Legal Nonprofit Advocates for Immigrants: Setting Priorities, Tackling Complex Cases
Portland-based Immigrant Legal Advocacy Project, founded in 1993 and headed by executive director Susan Roche, is featured . The organization assists around 2000 immigrants annually in intake/referral, attorney consultations, citizen workshops, pro se immigration application assistance, and brief interventions as will as advocating for regulatory/statutory reforms. A text box describing who Maine's immigrants are is presented as well as well as the challenges business immigration law is facing today. [images]
Legal assistance to refugees, Immigrants, Social work with immigrants
Schreiber, Laurie, "Legal Nonprofit Advocates for Immigrants: Setting Priorities, Tackling Complex Cases" (2016). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 6847.
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