“Chicago’s vitality has been built on the strength of immigrant populations that have come to enjoy new freedoms and access new opportunities. I want to make Chicago the most immigrant-friendly city in the world and the Office of New Americans will ensure every law-abiding Chicagoan has access to the resources they need to become productive members of society and contribute to our thriving global city.” –Mayor Rahm Emanuel
The Office of New Americans (ONA) is dedicated to improving services and engaging Chicago’s global immigrant communities through enhanced collaboration with community organizations, academic institutions, and the private sector. Through the creation of the ONA, the City has affirmed and strengthened its support for immigrant communities, entrepreneurs, and businesses.
In April 2014, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the City, for the first time, was opening up nearly 23,000 City-funded internship, volunteer, and job opportunities for undocumented students, or “Dreamers.”
For more information regarding City Volunteer, Internship, and Job Opportunities please visit: Dreamer Internship and Job Opportunities
Para obtener más información acerca de estas oportunidades, por favor llame al 311 o visite la página web: Posiciones de prácticas profesionales y empleo para Dreamers
|Apr 11, 2014||Mayor Emanuel Announces Internships And Job Opportunities For DREAMer Students|
|Dec 12, 2013||Mayor Emanuel Participates In 24 Hour Fast In Solidarity With Immigration Reform Advocates Fasting On The National Mall In Washington, D.C.|
|Jul 15, 2013||Mayor Emanuel Announces Citizenship Corners and Citizenship Hubs at Chicago Public Library|
|Dec 4, 2012||Mayor Emanuel Unveils First-Ever Chicago New Americans Plan|
|Nov 27, 2012||Mayor Emanuel, Congressman Gutierrez Host Citizenship Ceremony At City Hall|
If you are looking for help with an immigration matter in the City of Chicago, there are things you should know about your rights as a consumer.