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Muslim refugees living in the United States are “frustrated and distraught” over the prospect that President Donald Trump may further reduce the number of refugees resettled in the country every year.
A report by the New York Times details how Rohingya refugees — the Muslim-minority of Myanmar — are increasingly disappointed by Trump’s reduction of refugee resettlement because they hoped to bring their foreign family members and relatives to the U.S.
The article goes on to state the following:
The Times reports:
For the dozens of children like Hefzur [Rahman] who have been arriving from Myanmar without family, an initial expectation that their parents would join them has faded, leaving many of them frustrated and distraught. [Emphasis added]
Breitbart noted that Rohingya refugees are allowed to apply for naturalized American citizenship after they have lived in the US for 5 years. Once they get U.S. citizenship, they are then allowed to bring an unlimited number of foreign relatives to the country through the process known as “chain migration,” the report stated.
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ALONE AT SEA & IN AMERICA: Rohingya children who fled persecution in Myanmar found safe haven in U.S. They might never see their families again due to Trump administration curbs on refugee admissions. We met several of the boys, and here is their story: https://t.co/F9co0IPFXQ
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