Annapolis Immigration Justice Network

Organization Description

We connect unaccompanied and separated children, families fleeing violence, and other indigent Anne Arundel County residents to immigration legal counsel and related support services. Access to immigration legal services ensures the right to due process and provides hope, stability, and long term solutions to the threats of unjust deportation and family separation.

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