Rocky Mountain Immigrant Advocacy Network
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 409
3489 West 72nd Avenue Room/suite 211 Westminster CO 80030 USA
Rmian works to ensure justice for men and women in immigration detention and for immigrant children who have suffered from abuse, neglect, or violence.
2014 program statistics and services: rmian provided 225 "know-your-rights" presentations to 2,096 adults in immigration detention in colorado, conducted 728 individual intakes, and provided 542 individualized and in-depth follow-up sessions to detained adults in immigration detention. Rmian staff attorneys and volunteer attorneys represented 70 new detention cases, in addition to ongoing cases. Rmian's children's program represented 333 individuals and conducted 516 intakes and consultations. Rmian's children's program referred 205 cases to volunteer attorneys. Rmian provided holistic support to 45 clients through the social service project. Rmian gave 87 community presentations to over 3,255 community members
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I worked for RMIAN as a volunteer for only a few months, but they are a great organization doing important work. They give legal rights presentations to immigrants being held in the for-profit detention facility in Aurora, a service that otherwise would be denied to the detainees, as they are not guaranteed representation by the law. Most of the detainees don't speak English and don't know what's happening to them or understand their choices. RMIAN provides a wonderful service in making sure that people in this situation know their rights and options. Furthermore, RMIAN connects those with a legal right to stay in the U.S. with pro-bono lawyers who then represent them in court and help secure their right to stay in this country. It is a great organization with a dedicated and compassionate staff, and now that I no longer have the luxury of volunteering, I try to donate to them whenever my budget allows it.
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