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Immigrant Affairs, Office of
The Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs and Language Services promotes the interests and needs of immigrants and provides language-related services to immigrants and others with limited English language skills.
ACCESS NYC offers New York City residents the opportunity to screen for up to 35 City, state, and federal health and human service benefit programs in seven languages. You can also find out how to apply, search for office locations, and print out partially-complete applications for some of these programs.
CUNY Citizenship & Immigration Project
The City University of New York (CUNY) offers this Immigration Law and Policy website to help immigrants, foreign students, college and university administrators, and City, state, and federal officials and employees, understand US naturalization and citizenship law and procedure.
Civics and ESOL Education for Immigrants
The Dept. of Youth and Community Development provides free English language classes and prepares immigrants to pass the US Citizenship exam.
Immigrant Employment and Labor Facts
Understand your rights and the law as an employed immigrant in New York City.
Immigrant Employment Rights Project
The New York City Commission on Human Rights and the New York Immigration Coalition host an initiative to educate immigrants on Federal and City legal protections they have under the Anti-Discrimination Protections of IRCA and the New York City Human Rights Law.
Office of Immigrant Initiatives, Dept. of Youth and Community Development
The Department of Youth and Community Development contracts with community-based organizations throughout New York City to provide services and support to immigrants and their communities.
Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence
In New York City, where 36% of the population is foreign born, and over 120 different languages and dialects are spoken, immigrant women may be less likely to report abuse than non-immigrant women due to language barriers, cultural differences, and a fear of deportation if they are not legally documented to live in the US.
Immigrant Women Services
The Dept. of Youth and Community Development offers counseling services for immigrant women on health- and family-related issues, and also hosts group workshops designed to empower immigrant women to become their own advocates.
Immigrant Youth Services
The Dept. of Youth and Community Development offers a variety of services based on promoting healthy social, physical, mental, and cultural development and positive relationships.
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