The US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping immigrants to the United States. Their mission is to protect the rights and address the needs of persons in forced or voluntary migration across the world, as well as supporting their transition to a dignified life. According to their website, they believe that “our American character is based on fundamental values that embrace the newcomer with equal rights and equal opportunity.” For over 110 years, they have provided much needed services to immigrants across the United States.

A major part of their work is offering legal services to immigrants. People can get help from USCRI with naturalization, asylum, work authorization, green card renewal, and much more. Their Reception and Placement Program is also at the heart of what they do. To date, they have resettled over 350,000 refugees who have come to the United States. 

In addition to these services, they also run a shelter for unaccompanied girls between the ages of 13 – 17. It is a place for girls to recover after a traumatic journey and prepare for the road ahead. While there, they also get access to legal services.

In 2017 they began their Refugee Health Service. Based out of Texas and Missouri, people receive a comprehensive medical exam after arrival in the United States. 
Robert Kurzban knows how important it is for the immigrant community to receive access to these kinds of needed services. As a financial writing expert, he currently works for the Garces Foundation, an organization founded by Jose and Beatriz Garces that provides services to the underserved immigrant population.