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The Immigration & Citizenship Section contains links to trusted immigration resources and assistance for SCC Immigrants and refugees. All of these links and much more can also be found in the Resources Search page.

A Primer on Expedited Removal - FACT SHEET from American Immigration Council (AIC)
President Trump's January 25, 2017, executive order directs the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to dramatically expand the use of expedited removal. Expedited removal is a process by which low-level immigration officers can quickly deport certain non-citizens. Since 2004, immigration officials have used expedited removal to deport individuals who arrive at our border, as well as individuals who entered without authorization if they are apprehended within two weeks of arrival and within 100 miles of the Canadian or Mexican border. One of the major problems with expedited removal is that the immigration officer making the decision virtually has unchecked authority.
"Not our role": Santa Clara County cops reaffirm they won't be deportation force
3/14/17 Morgan Hill Police Chief David Swing, president of the county police chiefs' association, was joined by San Jose Chief Eddie Garcia, 10 other South Bay chiefs and District Attorney Jeff Rosen at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in East San Jose to convey a message of solidarity. The agencies of this county will not enforce federal immigration laws, Swing said. "It is not our mission nor our role & we will treat all of our residents with dignity regardless of status."
Bay Area families rush to make deportation-preparedness plans
3-21-17 Deportation planning is part of a broader strategy to empower immigrants in the same vein as know-your-rights workshops that train people what to do and what not to do, if they come into contact with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The Immigration Legal Resource Center, a San Francisco-based nonprofit, recently created a family preparedness guide that it distributes to grassroots organizations.
DACA: Current Status and Options (February 2017)
President Trump said during his campaign that he would terminate the DACA program. He has not terminated it yet, so DACA is still available and the government is still accepting and approving DACA initial and renewal applications. Nonetheless, the DACA program could be terminated at any time. Here are our latest recommendations on what to do now.
DACA: Current Status and Options (March 1, 2017) (UPDATED)
3/1/17 The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is still available and the government is still accepting and approving DACA initial and renewal applications. However, the program could be terminated at any time. As a result, the information in this document could change so always stay up to date. | Spanish
Everyone has certain basic rights, no matter who is president
11/10/16 NILC Factsheet - No matter who is president, everyone living in the U.S. has certain rights, including undocumented immigrants. If you have to deal with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) or other law enforcement officers at home, on the street, or anywhere else, remember that you have the rights described in this factsheet. The factsheet also provides suggestions for what you should do to assert your rights. Multi-language: Hyperlink | Spanish |Traditional Chinese |Simplified Chinese | Key Words: Post-Election
Helping immigrant children heal
2015 Report from the American Psychological Assoc. - Psychologists are working to help undocumented immigrant children recover from trauma and deal with the uncertainties of their lives.
How will President Trump's Executive Order affect refugees in America?
Refugee Center Online (RCO) has prepared webpages in the following languages to help explain to refugees how the Executive Order will affect them: English | Arabic | Chinese | Dari | Farsi | French | Karen | Kirundi | Kiswahili | Kurdish | Nepali | Pashto | Russian | Somali | Spanish | Turkish | Vietnamese |
ILRC Multi-language "Know Your Rights" Red Cards
All people in the US, regardless of immigration status, have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution. The Red Cards were created to help people assert their rights and defend themselves against constitutional violations. Red cards provide critical information on how to assert these rights, along with an explanation to ICE agents that the individual is indeed asserting their rights. These cards can be ordered free by non-profit service providers in English/Spanish. Also available on line in: | Spanish | Chinese | Tagalog | Arabic |
ITIN (Individual Taxpayer Identification Number) Changes
August 2016 Revisions to the ITIN program require some taxpayers to renew their ITINs beginning in October. ITINs that have not been used on a federal tax return at least once in the last 3 years will no longer be valid unless renewed. In addition, ITINs issued prior to 2013 that have been used on a federal tax return in the last three years will need to be renewed, and the IRS is putting in place a rolling renewal schedule to assist taxpayers. Key Words: Internal Revenue Service, IRS Multi-language: | Spanish | Vietnamese | Kreyol | Russian, Chinese, Korean
ITIN - The Facts about the Individual Tax Identification Number
The Individual Tax Identification Number (ITIN) is a tax processing number issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to ensure that people  including unauthorized immigrants  pay taxes even if they do not have a Social Security number and regardless of their immigration status. ITINs allow the IRS to bring in billions of dollars the federal government otherwise would have no way of collecting. This fact sheet explains what ITINs are, who has them, and the purposes for which they are used.
