The Alabama Department of Labor website has information in Spanish on these topics: miscellaneous information, frequently asked questions for claims and benefits, UC phone numbers for plaintiffs, rights of benefits and responsibilities, and the AL Vantage debit card.
This site provides citizens with one source for information on government programs that provide financial help for individuals and organizations.
This site provides information on the process of becoming a citizen.
The EEOC site lists employment rights and responsibilities.
The Red Cross provides health, blood, and disaster aid.
This site attempts to clarify the January 2018 preliminary injunction.
This page has links to study materials for the naturalization test.
This is the official web search engine and directory for U.S. government resources
Healthfinder is an encyclopedia of health information provided by the National Health Information Center, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Serving the Spanish speaking communities in Alabama and Tennessee, the Latino News website includes daily news, entertainment, editorials, opinion articles, and immigration news.
Approved by the Association for Library Services to Children, a division of the American Library Association
The Spanish version of MedlinePlus contains the same extensive health information as the English version: health topics, drug information, a medical encyclopedia, news, directories, and links to other resources.
You may have to select Español at the top of the page. This is the home page of OSHA. For English-speaking employers who are working with a Spanish-speaking workforce, look at the OSHA Hispanic Outreach Quick Start.
This is the website for the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the government agency that oversees immigration.