Refugee Resettlement Contractors Stay in the Black With Lucrative Federal Grants

In case you are wondering how the nine federal refugee resettlement contractors stay afloat through lean times—when the President cuts the flow of new refugees (paying clients!) coming into the country—here is one example.

Check out this list of new federal grant recipients employed by the feds to teach immigrants how to pass the naturalization test!

Over $10 million out the door to the likes of Catholic Charities, HIAS, Lutheran Social Services and others whose federal grants for new refugees had slowed in recent years. 

Gotta get all those new voters signed up pronto!  (Hat tip: Steven)

USCIS Awards FY 2019 Citizenship and Assimilation Grants

Nearly $10 Million Will Expand Citizenship Preparation Services in 24 States

On September 26, 2019, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced the award of nearly $10 million in grants to 41 organizations that prepare lawful permanent residents (LPRs) for naturalization. The grants also aim to promote prospective citizens’ assimilation into American civic life by funding educational programs designed to increase their knowledge of English, U.S. history, and civics. Located in 24 states, these organizations will receive federal funding to support citizenship preparation services for LPRs through September 2021.

I can see giving grants to community colleges, school systems, libraries, but refugee agencies, SEIU and something called Progreso Latino and Women for Afghan Women?

Could their students be getting a little indoctrination by progressive Dems along with their English language and civic lessons?

And, why don’t we see any politically conservative non-profits getting some of this grant money?

(Groups highlighted in red are involved in refugee resettlement)

1199SEIU League Training and Upgrading Fund New York, NY $250,000

Access California Services Anaheim, CA $250,000

Asian Counseling and Referral Service Seattle, WA $250,000

Baker Ripley Houston, TX $250,000

BPSOS Center for Community Advancement Westminster,CA $250,000

Burmese American Community Institute, Inc. Indianapolis, IN $225,000

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New Orleans New Orleans, LA $225,000

Catholic Charities of Northeast Kansas, Inc.Overland Park, KS $250,000

Catholic Charities of Northern Nevada Reno, NV $250,000

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa Santa Rosa, CA $237,500

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Fort Worth, Inc.Fort Worth, TX $250,000

Church World Service, Inc.Durham, NC $237,500

Emerald Isle Immigration Center Woodside, NY $250,000

English Skills Learning Center Salt Lake City, UT $250,000

Fresno Unified School District Fresno, CA $250,000

Hartford Public Library Hartford, CT $225,000

HIAS and Council Migration Services of Philadelphia, Inc.Philadelphia, PA $250,000

Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota Saint Paul, MN $250,000

Instituto del Progreso Latino Chicago, IL $225,000

International Institute of New England, Inc.Boston, MA $250,000

International Rescue Committee, Inc.San Diego, CA $250,000

International Rescue Committee, Inc.Baltimore, MD $250,000

International Rescue Committee, Inc.Turlock, CA $237,500

International Rescue Committee, Inc.Seattle, WA $250,000

Jewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County, Inc. Milltown, NJ $250,000

Jewish Family Service of San Diego San Diego, CA $225,000

Jewish Family Services of Western Massachusetts, Inc.Springfield, MA $250,000

Kentucky Refugee Ministries, Inc.Louisville, KY $250,000

Literacy New Jersey Edison, NJ $250,000

Lutheran Community Services Northwest Portland, OR $250,000

Lutheran Social Services of Colorado Denver, CO $250,000

Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid Minneapolis, MN $237,500

Montgomery College Rockville, MD $250,000

Pars Equality Center Sherman Oaks, CA $225,000

Progreso Latino, Inc.Central Falls, RI $250,000

School Board of Miami-Dade, FLMiami, FL $225,000

Shorefront YM-YWHA of Brighton-Manhattan Beach, Inc.Brooklyn, NY $250,000

Skyline Literacy Harrisonburg, VA $250,000

The International Institute of Metropolitan St. Louis St. Louis, MO $225,000

United Methodist Cooperative Ministries/Suncoast, Inc.Largo, FL $237,500

Women for Afghan Women, Inc.Fresh Meadows, NY $250,000

I’ve done it over the years, but maybe it is time to revisit all of the grants available to ‘non-profit’ groups that are very much involved in political organizing particularly against this President.

2 thoughts on “Refugee Resettlement Contractors Stay in the Black With Lucrative Federal Grants

  1. Welcome back Ann!

    Oh what I would have given to see the expression on the faces of the snouts-at-the-taxpayer-trough refugee resettlement industry and their media toadies when they found out your website was back up and running online.

    Ann’s other website, Frauds, Crooks and Criminals, is also excellent and very much needed. But without Refugee Resettlement Watch, when it came to trying to keep up with what was going on with the ‘refugee’ scam and its gleeful erasing of the Historic American Nation, my brain felt like a plane that was slowly losing altitude.

    Such great news–Congratulations Ann!

    tma

    1. Thanks, and I now realize I was really missing following the resettlers and their escapades! So, I’m glad to be back too!

      What drives me so crazy is the way they twist the facts or leave out information to spin the news to fit their agenda (and the lazy biased media never checks them!). I’ll write about it tomorrow, but to hear the wailing you would think that we never brought any Iraqis to America when in fact it is now over 150,000! We saved their country, lost so many of our good people not to mention the financial costs and now we are expected to move thousands more to America—WTH! Sorry, you can see I’m getting revved up for my post in the morning.

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