July 21, 2017

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400 Years of the Vincentian Charism -

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Friday, May 26, 2017

2 Mental Health Workshops -

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

“I’m Adopted.” -

Friday, March 24, 2017

Join Us at the “Faith Not Fear Summit” -

Thursday, March 23, 2017

Know Your Rights

You have rights, regardless of your immigration status. You may be at risk of being deported if you are undocumented, if you are a non-citizen with a criminal history, if you are on parole or have
a prior deportation order. To protect yourself, your family and your community you must know your rights.

Click here for an informative video.

Clique aquí para ver un video.

This guide contains:
• What you need to know and what to do when encountering immigration agents, the police or FBI in different places
• Information about how to read a warrant
• Twelve things for you and your family to remember in any situation
• Your Emergency Planning Checklist
• Your Emergency Contact Information Sheet
• Your plan for what to do if a loved one calls you from an immigration detention center or police station
• Your Workplace Planning Checklist

Clique aquí para su copia de “CONOZCA SUS DERECHOS: Guía sobre sus derechos en relación a contacto con oficiales de inmigración o la policía.”

Click here to download your copy of “KNOW YOUR RIGHTS: A Guide to Your Rights When Interacting with Law Enforcement.”

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