Why the airport transfer doesn’t seem to have solved the problem
A recent report from The American Conservatives suggests that the federal government is failing to move fast enough to deal with the influx of refugees.
The report’s authors say that a new plan for handling the refugee crisis that President Donald Trump signed last month has failed to address the issue of airport transfer.
The authors say the transfer plan has failed because it ignores the fact that people in transit countries are likely to experience a host of other problems, including social stigma, poverty and even the possibility of criminal activity.
The report’s co-authors are Matt Kline and John Holley.
They are former government officials, and former government economists and social scientists.
In a report titled “The Problem With Airport Transfer,” the authors argue that the United States could use an “urgent and comprehensive” plan to deal both with the refugee flow and with people arriving in transit.
The U.S. already has a large number of people traveling across international borders in order to get to the U.C.L.A., and the country has also seen a large increase in unaccompanied minors who are arriving in the country illegally.
The Trump administration recently announced that it is extending the deadline for refugees to resettle in the U of C., but the report authors say it has been too slow.
“We have a large volume of people arriving to U.N. camps, where they have no protection and are vulnerable to violence and other abuses,” said Kline.
“They’re coming from a place of extreme poverty, where violence is widespread.
They’re also coming from places where they’re likely to be vulnerable to crime and violence.”
Kline and Holley are also members of the nonprofit Refugee Action Coalition, which advocates for refugees.
They say that the UofC report makes a lot of important recommendations for the United State to adopt, including creating a permanent resettlement program, expanding emergency medical services and creating a safe and secure space for refugees at U of S. medical facilities.
“I think what the UOfC report is really trying to do is really highlight a lot more important issues and points in this country that have been left out of the UO plan,” said Holley, adding that he would be happy to provide the report to the White House.
“I think there are other issues that the Trump administration needs to focus on, and I think the UOs plan does a good job of doing that.”
“This is a huge problem and it’s going to take us a long time to address it,” said Klis.
“The UO [United States Office of Refugee Resettlement] is not a good program.
It’s a disaster.”
While Trump’s order to expand emergency medical and other services to refugees at medical facilities was an important step forward in addressing the problem, it does not address the larger issue of refugees’ social stigma and isolation in transit, which is what the report says creates a social barrier to integrating refugees into U.K. society.
The White House released a similar plan last year to address refugees’ concerns, but the plan focused more on providing refugee families with jobs and housing than it did on integrating refugees, according to the report.
The new plan calls for refugees and other asylum seekers to be allowed to stay in the United Kingdom for up to three months if they are able to prove that they are genuine refugees.
“It’s just a waste of taxpayer money,” said Matthew Kline, co-author of the report and former deputy director of the Refugee Action Center.
While the plan did focus on integrating the refugees, it did not address other important issues, such as social stigma associated with arriving in a foreign country, or the impact on refugees and their families living in the host countries.
Holley and Kline say the UB report makes recommendations that will help make the United United States a more welcoming place for refugees, and that the plan should be a major priority for the White President.
To learn more about the report, read the full report here: http://www.theamericanconservative.com/blog/the-problem-with-airport-transfer-does-not-solve-the-crisis-1#.