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National Immigration Project
Provides legal resources for a variety of topics relevant to immigrant Solo Moms such as immigration status, domestic violence, and work rights.
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Has a directory of registered, accredited immigration lawyers, as well as advocacy information.
National Immigrant Justice Center
Provides information about immigration policy in the US as well as two resource banks for immigration attorneys and immigrant families.
It's an organization that houses many different other organizations that help immigrants and others live better lives in their communities
The New York State Office of Refugee and Immigration Services (ORIS)
The New York State Immigration Hotline is 1-800-566-7636 or 212-419-3737.
Available to provide valuable assistance to all immigrants
El Centro Hispano
El Centro Hispano’s mission has not really changed since its beginning more than forty two years ago – to assist, support, and strengthen Hispanic families; to help them become self- sufficient; and to ease their transition into their new culture while maintaining and enriching their own.
Bridging Refugee Youth and Children’s Services
English, education to children in Champlain Valley
Chinese Professionals Association of West Virginia
Community resources for Chinese-American families
West Virginia Division of Culture and History
Cultural events and programs for immigrants of many ethnicities
International Institute of Wisconsin
Education, resettlement, citzenship
University of Wyoming Multicultural Affairs
Eduction, scholarship help for immigrant students