Foundations and Nonprofits Build the Capacity of Service Providers in Preparation for Administrative Relief

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Immigrant advocates and foundations are teaming up to ensure community resources are in place for the implementation of administrative relief.   In light of immigration action, CLINIC and the Committee for Immigration Reform Implementation (CIRI) are among groups anticipating assistance from various foundations to support capacity building efforts.  Jeanne Atkinson, CLINIC Executive Director and CIRI Co-chair explains that the benefits of administrative relief will “be life-altering for [eligible] individuals…This has a cost.

Source: Catholic Charities