USCRI: U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

USCRI Albany's Services

Through a wide range of direct and collaborative programs, USCRI Albany helps refugees successfully adapt to life in the United States.  USCRI Albany’s goals are to meet the immediate, basic needs of newly-arrived refugees in the Capital Region, to assist them in obtaining early employment and achieving self-sufficiency, and to nurture community integration.

For Employers
Refugees are hard-working and resilient employees.  USCRI Albany provides comprehensive employment placement and retention services to local employers.  Our Job Developers evaluate refugees’ skills and make the perfect employment match.
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For Volunteers
Volunteers welcome refugees to our community and help them build new lives by contributing their time and offering in-kind donations.
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For Refugees & Immigrants
USCRI Albany offers workshops and trainings to help refugees become independent, self-sufficient community members.
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Immigration Clinic
USCRI Albany is a BIA (Bureau of Immigration Appeals) accredited agency that provides immigration services to any eligible person in the community, whether or not they were resettled by USCRI Albany.  In most cases, USCRI Albany charges only nominal fees for immigration services.
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