Immigrant Empowerment Foundation
Our Website and Social Media Strategies will begin the process of HUMANIZING the 11 Million Undocumented Workers who have been demonized. Our website and related social media platforms will be the vehicle used to share the stories of the struggles and sacrifices made by immigrants (documented & undocumented) living in America. We will educate the Undocumented Workers and friends of Undocumented workers on their legal rights and share their human video stories to the general public.Our website will give undocumented immigrants an Immigrant Americans a humanizing voice by providing a platform where they can share their unique story and message. It will also give the public access to a vast database of videos and stories that voice, we are all unique people, and we all have a story and a purpose in life. We are human beings.
Immigration 2017 - A New President and Congress - AILA Resource Page
AILA (American Immigration Lawyers' Association) has created this resource page which will have breaking news about developments in federal immigration policies and actions, summaries and analysis of Executive Orders, as well as resources and tools to help immigrants, lawyers and advocates to respond. Collaboration with American Immigration Council.
Multi-language Deportation & Detention Brochures
The San Francisco Immigrant Legal & Education Network (SFILEN) has downloadable Deportation and Detention brochures in a variety of languages. | Chinese | Spanish | Arabic | Tagalog | Key Words: Post-Election Resources
Multi-language Know Your Rights "Red Cards"
All people in the United States, regardless of immigration status, have certain rights and protections under the U.S. Constitution. The Red Cards were created to help people assert their rights and defend themselves against constitutional violations. Knowing and asserting rights can make a huge difference in many situations, such as when ICE agents go to a home. Red cards provide critical information on how to assert these rights, along with an explanation to ICE agents that the individual is indeed asserting their rights.
Oakland police pact with ICE questioned
3/17/17 ...Oakland data such as that gathered by its license-plate readers is sent to the East Bay data-sharing network ARIES, or Automated Regional Information Exchange System. That database is in turn shared with the larger Northern California Regional Intelligence Center, whose data is accessible by, as Hofer put it, all sorts of federal agencies. Maybe theyre sharing data a bit more widely than we understand. I dont know if Oakland knows, Hofer said. You can impose restrictions on sharing.
Quickguide to Child Welfare & Immigration Laws - CA
This 2016 Quickquide from the American Bar Association, offers a brief overview of law and resources for child welfare attorneys and others. In addition to highlighting how common stages to a dependency case may affect immigrant children or parents, This tool describes forms of federal immigration relief that may be unfamiliar to child welfare practitioners but are potentially critical resources for their clients. There is also a listing of California State specific laws and resources.
Quickguide to Child Welfare & Immigration Laws - Federal
This 2016 Quickquide from the American Bar Association, offers a brief overview of law and resources for child welfare attorneys and others. In addition to highlighting how common stages to a dependency case may affect immigrant children or parents, This tool describes forms of federal immigration relief that may be unfamiliar to child welfare practitioners but are potentially critical resources for their clients.
Refugee Council USA
The RCUSA is a coalition of 22 U.S.-based non-governmental organizations, is dedicated to refugee protection, welcome, and excellence in the U.S. refugee resettlement program. Post-Election Refugee Took Kit, Key Words:
SCC kicks in $3.5M for immigrant support
3/16/17 Fearing a zealous immigration crackdown by the new administration in Washington, the Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to commit millions of dollars toward boosting legal services for immigrants facing deportation proceedings. The decision comes after months of deliberation. In a unanimous vote, supervisors agreed to devote $2.9 million in county funds for hiring attorneys to represent immigrants in need of legal assistance. Another $400,000 will be spent on a "Know Your Rights" campaign to educate immigrants on legal, housing, employment, refugee and tenant rights, and $200,000 for a media campaign aimed at alerting residents about issues affecting the immigrant community.
