I don’t know exactly how many, but I have heard that around 100 offices closed.
The nine contractors*** call them affiliates, but you could also call them subcontractors (I do). I suspect they don’t like the later word because it then appears that there are lots of bucks moving around, and there are!
As the Obama Administration was ending we had reported that efforts were underway by the US State Department to add as many as 40 new locations for the placement of refugees since the contractors were wearing out their welcome as they overloaded towns and cities with poverty.
Here is a map from the Refugee Processing Center showing where refugees were being placed in 2016. I know it is hard to read but you can see it enlarged either at the link above at RPC, or use the link under each map.
See that the nine contractors are color-coded and listed in the right hand corner, and note that more than one contractor can have local offices in cities especially eager for more diversity and for more needy people to care for.
We can only assume those cities have run out of their own poor people!
Now here is a map of the locations for refugee resettlement at the time Biden was installed in the White House.
You can expect to see a re-opening of some of those offices closed during the Trump years, and pay close attention to local efforts, often by those “Interfaith” political organizations, agitating for new offices.
Frankly, the only way forward now is to work at the local/state level for most of your political activity.
***For New Readers these are the nine federal refugee contractors who worked to put Biden and Harris in the White House and are lobbying for millions of illegal aliens to be transformed into legal voting citizens, as well as raising the refugee admissions ceiling from 15,000 this year to 125,000.
They are largely paid by you, the taxpayer, for their work of changing America by changing the people, and in so doing, are putting Americans last!
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