Over 26 million people have fled violence or persecution in their home countries.

Most refugees spend decades, even generations, confined in camps, prohibited from working, or otherwise prevented from rebuilding their lives. Asylum Access was founded to change this.

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95000

Refugee clients supported through legal empowerment services

47000

refugee clients reached by global services partnerships last year

14677

Refugee clients reached by our national organizations last year

1082000

refugees positively affected through our policy change efforts

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