A task force has distributed health-related videos in more than a dozen languages to help non-English speaking Vermonters.
Miro Weinberger called the cut an assault on legal immigration systems that have built the United States and strengthened Burlington.
A Congolese asylum seeker fled death threats in his home country. But his journey to Canada was cut off at the border crossing in Derby Line.
Bienfait fled the Democratic Republic of Congo on a quest for asylum in Canada. He got as far as Derby Line. Now he’s in a New Hampshire prison facing deportation, due to a post-9/11 agreement with Canada.
Technology for Tomorrow aims to help refugees and new Americans develop computer skills.
“There are so many questions and a lot of emotional reactions,” organizers say of what’s spurring their talks on “Refugees in the USA Today: Gaining Some Perspective.”
With the future of a program to resettle Syrians and Iraqis in Rutland uncertain, supporters gathered for a film and discussion on the travails refugees face.
“We’re going to move forward. We’re going to do it together,” said the new mayor, who has some appointments to make for key city roles. He wouldn’t say whom he has chosen.
Nearly a dozen approved a variety of town meeting resolutions in reaction to President Donald Trump’s push to further restrict immigration.
The Vermont refugee program director had more questions than answers, and Rutland Mayor Chris Louras said Monday’s revised order doesn’t raise his hopes of welcoming more Syrians.
News Release — Champlain College March 1, 2017 Contact: Stephen Mease, Director of Public Information and News, Champlain College, 802-865-6432, [email protected] March 6th Screening and Discussion Focuses on Resettled Identity Issues in Vermont BURLINGTON, VT (03/01/2017) The Core Division of Champlain College will host a screening and discussion of the documentary film “Welcome to Vermont: […]
Master’s degree students will teach English at any of six refugee resettlement centers scattered across the country.
News Release — Sen. Patrick Leahy Feb 8, 2017 Contact: [email protected] WASHINGTON (WEDNESDAY, February 8, 2017) – Following multiple federal court decisions ruling that President Trump’s Muslim ban likely violated the constitution, Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) introduced a Senate resolution this week reaffirming that the United States “should remain a global leader in welcoming and […]
Attorney General TJ Donovan said he is “proud” to sign on to a brief supporting Washington state and Minnesota in challenging “this unconstitutional order.”