Real Immigration Help & IRTC
The Immigrants Responding to Crisis (IRTC) initiative plays a crucial role in assisting residents in obtaining essential support during various crises and emergencies, whether they be natural or otherwise. Established in 2007, IRTC primarily consists of dedicated volunteers and frequently collaborates with officials from the Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) and the NYPD. The initiative’s focus extends beyond emergency response, as it organizes immigration seminars and facilitates access to financial, legal, housing, and other resources for community residents, a significant number of whom are undocumented immigrants. IRTC’s ultimate goal is to furnish necessary resources and ensure that every resident, regardless of immigration status, is well-informed about their rights and fully empowered to make decisions that enable them to lead honorable lives as Americans.
Real Immigration Help - conducts Immigration Seminars to bring information directly to the community from USCIS and ICE, forging strong relationships with these two agencies to provide vital immigration information
We also provide free immigration help to the community in partnership with immigration lawyer Ms. Caroline Stephenson. Every Friday between the hours of 10am and 5pm, you can come and discuss your issues and receive help in handling your immigration needs.