Have you used FindHello?

FindHello app is a free service finder that connects immigrants, and the organizations that support them, to resources in communities nationwide. It was developed in partnership with UNHCR.

FindHello lists over 4k resources, with local partnerships increasing that number regularly. The app is available on the web or for download in English, Spanish and Arabic. It offers a searchable google map with a list of services specifically for immigrants, refugees and asylum seekers. It can be used offline too, when internet connection is not available.

FindHello - a free app to help refugees, asylum seekers and immigrants find local services.

FindHello helps recent arrivals at the border

USAHello is proud to be a member of the Border Alliance, a collaborative effort of border organizations to support arriving migrants. FindHello has been recognized as a useful tool for these organizations. As part of this collaboration, USAHello has been working closely with Casa Alitas to ensure FindHello is accessible while also helping expand the medical resources listed in key relocation states.

“The Casa Alitas Program serves migrant families who have left their home countries to escape violence and poverty. Along with providing care and short-term shelter, we help connect our clients with services in areas they are being relocated to and FindHello has been a crucial tool in supporting this effort.” – Christy Voelkel, Casa Alitas Site Lead

JOIN US for TechSoup’s demo event with FindHello!

TechSoup will be featuring FindHello at the upcoming Demo Event: Apps for Organizations Working with Refugees and Immigrants on Tuesday August 17, 2021 at 11a (PDT). REGISTER HERE to learn more about how apps are addressing the needs of our community. We will be sharing how our CSV (spreadsheet) uploader allows community partners to easily upload new resources into FindHello, ensuring our listings are current and verified.

Policy Updates & New Content

Policy Updates

  • DACA On July 16, 2021, a judge in Texas ruled that DACA was not legal. This means that new DACA applications will not be processed. Individuals who currently have DACA are highly encouraged to continue to renew. Current DACA recipients can also continue to request advance parole.

  • USCIS has announced Temporary Protected Status additions and extensions:
    • TPS Haiti registration is now open and is through Feb. 3, 2023.
    • TPS Burma registration is now open and is through November 25, 2022.
    • TPS Somalia registration is through March 17, 2023.
    • TPS Syria registration is through September 30, 2022.
    • TPS Venezuela registration is through September 9, 2022.
    • TPS Yemen registration is through March 3, 2023.

New Content

  • Family Immigration Learn more about family reunification, the categories of family petitions, which family members you can petition, availability of immigrant visas, the family petition process and more.

  • USCIS Fees How to calculate and pay USCIS fees, use the USCIS Fee Calculator and tips to prevent mistakes when filing your forms.

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