The Trump administration has admitted the lowest number of refugees the US has accepted in decades. Here's what people go through to make it to the US.
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June 20 marks World Refugee Day, to shed a light on the millions of people worldwide who have been forced from their homes due to violence and conflict.

The United States takes in just a tiny fraction of the world's refugees, but it maintains one of the strictest, most rigorous vetting processes — and the rules have gotten much stricter in recent years.

The Trump administration slashed the "cap" on the number of refugees accepted into the US in fiscal year 2019 to 30,000, and has admitted just...

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