Cincinnati compiles ideas on attracting immigrants

Cincinnati officials say they're ready to make the city more welcoming to immigrants in coming years.

Among the goals outlined in a report compiled by a Task Force on Immigration formed last year by Mayor John Cranley:


  • Creating a center for new Cincinnatians that helps connect immigrants to services and other residents.
  • Launching a training program to help companies recruit international job candidates.
  • Training police officers in cultural sensitivity.
  • Providing immigrants with financial literacy training to help them navigate money management and home buying.
  • Marketing Cincinnati as an ideal location for manufacturing.


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