The travel agency that manages the U.S. refugee resettlement program will open up their website to offer help to refugees who want to use the website, as they’ve been told by the Trump administration.
Travel agency Sylhet, which manages programs in both Iraq and Syria, announced Thursday that they will start accepting applications for refugees under the resettlement program.
They will also begin accepting applications from refugees who have already left the U, but are still in the United States.
Sylethet said that refugees will have to pay for their travel, including a $100 processing fee, but will not have to do any paperwork.
“This is a win-win for all of us,” Sylthet President Kevin Bock said in a statement.
“It will ensure that we are taking in refugees from all over the world while also providing assistance for the many families already in our program.”
The refugee resettlement agency will be available through their website in English, French, and German, and will have an application portal in Spanish, which will be opened up to help Syrian refugees.
The announcement comes just days after the Trump Administration announced the end of a program that had helped refugees from Syria and other countries settle in the U for a number of years.
The program was meant to give them an easier path to legal status and to help them get on the legal system.
Trump and his advisers have argued that the program was designed to get people to the U and to make sure they would have jobs and would be able to stay.
In the last months, however, Trump and his administration have been working to limit that option for refugees, which has been a major point of contention with some Republicans.
The refugee program was a major sticking point in the negotiations with the Obama administration, who said it did not provide any support for refugees from countries where the U has not ratified the Refugee Convention, the U