As Denver reviews deportations, immigrant families are left in limbo.
By Elena Shore
Lichter of AILA. “It’s very easy for people to take advantage of the situation.” To help Denver residents avoid these scams, AILA is providing immigrants information about what the pilot program is, and what it isn’t: a path to legalization.
“What happens to the people if their case is closed? Will there be a way for them to support themselves?” asks Lichter. “Right now, this is a big open question.”
For further info: www.ColoradoImmigrant.org, Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition, 2525 W Alameda #300, Denver 80219, 303-922-3344; West Slope Office, N. Cascade Ave, #C4
Montrose, CO 81401, 970-417-6538.
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