- Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota Intake Hours and Services – click here
- Information on the nation’s asylum offices during this time – click here
- Updates from Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) – click here
- The Resettlement Programs Office at Minnesota Department of Human Services has expanded eligibility for services to include all immigrants who had had a type of humanitarian protection status – people who are not yet citizens and have had a status of refugee, asylee, victim of trafficking, Cuban/Haitian entrant, Amerasian, or have an Afghani or Iraqi special immigrant visa – regardless of when they arrived in the United States.
Minnesota’s Resettlement Network is comprised of service providers that have various language and cultural expertise and can help people with many things like unemployment applications, applying for food or cash assistance, finding employment, applying for citizenship, connecting to resources, and providing support to families struggling with distance learning. Call to be connected to an agency that can help:
- Twin Cities metropolitan area: 612-465-0596
- Northern Minnesota: 218-512-1500
- Central Minnesota: 320-455-3001 Southern Minnesota: 507-514-0812 or 507-289-5960 (ext. 119