- Church World Service (CWS)
- Ethiopian Community Development Council (ECDC)
- Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM)
- Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS)
- International Rescue Committee (IRC)
- US Committee for Refugees and Immigrants (USCRI)
- Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services (LIRS)
- United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB)
- World Relief Corporation (WR)
But there is one candidate for governor that has done his homework and does get it. Taylor H. Haynes M.D. is running for Governor in Wyoming. Wyoming is the ONLY state that does not have a refugee racket resettlement system in place.
The Lutheran refugee service (LIRS) is pushing hard to establish this new dumping ground for the refugees they get paid per head to resettle. The current governor Matt Mead is all for it. Why? Haynes gets it and has written the following paper explaining this folly.
Somali Folly: “The Rest of the Story”
Why the Governor’s Plan for Refugee Settlement Camps in Wyoming Must Be Stopped
July 8, 2014
Our United States has immigration laws. People from around the world have prepared themselves to come to the United States by learning the language and developing marketable skills. They learn our history, our constitution, and swear allegiance to our country and our way of life. They want not only to immigrate, they want to assimilate. They patiently wait their chance at the American dream.
Gathering up large numbers of people who are refugees from war torn countries, who haven’t prepared themselves to come here, and who largely shun our culture is a travesty as it undermines our system of immigration. The refugee green card protocol is being used to legally undermine our workforce, and through the influx of alien values, it undermines our Judeo-Christian culture.
Refugees can also potentially compromise our national security. The US
Citizenship and Immigration Services implemented several policies authorized by Homeland Security that exempted over 400 refugees from terrorism-related inadmissibility grounds in 2013. 
Who then gains from this blatantly unethical practice?
For one, it is a lucrative business for refugee resettlement agencies which receive a per capita grant of $1,875 per person. Additionally, the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), a division of Health and Human Services, has over 200 grants available. In 2014, Congress allocated $1.489 billion to ORR, which equates to around $24,800 per refugee per year. 
1 “Proposed Refugee Admissions for Fiscal Year 2014 Report to the Congress,” Submitted on Behalf of the President of the United States to the Committees on the Judiciary United States Senate and United States House of Representatives, United States Department of State, United States Department of Homeland Security, United States Department of Health and Human Services.
2 Kim, Iris, “Congress allocates more funding to Office of Refugee Resettlement,” The Chronicle, January 23, 2014
The meatpacking industry, for another, is in it “whole hog” (pun intended). According to Jessica Schaid of the New Mexico State University, meat packing plants benefit from turnover in several ways:
1) keeping aggregated labor costs low;
2) preventing many workers from becoming eligible for health benefits;
3) allowing the plant to use job training funds to supplement the wages of new hires;
4) And depending on unstable workers who are less likely to become union activists. 
This is a government sponsored, job killing, cheap labor scheme where high turnover rates create a host of social welfare issues. For example, despite the claims of fair wages, refugees who are employed in the meatpacking plant in Greely Colorado are now coming to Cheyenne to seek social services.  Nearly 60% of adult refugees are on government medical assistance, 70% are receiving food stamps, 32% are in public housing, and 38% are getting cash assistance through TANF or SSI.
It is my opinion and intent that “public assistance” must be limited to United States citizens.
Somalia, Congo and other war torn countries have no formal governments such as we are accustomed to. We are living in an ever-increasing police state where too much information is gathered on U.S. citizens and there is essentially no real information on the new labor they are importing.
These refugees, and the hordes of people flooding the southern border, are a ‘soft invasion’ which left unchecked will cause us to become like other countries in the world that are mostly dependent on the government. Our government is in turn in bed with multinational corporations only interested in the cheapest labor they can get.
3 Mark A. Grey, “Immigrants, Migration and Worker Turnover at the Hog Pride Pork Packing Plant,” Human Organization 85, no.1 (1999): 17
4 Murray, Sara, “On the Killing Floor, Clues to the Impact Of Immigration on Jobs,” Wall Street Journal, August 21, 2013
The risk of imported diseases is quite real. The Association of State and Territorial Health Officials 2013 report noted that 60% of new tuberculosis (TB) cases, including 85% of multi-drug resistant (MDR) cases in the United States, occur in foreign born patients. This report also recounted that the SARS epidemic of 2003 and the H1N1 pandemic of 2009 was facilitated by people coming into the U.S.from foreign countries. 
The report went further to point out that Refugees who are resettled in virtually every state are the most vulnerable at-risk population entering the United States. This is due to the limited access to food, vaccination, and health services prior to coming to the United States. Many suffer from mental health problems often associated with traumatic experiences like war prior to their displacement. Crowding and poor sanitation in refugee camps contribute to outbreaks of polio, measles, and cholera. There is no screening for diseases like HIV with long incubation periods.
Sexual assault, rape, trafficking, polygamy, domestic violence and child marriage have all been reported in refugee camps, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Around 45% of refugees resettled in one large resettlement state in 2009 to 2011 tested positive for hepatitis A antibodies.  Thus the influx of large numbers of people in this situation poses a threat to public health and the above noted risk to our labor force and indeed our way of life.
This must be stopped at Wyoming’s border!
Taylor H. Haynes M.D.
5 Association of State and Territorial Health Officials, “Global Infectious Disease: Impact on State and Territorial Health,” 2013
6 Division of Global Migration and Quarantine, “Bhutanese Refugee Health Profile,” U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases, March 20, 2014