Rian Immigrant Center

He succeeds Ronnie Millar, who has managed the center since 2011 The new year at the Rian Immigrant Center means a new executive director, Jacob Bombard, a Boston native who comes to Rian after four years of directing South Boston’s Laboure Center, a $5... Read more
Q. Where do things stand now? A. On Nov. 8, Massachusetts voted to ensure that all individuals who reside in Massachusetts and are eligible to apply for driver’s license can do so. Over 1.2 million voters demonstrated solidarity with the immigrant... Read more
Eoin McGing, a Letterkenny IT graduate, says that if not for the team at the Rian Immigrant Center, he may not be two months into his J-1 visa in Boston. He attributes Jude Clarke’s, Senior Manager of Learning Exchange Programs at Rian, persistence to why... Read more
The Rian Immigrant Center’s Annual Solas Celebration will be an in-person luncheon event on October 6th, and all are invited to attend and sponsor the event. Solas is the Irish word for light, and the Solas Award is presented to inspirational individuals... Read more
  Over the past few months, Rian was excited to collaborate with The Edward M. Kennedy Institute to offer a 2-part ‘Civics 2022’ virtual event series. In partnership with Irish Network Boston, attendees got to experience engaging and interactive sessions... Read more
The countdown to our Solas Awards Celebration is on! Gather your friends, family and the drink of your choice on November 9 for an hour of fun. We'll start our celebration at 6:30pm with a virtual meet & greet on Remo, a virtual celebration space. You... Read more
RIAN IMMIGRANT CENTER One State Street, 8th Fl, Boston, MA 02109 Tel. (617) 542-7654- Fax (617) 542-7655 Email: immigration@riancenter.org - Website: riancenter.org An organization accredited by the US Department of Justice Q. I mailed my application for... Read more
Q.   I’m an Irish citizen who recently gave birth to a child here in the US.  I want to get a US passport for my child before we take a trip to Ireland this summer, if that will be possible by then.  Does the child’s father need to come with me or sign... Read more
About a year ago, University of Limerick graduate James Frawley was hoping to grow his understanding of architecture by coming to the US. Needless to say, James was excited to see and explore the impressive architecture that New York is famous for,... Read more
  While honoring its Irish roots, our new name, Rian (pronounced “REE-ann”), which comes from the Irish word for a pathway through obstacles, a pathway forged when it seems there is no way forward, reflects the nonprofit organization’s mission to serve... Read more