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  • Orientation Workshop for Foreign-Trained Immigrants

    This event is co-sponsored by the Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship and the Department of Human Services Programs. We are working with Mass Hire and the African Bridge Network to provide Orientation Workshops for Foreign-Trained Professionals where recent skilled immigrants and refugees can connect with experts, peers, and career resources. These workshops will be hosted throughout the calendar year in Cambridge, Greater Boston, Worcester, Roxbury, Woburn, and North Shore.
  • Volunteer Attorneys Needed for Cambridge Immigration Legal Screening Clinic

    The Clinic is held virtually on the third Wednesday of every month. Callers leave a message with their information. De Novo staff screen the messages and assign callers to volunteer attorneys based on practice area and language, when possible. Volunteer attorneys then provide brief advice, screen for immigration legal needs, and refer to additional legal resources if appropriate. De Novo immigration attorneys provide supervisory support.
  • Members Sought to Serve on Cambridge Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship - deadline Oct 15 2021

    The Commission acts as a centralizing organization in Cambridge, to address immigrant rights and citizenship issues through providing information, referral, guidance, coordination and technical assistance to other public agencies and private persons, organizations and institutions engaged in activities and programs intended to support immigrant rights and citizenship.
  • Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship Vacancy - Oct 2020

    Cambridge welcomes immigrants and wants to encourage their success and access to opportunity and advancement in this country. It is a goal of this Commission to get the message of welcome out, through collaboration with organizations that already provide services and outreach to our immigrant communities.
  • Virtual Immigration Legal Screening Clinic Limited Consultations

    The City of Cambridge and De Novo are offering a Virtual Immigration Legal Screening Clinic providing limited consultations, while City and De Novo offices are closed to the public.
  • City Manager Seeks Members for Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship. Application Deadline Extended to 9-13-19

    Cambridge City Manager Louis DePasquale is seeking persons interested in serving on the Cambridge Commission on Immigrant Rights and Citizenship (CIRC).
  • Stay updated on DACA and follow Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition

    The Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Advocacy Coalition (MIRA) is working with legal services organizations throughout Massachusetts to provide up-to-date information about DACA. For more up-to-date information about DACA, look at MIRA’s DACA information page. For general information about the impacts of DACA, consult the Immigrant Legal Resource Center’s (ILRC) Community Advisory or an immigration attorney.
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