Syrian Refugees

Image of the Al Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, November 2015

Image from the Al Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan, November 2015. Source: Boston Globe.

Curran & Berger is committed to helping Syrian refugees find safe homes and lives in the United States. We will post more news as it becomes available, along with further reading and resources. 



Guide to US Immigration Options for Refugees AbroadGuide to U.S. Immigration Options for Refugees Abroad (PDF). A joint project between Curran & Berger, Goss Associates, Refugees International, and the American Academy of Adoption Attorneys. This document gives a comprehensive overview of the U.S. immigration options available for refugees, including information on how they may apply to individuals from Syria. The PDF discusses:

•   refugee processing,
•   family relationships,
•   "following to join",
•   adoption,
•   humanitarian parole,
•   temporary visas for medical treatment, and more.


Further Reading



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