2 edition of impact of Cuban and Haitian refugees on state services found in the catalog.
impact of Cuban and Haitian refugees on state services
Leslie Sue Lieberman
|Statement||prepared by Leslie Sue Lieberman.|
|LC Classifications||HV640.4.U54 L53 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||77 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||77|
|LC Control Number||84623276|
Cuban Haitian (Projects in localities most heavily impacted by Cuban and Haitian entrants and refugees); $ million 13 grants, $ million went to Florida). In , President Ronald Reagan created a detention policy for Haitian and Cuban refugees, despite his own administration’s fears that it would “create an appearance of Author: Smita Ghosh.
By the end of December , approximat refugee children had been registered by the Dade County Public Schools, 13, Cuban children and Haitian children. 1 Cuban/Haitian Task Force reports for November s Cuban immigrants of school age (5 to 17 years old) and suggest that there are less than 1, Haitians in this. The program provides initial processing and resettlement services for those with and without relatives in the United States. Since , MRS' Cuban Haitian program has served almost , clients, over 9, in alone. MRS also assisted 18 unaccompanied Cuban and Haitian minors, a particularly vulnerable group.
Notice of FY Refugee Targeted Assistance Formula Awards to States and Wilson/Fish Alternative Project Grantees: The purpose of the Targeted Assistance program is to provide employment and other resettlement services to refugees, Amerasians, asylees, Cuban and Haitian entrants, victims of trafficking and Iraqis and Afghans with Special Immigrant Visas. The Office of Refugee Resettlement . The Mariel boatlift was a mass emigration of Cubans, who traveled from Cuba's Mariel Harbor to the United States between 15 April and 31 October The term "Marielito" (plural "Marielitos") is used to refer to these refugees in both Spanish and the exodus was triggered by a sharp downturn in the Cuban economy, it followed on the heels of generations of Cubans, who had Participants: Government of Costa Rica, Government .
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The U.S. immigration debate; the voice of the impact of Cuban and Haitian refugees on state services book. In addition, Stepick’s book provides a comparison between Cuban immigrants and Haitian immigrants to America, asking the question why one group might be considered political refugees while the other is labeled ‘immigrant’,File Size: 52KB.
Cuban and Haitian Entrant Eligibility for Department of Labor Programs E. Department of Justice 1. The Immigration and Naturalization Service, Introduction a. Documenting Refugees' Entry into the United States b. The Refugee Travel Document c. Permanent Resident Alien Status d.
Naturalization e. INS Documentation for. Cuban and Haitian Entrants A,2. The impact of Cuban and Haitian refugees on state services: Focus on health services problems in cross-cultural contexts.
Star Grant project (DSRT No. ). Available through the University of Florida Library System. Google ScholarCited by: Cuba and Haiti—sent floods of refugees to the United States in the s and s. The United States had long had a poli-cy of accepting all refugees from Cuba.
Because its people were fleeing a communist dictatorship, it considered them victims of political oppression.
It had returned most Haitian refugees, because it regarded them asFile Size: KB. Refugee Programs Bureau (Division of CA Department of Social Services) Provides statewide administration of California's Refugee Resettlement Program, the Cuban/Haitian Entrant Program, the Repatriation Program, Unaccompanied Refugee Minors Program, Refugee School Impact Grant, Older Refugee Discretionary Grant, and the Trafficking and Crime Author: Daniel Kiely.
The Cuban Haitian Program is part of the Division of Refugee Assistance and provides discretionary grants to state and state-alternative programs. These grants fund projects in localities most heavily impacted by Cuban and Haitian entrants and refugees.
List of Current Grantees. Read More About the Cuban Haitian Program. Listen. About Cuban Haitian. The Cuban Haitian Program is part of the Division of Refugee Assistance and provides discretionary grants to state and state-alternative programs.
