The Office of Immigrant
Relations stands with immigrants in the face the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). As
this virus enhances the stressors affecting the immigrant community, we must
remember that staying informed can keep you and your family safe. Our office
has searched, gathered, and validated services that are currently operating and
available to immigrants.
If you, a loved one, or someone
you know needs help during this crisis, please refer to our "Current Resources" page located here. Do
not let fear of your immigration status or lack thereof stop you from seeking
help. OIR reminds you that services are available for individuals of any status
or ability to pay.
OIR hopes the information below
is helpful. For specific questions, please contact our office by phone (408)
678-1430 or via email email@example.com.
Availability for some resources
may change. Please contact agency to confirm availability.
To view OIR’s most current
Last updated on: May 19, 2020
Through numerous County investments, the Office of Immigrant Relations has served as a leading resource that has helped local governments and other entities to understand the issues, needs, and contributions of immigrants. The Office has worked with local agencies on immigrant integration programs and to prepare hundreds of community members for civic engagement and cross-cultural understanding. Over 132,000 residents have benefited from the citizenship services that Santa Clara County funds through the Citizenship Collaborative.
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