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UndocuHustle is a meetup where the early stage undocu entrepreneurs can learn about different resources which could assist in their startup journey.
The goal is to provide a networking opportunity for the new expression of ideas and business but also give our undocumented community a place to discuss roadblocks and moving forward in a fun, friendly, inclusive environment. This group is focused in exchanging ideas with other undocu hustlers, get feedback on your idea, participate in startup workshops, and more.
The Colorado Rapid Response Network is a network of concerned and committed groups and volunteers who respond to ICE activity in our communities.
Saturday, February 29th at 10:00 pm till 2:00 pm we will train Confirmers and Legal Observers in the Denver, CO area. Join our training to become a confirmer and an officially certified National Lawyers Guild Legal Observer and learn how to defend our community.
The time is now to renew your DACA! Please help us get the word out about this urgent matter.
Renewals will begin at 11am. There will be free parking in the lot adjacent to the building (lot V) or on the street. If you are struggling to come up with the $495 for the application fee, UNC and CIRC staff will provide advice on paying for the fee.
Gun Violence Prevention and Migrant Justice in Mexico and Colorado - How We Work Together
The crisis in migration is driven by a combination of anti-migrant racism and the proliferation of guns and militarism from the United States. John Lindsay-Poland documents the legal and illegal flows of guns from the United States that are bringing devastating violence to communities and migrants in Mexico and Central America. This event will explore the trajectory of trans-border U.S. guns and policies, how Mexico is responding, and what our communities can do to stop these vectors of violence and trauma.
Park Hill United Methodist Church/Temple MicahUpstairs in the Balcony Parlor5209 Montview Blvd., Denver 80207(Enter from the parking lot on Glencoe Street)Thursday, March 5, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.AFSC volunteers offer support to undocumented immigrants by accompanying them to court appearances, ICE checkins and other appointments where they might not feel safe. The primary purpose is to offer emotional support but secondarily, it sends a message to the judge and other officials that these individuals have the support of their community.When a request…Find out more »
Two Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents are chasing Jorge, bumping his car to prevent him from reaching the Catholic church. Jorge takes a sharp right into the church parking lot. The agents slam on the breaks. ICE does not enter a church. It is a line they don't want to or can’t cross.Find out more »
MCLE March 17: 6.5 CA March 18: 4.5 CA The Immigrant Legal Resource Center is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. We will provide a Certificate of Attendance for California MCLE to anyone licensed in California and Uniform Certificate of Attendance to non-California licensed attorneys. Presenters Alison Kamhi, Supervising Attorney – Immigrant Legal Resource Center Peggy Gleason, Senior Staff Attorney - Immigrant Legal Resource Center Day 1 Outline This training will begin with an overview of the legal elements for naturalization and red flag…Find out more »