Summary of Trump 2nd Executive Order regarding Travel from certain countries
On March 6, 2017, the President signed a new executive order
Trusted Providers of Citizenship & Immigration Legal Assistance
A listing of non-profit attorney and BIA accredited service organizations providing citizenship, immigration, and other legal assistance in Santa Clara County and Bay Area. Low cost or free assistance and Multi-language capabilities. Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, other
Trusted Service Providers for SCC Immigrants
Trusted non-profit and government organizations with resources, advocacy, information & referrals and services for immigrants in Santa Clara County and the Bay Area. Languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, other
U.S. Record Shows Refugees Are Not a Threat
10/2015 The United States has resettled 784,000 refugees since September 11, 2001. In those 14 years, exactly three resettled refugees have been arrested for planning terrorist activities and it is worth noting two were not planning an attack in the US and the plans of the third were barely credible.
USCIS Multi-language Citizenship and Immigration Information
Selected USCIS pages in Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Chamorro, Chinese, French, German, Haiti Creole, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Nepali, Palauan, Polish, Russian, Portuguese, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, Urdu, Vietnamese
Undocumented Spouses of US Citizens Are Desperately Applying for Green Cards Because of Trump
3/14/17 While all spouses of US citizens are eligible for green cards, those who have lived illegally in the country must also obtain an unlawful presence waiver. Before this year, undocumented spouses often avoided the complex waiver process since they figured they weren't at risk of deportation. But under Trump's sweeping immigration crackdown, many undocumented spouses are suddenly viewing the waiver as the only way to remain with their families.
iAmerica DACA Post-Election Update
2/1/17 But we know that President-elect Trump has promised to cancel every executive action issued by President Obama, including immigration executive actions, on his first day in office. That means that the 740,000+ people who received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) need information to make important decisions.
Self-Help Federal Credit Union
Self-Help FCU's mission is to create and protect ownership and economic opportunity for all. Providing responsible financial services; lending to individuals, small businesses and nonprofits; developing real estate; and promoting fair financial practices across California, Florida, Illinois, Citizenship Loan is an affordable way to cover the cost of the naturalization application. Avoid high-cost predatory loans, like payday loans. Spanish
The Truth About Young Immigrants and DACA by Janet Napolitano
11/30/16 NY Times - While much has been made about our incoming president possibly eliminating DACA with his own swift pen stroke, there has been scant attention paid to the careful, rational and lawful reasons for creating the program, which, especially now that its future is in doubt, merit a closer look. Key Words: Deferred Action, Dreamers
USCIS Citizenship Resource Center
USCIS Multilingual One Stop site with information for Immigrants, Teachers and Advocates.Information in English, | Arabic | Chinese | Korean | Spanish | Tagalog |Vietnamese | Part of a USCIS Public Awareness Education drive. Key Words: Multi-language, Instructor Resource, Student Resource,
Unauthorized Immigrants with Criminal Convictions: Who Might Be a Priority for Removal?
11-16 Migration Policy Report - There has been much interest and confusion in recent days regarding the number of unauthorized immigrants who could be deported because of criminal records when the Trump administration takes charge. Key Words: Undocumented, Illegal, immigration
ACLU Know Your Rights Booklet
The ACLU's Know Your Rights booklet provides effective and useful guidance in a user-friendly question and answer format. The booklet addresses what rights you have when you are stopped, questioned, arrested, or searched by law enforcement officers. This booklet is for citizens and non-citizens with extra information for non-citizens in a separate section. This free booklet is available for download in English, Spanish|, French , Arabic , Farsi , Urdu and American Sign Language video |. An older (2003) version of the booklet is available in Hindi , Punjabi , Somali . Key Words: Deaf, Hard of Hearing
Asian Law Alliance (ALA)
A community law office established in 1977 to provide individual legal assistance, community legal education, and community advocacy for the Asian Pacific American population of Santa Clara County. Legal Immigration and Citizenship services. Member of the SCC Citizenship Collaboration Multi-language: Vetnamese, Spanish, Chinese (Cantonese & Mandarin), Tagalog, and Korean.
Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County
Citizenship services provided in English and Spanish, including assessment of eligibility, application assistance, interview preparation, and referrals to English and citizenship classes at offices in San Jose and Gilroy. Catholic Charities also provides resettlement and retraining services for refugees and asylees including computer classes and ESL. Member of the SCC Citizenship Collaboration Many other free and sliding scale social programs for children, adults and seniors. | Directory of Social Services | Multi-language
Center for Employment Training (CET) Immigration Service
With the support of volunteers and collaborative partners, the Immigration and Citizenship Program is able to provide services in over 20 languages. Full-time staff speak English, Spanish, and Vietnamese. ICP offers immigration legal, citizenship, and English as a Second Language (ESL) assistance. Multi-language: Spanish, Vietnamese Key Words: Vocational Education Member of the SCC Citizenship Collaboration
Dept of Justice List of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers
The List of Pro Bono Legal Service Providers or the List (formerly known as the List of Free Legal Services Providers) is provided to individuals in immigration proceedings. The List contains information on non-profit organizations and attorneys who have committed to providing at least 50 hours per year of pro bono legal services before the immigration court location where they appear on the List.
Female Genital Mutilation or Cutting (FGM/C)
FGM/C refers to cutting and other procedures that injure female genital organs for non-medical reasons. It may be called female circumcision in some parts of the world. The practice has no health benefits and can lead to a range of serious physical and mental health problems. The U.S. government opposes FGM/C, no matter the type, degree, or severity, and no matter what the motivation for performing it. The U.S. government considers FGM/C to be a serious human rights abuse, gender-based violence, and, when done to children, a form of child abuse.| English | Amharic | Arabic | French | Swahili | Tigrinya | Somali |
IRC (International Rescue Committee)
Providing Immigration legal services, legal consultations, relative visa petitions, adjustment of status, consular processing, employment authorization, affidavit of support, removal of conditional residence, refugee travel documents, naturalization, alien registration card replacement, freedom of information act request, document authenticity, information and referral. Multi-language: French, Laotian, Persian, Thai, Vietnamese, Oromo, Somali, Amharic, Assyrian, Arabic.
SCC Office of Immigrant Relations (OIR) Newsletter - July 2016
Santa Clara County's Office of Immigration newsletter includes articles about the Supreme Court Deadlock on DAPA & DACA+, Immigrant Heritage Month in June, Improvements to CA Health Care Access, 24th Annual World Refugee Day celebration in SCC, and the SCC Reaction to New Wave of Immigration Raids
San Jose Immigration Resource Page
2015 - The recent changes to immigration policy have prompted the City of San Jose to work collaboratively with the County of Santa Clara and community based organizations to ensure that our immigrant community receives accurate and timely information about President Obama's executive order. Here you will find information about organizations equipped to serve you and a list of informational events in San Jose. Key Words: SJ OIR
Services, Immigration Rights & Education Network (SIREN)
SIREN provides free and sliding scale citizenship, legalization and advocacy services to the immigrant community in Santa Clara County, CA. General Phone (408) 453-3003. Immigrant Q&A Line: Spanish: (408) 453-3017, English & Vietnamese: (408) 453-3013 Bay Area BIA Accredited Non-Profit Member of the SCC Citizenship Collaboration
USCIS - San Jose Office
Information about the location, hours and services available at the San Jose Office of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (Replaced INS). Serves the following counties: Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Benito, and Monterey. Multi-Lingual: | Spanish |
SCC Office of Immigrant Relations (OIR) Newsletter - December 2016
Information and articles: Post Presidential Elections Update on DACA, IRS Changes to ITINs, Immigrant Demographics, Highlighting Immigrant Stories: Mehran Kamkar's Story, Impacts of Payday Loans to Immigrant Communities
Beyond Deferred Action: Long-term Immigration Remedies Every Dreamer Should Know About
April 2015. E4FC Guide to the 6 most common legal remedies for Dreamers. DACA is a temporary, discretionary program that could be changed as quickly as it was created. DREAMers should take this opportunity to consider other longer-term options, and pursue them as appropriate. And for some, especially those with minor criminal records, a solid remedy from this list may be safer than trying to get DACA. This guide is not intended as legal advice do not make decisions about which category to apply for based just on this information.
Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services: Case Status
The BCIS (Formerly INS) recently opened Case Status online letting customers with applications at a BCIS Service Center conveniently check the status of their case over the internet. As a next step in improving service customers can also call 1-800-375-5283 toll-free for automated case status assistance on Service Center filed cases.
