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Refugee and Asylee Stats Online
Scan Through and Read Whatever Catches Your Curiosity is a globalist website, however, it does produce some raw information in the form of text boxes in side columns, written summaries, definition of terms, explanations of processes, graphs, charts, maps, percentages by nationality, religion, age, gender, settlement data, etc.

I have noted that at least in the US, we are not glutted by young, male entrants of rape age (not that we’re not having our problems anyway).

The link immediately below will only work if copied and pasted into a new tab directly. Interestingly, you cannot control-click from the article to get to it (it will give you the “page not found” error).

This link, however, seems to work with a control click from within the article.

From within the page, I find the following paragraph most interesting:

“Since 2015, citing concerns ranging from limited federal funding and use of local resources to potential national security threats, states and localities have become increasingly vocal about playing a greater role in the resettlement process and having a choice of how many refugees should be placed in their communities, if any at all. In 2016, Texas, Kansas, New Jersey, and Maine announced their intention to withdraw from the federal refugee resettlement program, after which basic refugee services would instead be administered through local resettlement agencies, as already occurs in a number of other states.”

To avoid confusion, from this point on, my comments will be in italics. -Lili

Meaning, the overload of refugees getting resettled in these states has surpassed their resources to support them, and their own tax-paying residents are suffering while the newcomers sit, receive and tell their relatives and friends to join them. And since 2016, the percentage of Muslims entering the US exceeds the percentage of Christians… Surprise!

For Europe:

For Australia and New Zealand:

Definitions from the Site

“Refugees and asylees are individuals who are unable or unwilling to return to their country of origin or nationality because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution. Refugees and asylees are eligible for protection in large part based on race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion. The 1996 Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act expanded this definition to include persons forced to abort a pregnancy or undergo a forced sterilization, or who have been prosecuted for their resistance to coercive population controls.

In the United States, the major difference between refugees and asylees is the location of the person at the time of application. Refugees are usually outside of the United States when they are screened for resettlement, whereas asylum seekers submit their applications while they are physically present in the United States or at a U.S. port of entry. Refugees and asylees also differ in admissions process used and agency responsible for reviewing their application.”

Underline above is mine. I guess a country has no right to try to limit its population based on budgeting the resources it has to support its population in the first place... It would make a difference here if we only limited assistance to two children’s worth, which may still seem too generous under the circumstances, but it would be a start to mitigating the threat to social security for those who have worked and contributed all of their lives.

Explanation of Admission Process of Asylees from the Site

“An individual seeking entry or already present in the United States may decide to submit an asylum request either with a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) asylum officer voluntarily at a time of his or her own choosing (affirmative request), or, if apprehended, with an immigration judge as part of a removal hearing (defensive request). During the interview, an asylum officer will determine whether the applicant meets the definition of a refugee.

If the case is denied, an applicant may appeal for additional hearings with the Board of Immigration Appeals or, in some cases, with federal courts.”

Underline above is mine. Who are these officers, and what laws are they using, what standards if any are used to monitor their determinations of each case? See the two links below for some perspectives and info on Somali Immigrants. The articles are from 2015 and 2016.

And still, their numbers increase in 2017, while their rate of crime and terrorism here increases.

Thriving in Bad Places

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