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THE SAN LUIS VALLEY IMMIGRANT RESOURCE CENTER

CONNECTING & EMPOWERING IMMIGRANTS.

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Immigration Legal Assistance

Accredited as an Immigration Service Provider by the Office of Legal Access Programs and overseen by the Colorado Lawyers Committee Immigration Task Force.

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Assisting Battered Immigrants

Assisting those who would otherwise be eligible to apply for legal immigration statuses through their spouses, but whose abusive partners have refused to help them.

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Crime Victim Housing Program

Helping victims increase access to and retain safe, long-term housing and provides some of the support they need to rebuild their lives.

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Outreach Language Project

Providing english as a second language and citizenship education, immigrants are empowered to become active participants in their community.

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Celebrating 20 Years
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Who We Are

The San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center is a safe place for people to come and address immigration related questions and needs. The center provides services in an area where no other aid is available. IRC’s services are non-governmental, confidential and minimum fee based.

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Our Mission

The mission of the San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center is to connect and empower immigrants with resources to achieve legal documentation, fulfill their economic needs, and integrate into the community.

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Celebrating 20 Years!

See the recent article "SLV Immigrant Resource Center's Legacy of Hope and Service" by Pricilla Waggoner, Valley Courier Reporter

Donation Benefits

Help us make a difference

Contribute today to support the true transformation of lives and realization of dreams among people whose presence enriches the economy and cultural landscape of the San Luis Valley. Additional ways your contributions help are:

Upcoming Events

Spring into action! There's still time to purchase a Fight Hunger Bag this month at City Market. For every bag purchased, SLVIRC will receive a $1.

City Market Fight Hunger Bag Program

Purchase a Fight Hunger bag in April and May. For every bag purchased, SLVIRC will receive a $1.

Other Services

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Food Pantry

SLV Immigrant Resource Center offers a food pantry to help immigrant families.
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Drivers’ License SB-251

SLVIRC offers assistance and information on how to obtain your driver’s license.
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ITIN

Information and assistance for individuals who need to apply for an ITIN or renew their existing ITIN.
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Consular Appointments

Assistance on how to schedule consular appointments with the Guatemalan and Mexican consulates.
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Immigration News & Articles

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College Guide Series For Undocumented Students

Take a look at these helpful resources: College Success Guide College Protections Knowing Your Rights Advocacy and Support DACA and Key Legislature Financial Aid Guide Best Colleges Ranking Online College…
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Driver’s License SB-251

Senate Bill 13-251, The Colorado Road and Community Safety Act, authorizes the issuance of a Colorado driver license, instruction permit or identification card to those individuals who either cannot demonstrate…
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SLVIRC Statement on the Recent Election

The recent presidential election is of great concern to us, as it is to all of you. SLVIRC stands with the immigrant community. We will do everything in our power…
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Information on Administrative Relief (DAPA and expanded DACA)

See below for a message from Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition regarding the November 9 5th Circuit decision: "Today's 2-1 decision towards DACA/DAPA (Texas v. US) by the 5th Circuit is…

Additional Resources

Our Location

225 6th Street, Suite B
P.O. Box 1534
Alamosa, CO 81101

UPDATE: The individual has contacted our office to make arrangements to claim the passport. Thank you to everyone who shared the post! El individuo se ha puesto en contacto con nuestra oficina para hacer los arreglos necesarios para reclamar el pasaporte. ¡Gracias a todos los que compartieron la publicación!A Mexican passport was found and given to IRC staff. The name of the individual is "Bryan Estrada Alvarado." Please share this post to make the owner aware. The individual can visit the San Luis Valley Immigrant Resource Center to claim it. We are at 225 6th St, Suite B, Alamosa, CO. Se encontró un pasaporte mexicano y se lo entregó al personal del IRC. El nombre del individuo es "Bryan Estrada Alvarado". Comparta esta publicación para informar al dueño. El individuo puede visitar el Centro de Recursos para Inmigrantes del Valle de San Luis para reclamarlo. Estamos ubicado en 225 6th St, Suite B, Alamosa, CO. ... See MoreSee Less
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Project Protect Promotora Network: Promotores del Valle de San Luis está reservando espacio este domingo 19 de mayo de 10 am a 2 pm en las Oficinas de Conservación del Agua en Alamosa para ayudar a los trabajadores agrícolas y empacadores de carne que trabajaron durante el COVID-19 y no han solicitado los $600 de USDA puedan solicitarlo. Además, si no puede asistir a este evento, los promotores están disponibles para ayudarlo a completar estas solicitudes hasta finales de julio en todo el Valle de San Luis. Otros horarios y oportunidades para aplicar: Despensa comunitaria en 1619 State Ave, Alamosa Miércoles 11am a 1pmViernes 4pm a 6pmSábados de 2pm a 4pm Para solicitar citas individuales durante la semana o un evento en un lugar de trabajo, comuníquese con los promotores directamente para coordinar. Consulte el folleto para obtener información de contacto. Nuestro objetivo es asegurarnos de que todos nuestros trabajadores agrícolas, rancheros y empacadores de carne de primera línea que trabajaron durante el COVID-19 y están en el Valle de San Luis reciban este fondo y que nadie quede fuera. Informe a los agricultores, ganaderos y empacadores de carne dentro de su red que este recurso del USDA todavía está disponible en el área. ... See MoreSee Less
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