Immigrants in Queens will get a chance to learn about different resources available to them later this month.
The Chinese-American Planning Council and the Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs will hold the event in Flushing next Saturday. Participants will be able to get help with housing, healthcare and educational opportunities, among other things. It’s all part of the City's Immigrant Heritage Week, which starts this Monday.
Sonia Lin, General Counsel and Policy Director for the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs says "I would love it if immigrants learn more about services and resources that can help them, help their families, help their friends and neighbors."
The fair is set to kick off at 11am on April 21st at the Chinese-American Planning Council on 41st Avenue.