Senators Durbin and Klubuchar lead push to flood US with 65,000 Syrian refugees by next year

Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) are leading a group of fourteen senators in calling on President Barack Federal Immigration Policy amazonbutton1-684x1024Obama to significantly increase the number of Syrian refugees allowed to resettle in the United States. Their letter to Obama cites precedent in that “the United States traditionally accepts at least 50 percent of resettlement cases from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).” With the UNHCR seeking to resettle 130,000 Syrian refugees worldwide, that means an influx of 65,000 to American shores by the end of 2016.

The letter then cites “leading U.S. refugee organizations (including Church World Service, HIAS, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service, Episcopal Migration Ministries, USCCB, National Association of Evangelicals’ World Relief.” These organizations and others constitute the VOLAGs (Voluntary Agencies), ostensibly non-profit and non-partisan organizations who have a chokehold on refugee policy for the United States.

For a press release and full copy of the senators’ letter to Obama, click here.

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Source: Center for Security Policy

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Adam Savit is the Center for Security Policy’s Director of Strategic Communications, administrating media projects across a range of formats including book layout and publication, video production for YouTube and Roku streaming channel, and website production and maintenance. He is a graduate of the Pennsylvania State University specializing in the history of the Middle East and Mediterranean.