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Gala2014

05/09/2014

GALA 2014!

 

 

Save the date for the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota's annual gala! We are excited to host this year's event at a new venue, Saint Paul's Union Depot, where you can expect another evening of great food, music, and company!

Please join us! You can buy your tickets here now.

Thank you to Faegre Baker Daniels, our lead sponsor. You can learn more about our wonderful sponsors by following this link.

 
Minnesota Health Care Update

Do you have questions about health insurance, MNsure, or Obamacare? Even though the March 31st deadline has passed, you or your family may still be eligible to apply for Medical Assistance or MinnestoaCare. U-visa applicants are eligible. Undocumented immigrants and DREAMers (DACAs) are not eligible.

Call us at (651) 641-1101 to make an appointment to find out if you and your family members qualify for these two assistance programs.

 
Twin Cities' New U.S. Immigration Building Lacking Bus Service

The February 10, 2014, Star Tribune reports on the planned relocation of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services field office. The article details that "hundreds of immigrants who have had an easy bus ride to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office to get green cards and visas will soon have to figure out how to get to the new federal immigration office that accidentally moved way off a bus line." Read the full article here.

You can also view John Keller's discussion with WCCO's Angela Davis here on the need for better access to public transportation to services at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

 
ILCM Helps Family Avoid Deportation

Photo credit: Jackson Forderer, MPR news

ILCM's Kathy Klos helped to stop the deportation of two clients, Simon and his son Alejandro. Simon had donated his kidney to save his son's life and the deportation would have interrupted Alejandro's anti-rejection medicine and put him in life threatening danger. ILCM would also like thank Sen. Klobuchar and her staff for their hard work to prevent this deportation. Read MPR's full coverage here.

 
ILCM Now Accepting More Deferred Action Cases

The Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota (ILCM) is now accepting more Deferred Action cases! If you would like to be screened, please call us Monday – Friday at 651-641-1011 or 1-800-223-1368.

Ahora ILCM tiene la capacidad para aceptar casos nuevos de la accion diferida. Llamenos lunes a viernes para iniciar la consulta 651-641-1011 or 1-800-223-1368.

 
News and Headlines
12/13/2013 99 Year Old, Formerly Undocumented WWII Veteran Journeys to DC to Advocate for DREAMers
11/18/2013 New MN Chamber of Commerce Study Shows Importance of Reform to MN Economy
10/05/2013 Thousands March in Minnesota to Call Congress to Pass Immigration Reform
07/23/2013 Univision Interviews ILCM's John Keller about Naturalization Process
07/19/2013 Worthington Youth Meet Guatemalan Grandparents for First Time
06/23/2013 Senate Passes Immigration Reform Bill
05/17/2013 Temporary Protected Status Extended for Salvadorans
05/06/2013 TC Daily Planet Covers ILCM’s Work Connecting DREAMers with Pro Bono Attorneys
04/29/2013 MN Prosperity (Dream) Act Passes the State Senate as Hundreds Rally for Immigration Reform
03/08/2013 ILCM congratulates AILA Award winners Irma Márquez Trapero and Juventino Meza Rodriguez
02/28/2013 Inclusive version of Violence Against Women Act passed!
01/02/2013 Secretary Napolitano Announces Final Rule to Support Family Unity During Waiver Process
12/20/2012

Jose Vargas sheds light on undocumented experiences at ILCM fundraiser

 

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