Following the recent Paris attacks, an investigation is currently underway to determine if one of the Paris attackers posed as a refugee to gain entrance through Greece. Fearing the same might happen across the Pacific, more than half of all US governors, have called on the Obama administration to stop providing asylum to Syrian refugees. But is this a legitimate concern? What is the vetting process like for refugees seeking asylum in The United States?
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Read more about Syrian refugees in the U.S.:
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