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KCLS and ELAP are holding a know your rights workshop in Spanish and English at the Issaquah library on Thursday, July 13, 6 pm. Click here for flyer.

Bellevue Police just released a video in English and Spanish reiterating their stance on enforcement of immigration law — they don’t do it.

Please share widely throughout the community!

To report and collect information centrally information on immigration activity and situations in which community members have been detained by immigration agents anywhere in Washington, call this new hotline number to staffed by a live volunteer 7 days a week, from 6:00 am to 9:00 pm.

More info here in English and Spanish.

ELAP is partnering with the King County Library System to offer an Immigration Know Your Rights workshop and legal clinic. Wednesday, April 26, 2017, 6:00 – 8:00 pm at the Bellevue Library, 1111 110th Ave NE.

6:00 – 7:00    Know Your Rights presentation and Q & A by immigration attorney.

7:00 – 8:00    Legal clinic with 20 minute brief legal consultations for individuals with an immigration attorney

7:00 – 8:00    Assistance with completing Safety Plan for parents of U.S. born children.

Individuals wishing to speak to an attorney must sign up when they arrive. There are limited slots, so first come first serve. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Aries Almanza at aries@elap.org or 425-747-7274 x 207.

Flyer in English and Spanish.

imagesIn case you haven´t been able to get to Bellevue or Seattle, Eastside Legal Assistance Program, Lake Washington School District and the City of Redmond are hosting a community immigration forum on March 22 in Redmond. See calendar page for more details.

KCLSCommunity resource fair at Issaquah Library! Last Wednesday of the month from now through May. Housing, food, healthcare, transportation, education… Click here for the flyer in English and here for Spanish.

 

Are you a parent or caregiver of children, 5th grade or younger? We need all immigrant and refugee families to speak up! Survey available in multiple languages. Click here for link.beststartslogosmall

esl-lessonsDo you know clients, students, patients, customers or friends who want to improve their English communication skills to get a job or to take job training?  Hopelink is offering free English for work classes for intermediate and advanced-level students in Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond. See the flyers in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.

They are also offering Workplace Skills ESL designed for beginning to intermediate level speakers to succeed in the workplace. See the flyers in English, Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Spanish.