Presented by the Immigrant Justice Clinic with Support from Centronía and the DC Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
The Immigrant Justice Clinic of American University, CentroNía, and the D.C. Chapter of the AAP have joined forces to advance the rights of immigrant children and families in the area. What are the rights of undocumented children? Can a child, who is afraid to return to their native country, stay in the U.S.? Can a child, who lives with only one parent, get immigration status? What should I tell families about what will happen under the Trump administration? Where can they get more information and services?
Join us to address these and other questions relevant for those serving immigrant children and families in the DMV region.
March 7, 2017
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
1420 Columbia Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20009
Metro-accessible (Columbia Heights) or pay parking at DCUSA (entrances on Park Rd. west of 14th St. or Hiatt Place north of Irving St.)
Bilingual in English-Spanish – Refreshments Provided
Immigrant Justice Clinic Student Attorneys, Samy Dorgham, Megan Doyle, Kristin Donovan, and Rudy Castillo; and Supervising Attorney, Andrea Parra