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Save the Date

The National Immigrant Integration Conference 2014 will be co-hosted by our friends at CHIRLA in Los Angeles from December 14-16.

Mark your calendar!

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Your Immigrant Integration Community

2014 marks the seventh year of NIIC, creating a collegial space across the advocacy, policy, service, corporate, labor, and academic worlds for discussions of practical solutions for immigrant integration.

 

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Action: Help lower the naturalization fees!

You can help us work to lower the barriers to citizenship by advocating for a reduction in the naturalization fee. Help make the route to citizenship affordable for hard working immigrants.

Sign on to our letter today!

Stay tuned for NIIC 2014 updates!

Join us at NIIC 2014 – the largest gathering of immigrant integration leaders, strategizing for change.

  • Network and strategize with leaders and peer practitioners at the highest levels
  • Strategize about improving the road to full citizenship
  • Learn and promote the establishment of a National Office on Immigrant Integration
  • Stay tuned: NIIC 2014 registration begins later this year
  • Sign up to our e-mailing list & get updates about NIIC 2014
Twitter

twitterbirdNIICThe conversation has already started! Use hashtag #NIIC when posting about NIIC. And be sure to look for pre-conference activites and engagements! We want your voice to be heard!

Facebook

Check out NIIC’s Facebook for late breaking news, photos, and interactive campaigns!

Blog

The NIIC 2013 Blog is your go-to place for late breaking news and conference announcements!

📱Mobile App

NIIC has partnered with Bizzabo to provide you with an interactive app. Download today and you’ll be able to link up with other attendees and get late breaking messages..right on your phone! Click here to learn more!

About #NIIC

Stay tuned for more about NIIC 2014.

Last year’s conference was an exciting event that brought together policymakers, practitioners, refugee resettlement professionals, faith leaders, elected officials and government employees, funders, organizers, researchers, business representatives, and other stakeholders from across the country to think and learn together.

The conference was structured to provide a space for people at all different levels of experience to hear from experts in the field of immigrant integration, share best practices and promising developments, and put forward their best thinking around key topic areas and challenges.

Participants told us they come away inspired by great work happening all over the country and were ready to tackle the challenges of building a stronger democracy as we launched a new decade for immigrant integration.

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  • Join the conversation

    #NIIC only happens once per year, but the conversation is happening all year long! Join us on social media: our FacebookTwitter and Instagram channels are places where you can discuss immigrant integration, share your ideas & ask questions.

  • NIIC 2013 Thanks You!

    All of us behind NIIC 2013 in Miami give thanks to everyone who helped make our event such a huge success! Find out who.

What others say about NIIC

Barack Obama

Events like this remind us that in order to carry this legacy forward, we must continue providing those new to our shores with the support and resources they need to pursue the promise of our Nation.

Barack ObamaPresident, United States of AmericaRead the letter here
Helen Elliot

Being a citizen gives you the opportunity to do everything to become a part of the whole.

Helen ElliotAttendee, Citizenship ceremony Article, Baltimore Sun

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