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January 2014

Ensuring Meaningful Access for Survivors with Limited English Proficiency (LEP)

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
According to the U.S. Census, over 25 million people over the age of five living in the United States speak a language other than English, and do not speak English very well. In order to carry out enhanced safety planning, ensure meaningful access to services, and provide critical information to assist survivors in making informed choices, it is imperative to ensure meaningful access to services for ALL survivors.
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Meaningful Access for Individuals with Limited English Proficiency

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
This issue of Synergy is dedicated to immigration and child protection and custody issues in the context of domestic violence. This article describes the obstacles that victims with limited English proficiency face in our judicial system and how to improve the situation for them and their families.
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The Intersection of Immigrant Enforcement and the Child Welfare System

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
The Court Corner of Synergy on page 14 provides an overview of a case that looks at whether immigration judges are required to inform non-citizens of their potential eligibility for U-visas.
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Understanding the New Immigration Remedy of "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" and How This May Be Helpful for Immigrant Survivors

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
On August 15, 2012 the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) began accepting applications for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). This is a new policy which permits individuals under the age of 31, who arrived to the U.S. before the age of 15 and currently have undocumented legal status, to apply for deferred action if they meet certain criteria. Although this remedy is not specific to survivors, it is important for domestic violence/sexual assault programs to be familiar with this remedy and make sure survivors are aware of this option.
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Entendiendo El Nuevo Recurso Migratorio "Acci—n Diferida" Y Su Posible Utilidad Para Los Inmigrantes Sobrevivientes De Violencia

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
El 15 de Agosto del 2012, los servicios de ciudadan’a e inmigraci—n de los Estados Unidos (USCIS, sus siglas en ingles) comenzaron a aceptar solicitudes para el programa de Acci—n Diferida (DACA, por sus siglas en ingles). Esta es una nueva p—liza que le permite a personas menores de 31 a–os, quienes llegaron a los Estados Unidos antes de los 15 a–os de edad, y que actualmente se encuentran indocumentadas, solicitar la Acci—n Diferida si cumplen con una serie de condiciones. ​
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April 2009

Enhancing the Safety Net for Individuals and Families: A Summary of Key Provisions in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

Author(s): Rosie Hidalgo
This resource describes available public benefits included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, including SSI, unemployment, tax credits, COBRA continuation coverage, medical assistance, housing, food assistance, and education benefits.