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Arlington County has always had the vision of being a welcoming and inclusive community where every person has the right to live, learn, work and play. We affirm Arlington County’s commitment to fostering a diverse, inclusive and welcoming community; our values of equality and equity for all residents regardless of immigration or citizenship status; and ensure the trust and confidence of residents to access services and benefits afforded to all residents without fear or concern for either their security or safety.
The role of Arlington County law enforcement is to keep our community safe, not to enforce federal immigration laws. The Arlington County Police will continue to work with residents, civic associations and others to maintain strong relationships vital to public safety. Learn more about the County’s enforcement policies.
There are many resources to learn about your rights, as well as information about the official path to Citizenship.
The following organizations assist immigrants in need of legal help and other services such as power of attorney.
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Arlington County provides support to the following organizations that provide legal aid and other services to immigrants:
Please note: This page contains links to several resources and organizations outside of Arlington County Government. The presence of these links does not imply, and should not be interpreted as endorsement, sanction, approval or authorization of these sites or their content. Arlington County Government makes no guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, concerning the content or accuracy of any material on any external website links.
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