Re-Connecting Families

Afghanistan Family Reunification – United States Department of State
This page describes different immigration options for reuniting with your family. Options are based on your citizenship, your immigration status, and how you entered the United States.
African Advocacy Network
The African Advocacy Network (AAN) is a San Francisco-based nonprofit founded in 2009 to serve the growing Diaspora of African and Afro-Caribbean immigrants. AAN provides immigration legal services, case management, and social integration services based on a unique Cultural Brokering model.
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter
American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter provides resources for emergencies including disasters to include emergency messaging, and re-connecting families separated by armed conflicts and other international crises.
International Rescue Committee – Oakland
The International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Oakland's programs are designed to ensure that you, as a refugee, thrive in America--whether ensuring your children are enrolled in school, you as an adult is become self-reliant through employment or starting businesses, or families are receiving acute medical care you need to recover from trauma or illness. If you are in need, the IRC will help you to rebuild your life and regain control of your future in your new home community.
Service Area
East Bay
International Rescue Committee – San Jose
The International Rescue Committee provides opportunities for refugees, asylees, victims of human trafficking, survivors of torture, and other immigrants to thrive in America.
Service Area
Santa Clara County
Oasis Legal Services
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Provides legal assistance with asylum, residency, naturalization, VAWA, and family petitions for LGBTQIA+ immigrant communities.
Service Area
Bay Area
Reconnecting Families Program (American Red Cross)
As the world’s largest humanitarian network, Red Cross and Red Crescent teams help reconnect families separated by international crises.
Service Area
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