BH Fellow Amelie Vavrovsky is working to break bureaucratic barriers and make immigration more accessible for refugees, asylum seekers, and their families. Complex forms often stand in their way as they seek protection and services in a new country. But the paperwork doesn’t end there. Next up are visa applications, employment authorizations, health insurance forms, school applications, lunch subsidies and more. Unfortunately, these complex forms are often only available in the local language and are extremely difficult to understand. By building Formally – an intuitive form-filler translated into 100 languages, including Arabic and Farsi – Amelie is working to break these bureaucratic barriers and make immigration, safety, health, and education accessible for refugees and displaced people.