Citizenship Works
Contains information and tools to help immigrants determine their eligibility for citizenship and understand the naturalization process.
Citizenship-A Wise Investment for Cities.pdf
This 2014 report represents the first stage in what will be an ongoing research effort by C4C (Cities for Citizenship) to analyze the social and economic benefits of increased naturalization to immigrant families and local economies. The initial assessment examines the economic benefits of naturalization for Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York, with the understanding that similar benefits are achievable in other metropolitan areas. Key Words: Immigrant integration,
Coalition Against Payday Lenders
The Coalition Against Payday Predators (CAPP) is a collaboration of community-based organizations working to limit the reckless financial practices of payday lenders in Santa Clara County. CAPP supports local payday lending controls ordinances that will stop further proliferation of payday lenders in cities in SCC and pave the way for better consumer lending alternatives. Information and Resources in English and Spanish. Key Words: Loan, credit
Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)
The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3), grassroots civil rights and advocacy group. CAIR is America's largest Islamic civil liberties group, with regional offices nationwide and in Canada. The national headquarters is located on Capitol Hill in Washington DC. Key Words: Muslim, SCC, Post-Election Resources Offices in Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Clara
DAPA Matters: The Growing Electorate Directly Affected by Executive Action on Immigration
Nov 2015 On the one year anniversary of President Obama's executive action announcement, the Center for American Progress and CSII release a new report calculating how many potential votes could be on the line for the country's political leaders when it comes to their stance on Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA). CSII provides new state-by-state projections of how many U.S. citizens (of voting age) live with unauthorized family members who would be eligible for DAPA under the president's plan we call them "DAPA-affected voters".
DMV licensed 800,000 undocumented immigrants under 2-year-old law
12/28/16 SJ Mercury News - On the day that California officials implemented a controversial law that allows undocumented residents to obtain driver's licenses, DMV offices throughout the state were packed with immigrants looking to take advantage of the opportunity. Two years later, on Jan. 1, 2015, an estimated 806,000 undocumented residents have received driver's licenses, according to Department of Motor Vehicles statistics this month.
Detained, Deceived, and Deported: Experiences of Recently Deported Central American Families
May 18,2016 Between February and May, 2016, the American Immigration Council interviewed eight individuals who were deported (or whose partners were deported) from the United States after being detained in family detention facilities, during which time they came into contact with the CARA Pro Bono Project. These women (or in two of the cases, their partners) shared their experiences both describing what has happened to them and their children since returning to their country and recounting the detention and deportation process from the United States.
Dreamers lose legal status and jobs in renewal delay
Oct 28, 2016 The temporary legal status of thousands of DACA recipients nationwide has expired due to backlogs at the federal agency that processes requests for renewal. In what appear to be the longest delays in the four-year history of the program, young professionals are losing their jobs, their incomes and their benefits.
Everything You Wanted to Know About Payday Loans but Were Afraid to Ask
10/5/16 Article by Talk Poverty/ - Payday loans are advertised as quick and easy loans that borrowers can repay when their next paycheck comes around. The interest rates are so high, often 400% and above, compared to about 16% on the average credit card that borrowers cannot afford to pay back the loan and the vast majority of loans (80%) are rolled over or followed by an additional loan within just two weeks. The result is that borrowers wind up in debt.
