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Office of Immigrant & Refugee Affairs Resources

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Video: Making ABQ Home

Video: How to connect to the City's WiFi hotspots

Cómo conectarse al wifi de la ciudad

Resources

Know Your Rights / Conozca Sus Derechos

Independientemente de su estatus migratorio, usted tiene derechos garantizados por la Constitución. Aprende más aquí sobre sus derechos como inmigrante y cómo expresarlos.

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Public Charge: Does this apply to me?

CARGA PÚBLICA: ¿APLICA EN MI CASO?

Important Information About Public Benefits from the NM Center for Law and Poverty

INFORMACIÓN IMPORTANTE SOBRE ASISTENCIA PÚBLICA desde el NM Center for Law and Poverty

SHOULD I KEEP MY KIDS ENROLLED IN HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROGRAMS?

¿DEBO MANTENER LA INSCRIPCIÓN DE MIS HIJOS EN LOS PROGRAMAS DE SALUD Y ALIMENTACIÓN?

Protecting Immigrant Families

NM Center on Law and Poverty

Aid for Asylum Seekers

Albuquerque is preparing to receive asylum seekers from the U.S. southern border.

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Aid for Afghan Refugees

Albuquerque is preparing to receive refugees from Afghanistan.

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Partner Agencies

View a list of partner agencies with the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs.

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Programs

Rent To A Refugee Campaign

The Rent to Refugee Campaign is designed to encourage landlords and property owners to consider renting their available spaces to the refugee community.

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Information About Refugees

Refugees are people who are outside their native country of origin because of feared persecution, conflict, general violence, natural disaster, or other circumstances that have severely disturbed public order and, as a result, require international protection.

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