Find classes for adult learners, including GED or TASC exam preparation, ESL, vocational training, and continuing education courses.
Learn how asylum seekers can get help accessing services and resources to help them integrate in New York City. Learn how to support asylum seekers.
Learn about public school programs for students who can't speak or write English well.
Make a complaint that a City Agency did not provide translation or interpretation services or make a request for additional language services.
Learn about community services for seniors, immigrants, youth, and families.
Request a translation of DOT forms, guides, and other literature in a language not currently available.
Call 911 to report a hate crime.
Make a complaint about a school of higher education.
Learn about Commission on Human Rights public programs and published materials.
Learn about the benefits of having an IDNYC card.
Get help with updating IDNYC card information or replacing a lost or damaged card.
Get information about IDNYC issues, status of an application, and their Mobile Enrollment Center.
Get information about required documents to prove identity and New York City residency when applying for IDNYC.
Learn about and apply for the New York City's IDNYC municipal identification card for people who live in one of the 5 boroughs of New York City.
Learn about services and benefits available to immigrants.
Learn about free services for immigrant business owners in multiple languages.
Learn about immigration and citizenship applications, resources, and services, including ActionNYC immigration legal help.
Learn about your rights as an immigrant and assistance in dealing with ICE.
Get a record of immigration for the years between 1820 and 1982. Get a record of naturalization (citizenship) for the years between 1800 and 1959.
Get a consumer guide that describes what an immigration service business can and cannot do.
Get a lawyer referral, free legal services, and answers to questions about the law and courts. Connect with Tenant Helpline for advice and assistance.
Learn about a new state law that allows more people to access state financial aid.
Learn about possible immigration effects of using public benefits.
Learn how noncitizens can request a statement to support a deferred action application from the Department of Consumer and Worker Protection (DCWP).