FACTR (Family Alliance for Counseling Tools and Resolution)
Multi-cultural service, research and training center for the benefit of intergenerational immigrant families experiencing stress in their new environment. Provides counseling, psycho- educational services and cultural awareness programs for newcomer families and their children, regarding state Laws pertaining to Child Protection, Domestic Violence, Educational, Immigration and other areas. Nominal fees for services may be charged based on income. Multi-language: Key Words: Immigrant Integration, Advocacy, Mental Health
Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC)
ILRC is a national, non-profit resource center that provides legal trainings, educational materials, and advocacy to advance immigrant rights. Iinformation for immigrants, advocates and attorneys. Areas of expertise. | Know Your Rights Red Cards available in English and Spanish. Key Words: Asylum, Citizenship, Naturalization, Crimes, DACA/DAPA, Enforcement, Family-Based, Immigrant Youth, LGBT, Removal Defense, U Visa/T Visa/VAWA, Post-Election Resources, Deferred Action for Immigrant Youth, Know Your Rights, Dream Act, , Immigration Fraud Awareness. Serving Counties of: Marin, SF, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Alameda and Contra Costa
Informed Immigrant
In the wake of the 2016 presidential election, millions of documented and undocumented immigrants face increased uncertainty around their status in the United States. Immigrant rights organizations and leaders across the country have banded together and pooled resources to help immigrants and their allies obtain the current best-known information and guidance. | Spanish |
Long odds: Defending yourself in U.S. Immigration Court
Aug 2016 The first national study on attorney representation in U.S. immigration courts was completed in 2015. The UPenn Law Review Study found that only 37% of all immigrants and 14% of detained immigrants have representation in immigration court. The odds were 15 times greater that immigrants fought their deportation cases, and 5.5 times greater that they won their cases and avoided being deported, if they had legal representation.
Mexican Consulate Immigration Reform Hotline
Jun 2013. To prevent immigration fraud, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico has developed a project called "Centro de Informacion sobre Actualidad Migratoria or CIAM", who will basically give information about the status of the immigration reform and refer the callers to the services provided locally, with information provided by every Consulate of Mexico. Information is available 24/7 (only in Spanish).
New CA law adds transparency to process of deporting inmates
9/29/16 AB 2792 stipulates that immigrants are informed of their right to refuse interviews with ICE officers while incarcerated. Enforcement agencies are required to have inmates sign written consent form before ICE interview. Communication between ICE and local law enforcement agencies now subject to public records laws.
Portrait of DACA Recipients 3 Years Later
Oct. 2015. Numerous studies have illustrated the impact DACA has had on the lives of undocumented youth. The United We Dream Network (UWD) conducted a national survey of DACA recipients to better understand the lives of undocumented youth after three-years of the program.
Report Finds Ending DACA Would Cost the Economy Billions in Tax and Turnover Costs
12-13-16 ILRCs report employed recent data from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, state-of-the-art economic models from the Center from American Progress, a comprehensive survey of over 1,000 DACA recipients, and tax law to estimate the loss of jobs and tax revenue if the DACA program were ended. The report builds upon recent estimates by the Center for American Progress, which measure the loss to GDP of ending DACA at $433.4 billion over a decade.
USCIS - Citizen and Immigration Services
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is the government agency that oversees lawful immigration to the United States. |Spanish| Multi-Lingual
USCIS Citizen-Immigration Service Ombudsman
2015. The Office of the USCIS Ombudsman is dedicated to improving the quality of citizenship and immigration services delivered to the public by providing individual case assistance, as well as making recommendations to improve the administration of immigration benefits by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Welcome to the United States - New Updated Version
Nov. 2015. USCIS has published an updated Welcome to the United States: A Guide for New Immigrants. The guide contains practical information to help new immigrants settle into everyday life in the United States, including how to find a place to live, how to get a Social Security number and how the U.S. system of government works. Available in 14 languages: | Spanish | Arabic | Chinese Traditional | Chinese Simplified | French | Haitian Creole | Korean | Portuguese | Russian | Somali | Tagalog | Urdu | Vietnamese |
New Americans Campaign (NAC)
The New Americans Campaign is a nonpartisan, national network of legal-service providers, faith-based organizations, businesses, foundations and community leaders. We are streamlining access to naturalization services, so that greater numbers of qualified permanent residents take the critical step to becoming American citizens. The campaign is focused on assisting the 8 million lawful permanent residents who already qualify for citizenship. | June 2016 Impact Report |
New American Workforce
New American Workforce works with businesses to assist their eligible immigrant employees with the citizenship process so they become full participants in the workplace, community and economy. Statistics show a direct correlation between immigrant integration and happier, more effective workers, which directly impacts business profitability. New American Workforce facilitates accessible citizenship assistance through a two-step process that targets legal permanent residents at their workplace. operational in: Los Angeles, CA, New York City area, NY San Jose area, CA, Miami, FL, Washington, D.C. area Houston, TX, San Diego, CA, Detroit, MI