Many of our neighbors are forced to appear at regular check-ins at Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and sub-contractor offices during the process of their immigration case. Accompanying individuals in solidarity to these check-ins can be a successful tool to protect against the threat of deportation and can offer a space of community and comfort during traumatic times.
IFCLA has over 100 volunteers currently trained, and we are in need of more. Specifically, if you identify as clergy and/or are bilingual and could serve as an interpreter, we would love you to get involved!
You do not need to speak Spanish to participate. Attending a training does not obligate you to participate in the program. So please, join us!