The Wall Street Journal: Refugee Admissions to U.S. Off to Slow Start in Fiscal Year 2018

Trump refugee policies helped slow inflow to just over 5,000 in first quarter

WASHINGTON—The U.S. admitted about 5,000 refugees in the first three months of fiscal year 2018, far below similar periods in recent years, as the Trump administration implemented tougher screening and all but halted admissions from parts of the world that generate large numbers of refugees.

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