Through the highly respected Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service and other ministries, Lutherans in the United States have long been in the lead when it comes to helping settle immigrants, refugees and asylum-seekers here. In May the U.S. government lifted COVID-era Title 42 restrictions that had allowed authorities to deny asylum-seekers. Since then, Lutheran ministries and their partners have increased their outreach. Can you or your congregation help?

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