These grants fund projects in localities most heavily impacted by Cuban and Haitian entrants and refugees. Programs support: Employment services. In response to the arrival of more thanCuban and approximat Haitian asylum seekers, the Carter administration established a number of detention camps to hold the newcomers while.
holders, Amerasians, and victims of trafficking. Refugees and Cuban/Haitian entrants accounted for the largest numbers of new arrivals. Among new arrivals, ORR ser refugees from 69 countries. The most common country of birth1 for refugees was Burma. • Refugees arrived in 48 states and the District of Columbia.
Texas and California resettled the larg. Other Refugee Assistance & Services We partner with a number of refugee resettlement agencies that provide additional services to refugees such as resettlement, employment, health care and maintenance, mentoring, foster care, and education.
Refugees who receive Matching Grant benefits are not eligible for refugee cash assistance for the same. TO: STATE REFUGEE COORDINATORS NATIONAL VOLUNTARY AGENCIES OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES. FROM: Carmel Clay-Thompson, Acting Director Office of Refugee Resettlement. SUBJECT: Clarification of Acceptable Documentation for Category One "Cuban and Haitian Entrants".
This State Letter reviews the definition of Category One "Cuban and Haitian. The Cuban Haitian Program provides grants for programs that support Cuban and Haitian entrants and refugees with employment services, health care, education services, crime and victimization programs, and citizenship and naturalization services.
Cuban Haitian Program: Grantee Listing List of awards and grantees for the Cuban Haitian program. Who We Serve - Cuban Haitian Definitions and Eligibility This page provides the definition of Cuban/Haitian.
Key Administration policy-makers said the White House also is considering asking other Caribbean countries to accept some Cuban refugees temporarily, as Jamaica did in the case of Haitian. The Cuban-Haitian Entrant Program (CHEP) was established to provide eligible Cubans and Haitians with certain benefits and services.
CHEP is a federal program administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. USCIS coordinates the reception, processing and community placement of. Cuban refugees were screened in Cuba, flown to Miami, and screened again in special processing centers by the INS and other inspection agencies.
By the conclusion of the airlift program in, over 3, flights had brought more thanCuban refugees to the United States.
Lesson 9: Refugees from the Caribbean: Cuban and Haitian "Boat People" Cuban Immigration to the United States A chapter from the book Cubans: Their History and Culture.
Entire book is online. The New Cuban Immigration in Context By Max Castro in the October North-South Agenda. PDF file. Indiana Refugee Services provides assistance and services to refugees, asylees, certain Amerasian immigrants, Cuban and Haitian entrants, and victims of human trafficking (referred to collectively as “refugees”).
Indiana Refugee Services monitors program planning, provision of services, and provides technical assistance to ensure compliance. The bill, which died when Congress adjourned, would have legalized the immigration status of more thanCuban and Haitian refugees but.
The U.S. government in practice tends to treat undocumented Cuban and Haitian would-be immigrants differently because Cubans are generally considered political refugees and. The Haitian Refugee Crisis.
The US and the Crisis. The Haitian refugee crisis was the culmination of political tensions that had been building in Haiti for at least 20 years around the cruel dictatorship of Papa Doc Duvalier, his son and the series of military governments which followed them.
The table and links below contain contact information for resettlement agencies and other organizations providing services to refugees, persons newly granted asylum, or certification as a victim of trafficking, Special Immigrant Visa holders, Cuban/Haitian Entrants, and other populations eligible for benefits and services funded by : Sue Beaulieu.No, a Cuban or Haitian asylum applicant eligible for refugee assistance and services under ORR regulations concerning Cuban and Haitian entrants will not be able to access additional cash and medical assistance or priority services by beginning a second eligibility period on .Creator: RG Department of Health and Human Services.
Cuban-Haitian Task Force Title: Cuban-Haitian Task Force Dates: 7/15//1/81 U.S. and working with organizations to minimize the negative impact of the Cuban-Haitian boatlift. Restrictions: Refugee Program, State Report of the Cuban-Haitian Task Force - Draft, 11/1/