The SIRC and CCS Family Immigration Service are holding an immigrant rights presentation in Spanish in the cafeteria of Skagit Valley College on Sunday, Dec. 4 starting at 3 PM. It will also cover how to prepare an emergency plan for your family.
DACA: NWIRP has said that people eligible to apply for DACA who have not yet applied, SHOULD NOT apply! NWIRP says that if you have your DACA and your renewal date is before April 10, and you have had NO problems with the law or other issues, you may renew your DACA. Go to nwirp.org for more information.
US Supreme Court rules to prevent implementation of expanded DACA and DAPA
We do belong together...
our destinies are bound up in one anothers...
we can be human only together.
The Skagit Immigrant Rights Council provides advocacy, community
and services in Skagit County to guarantee the human rights of
immigrants and their families.
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