugee Arrivals – Oct. 2020 to Feb. 2021

Washington, DC – Before leaving office, the previous administration set a final record-breaking low refugee admissions goal for fiscal year 2021 (FY21) of just 15,000 — a programmatic decrease of over 80%. This historic low admissions goal was paired with overly restrictive categories of which refugees could be eligible for resettlement, including refugees who faced religious persecution;…

RCUSA Report on Annual Refugee Admissions for FY2020

Washington, DC – In September 2019, the administration slashed the refugee admissions goal (Presidential Determination) for fiscal year 2020 to 18,000 and instituted four admissions priorities. In an effort to hold the administration accountable to welcoming 18,000 refugees, RCUSA released a series of quarterly reports detailing the administration’s progress. As a new administration is set…

RCUSA Quarterly Report on Refugee Admissions – July 1 – Sep. 30

Washington, DC – In September 2019, the administration slashed the refugee admissions goal (Presidential Determination) for the coming year to 18,000 and instituted four admissions priorities. In an effort to hold the administration accountable to welcoming 18,000 refugees, RCUSA has released a new quarterly report detailing admissions numbers. This fourth report also provides a discussion…

RCUSA Quarterly Report on Refugee Admissions – April 1 – June 30

Washington, DC – In September 2019, the administration slashed the refugee admissions goal (Presidential Determination) for the coming year to 18,000 and instituted four admissions priorities. In an effort to hold the administration accountable to welcoming 18,000 refugees, RCUSA has released a new quarterly report detailing admissions numbers. This third report also provides a discussion…

RCUSA Quarterly Report on Refugee Admissions – October 1 to December 31

Washington, DC – In September 2019, the administration slashed the refugee admissions goal (Presidential Determination) for the coming year to 18,000 and instituted four new admissions categories. In an effort to hold the administration accountable to welcoming 18,000 refugees, RCUSA has released a new quarterly report detailing admissions numbers. This first report also provides greater…