IIB Welcomes 51 New Americans from 25 Countries!

  We welcomed 51 New Americans from 26 countries this morning while they took their citizenship oaths at the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Naturalization Ceremony in Buffalo this morning. The countries from which these new American citizens traveled are: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brazil, Burma, Canada. Colombia, Congo, Ecuador, Eritrea, Guyana, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Kenya, …
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Domestic Violence Program Internship- Survivor Support Services Department

Internship Title:  Domestic Violence Program Intern Description:  Interns work alongside advocates and assist with projects, research-based tasks, data entry, and directly assist foreign-born survivors of domestic violence and forced marriage. Hours: 16 hours per week / two 8-hour days Duration: Fall 2023 – Spring 2024 academic year Supervisor(s):  Domestic Violence Program Coordinator Skill Requirements: Ability …
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Rest in Peace, Firefighter Jason Arno

We join the community in mourning the tragic loss of firefighter, Jason Arno. Our heartfelt condolences to his family, the firefighters of Engine 2, and all of Buffalo’s bravest. His sacrifice will be remembered.  

IIB Welcomes 50 New Americans!

We were humbled and honored to have welcomed 50 New Americans from 21 countries while they took their citizenship oaths at the U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services Naturalization Ceremony in Buffalo today.             Click here for details on how we help our newest American neighbors easily integrate into the community. …
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Tuesday, February 28: UB Professor Dr. Barbara Wejnert presents at the Great Decisions Speaker Series

Access to oil and gas has long influenced the politics of individual nations and their relations with others. But as more countries move toward sustainable energy, and supply chain shortages affect the availability of oil and gas, how will this change how the United States interacts with the outside world? Dr. Barbara Wejnert, professor in …
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Black History Month: Recognizing Black Immigrants and Refugees

Wyclef Jean In honor of Black History Month, we continue to recognize the economic, cultural, political, and social contributions of influential black immigrants and refugees who’ve helped shape the vibrant tapestry of America. Today we spotlight musician and philanthropist Wyclef Jean. Musician, producer, and philanthropist Wyclef Jean is known for his music and his work …
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Immigrant Domestic Violence Advocate

JOB TITLE:                          Immigrant Domestic Violence Advocate PROGRAM:                        Survivor Support Services SUPERVISOR:                    Coordinator, Domestic Violence Services WORKING HOURS:          40 hours per week QUALIFICATIONS:            Education:   BA/BS in the social work or human services field required MS/MA in the social work or human services field preferred. Experience:        Experience (1-2 years) in providing direct human services is required. Experience …
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