A recent Senate bill to block Syrian refugees from coming into the United States failed. But that doesn’t mean hoards of Syrians have entered the country since then. In fact, fewer than 3,000 Syrians have been able to resettle in the U.S. since 2011. And in light of the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, it’s been even harder for Syrian refugees to find a home in the West. We talked with a reporter who profiled one Syrian family’s difficulties in getting into the U.S.