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TitleRefugee Integration in the United States
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PublisherCenter for American Progress
DateJune 2016
Pages56 pp.
DescriptionThis report examines how refugee groups in the United States fare in the long run. It finds that over time, refugees integrate well into their new communities. After being in the United States for 10 years, refugees are in many regards similar to their U.S.-born neighbors, with similar rates of labor force participation and business ownership.
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