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Help Work with Civic Engagement

Our Civic Engagement program works to educate our community and elected officials about the positive contributions of refugees and immigrants; partner with other immigrant and refugee service agencies to improve services; and advocate for and alongside new Americans for better welcoming communities. One of the biggest efforts our Civic Engagement team carries out, however, is working to register and educate… More >

Volunteer of the Month: Juilee Shivalkar

Are you a social media fan? If you’ve been following our Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn accounts in the last three months, you’ve seen some of the stories Juilee Shivalkar developed during her internship. Juilee, who is an upcoming senior studying Classical Languages as well as Politics and International Affairs at Wake Forest University, paused her studies this summer to take… More >

RAISE Your Voice for Refugees

Earlier this month, Georgia Senator David Perdue, in partnership with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton, re-introduced the RAISE Act (S. 1720), a bill which aims to cut legal forms of immigration in half over the next ten years and add new entry requirements for those who wish to come to the United States. The bill seeks to limit entry in many… More >

Our Fund-a-Need: Support for New Arrivals

The U.S. Resettlement Program is being threatened. The program is on a 120-day halt and the limit on the number of arrivals has been cut to 50,000 per year, the lowest in history. When the travel ban is lifted, we need the capacity to serve the refugee community with the highly trained, culturally competent staff that we have today. This… More >

Immigration Services: Beyond the Paperwork

If you visit our Immigration Services area, you’ll see paperwork – a lot of careful, detailed, organized paperwork. But every file has a story – a person, a family, a new life, a new citizen. Navigating the United States immigration system can be quite challenging, which is why New American Pathways’ work goes far beyond refugee resettlement. Our Immigration Team… More >

Volunteers of the Month: Christian Garcia and Anneliese Hermann

The New American Pathways’ Immigration Services team plays a vital role in the resettlement process, and it takes all hands on deck to make sure everything gets done. This summer, immigration interns Anneliese Hermann and Christian Garcia have worked diligently to help keep things running smoothly. “The amount of work that needs to be done requires a lot of people,”… More >

Meet Our 2017 Friend of Freedom

If you haven’t met Dr. Heval Kelli yet, you’ve probably read about him or seen a story about his journey from Syrian refugee to American… More >

It Takes A Team: Part 4

By Juilee Shivalkar The fourth and last part of this mini-series focuses on Hassan, the newest team member. Click here to read Part 1, Part… More >

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