Immigrant Rights Commission

We guide the City on issues and policies related to immigrants who live or work in San Francisco.

Graphic image for the San Francisco Immigrant Rights Commission "A San Francisco for All" report 2024
Read our annual report

Last year, the Immigrant Rights Commission worked to expand opportunities for immigrant workers, address the needs of LGBTQIA+ immigrants, and inform conversations about improving language access in San Francisco. Read the IRC's annual report to learn more.


Recurring meetings

5:30 pm on the second Monday of each month

Meeting location

The Full Commission's regular meeting room is City Hall, Room 416. 


There are no upcoming events right now.


Our mission is to guide the Mayor and Board of Supervisors on issues and policies that impact immigrants who live or work in San Francisco. The commission consists of 15 voting members. The Board of Supervisors appoints 11 of those members. The Mayor appoints 4. At least 8 members must be immigrants to the United States. Each member of the Commission serves for a term of 2 years.


Office of Civic Engagement and Immigrant Affairs

1155 Market Street, 1st Floor
San Francisco, CA 94103
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