U.S. immigration is all about categories. Screening people to see if they fit into one of the categories can be challenging. For refugees, most naturally think about the “refugee” category. The U.S. accepts about 80,000 refugees per year from different countries. We will discuss that process, but our main goal is to draw attention to other immigration categories that might apply to refugees in camps around the world. We also want to help refugees access good information to avoid wasting time, money, and hope on categories that will not work.