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8 Ways You Can Help Central American Women and Children

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CLINIC advocates for the end of the U.S. policy of detaining families who arrive in the U.S. seeking protection from crime and violence in their home countries. It also participates in the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Representation and Advocacy Project, working to provide legal representation to these families. Use our Use our new resource, "8 Ways You Can Help Central American Women and Children" to brainstorm how you and your organization can provide assistance. 

Learn more about this issue and let us know what you are doing to help end family detention at cliniclegal.org/cara. We will gather and organize your responses to help in our efforts to mobilize supporters around the nation.

Additional Resources:

By reading "8 Ways You Can Help Central American Women and Children," you will find that one way you can help is by assiting the women with change of addresses and pro se changes of venue. Here are some documents you may find useful:

Pro se change of venue information (you can get a copies of some of the forms referenced in this document from EOIR)

Biligual English/Spanish translation of pro se motion to change venue