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Ethnic Minority Resources and Immigration

Ethnic Heritage Council
305 Harrison St. #304, Seattle 98109

Umbrella agency for over 500 ethnic and cultural organizations. M-F 11am-4pm.
Verified 12/02

El Centro de la Raza
2524 16th Ave S., Seattle 98144

Civil and human rights organization with social services, cultural and community outreach, citizenship program, employment program, childcare. M-F 8:30am-5:30pm. Se habla español.
Verified 10/09

Casa Latina
317 17th Ave. S., Seattle 98144

"Centro de ayuda solidaria a los Amigos". Focused on Latino day laborers and domestic workers and their families. Immigrant rights, ESL, community organizing. Open 6 a.m. - 10:30 am Mon-Sat (closed Sundays).
Verified 10/09.

Chinese Information and Service Center
611 Lane Street, Seattle 98104

Employment, youth, family, and elderly services for all the Asian community. Services include ESL (English) classes, multilingual computer training, senior daycare and other programs for elders, crime prevention education, crime victims assistance, domestic violence services, employment-related services, family counseling. Also preschool and youth programs intended to enhance academic achievement and bicultural identity; arts classes; Mandarin Chinese language classes.
Verified 4/09

Korean Community Counseling Center
302 N. 78th St., Seattle 98103

Information and referrals. Sliding scale fee. Free parenting class. Drug and alcohol assessment. Youth program. Pro bono legal clinic. Domestic violence advocacy. No web site yet, but can email at
Verified 12/02

Seattle Indian Center
611 12th Ave S, Suite 300, Seattle 98144

Employment and many other human services.
Verified 12/09

Asian Counseling and Referral Service
720 Eighth Ave. S., Room 200, Seattle 98104
Verified 12/02

Refugee Women's Alliance (ReWA)
4008 MLK Way S., Seattle 98108

Available to any refugee or immigrant woman in need. Serves primarily women from Southeast Asia, Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and East Africa.

ESL classes for documented immigrants, with free childcare. Also citizenship preparation, other programs (see their web site).
Verified 12/02

206-723-2203 office
1-877-926-3924 hotline

1225 S Weller St, Suite 430; Seattle, WA 98103

Civil rights organization working to improve immigrants' access to citizenship. Information about the naturalization process, citizenship application assistance (N-400 forms only), legal review of applications by a volunteer attorney or accredited representative, help with questions about your immigration status.

Hotline 1-877-926-3924. Also, twice a year, they hold a "Citizenship Day" where they provide free legal help about immigration. Click for date and location of next Citizenship Day.

Hours: M-F 9am-5pm. Se habla espaņol.
Verified 09/2013

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This page last modified: March 20, 2017
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