Centreville Immigration Forum still has more work to do.
Despite the pandemic, the nonprofit Centreville Immigration Forum (CIF) and its Centreville Labor Resource Center (CLRC) are pressing on, as best they can.
The pavilion on South 27th Street and Shirlington Road sits empty after 20 years of serving as a meeting place for Shirlington Employment and Education Center (SEEC) workers.
Arlington's foster parent program will face major need post-pandemic.
How often does a young, single, professional person have the desire and capacity to become a foster parent? Claudia Morales of Arlington did. Nine times. Morales was officially approved in 2015 to become a foster parent, and since then she has had 9 children join her family.
Bishop Michael F. Burbidge, Catholic Diocese of Arlington, On National Migration Week (Jan. 5 – 11, 2020)
Foreign-born population attracted by government contracting and tech jobs.
Virginia’s foreign-born population is more educated and better paid, according to a new report from the Commonwealth Institute for Fiscal Analysis. The Richmond-based think tank points out more than 40 percent of immigrants in Virginia have a bachelor’s degree or higher. That’s a significantly higher level of education than the United States as a whole, and it’s even a bit higher than native-born Virginians.
Three are honored at CIF’s annual dinner.
Grant award helps assist the most vulnerable immigrants in our community.
Naturalization Ceremony: Diversity is what makes us strong.
Arlandria is home to one of the largest Salvadoran communities in the country.
Congress resumes, local protestors stand with immigrants.