Immigration and Worker Center
CASE’s Immigration and Worker Center was inaugurated in 2015 to help immigrant and refugee workers participate more fully in the economic and social life of our community. Programs offered by the Center have included:
- Assistance applying for health insurance and expanded Medicaid offered through the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
- Assistance applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
- Naturalization services, including application assistance, help securing fee waivers and no-interest loans to pay the application fee, and civics and ESL classes to aid aspiring citizens in preparing for the Citizenship exam.
We look forward to expanding the number of working families served by these programs, and to expanding the Center’s offerings in coming years.
For more information about the CASE Immigration and Worker Center, or to join the center as a volunteer, contact Center Coordinator Emmanuel Gallardo.