Immigrant Resources


County Resources

Questions about COVID-19 resources for immigrants?

Visit our COVID-19 Immigrant Resources page where we have information applicable to immigrant communities.

General Resources

  • USAHello 
    • Provides information on types of immigration status and how to qualify, public charge, free resources for learning English, citizenship, and GED, information on finding a job, general information on adjusting to life in the U.S., and more.  Website is translated in is translated into Spanish, Arabic, Persian/Dari, Pashto, French, Vietnamese. 
    • FindHello- Use website or app to search for services such as job advice, lawyers, health care, English classes, and other services near you. 
    • Free Translation Help- Find out how to get free interpretation and translation to help you when receiving vital services.
  • Immigration Advocates Network
    • Immigo App: Learn about immigration law and civil rights, access study materials to prepare for citizenship, and connect to local nonprofit legal service providers. 
    • Immi (English) (Español): Online screening tool to help immigrants in the U.S. understand their legal options.  Also provides legal information and referrals to nonprofit legal services organizations.
  • Informed Immigrant (English) (Español)
    • Provides information for community members regarding Know Your Rights, DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), and other topics. Also provides resources for service providers and educators who deal with undocumented immigrant communities.
  • Reporting Hate Crimes & Bias Incidents
    • The Montgomery County Police Department encourages residents to report hate crimes and bias incidents targeting people based on their race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, homelessness, or disability. Reports will be investigated. Language interpretation will be provided, and the police department policy is not to inquire about immigration status.
  • #MDStopHate
    • Report hate, discrimination or bullying and receive referrals to community resources by dialing: 211.  If you feel you’ve been targeted because of personal characteristics or group membership,
      report the incident to 211 so authorities can determine if a crime was committed. 
  • For more community resources on legal topics and other information, click here