More than 30,000 refugees had already been admitted to the US before the new policy went into effect, according to State Department data, leaving just under 20,000 spots open.
That is the time frame they estimate they have before the latest legal wrangles are resolved.
So look for another big rush of refugees in the coming days.
US Together in Ohio is one of Hetfield’s subcontractors.
And, if they don’t materialize, contractors will have to start reducing their federally-funded staffs.
Washington (CNN) For the second weekend in a row, nonprofits tasked with welcoming refugees to the United States are reacting to a sudden, major shift in the policies that govern their work.
A week ago, President Donald Trump signed an executive order suspending resettlement for 120 days and initiating a review of the vetting procedures used to approve applicants to come to the United States.
Then Friday, a more welcome surprise for refugee groups: A federal judge in Washington reversed several key provisions of the executive order, paving the way some refugees to enter the country.
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