Saturday, February 15, 2014

How Arrests and Convictions Separate Families

The Immigrant Justice Network and CAMBIO are excited to share a new resource in English and Spanish for community based organizations, activists, and all those fighting for fair and just immigration reforms at the federal and local levels.

Learn, Share, Fight Back:

The Short Immigration Guide to How Arrests and Convictions Separate Families

This illustrated guide breaks down how arrests and convictions affect immigrants who have status and those who hope to get it, discusses the impact of current immigration reform proposals, and provides stories and tools for communities to fight back.

The guides can be downloaded here.

We hope this resource will be shared far and wide and be used by community based organizations, activists, and others in efforts to fight for fair and just immigration reform for all immigrants.
 
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