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Mega Citizenship Workshops at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium

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99 Grove Street

The San Francisco Pathways to Citizenship Initiative will be hosting the first of several 2016 Mega Citizenship Workshops on Saturday, February 27, 2016 at the Bill Graham Auditorium.

Legal Information and Resources for Undocumented Youth

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is a part of the United States Department of Homeland Security, and runs a nationwide enforcement initiative to identify, arrest and remove undocumented immigrants with a prior order of removal, deportation or exclusion. During the course of their raids, ICE teams often encounter people without prior deportation orders and without criminal records. ICE has maintained its right to arrest and deport these people as well. But ICE agents are not just sweeping up noncitizens they encounter in the process of seeking “fugitive aliens.” This page provides an overview of the rights an immigrant (whether hereRead more

Legal Services for Children

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1254 Market St. 3rd Floor San Francisco, CA 94102

LSC’s team advocacy approach enables us to provide a wide spectrum of services. They represent children and youth in cases that include legal guardianship, dependency, school discipline, immigration, emancipation, and restraining order proceedings.

Good Samaritan Family Resource Center

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1294 Potrero Avenue. San Francisco CA, 94110

Good Samaritan comprehensively addresses the needs of low-income Latino immigrant families through a Two-Generation Strategy that involves children and their parents/caregivers

San Francisco Collaborative Court: Solutions for Ending Mass Incarceration

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400 McAllister, San Francisco CA

The San Franciscon Collaborative Courts (SFCC) work with individuals and families in the criminal justice, juvenile delinquency, and child welfare systems who are challenged by substance abuse, mental illness and other social welfare concerns.

“Know Your Rights” brochures for youth

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Easy to read fact sheets to support youth in protecting themselves while interacting with the police.