Who We Serve

Approximately 140,000 humanitarian immigrants eligible for refugee benefits are resettled in the United States annually. Each year the number of refugees admitted to the United States is set by the Presidential Determination; additional arrivals come in the form of asylum grantees and humanitarian parole. The following individuals are eligible for domestic health assessments provided by State Refugee Health Programs:

The top 10 countries of origin among humanitarian immigrants resettled in the U.S. during federal fiscal year 2015 are Burma, Cuba, Iraq, Somalia, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Afghanistan, Bhutan, Iran, and Syria. For additional arrival information and reports, please go to the Refugee Processing Center website.