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The refugee process first let's look at it who is a refugee a refugee is someone who flees his or her country because of persecution because of violence and because of war the United States of America has the strongest vetting process in the world I will give you an insight of that process the process I went through when an individual flees his country he goes he or she goes to a nother country that country is considered the secondary country when they get into the secondary country they will have to register with the United Nations High Commission for Refugees UNHCR when they register with the UN the UN will have to obtain all the identifying biometrics the UN will get the bio-data that UN will interview them and of all the refugees that will go through that process less than 1% will come to the United States lucky me and only the strongest applicants will move forward to the various agencies of the United States government those agencies are the National Counterterrorism Center that's the first agency the refugee will go and get interview by the officials of that Center they are specific to the area all the enquiries all the interviews will be specific to that area should their booth should they pass the screening they will move to the FBI the FBI will also be very specific and they're lucky and go beyond that they go over to the Department of Homeland Security they will also do their screenings their interviews their biometrics their data whatever it is after Homeland Security they will go to the State Department the State Department will conduct their interviews and their security checks after the State Department you go back to the Homeland Security but this time you'll be interviewing with USCIS United States Immigration Services and they will interview you and go through their security checks and if you're lucky then you go through medical and it's grueling after medical you go through what we call the cultural orientation that is you're almost there you almost able to come to the United States this process can take anywhere from eighteen months to two decades after you go through the culture orientation you have a final screening to go through and prior to coming to the u.s. that final screening will go will be done will be conducted by the US Customs and Border Protection national targeting center what is that have you all heard about it yeah refugees will have to go through that after all of that I'll be honest with you with all the culture orientation and all it never prepared me for coming to Montana never did cuz I came here in February February 17 will make me 23 years here all of those the screening processes I just mentioned happen outside of the US in that secondary country that you fled to so none of it happens within here so it took me.