U.S. ties play a helpful role in the refugee resettlement process by supporting their friends or relatives in collaboration with the Resettlement Agency. In order for the partnership to be successful, it’s important for refugees and U.S. ties to understand their rights and responsibilities. To help both parties better understand this collaboration, CORE created The Role of U.S. Ties in Refugee Resettlement Fact Sheet and Podcast.
These resources are meant to supplement existing communications your organizations may have in place around U.S. ties and ensure consistent messaging during the resettlement process.
Access the new resources on the CORE Resettlement Navigator website. You will find them in two places to accommodate overseas and domestic refugees: The USRAP Introduction page and the Cultural Orientation for Refugees Resettlement Agency page.
Here are direct links to the translated versions of the resources:
- Fact Sheet: English, Arabic, Burmese, Dari, Kinyarwanda, Russian, and Swahili (For Spanish, see note below)
- Podcast: English, Arabic, Burmese, Dari, Kinyarwanda, Russian, Spanish, and Swahili