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World Relief to Expand Refugee Resettlement Program to Eight New Locations

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(Baltimore, MD) September 1, 2023 –Today, World Relief announces a significant expansion ofits US programs that partner with local churches to serve refugees and other immigrants. By nextmonth, World Relief will have opened four new office locations as well as partnered with othermissionally-aligned organizations to begin refugee resettlement in four additional locations. “We’re excited to…

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World Relief saved my life. Now, I’m giving back.

As a nonprofit organization, we talk a lot about donations and giving back here at World Relief Baltimore Immigrant Services Office. While part of how World Relief functions is through private and public grants, we could not do what we do without people like you: people who are on the path, investing in the community…

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The Long Road to Citizenship: Prince’s Story

Our Team at World Relief Baltimore Immigrant Services Office works daily to further our clients’ paths toward naturalization. This recent story from our sister office in North Carolina inspires us as we walk along the long road to citizenship with our Baltimore neighbors. Reflecting on September as the time of year that we celebrate citizenship…

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Finding Hope in “DACA” – Interview with Jazmin

Creating belonging happens in so many ways in Baltimore and cities across the United States where World Relief has Immigration Services, like this story from our sister office in Sacramento, CA.   Jazmin grew up believing she wouldn’t have the opportunity to graduate from college and start a full-time career. When she was a junior in…

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World Relief Baltimore Unveils New Name and Status Change, Continues Commitment to Serving Immigrants in Maryland and Baltimore as a Field Office

June 3, 2021 CONTACT:Lauren 388-6734 BALTIMORE  – Today, World Relief’s Baltimore Immigration Legal Clinic revealed its new name: World Relief Baltimore Immigrant Services Office. The Legal Clinic has had a presence in Maryland since 2004 as the service arm of the home office, offering immigration legal services, but by a change in office status…

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