Migration, Refugee and Immigration Programs
The program has resettled over 6,000 refugees in the Hartford area since its inception in 1975. Linguistically and culturally appropriate comprehensive resettlement services are designed to facilitate the refugee/asylee acculturation into the United States.
The program offers employment skill development and supportive services to those refugees ready for employment. The Migration, Refugee and Immigration Services Employment unit strives to meet an employment rate of 75% within the first four months of a refugee’s arrival.
The program offers comprehensive immigration and naturalization support services. These services include application assistance with USCIS immigration forms, adjustment of status/Green Card applications, T & U Visas, passport and travel documents, replacement and renewal of documents such as 1-94 arrival/departure records, family petitions/ reunification, support services to victims of Human Trafficking and Citizenship/ Naturalization application process.
Free Citizenship/Naturalization preparatory classes and mock interviews are taught by BIA accredited representatives at multiple sites throughout the Archdiocese. Please calll for details.
A program offered through the Migration, Refugee and Immigration Services which provides wrap around clinical and case management services to individuals that have suffered from sexual and/or employment trafficking both domestically and internationally.
Director of Migration, Refugee and Immigration Services
Archdiocese of Hartford
35 Groton Street #2
Hartford, CT 06106-2702
Migration, Refugee and Immigration Services Locations
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