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Minneapolis, MN 55401
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Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA)

This office advises the City on immigration issues, educates the community and administers City funding to nonprofit immigration law offices. Learn more about OIRA and its purpose.

Feature story: New changes to federal immigration policy

 

On Feb. 2, President Biden signed a new round of executive orders affecting federal immigration policy. These orders address topics such as the reunification of families separated at our nation’s southern border, commitment to an efficient and humane asylum system that satisfies our international treaty obligations and addresses the root causes of migration, a multiagency review of the impact of the public charge rule, removing obstacles to obtaining immigration status in the United States, and supporting initiatives for immigrants to seek and obtain United States citizenship.

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Director Michelle Rivero
Phone: 612-394-6018
email: [email protected]

About Director Michelle Rivero

Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Director Michelle Rivero

Michelle Rivero is the Director of the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, housed within the Neighborhood and Community Relations Department. Before starting to work for the City, Michelle was an immigration attorney for 18 years, and represented people in immigration court, USCIS proceedings and appellate immigration proceedings, including applicants for asylum, cancellation of removal, U visa, VAWA, DACA, naturalization and family based immigration. 

More information about OIRA Director Michelle Rivero in MinnPost.

The Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs is operating remotely at this time. To share resources for immigrant and refugee communities or to get information from OIRA, please contact Michelle Rivero at [email protected] or 612-394-6018.

Last updated Feb 19, 2021

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