Shiloh In The Gleaner

One aspect of the day that proved to be very beneficial to the forum attendees was the one-on-one counseling sessions. This allowed individuals to meet privately with the representative from USCIS and lawyers from NYIC to ask personal questions and review immigration documentation. The Legal Aid Society also made themselves accessible for one-on-one sessions to address concerns of how a person’s arrest and/or criminal background could affect their immigration status.

Read full article on page 14 of The Atlantic Union Gleaner, July 2017 Issue.

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