IMMIGRATION RESOURCES IN NEW JERSEY

EthnicNJ.com has added another set of resources for New Jersey communities: organizations working to protect immigrants and their rights. At a time in the United States when members of minority communities, refugees, and immigrants – our families, friends and neighbors – face an escalating risk of being targeted for harassment and discrimination, and even losing legal protections, EthnicNJ will do what we can to protect and support the most vulnerable New Jerseyans. Connecting people with information and resources to protect themselves and others is one thing EthnicNJ can do in 2017.

Click the button below for a full list of immigration resources, courtesy of EthnicNJ.com

 
 

Local Resources

ACLU of New Jersey (Newark)

“The ACLU of New Jersey works to defend liberty throughout our state. We are involved in litigation and advocacy on behalf of individuals.”

 

American Friends Service Committee (Newark)

“The Immigrant Rights Program’s successful integration of legal services, advocacy and organizing has made a dramatic difference in the lives of immigrants in New Jersey and beyond by ensuring that immigrant voices are heard in policy debates, by assisting immigrants with challenging immigration cases, and by changing the narrative about immigration issues to influence policy.”

 

Camden Center for Law and Social Justice (camden)

“[P]rovides low- cost immigration services for those unable to afford a private attorney”, “coordinates the Southern Division of the New Jersey Immigration Policy Network”.