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Thanda and Wunna's Case Changes Nebraska Law
The creativity of an experienced immigration team can uncover novel solutions to keep families together.
Ernesto’s Path from El Salvador to Nebraska
Ernesto was born in poverty in El Salvador. His father abandoned the family and his mother, unable to feed her son, sent Ernesto to live with an aunt. A few months later, his mother was killed in a shooting in their neighborhood.
Homeless Immigrant Re-establishes His Legal Status
Admitted to the U.S. with his parents in the 1960s, this homeless immigrant finally learned he has been a lawful resident ever since. Now, after 55 years, he is preparing for U.S. citizenship.
Sophia Barely Escaped Human Trafficking
We met Sofia when she was sixteen years old, just months after she intentionally turned herself into U.S. customs to escape sexual abuse and human trafficking.
In 2014, JFON-NE provided immigration legal services in more than 1,600 cases to persons from 38 countries. Services include individual consultations, monthly legal clinics, assistance with organizing and filing forms and/or representation in immigration court
Part of Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska’s (JFON-NE) mission is to provide education to both the immigrant and American citizens about the realities of immigration laws and the effect they have on our families and our communities.
Justice For Our Neighbors-Nebraska (JFON-NE) advocates for immigrants in our community by providing them free legal representation, conducting educational presentations at churches and other organizations, and through community involvement.
April 20, 2016 — LB 947 overrides Governor’s veto with 31 votes! Please send a note to thank all of the senators who voted yes on the LB 947 override. Do not doubt that your calls and emails make a difference! We won the support of several senators who were unconfirmed going into the final reading. […]
Justice For Our Neighbors-NE (JFON-NE) collaborates with dozens of community organizations in the metro Omaha area and in the State of Nebraska. CEOs of a few of those organizations share their opinions of working with JFON-NE.