Asian Association Of Utah

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Asian Association Of Utah
Asian Association Of Utah is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Salt Lake City, Utah. Displayed below is the only current social network for Asian Association Of Utah which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Asian Association Of Utah on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 67.

Contact information for Asian Association Of Utah is:
1588 S Major St
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
(801) 487-0219
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#LEARN What is the vetting process for refugees? https://www.washingtonpost.com/posteverything/wp/2017/02/01/refugees-are-already-vigorously-vetted-i-know-because-i-vetted-them/?tid=sm_tw&utm_term=.cd620e790d0f
A former immigration officer describes the long, grueling process of gaining refugee status in the United States.

Refugee & Immigrant Center- Asian Association of Utah added 7 new photos.
Thanks RubySnap for making our day sweet! Your generous cookie donation hit the spot for both RIC-AAU staff and our after-school programming. Yum! #RIC40 #RCIASP

Refugee & Immigrant Center- Asian Association of Utah added 4 new photos.
We want to thank our supporters for providing soccer field, shoes,and other gear to support our Refugee Girls Soccer team. Sara Cowley (Real Salt Lake Women Soccer team’s Coach), Amie Rosenberg (our ESL teacher), Brian Rassmussen from City Creek Charity (Break thru Soccer) for support and funding our soccer program for past four years! Jackie Skinner (Goals for Girls), Brenna McAllister (Sunnyvale after school program supervisor) and others who helped us to put this indoor activities together. The team appreciates your support!

Refugee & Immigrant Center- Asian Association of Utah added 3 new photos.
Five years ago, we opened the doors to the Sunnyvale Neighborhood Center. The center began humbly in a small apartment, but grew so much that a move into a bigger space was needed in 2014, and in 2016, an expansion added 1500 sq. ft. of extra space. #TBT

ICYMI: Last week, Abdisellam Hassen Ahmed, after facing limbo under the travel ban, was reunited with his wife and met their 2 year old daughter for the first time.
A Somali refugee who had been stuck in limbo because of President Donald Trump's refugee travel ban arrived to Utah on Friday to meet his 2-year-old daughter for the first time and make a long-awaited