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What we’re all about

We create opportunities for refugees and immigrants to succeed through resettlement, education, career advancement and pathways to citizenship.

Our Vision

Refugees and immigrants are able to realize their dreams and contribute
to New England’s growth and prosperity.

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Boston, MA

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Lowell, MA

How we work

Refugee Resettlement

Services For New Americans

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510, 2021

Lift Kids Out of Deep Poverty Act would help refugee families in “deep poverty”

Lift Kids Out of Deep Poverty, a set of bills being introduced by Representative Marjorie Decker and Senator Sal DiDomenico, would provide financial assistance to Massachusetts families with children living in poverty. The bills are targeted at families who are below 50% of the federal poverty level, or $915 a month for a family of three, and would increase financial assistance rates by 20% a year until families reach 50% of [...]

110, 2021

Afghan evacuees approved for federal refugee benefits

The International Institute of New England (IINE) is pleased with the passage of the Continuing Resolution on Thursday, September 30, 2021 authorizing Afghan humanitarian parolees to receive refugee resettlement benefits. These much-needed benefits will include reception and placement services, and access to healthcare, food stamps, and limited cash assistance. This is promising news, and will ensure that Afghans coming to Massachusetts and New Hampshire in the coming days and weeks [...]

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