13 Feb

Resources for Immigrant Families

Immigration Resources

Recursos para familias inmigrantes

With changes to immigration policy and news of increased ICE activity in the New York area, LSA is responding to heightened anxiety and increased questions among the families we serve.

Anyone with immigration questions or in need of free immigration legal help can contact our Immigration Outreach Organizer, Pura Cruz.   Call: 646-672-5200 during business hours, or send an email.

Con los cambios en la política de inmigración y las noticias sobre el aumento de la actividad de ICE en el área de Nueva York, LSA responde a la creciente ansiedad ya las preguntas entre las familias a las que servimos.

Cualquier persona que tenga preguntas sobre inmigración o que necesite ayuda legal de inmigración gratuita puede comunicarse con Pura Cruz al 646-672-5200 durante el horario comercial, o envíe un correo electrónico.

Resources / Recursos:

New York Immigration Hotline/Linea telefonica sobre inmigracion de Nueva York:  1-800-566-7636 or 1-212-419-3737 – Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York.  The New York Immigration hotline number can be given to anyone who needs confidential information on immigration matters. Information is available in 18 languages.   Todas las llamadas son anónimas y las conversaciones son confidenciales. La Línea Telefónica sobre Inmigración de Nueva York es un proyecto de Caridades Católicas Servicios de Inmigración y Refugiados de la Arquidiócesis de Nueva York.

Hotline for immigrant communities affected by recent ICE raids/Hotline para ayudar a las comunidades de inmigrantes afectadas por recientes incursiones de ICE: 844-955-3425 – Legal Aid Society

“Know Your Rights” Tool Kit – The New York Immigration Coalition.

“What to do if ICE comes to you door/En caso de redadas ¿qué puedes hacer? flyer in English, Spanish, Korean, Chinese, and Arabic – United We Dream.

Emergency Plan in Case of the Detention or Deportation of Family Members / Plan de Emergencia en Caso de la Detención o Deportación de Familiares – Legal Aid Society

Here’s what we’re doing at LSA:

  • Offering “Know Your Rights” workshops.
  • Working with clients at risk of deportation to help them create an emergency plan.
  • Offering emotional support and creating a safe space for clients to share their concerns, including workshops for parents and children on coping with fear and stress.
  • Working with The New York Immigration Coalition, Legal Aid Society and NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, among others, so that we can share the latest information and resources with families, as well as advocate for our community.