2010 Annual Report to Congress is out (more than two years late)

900 per week of “refugees” is about 130 per day, with Syrians (moslems) leading the pack.

Refugee Resettlement Watch

Longtime readers know that the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) is required by lawto produce an annual report to Congress about the status of the Refugee Resettlement Program within three months of the close of the previous fiscal year.  ORR is chronically late—over two years in this case.   The report should have been made available to Congress by January 31, 2011.

The last we checked for an annual report was back in March.  I’m not sure exactly when the 2010 was submitted to Congress because they don’t put dates on them.  Dates disappeared back in the Clinton Administration, here.  Prior to the reign of Lavinia Limon as director of ORR, the reports were done on time.

These annual reports are a treasure-trove of information on the entire program.   Although bear in mind when you look at stats on welfare use by refugees etc., remember that they…

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