UPDATE: October 8 — The state Department of Labor is no longer accepting applications for the New York State Excluded Workers Fund.

Queens, "The World's Borough"

Queens is the most diverse county in the United States. With almost half of our nearly 2.4 million residents born abroad, our neighborhoods are home to families that speak over 200 languages and come from nearly as many countries as those represented at the United Nations. Indeed, Queens is “the World’s Borough”, and what happens here serves as a model for the future of our great nation.  Borough President Donovan Richards Jr. sees our diversity as an asset that helps shape the priorities of his administration.

Services

Immigration Legal Service Referrals

We connect immigrants to reliable legal service providers in the borough, such as CUNY Citizenship Now!

Social Service Referrals

We partner and connect immigrants with community organizations and/or city agencies to serve the needs of the constituent in their appropriate language.

Outreach

Our team partners with organizations to conduct outreach and share information about the Immigrant Welcome Center and local programs around the borough.

Resources

Contact Information

Email: [email protected]

Phone: 718-286-0644 (Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm)

In-Person by Appointment Only*
120-55 Queens Boulevard, Room 214
Kew Gardens, NY 11424

Please email or call to make an appointment
*Due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are currently not accepting walk-ins

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