Nearly 45 years ago MayKao Fredericks came to U.S. as a child, having fled the civil war in Laos with her family. Fleeing genocide, we were the lucky ones who
The morning the war began in Ukraine remains the scariest day of my life. On day three of the war, I drove more than 24-hours to find safety in the country of North Macedonia. I spend six months into North Macedonia, and by August of 2022 my whole family had made our way to Germany, planning to wait there until the end of the war. But God has another way for us.
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“When everything fell down, and the Taliban took over Kabul, I was in Afghanistan alone with my two daughters and it was very hard,” said Halima.
Inclusion is an Investment for Twin Cities Employers. Resettling in the United States is challenging for a number or reasons, but the inability to speak English is likely
It’s a celebratory full circle moment for one of our refugee clients to now be in the teacher role.
Two Afghan sisters are dedicated to pursuing lofty career aspirations. Atefe plans to pursue a residency in neurosurgery once she is able to obtain the proper documentation. Haniya aspires to work in the field of animation.
On Thursday, January 19th, the Biden Administration announced a new private sponsorship program for refugees called The Welcome Corps. Through Welcome Corps, everyday Americans can directly sponsor refugees who are being resettled in
Reza works hard to provide for his family back in Afghanistan – but he hasn’t given up on his dream and would eventually like to finish his helicopter training once he gets his green card!
Learning to drive is an enormous barrier for new refugees to face. Once they pass the test, our new neighbors are able to be much more independent…
Arrive Ministries is a refugee resettlement agency providing essential services and practical assistance to refugees and immigrants to advance self-sufficiency. We mobilize volunteers, in partnership with local churches, to extend love and friendship to our new neighbors to promote thriving in a new homeland.
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