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  • Article: The High Cost of Resettling Middle Eastern Refugees Given limited funds, relocation to the U.S. may not be the most effective way to help. By Karen Zeigler and Steven A. Camarota

    The High Cost of Resettling Middle Eastern Refugees Given limited funds, relocation to the U.S. may not be the most effective way to help


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    About The Author

    Steven A. Camarota is the director of research at CIS.

    Karen Zeigler is a demographer at CIS.

    The opinions expressed in this article do not necessarily reflect the opinion of ILW.COM.

    Comments 2 Comments
    1. ImmigrationLawBlogs's Avatar
      ImmigrationLawBlogs -
      Yeah, if the Middle Eastern refugees are not terrorists, then they will go on welfare. If they don't go on welfare, they will steal American jobs. People who peddle immigrant-hating for a living will always think of reasons to keep 'em out, no matter what, just the way we kept the Jews out in the 1930's so that they could die in Hitler's gas chambers. Only now, instead of gas chambers, it is Assad's barrel bombs, Russian missiles and ISIS beheading chopping blocks that will kill the refugees, if they are sent back to Syria. But Assad has been accused of using poison gas against civilians too, so there may be even more resemblance with the fate of the Jews than we may have realized.

      But who cares, if you are writing for an anti-immigrant group such as CIS? It doesn't matter how absurd or biased your argument is. The only important thing is - keep 'em out! That is all that CIS and its fellow immigrant-bashing "think tanks" care about.

      Roger Algase
      Attorney at Law
    1. Unregistered222's Avatar
      Unregistered222 -
      Yes, Roger, we all know. You want to capitalize on these refugees by selling them your services and making big $$$$, while socializing all the expenses these "refugees" are bringing with them. I am just left to wonder, will an "immigration lawyer" who assisted these Chechen "refugees" in getting the foot in the door in the US, will ever be sued in civil court? Roger, innocent people were murdered, why don't you champion the case?
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