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News from San Jose, CA

Get the latest updates and event listings from the International Rescue Committee in San Jose, CA, and learn how you can help welcome newly arrived refugees.

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Citizenship and Immigration Program

The IRC's Immigration Department can help any immigrant population to petition to bring family members to the U.S., apply for citizenship, green cards, work authorization, travel documents, and more. 

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Weekly Immigration Consultations

Get an immigration legal consultation from IRC's Department of Justice Accredited Representatives at these walk-in immigration clinics. No appointment necessary. Clinics are available in San Jose, Oakland, Sacramento, and Turlock.

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Give a Gift Card for Giving Tuesday

IRC in San Jose invites you to Give a Gift Card for Giving Tuesday!

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GenR: Bay Area Force For Change Event

MARK YOUR CALENDARS for the GenR: Bay Area Force For Change Event! 

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Corporate Engagement Opportunities

The IRC in Northern California is pleased to provide our local and national partners with opportunities to engage directly with our programs in a meaningful way. Through volunteer events, small corporate groups work together to deliver their unique assistance and expertise directly to the IRC's refugee and asylee clients. All activities can be paired with an education session that teaches participants the basics of refugee resettlement.

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Youth Activities Volunteer

Provide childwatch services for our clients during our classes and workshops.

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Vocational English Volunteer

Help clients strengthen their English skills to help them secure their first job.

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Professional Mentor Volunteer

Provide guidance to refugees, ayslees, and immigrants to advance their careers in the United States.

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Job Club Volunteer

Work one-on-one with clients to help them obtain gainful employment.

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Donation Outreach Volunteer

Help meet donation needs for recently arrived refugees, asylees, and victims of human trafficking.

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