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Located in Chinatown, New York City, the Indochina Sino-American Community Center was established in 1990. It was incorporated and granted tax-exempt status 501(c)(3) by the Internal Revenue Service in 1992. The Department of Taxation and Finance of the State of New York issued an Exempt Organization Certificate in the following year. In October 2003, the Center purchased and moved into our present site. Read more
Indochina Sino-American Community Center (ISACC) is offering a special DACA Employment Training Program. It is free of charge.
Who will get help?
1. Those who came to United States undocumented during their childhood. They are currently at the age 16 to 32. They have lived in the U.S. for at least five years, stayed in and graduated from schools, and has served in the military. Those who are with immigration deportation order(s) may also get registered for the program without worrying about their status being exposed. It is because the project is to be taken care of by the immigration lawyers. Those who are qualified for the program can apply for legal status with legal assistance.
2. The legal immigrants who are above 31 years of age. The program will help them learn English language, computer and job-hunting skills; assist them to find jobs in order to achieve the American dream.
What help do I get?
1. The program offers professional legal service. Participants will have no worries about exposing their identity or status of immigration deportation. Those who are approved for the program can legally live and work in the United States. There is hope to those who are with a deportation order also to get legal status through re-opening of their case(s).
2. ESOL training, including resume and cover letter writing, interview skills. Three classes are available at three levels.
3. Computer training, in skills in office and businesses.
4. Assisting in job search, application, and job placement.
The classes are scheduled three hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the morning, afternoon, or evenings at three levels. Seats are limited.Read more