We hope all this resources helps you move forward with your life, and benefit both your family and others around you and your entire community.
The CDC recommends the following to avoid spreading COVID-19:
- Stay home when you are sick with influenza-like illness.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water for 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
- Avoid touching your nose, mouth and eyes.
- Cover your coughs and sneezes.
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer after coughing, sneezing, or blowing your nose.
- Keep frequently touched common surfaces clean, i.e., telephones, computer equipment, etc.
- Do not use other workers’ phones, desks, office, or other work tools and equipment; if necessary, consider cleaning them first with a disinfectant
What you should know about Immigration
If you are newly arrived immigrant or a member of refugee community you will find useful information here below about settling in the U.S. and many more different topics of interest as you get integrated in the American society and culture.
This is a comprehensive guide for new immigrants, “welcome to the United States: it contains practical information to help you settle into everyday life in the United States. It also contains basic civics information that introduces you to the U.S. system of government.
We want you to know, you’re awesome and we always have your back. As Kemen, we have put together resources for you and creating valuable training material for your growth, wellness and success.
The items below explain how U.S. citizens can accomplish specific tasks through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Guides for U.S. Citizens
Guides for Permanent Resident
Guides for Non-immigrant
SPONSORING SOMEONE FOR IMMIGRATION BENEFIT
Guides for Refugees and Asylees
WHAT NEXT AFTER I FILE
NONIMMIGRANT VS. IMMIGRANT
Resources for Battered Spouse, Children and Parents
Help for battered spouse, children and parents is available from the National Domestic Violence Hotline at 1-800-799-7233 or 1-800-787-3224 (TDD). The hotline has information about shelters, mental health care, legal advice and other types of assistance, including information about filing for immigration status.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse I want you to know this:
As a battered spouse, child or parent, you may file an immigrant visa petition under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended by the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
The VAWA provisions in the INA allow certain spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and certain spouses and children of permanent residents (Green Card holders) to file a petition for themselves, without the abuser’s knowledge. This allows victims to seek both safety and independence from their abuser, who is not notified about the filing.
The VAWA provisions, which apply equally to women and men, are permanent and do not require congressional reauthorization.
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