Our Mission

To serve as the leading immigrant integration organization in the Central Valley, dedicated to ensuring full participation of immigrants in building strong, vibrant, inclusive communities. We do this by: collaborating, mobilizing and combining the resources and talents of our allies to offer, on a large scale, high quality immigration and naturalization services; strengthening and growing the capacity of our members to serve and empower immigrant communities, and support leadership development by leveraging needed public and private sector resources; working to change the dominant discourse about immigrants and immigration; working to achieve policies which support opportunities for immigrants to pursue their dreams.

CVIIC Welcomes Supreme Court Ruling on DACA!

The Central Valley Immigrant Integration Collaborative (CVIIC) welcomes today’s Supreme Court ruling on DACA, which has blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to end the program.

At the national level, the DACA program benefits some 650,000 people who arrived to the United States as minors and underwent an exhaustive background check in order to qualify. In the Central Valley, nonprofit organizations have worked together since 2013 to assist tens of thousands of local residents with initial DACA applications and, subsequently, with renewals. CVIIC and partner organizations have organized an average of over 100 free legal services workshops per year.

Today’s decision further strengthens our resolve to continue to serve Central Valley immigrant families and to continue to develop initiatives that promote immigrant integration at the local, state and national levels.

Today, at 4 PM, CVIIC and partner organizations will hold a Facebook Live event, to be transmitted via our main Facebook page: https://facebook.com/CVIICFresno

Immigrant families seeking immigration legal assistance can consult our regional directory of nonprofit legal services providers found here: https://cviic.org/immigration-services-directory/

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Priority 1

Strengthen regional organizational capacity

Priority 2

Delivery of services to rural and urban communities

Priority 3

Immigrant community outreach and education

Priority 4

Advocacy at local, state and federal levels

Central Valley Immigration Data (2009-2011) (Thousands)

Immigrant Population
890,335
Naturalized Immigrants in Region
298,460
Non-Citizen Documented
260,291
Non-Citizen Undocumented
331,584

Our Funders

CVIIC is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization.
The work of CVIIC is made possible thanks to the generous support of our funders.

  • An Anonymous Donor
  • California Immigrant Policy Center
  • DriveCA Coalition
  • Grove Foundation
  • Having Our Say/CPEHN
  • Latino Community Foundation
  • NALEO Educational Fund
  • New Americans Campaign
  • Ready California
  • Saint Louis Community Foundation
  • Sunlight Foundation
  • The California Endowment
  • The Rosenberg Foundation
  • The San Joaquin Valley Health Fund
  • Werner-Kohnstamm Family Giving Fund