According to reports, as part of what’s being called the largest refugee exodus since World War II, more than 100,000 Ukrainians who fled the Russian invasion of their country have been admitted into the United States, mostly in temporary statuses. 

Included are approximately 47,000 on temporary visas, including tourist visas; 30,000 under the “Uniting for Ukraine” program, which includes humanitarian parole; and 22,000 paroled in at the U.S.-Mexico border. Five hundred entered the United States via the refugee system.

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