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Immigration

As the number of immigrants in the US continues to increase, so does the number of immigrant children entering foster care. The challenges that immigrant children and youth already face are often compounded once they enter the child welfare system. They frequently have complicated needs that can be difficult to address.

National CASA offers the following resources to help child advocates understand international issues in foster care.

Publications - National CASA

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