April 25, 2019
By Ben Sellers
An immigration watchdog organization says the United Nations High Commission for Refugees is increasingly inserting itself into Central American migration issues—and the United States is letting it.
The research from the Immigration Reform Law Institute follows closely on the heels of an NBC News report that corrupt UNHCR officials had sold resettlement recommendations to the highest bidder in five African and Middle Eastern countries. Read the full article at Liberty Headlines.
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