States should be able to indicate whether or not they are willing to participate in a refugee program. This should be determined based of ability to provide reasonable accommodations for those seeking refugee status in the U.S. The process should be in two stages though, where the individual States cannot bring in refugees without Federal approval, and the Federal government should not be able to send refugees to any State without the State's approval. State's should vote on an annual basis, whether or not they wish to be included as a refugee destination, and in order to meet this status must provide documentation and a plan for how many refugees they are willing to house and provide support for. Federal government should vote on how many refugees will be allowed admittance every year based on the number of States that have valid applications to help refugees. The process in which who is allowed into the U.S. should be left as a Federal decision, as it may include vetting of people not deemed safe to include as refugees. So the issue should be a non-issue. If refugees are in need of a place to go, then they should have been allowed into the U.S. by Federal standards. If the State has applied to be included in list of States that wish to help refugees, and they have room for them, then they should get the new refugees. Regardless of how this vote turns out, States should be provided the decency of being told they will be getting x amount of refugees by a given date.