In honor of World Refugee Day, this week’s blog post coves how the U.S. defines a refugee, how the U.S. refugee system started, and how that system is set up.
The U.S. offers a unique pathway into the country that not many other countries share: The Immigrant Investor Program (EB-5 Program).
For many years, the U.S. saw more immigrants from Mexico than from any other country, which has caused widespread debates in U.S. politics. However, since 2005. the number of immigrants from Mexico has decreased by nearly two-thirds. By contrast, the number of immigrants from China and India has been on the rise.