The Impact of Natural Disasters on Immigrants and Refugees in the United States: What Funders Need to Know in the Immediate Term

Publication date: 
November 2017

This five-page brief provides analysis and recommendations that apply to any states that have experienced a natural disaster. Its focus is on two states, Texas and Florida, which have large foreign-born populations, including significant subpopulations among their foreign-born residents who may be particularly vulnerable in both urban and rural communities, including undocumented immigrants, DACA recipients, holders of Temporary Protected Status (TPS), temporary workers and farmworkers, refugees and asylum seekers.

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