Carolina Refugee Resettlement Agency's (CRRA) main responsibility is assisting refugee arrivals to begin their new lives in the United States. Services by the agency include apartment preparation, enrollment in social services, transportation to initial medical appointments, cultural orientations, assisting refugee children with enrollment in the public school system and supporting refugee adults to obtain employment. CRRA is also Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) recognized and offers immigration and naturalization legal services as well as citizenship preparation classes.
- Over 25 million people are registered with the United Nations as refugees world wide.
- Currently the majority of the refugees resettled by CRRA are from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Syria, and Afghanistan