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IINE continues to provide remote services and distance learning classes,
and is now offering in-person services by appointment.

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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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Where we work

Boston, MA

Manchester, NH

Lowell, MA

How we work

Refugee Resettlement

Services For New Americans

Employment Support

2004, 2021

A Critical Moment

Today a jury in Minneapolis convicted a White police officer of the murder of a Black man, George Floyd. Such a verdict is a rare event in the United States. The facts were never in dispute. Derek Chauvin placed his knee on George Floyd’s neck for nine minutes and twenty-nine seconds, an excessive amount of force by any measure. Mr. Floyd’s cries of “I can’t breathe, I can’t breathe” were heard by onlookers, captured [...]

104, 2021

Refugee Resettlement: A Q&A with our Chief Program Officer

In February, President Biden announced he would expand the number of refugees admitted to the United States to 125,000 annually, with an immediate increase beginning soon. The 15,000-person cap set by the Trump administration was the lowest since the Refugee Act became law in 1980 with overwhelming bipartisan support. International Institute of New England’s Chief Program Officer, Emma Tobin, answers some questions about refugee resettlement and what the increased refugee cap means for IINE. Once [...]

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