Resources for Immigrant New Yorkers

New Yorkers can now access the Immigrant Resource Road Map in 50 languages! Scroll below to download a copy. Please note: if you do not see your language represented, you may request for our office to translate the document by emailing

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Regardless of your immigration status, New York City is here to help. If you have questions about how to access City services, call the NYC Immigrant Affairs Hotline at 212-788-7654 from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm, or email us at This page was last updated 07/20/23.

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Immigration Legal Help

For free and safe immigration legal help, call the City's immigration legal hotline at 800-354-0365, Monday through Friday, 9AM to 6PM.

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Apply for an IDNYC, the free municipal identification card for all NYC residents ages 10 and above. Renew online or make an appointment to enroll, call 311 or visit

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English Classes

Take free English classes anytime, anywhere. Visit for more information.



NYC Health + Hospitals (H+H) can provide emergency care, basic health care, check-ups, immunizations, and more. Call 718-387-6407 to be directed to the
center nearest to you. To enroll in health insurance plans, including the NYC
Care program call, 646-NYC-CARE 646-692-2273 or visit

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Mental Health

For confidential support and connections to mental health care and substance use resources, call 888-692-9355 or 988, text WELL to 65173, or visit



In an emergency, call 911. An emergency is any situation that requires immediate assistance from the police, fire department, or ambulance. By law, the New York City Police Department cannot ask about the immigration status of crime victims, witnesses, or other people who ask for help.

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Public Education

All NYC children ages 4-21 can attend public school. To enroll, visit or call 311.

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General City Resources and Information

Need to access city resources or want to report a problem? Call 311 or visit

Regardless of your immigration status, you have rights. Click on the sections below to learn more.

Download and print a quick and easy road map of city services available in over 50 languages to all New Yorkers below. All documents are in PDF format.

Albanian | shqip
Arabic | العربية
Bosnian | Bosanski
Bengali | বাঙালি
Brazilian Portuguese | Português brasileiro
Chinese (Simplified) | 简化字
Chinese (Traditional) | 正體字
Farsi | فارسی
French | français
Fulah | Fulfulde (Fulfulde)
Garifuna | Garifuna
Georgian | ქართული ენა
German | Deutsch
Greek | Ελληνικά
Gujarati | ગુજરાતી
Haitian Creole | kreyòl ayisyen
Hebrew | עִ בְ רִ ית
Hindi | हिंदी
Igbo | Ásụ̀sụ́ Ìgbò
Italian | Italiano
Japanese | 日本語
Korean | 한국어
Kurdish | کور د ی ی سۆر ان ی
Malayalam | മലയാളം
Mandinka | Mandi'nka kango
Mixtec | Mixteco
Nahuatl | Aztec
Nepali | नेपाली
Pashto | پښتو
Polish | Polskie
Portuguese | Português
Punjabi | ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
Quechuan | Kechua
Romanian | Limba română
Russian | русский
Soninke | Soninké
Spanish | Español
Swahili | Kiswahili
Tagalog | tagalog
Tajik | Тоҷикӣ
Tamil | தமிழ்
Tibetan | བོད་ཡིག
Turkish | Türkçe
Twi | Twi (Akan)
Ukrainian | українська
Urdu | اردو
Uzbek (Cyrillic) | ўзбек тили
Uzbek (Latin) | Oʻzbekcha
Vietnamese | tiếng Việt
Wolof | Wolof
Yiddish | יידיש
Yoruba | Èdè Yorùbá