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The Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs staff continue working both in the office and at home.

Due to our hybrid work schedule, we are unable to guarantee that someone will be in the office if you drop in.
For all inquiries, we recommend that you first call (206) 727-8515 or email oira@seattle.gov.

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El alcalde Harrell firma una orden ejecutiva para fortalecer servicios de apoyo culturalmente sensibles para víctimas y familias migrantes y refugiadas 市長 Bruce Harrell 簽署行政命令,支持為移民和難民家庭提供文化響應式的受害者和家庭支持服務 Harrell 시장, 이민자 및 난민 가족을 위해 문화적으로 적절하게 대응하는 [...]
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Sure, the COVID-19 pandemic remains, and we continue to be stuck with an outdated immigration system. But Team OIRA still had so many blessings to count during 2022. For one, our team enjoyed waking up every morning to a federal administration much [...]
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The Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs is proud to welcome Khalid Mohamed, our newest Language Service Coordinator, a position that also happens to be OIRA’s newest role. As Language Service Coordinator, Khalid works with our Language Access [...]
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Wishing you warmth, health, and joy on this, the shortest day of the year! We hope this email finds you in good spirits despite the Pacific Northwest long nights and snowier than usual season. The good news is that the days will now be getting [...]
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  On Monday, October 27, the Seattle Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA) and the Seattle Foundation hosted an intimate community event announcing all of the awardees of the $429,000 raised from the Mayors’ Concert for Ukraine [...]

Immigrant and Refugee Affairs

Hamdi Mohamed, Director
Address: 700 5th Ave, Suite 1616, Seattle, WA, 98104
Mailing Address: PO Box 94573, Seattle, WA, 98124
Phone: (206) 727-8515
oira@seattle.gov

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The mission of the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs is to improve the lives of Seattle’s immigrant and refugee communities by engaging them in decisions about the City of Seattle’s future and improving the City’s programs and services to meet the needs of all constituents.