IRC Assists Immigrant Refugees To Adjust To Life In America

IRC Assists Immigrant Refugees To Adjust To Life In America
TUCSON, AZ - FEBRUARY 27: A Sudanese refugee learns employment skills during a job readiness class held at the International Rescue Committee (IRC), center on February 27, 2013 in Tucson, Arizona. The IRC is a non-profit humanitarian aid organization that aids refugees and survivors of international conflict. They assist new arrivals, many of whom come from refugee camps and war zones, to adjust to American society after being granted refugee status and invited by the U.S. government to live in the United States. The IRC also assists refugees through the immigration and naturalization process to become U.S. citizens. The IRC in Tucson helps some 400 new refugee families each year and assists them for up to 5 years. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
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