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You have the right to be safe in the United States. Learn about the rights you have from the United States government and how to protect yourself with your legal rights. Pānuitia atu

Bring your family to the United States (reunification Family)

He te kāwanatanga US tētahi hōtaka e taea ai rerenga ki te ui mo ratou tane / wahine me ngā tamariki ki te haere mai ora ki a ratou i roto i te US reunification whānau i huaina. You must apply for this program within two years of living in the US as a refugee or two years of receiving asylum in the US. Pānuitia atu

Immigrant rights

Even if you are not a citizen, you have legal rights in the United States to protect you and your family. Pānuitia atu

Green card (permanent residency)

I muri e noho ana i roto i te US mō te tau kotahi, Me tono koe ki te riro i te noho pūmau ranei ki te tiki i to koutou kāri matomato. Your green card is proof that you are allowed to live and work in the US. Pānuitia atu

Refugee travel document

Ka rite ki te rerenga, Ka taea e koe te haere ki hea i roto i te US. Heoi, if you need to travel outside of the US, you have to complete special travel papers and forms. Pānuitia atu

Ko te maha o rerenga whakaaetia i roto i te US i roto i 2019

An announcement was made that the number of refugees allowed to come to the US in 2019 ko 30,000. Here are three things you must know if you are a refugee that is already here Pānuitia atu

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reunification Family: Information on how you can apply for your family members to come to the U.S.reunification Family: Information on how you can apply for your family members to come to the U.S.
A long walk to freedom: from Dadaab refugee camp to MinnesotaA long walk to freedom: From dadaab refugee camp to Minnesota. A refugee reflects his journey from Dadaab, the world's largest refugee camp located in Kenya