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The Education Section contains the links to consortiums, educational resources, financial aid and information to aid Santa Clara County immigrants in continuing education. All of these links and much more can also be found in the Resources Search page.

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IMMIGRANTS: 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 ...

LEGAL: Katharine & George Alexander Community Law CenterMultilingual

COVID-19 Update:
We are continuing to educate our clinical law students and serve clients remotely. For pro bono advice and representation in: Consumer Law, Immigration Law, or Workers’ Rights, ...

LEGAL: Legal Aid at WorkMultilingual

COVID-19 Update – If you are having work-related issues due to the coronavirus, call our Work & Family helpline: 800-880-8047 or general helpline: 415-864-8848.
Multi-language: ...

RESOURCE: Bay Area Vanpool Program

Enterprise and MTC (Metropolitan Transportation Commission) connect employees who live near each other and provide them with a recent-model van or SUV. Riders commute together, saving money, freeing up time ...

RESOURCE: Center for Employment Training (CET)Multilingual

CET has open enrollment and you can start anytime, even now. One of the most successful vocational training programs in the nation, Center for Employment Training has always been a place ...

RESOURCE: San Jose City COVID-19 Resources for Employers, Workers, and Businesses

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is creating a challenging business climate in San Jose and across the country. We are providing this Directory to serve as a centralized resource for ...

RESOURCE: Santa Clara County CAN (COVID-19 Assistance Navigation Hotline)Multilingual

Leave a message on the SCC CAN Hotline 408-802-2124 and receive a call back within 24 hours with assistance to:
***Navigate safety net services like unemployment, food, ...

USCIS: Working in the United States – Eligibility and Requirements

A USCIS description of the types of work permission in the US, the eligibility and application requirements. Information for Employers & Employees about the categories:
Temporary Workers * Permanent ...

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Stop Notario Fraud Flyers – English and Spanish

See list below of Trusted Providers for free and low cost legal assistance

Trusted Providers

The following lists from the SC County Office of Immigrant Relations contain vetted organizations that are providing free and low cost services to SF Bay Area immigrants and refugees.