The Immigration Intern will work closely with the Immigration Department to serve refugees and members of the local immigrant community with immigration services. 


  • Assisting Immigration Caseworkers to complete immigration applications such as Lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card), N-400s (Citizenship), Affidavit of Relationship (AOR) and family reunification petitions
  • Completing case notes related to client case files
  • Working one on one with clients virtually to complete citizenship applications
  • Conducting follow up phone calls to clients


  • Currently enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, or law school (or recently graduated)
  • Must be available a minimum of 10-15 hours between the hours of 9am - 5pm, Monday - Friday
  • Must be available a minimum of three months
  • Fluency in Farsi, Armenian, Arabic, Russian/Ukrainian, Spanish or Tagalog required

How to apply

  1. Submit the online application (must include resume, cover letter, and top three position preferences to be considered complete)
  2. Interview
  3. Background check via HireRight
  4. Attend a general orientation and begin placement and training

Please contact Community Relations Coordinator, Carly Boos, at [email protected] if you have any questions.