Resources on Syrian Refugees
The refugees that have captivated so much attention in the wake of Friday's attack are fleeing precisely the type of senseless slaughter that happened in Paris. To slam the door in their faces -- to decide not to help when we know that we can help -- would be a betrayal of our deepest values as Americans. Our nation can welcome refugees desperately seeking safety and ensure our own security. We can and must do both.
Download and distribute the graphics below to share details about the Administration's response to the Syrian refugee crisis. This page will be continually updated.
Infographic: The Screening Process for Refugee Entry into the United States
A step-by-step guide to the rigorous process for refugee entry into the U.S.
How We're Welcoming Syrian Refugees While Ensuring Our Safety
Get the details on how the United States is responding to the Syrian refugee crisis.
Here's What You Need to Know About Our Strategy to Defeat ISIL
A progress update on our fight against ISIL in the wake of the recent attacks in Paris.
Two Former Homeland Security Secretaries Wrote President Obama on Safely Welcoming Syrian Refugees
Read the letter from two former Secretaries of the Department of Homeland Security on welcoming refugees while ensuring the safety of Americans.
President Obama: "Slamming the door in the face of refugees would betray our deepest values."
President Obama took to Twitter to talk about how the U.S. is responding to the refugee crisis.
What They’re Saying: Faith-Based Organizations on Welcoming Syrian Refugees
Faith-based organizations across America have expressed their support for the President’s approach to Syrian refugees.