Which immigrants deserve federal funding and what’s the status of immigration relief?

There’s been a lot of talk about how to fix immigration reform, but few have taken the time to address the issues that affect immigrants and their families most directly.

That’s partly because the issues are complex, and partly because of a lack of a unified message.

The latest federal government action comes from the Office of Refugee Resettlement, which will help states and localities implement the new policy.

The Trump administration will pay for the programs that the state and local governments will use to help immigrants who are eligible for assistance under the new federal law.

It will also cover certain costs of the programs.

That will give states and cities more flexibility to create their own programs, including the program that’s been proposed in Texas.

But the Trump administration has yet to announce how it will pay the full cost of the program.

The program will cover the first $15 million of the new funds, and the federal government will cover $2.5 million more for the second and third years of the funds.

It’s unclear whether the federal money will cover other costs of providing the help.

The federal government has previously spent money on programs to help immigrant families, and in the past has been more receptive to the idea of providing assistance to immigrants in need of it.

It was not immediately clear if the new program would cover immigration relief for refugees, asylum seekers, and other undocumented immigrants.

It is a relatively new program, but it’s already a major component of the federal refugee resettlement program.

That program has provided millions of refugees with temporary refuge from persecution and trauma.

It also has provided the federal governments with a number of other financial and logistical assistance to help them resettle their families.

It provides about $8 billion in direct aid to U.S. states and territories, including $2 billion in the fiscal year that ended in September.

It currently pays $3.8 billion to state and territory governments.

That money is used to cover costs for housing, food, clothing, medical care, and education.

The U.N. refugee agency has estimated that the federal funding could cover up to $7.6 billion for the first three years of assistance, and up to about $9.5 billion for each of the last two years.

That could be enough to help about 20 million people.

The $15 billion will cover costs associated with housing, transportation, medical, food and education, and it will be used to help with the provision of emergency assistance.

It includes money for housing assistance for people who are living with relatives, or who have relatives who are also living in the United States.

Some states and states will be able to apply for the federal funds through a process that will require approval from the White House.

The administration will announce the results of that process in the coming days, and some state and territorial governments are already working on their plans to apply to get federal money.

It may be too early to say whether the $15-billion money will be enough, because the federal aid will depend on how many states and their territories can make the cuts.

States and territories have until Sept. 15 to make the cut, and if they can’t do it, the federal program will continue.