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GEORGIA'S POPULATION BY RACE/ETHNICITY (U.S. CENSUS BUREAU - 2010)

ICM CHILDREN'S ISSUES AND ADVOCACY FORUM ON "IMMIGRATION & ADVOCACY" - INFORMATION SHEET  This document contains access to information provided at the forum and additional information from agencies that specialize in immigration issues.  

DEFERRED ACTION INITIATIVE by the Obama Administration for unauthorized youth brought to the U.S. as children  - from the Immigration Policy Center.

U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION SERVICES 

--  Are you a Citizenship Education Teacher or Program Director?  Explore our newest guide designed to help you build an effective citizenship curriculum for your students!   Guide to the Adult Citizenship Education Content Standards and Foundation Skills: A Framework for Developing a Comprehensive Curriculum

 

--  Are you a Citizenship Educator or Volunteer?  Explore our newest guide designed to help you teach the basic knowledge students need to understand on Form N-400, Application for Naturalization!  Understanding Key Concepts Found in Form N-400, Application for Naturalization: A Guide for Adult Citizenship Teachers


 
GEORGIA APPLESEED'S “Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation:  A Guide for Practitioners Assisting Immigrant Families.”  This manual guides volunteer lawyers and non-lawyer practitioners through important financial and family rights threatened by the deportation process, including final paychecks, bank accounts, car and home ownership, government benefits, child custody and others. "Protecting Assets" provides easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions to help immigrants protect their financial assets and family relationships.
 

SAPELO FOUNDATION RELEASES REPORT:  IMPACT OF IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT ON LATINO CHILDREN IN GEORGIA
  • Troubling first hand accounts and interviews with parents and children negatively impacted by 287(g) immigration laws in Gwinnett and Cobb Counties highlighted.
  • Domestic violence also a serious problem as women and their children are scared to report abuses and seek help from law enforcement for fear of deportation.
  • Report details suggestions for local immigration enforcement and child welfare policy reform recommendations.
  • Report urges our nation’s policymakers and leaders to enact comprehensive immigration reform in light of report’s findings.
 

The mission of Refugee Family Services is to support the efforts of refugee women and children to achieve self-sufficiency in the United States by providing education and economic opportunity.
 
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