Statelessness can be a very isolating experience. Often, we choose not to tell about our predicament even to those closest to us. Because there is currently no administrative solution, stateless persons in the U.S. are more vulnerable to detention, potentially humiliating treatment by authorities, exploitation and discriminatory practices than an average person.
To protect ourselves, we often choose isolation. By reaching out and sharing your story with us, you can find support and some degree of comfort in knowing that you are not alone. The addition of your voice will help us build momentum to effect change. We are here to support you in whatever way we can. Please note: We take your privacy very seriously. If you wish to remain anonymous, let us know.
Are you stateless, think you may be, or think you know someone who may be stateless?
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Learn how statelessness is defined, how it is caused, and what the ramifications are.
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If you have any additional questions about how to get involved with United Stateless, or if you don't know how to ask those questions, we are here to figure it out with you.