Informed Immigrant: https://www.informedimmigrant.com
Family Preparedness Plan: https://www.ilrc.org/family-preparedness-plan
National Immigrant Law Center - Everyone Has Basic Rights: https://www.nilc.org/issues/immigration-enforcement/everyone-has-certain-basic-rights/
United We Dream: http://unitedwedream.org/
Latino Community Fund: http://www.latinocommunityfund.org/
Northwest Immigrant Rights Project: https://www.nwirp.org/news-events/events
Immigrant Legal Resource Center:
Immigrant Defense Project: http://www.immdefense.org/ice-home-and-community-arrests/
Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition: http://www.ericmembers.org/
(created to help people assert their rights)
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St. James Immigrant Assistance (formerly the St. James ESL Program) is a 501(c)(3), non-sectarian, volunteer and community-based organization that provides free English instruction and Citizenship assistance to low-income adult refugees and immigrants in Seattle and King County, Washington. Founded in 1975 with one tutor and one Vietnamese client, SJIA has grown to serve clients from 37 countries in all parts of the world. In 2011-2012, along with our 83 volunteers, we served 481 immigrants and refugees in King County.
Marcia Ditter / Tom FitzMacken / Marina Furtado / Jane Herrmann / Meghan Kelly-Stallings / Barbara Marcouiller / Joyce Mork-O'Brien / Surab Vadachkoria / Joe Varano
"While we do not support illegal immigration we are committed to helping all persons in need regardless of their legal status...Our goal as a community of disciples is comprehensive immigration reform to provide legal pathways for family reunification, guest workers and those seeking citizenship.
We will reach out to all persons in need, including immigrants, regardless of their legal status.
This is nothing new. The Archdiocese of Seattle has a consistent and longstanding commitment to justice based on our belief in the dignity of all persons."-- Archbishop Brunett