A new center will aid victims of violent crimes who are also dealing with problems with their immigration status.
HAPPENING TODAY: A new group is coming to Tucson to help families and victims of violent crimes get visa and immigration help. Here’s where you can go to get assistance. pic.twitter.com/Xq0DpfThpw
— Alexa Liacko (@AlexaLiacko) February 1, 2018
Justice for Our Neighbors, at New Hope/Nueva Esperanza United Methodist Church, 6740 S. Santa Clara Ave., opens today to help those in need. Officials will help connect people with Visas meant for people dealing with special situations.
One woman who is now a community organizer for the Pima County Interfaith Council attained a U-Visa because she was a sexual assault victim who helped police bring her attacker to justice. She tells KGUN9 that knowing there was legal help available changed her life.
For more information, click here. You can also call 520-488-3201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.