Learners and practitioners are being impacted by the recent changes in federal and state responses to immigration and refugee programs. Below are resources and links to reputable programs: guidelines, posters and phone #’s are available at each:
Literacy Resources of RI has a comprehensive set of resources at: http://literacyresourcesri.org/advocate.html
“Know Your Rights,” from the ACLU website https://www.aclu.org/know-your-rights Link to a series of their helpful, short videos (in English and Spanish) here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MB1VEwmoEpE&index=5&list=PLwfdTKcPlB5myPEc7qSjYkJo0CzEPQX6ihttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lX_XOnesuvI&index=13&list=PLwfdTKcPlB5myPEc7qSjYkJo0CzEPQX6i
US Attorney’s Office of RI: If you or someone you know has been the victim of an immigration raid or hate crime, report it! Contact Amy Romero, RI Assistant US Attorney email@example.com
Dorcas International Institute of RI: Walk-in consultations M-F 9am-4pm at 645 Elmwood Ave, Providence on a first come first serve basis, or e-mail contact information (name, phone number and best time to call) to firstname.lastname@example.org for a free telephone consultation. Immigration appointments can also be made by calling 401-784-8600.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Providence’s services and contact info is here: https://dioceseofprovidence.org/immigration-refugee-services
Progreso Latino’s immigration, citizenship and consultation services information is available at: http://www.progresolatino.org/Immigration.html
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