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The Program

The Resettlement Program

The goal of the King Resettlement Program is to assist the Christian minority groups of South Africa to resettle in the USA. The main focus is placed on the targeted and persecuted Christian minorities, due to the violence and brutality as well as the inability to seek employment currently directed towards these minority groups. 

The USCIS Definitions of an Asylum candidate:

Asylum may be granted to people who have been persecuted or fear they will be persecuted on account of race, religion, nationality, and/or membership in a particular social group or political opinion.

King Resettlement Program is operational and have begun to put support in place to assist asylum seekers legally and lawfully; and as per the requirements of the United States of America laws.

Your Responsibility

Go to “The Steps” Tab to know how to prepare and get legal. Only you can do it.

Familiarize yourself with the asylum process and laws.  The information will be found on the USCIS.gov official site. 

Read the “Expectation and Conduct”. 

Do not assume. Know the facts.

 

 

Soft Landings

The Republic of Georgia(Europe)

We have Expats in Georgia that can assist with a soft landing and guide with the processes of becoming a resident of the gorgeous Georgia. There are investment & business opportunities to build a new and prosperous future for yourself and your family. 

Here is an alternative opportunity for KRP to invest and help develop a community for South Africans as well. We will need donations and investors that want to take hands with our Expats in Georgia. This is a visa free country that offers economic growth potential, an opportunity to learn a new language and be part of a new culture and community.

Go to the “Opportunity Tab” for more information.

Canada

Canda offers special skill visas and an opportunity to build a new future for your family.

Go to the “Opportunity Tab” for more info.

USA

We are concentrating only on asylum seekers at the moment that have the ability to enter the country legally.

We are in need of Sponsors and Donations to help grow the possibilities to be able to assist better.

We are in need of acceptable accommodation to facilitate South African individuals or families the opportunity to start over and begin new lives.

We need to acquire housing in the form of:

  • Communities with homes to accommodate families/groups of 2 – 6+ members per home.
  • Housing for families on farms provided by sponsors.
  • Other Sponsors – U.S. family members or friends who are prepared and able to accommodate expats.
  • Revamped and/or abandoned towns to provide for temporary or permanent residence in different states as a long-term project. Towns can be revamped by the minorities   themselves, which have the potential to become economically thriving towns.

The housing sponsorships will be temporary for each new individual or family until self-sufficiency has been attained and in an allocated time-frame in order to make room for the next family.

The program is an assistance program and not classified as a welfare program. We heavily rely on sponsors, donations, volunteers and charity to help achieve success of this program and therefore, making it possible to help a growing number of individuals/families who are desperate for the opportunity to start over.

The majority of families will be able to keep themselves afloat financially, unfortunately, not all are as fortunate and will need assistance to support themselves until they are able to accept legal employment in the U.S. 

All individuals/families residing in the communities we are trying to establish, must contribute and support one another through the various stages of the program.

Screening Processes

Screening processes have to follow USCIS guidelines. The processing of applications will consist of an evaluation process which will determine the minority group, their education, their financial position, their family ties and social standing.

The biography, biometric & security processes will screen for criminal records, collect personal information, fingerprints and ID photos for identification clearances.

Medical screening is to determine:

  • Communicable diseases under INA § 212(a)(1)(A)(i);
  • Vaccinations under INA § 212(a)(1)(A)(ii);
  • Mental or physical disorders under INA § 212(a)(1)(A)(iii);
  • Drug addicts/abusers under INA § 212(a)(1)(A)(iv)
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