Immigration & Refugees / Recursos: Inmigración y Refugiados
This page includes information from, and referral information for, local, state, and national organizations with which the Human Rights Office has directly worked to provide immigration- and refugee-related services. To learn how your organization can be included in our list of resources, please contact the Human Rights Office.
Local Immigrant & Refugee Services / Servicios para Inmigrantes y Refugiados
In 1988, the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) established CLINIC as a legally distinct 501(c)(3) organization to support a rapidly growing network of community-based immigration programs. The network employs roughly 1,200 BIA accredited representatives and attorneys who, in turn, serve hundreds of thousands of low-income immigrants each year. CLINIC and its affiliate agencies represent low-income immigrants without reference to their race, religion, gender, ethnic group, or other distinguishing characteristics.
Attorneys / Abogados
U.S. Government Agencies / Agencias Gubernamentales de los Estados Unidos
Foreign Missions & Consulate Contacts
Mexican Consulate in Kansas City
1617 Baltimore Avenue
Kansas City, MO 64108
Salvadoran Embassy in Washington D.C.
1400 16th Street NW, Suite 100
Washington, D.C. 20036
Honduran Embassy in Washington D.C.
3007 Tilden Street NW
Washington, D.C. 20008
(202) 996-7702; (202) 996-2604
Guatemalan Embassy in Washington D.C.
2220 R Street NW
Legislation & Policy Advocacy / Legislación y política
Defending Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Parish Toolkit
Catholic Church Assistance / Asistencia de la Iglesia Católica
Our neighbors live across the street and the country, across oceans and hemispheres. As millions of God’s children flee war, persecution and poverty, Pope Francis, Caritas Internationalis, United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Charities USA, and Catholic Relief Services invite you to share their journey by walking with them in prayer and support.
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