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Immigrant Integration Task Force
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On November 25, 2013, Charlotte City Council adopted a resolution to create an inter-agency Immigrant Integration Task Force to maximize immigrants’ economic and civic contributions to the city of Charlotte.

In 2014, the 29-member task force will review the recommendations of the 2007 Mayor’s Immigration Study Commission; research and recommend policies that facilitate access to city services for all residents of Charlotte, while addressing gaps in civic engagement; prepare a report with recommendations to the City Council that promotes awareness among the public of the availability of existing programs and services facilitating immigrant integration; and seek opportunities to better educate the Charlotte community on how embracing immigrant communities will help move the city forward.

​All Task Force meetings will be open to the public. Additionally, the Task Force will create several opportunities to engage the public in open discussion.

Next Steps:

April 24, 3:00pm  RSVP

Third meeting of the Task Force
Room 267, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center
600 East 4th Street, Charlotte, NC 28202

  • Meetings will be held the fourth Thursday of every month for one year.
  • Public Community Listening Sessions will be posted on this page and held throughout the Spring of 2014.



Meeting Minutes & Presentations*




 *Copies of Presentations will be uploaded following each meeting. Minutes will be uploaded following the meeting at which they are approved.

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