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Until now everything remains the same

Remember, the new Administration begins in January 20, 2017, until then, we will not be clear what the changes will be. However, be assured that ¡HICA! and its allies are closely monitoring the situation, beginning to strategize around potential policy changes, and will remain vigilant in keeping you informed, as we are able.


What Can You Do in the Meantime?
 
 


Many of the Latino families we work with are devastated by the results of the presidential election and frightened of the uncertainty about what will come next. Be assured that ¡HICA! and its allies are closely monitoring the situation, beginning to strategize around potential policy changes, and will remain vigilant in keeping you informed.

In the meantime, we will continue to:

* Educate immigrant communities about their rights 
* Support and mobilize youth who face losing their Deferred Action protection and their ability to    go to college 
* Collaborate with allies working with marginalized communities to stand in unity against hate
* Build our capacity to advocate to elected officials and policymakers 

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Through the Safe Release Support Program (SRSP), ¡HICA! helps in the reunification process by serving an unaccompanied minor’s sponsor. The SRSP is a network of agencies around the nation that coordinate with Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) to serve unaccompanied migrant children (“minors”). ¡HICA! is the only designated Safe Release Support Site in Alabama to offer this service.


 


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117 Southcrest Drive
Birmingham, AL 35209

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