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RESOURCES

The following resources are intended to help immigrants, refugees, and supporters find their way through the complex process of making the United States a refuge and home. 

A guide listing immigration-related US government websites, nongovernmental organizations, local Champaign-Urbana organizations and resources (crisis support, food and shelter aid, accessible healthcare, legal aid, citizenship instruction, etc.) »

An immigration-related transportation guide to Indianapolis, including maps, driving directions,
parking locations, and details about the USCIS office. 
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A detailed overview of the process of seeking asylum from within the US, including currently available resources. »

A guide to navigate the entering and residing in the US as a non-citizen for refugees. »

A list of English language classes and conversation groups. »

A guide to getting a driver's license in Champaign, IL. »

An overview of entering and residing in the US as a non-citizen and completing the naturalization process. Includes links to useful resources. »

A process and resource guide to TPS, VAWA, T Visas and U Visas (deferred enforcement departure, temporary protective status, visas based on the violence against women act, temporary visas, withholding of removal and relief under the convention against torture) »

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