Immigrant Rights

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Un Nuevo Camino

This four-page handout gives a condensed version of AFSC's A New Path.

It's also available in English.

A New Path (short version)

This four-page handout gives a condensed version of AFSC's A New Path.

It's also available in Spanish.

Folleto Reforma Migratoria

Iowa Dreamers lobby State Sen. Matt McCoy

Iowa Dreamers lobby State Sen. Matt McCoy

Iowa Dreamers lobby State Sen. Matt McCoy in support of in-state tuition for immigrant youth at state universities.

Folleto Reforma Migratoria

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From fear to faith: A DREAMer’s story

By Hector Salamanca

Hector is a college student, activist, and volunteer with the Iowa office of the American Friends Service Committee.

October 2012 E-Newsletter - NC Immigrant Rights Program

The October 2012 e-newsletter for the NC Immigrant Rights Program

September 2012 E-Newsletter- NC Immigrant Rights Program

The September 2012 e-newsletter of the NC Immigrant Rights Program

Changing hearts and minds in Washington, D.C.

AFSC’s tradition of bringing constituents to meet face-to-face with lawmakers is providing a beacon of hope for change within a frustrating political climate in Washington, D.C.

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals(DACA) - What You Need to Know

AFSC Immigrant Rights Program provides legal services to eligible young people. If you are interested and think you qualify for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), you will need to call our office number: 973-643-1924 to make an appointment. Prior to your appointment, you will need to fill out the Intake Form and collect all necessary documents listed under "DACA-What You Need to Know-Documents," both attached. You should check out our "DACA Document Check List" and collect as many documents as possible to bring to your appointment.

DACA - What You Need to Know

This factsheet provides information about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

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