Refugees have become the one of most unresolvable issues in the 20th centuries. Possible solutions are varied and adaptable according to the circumstances. In the modern world, the UNHCR offers three durable solutions; voluntary repatriation, local integration, and resettlement. resettlement as seen as the least preferable options for refugees'' phenomenon has played larger roles recently. This book examines the options that are available for refugees by highlighting that resettlement is the most effective tool for refugees'' protection by using the Karen, refugees from Myanmar who resettle in New Zealand as example.