Many immigrants arriving in the US today have endured the unthinkable: some have fled persecution, violence, and torture; others are victims of human trafficking. Here, they face additional challenges, including a legal system devoid of compassion and difficult to navigate. Founded by the United Methodist Church (but serving all, regardless of religious beliefs), DC-MD JFON provides free legal services to low-income immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers. After an initial screening, prospective clients are assigned to a legal clinic or given targeted referrals. Each client consults individually with an attorney, who offers free advice and counsel, and retains select cases (600+ in the past three years). Helping to secure green cards and US citizenship, achieving justice for survivors of trafficking and abuse, keeping families together and safe from deportation – these services are needed more than ever. So is your support.
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