Below are several informational materials for JFON-NE, including our brochures and legal clinic procedure pamphlet. Please print as needed.
Defend The DREAM: What DACA Recipients and Their Allies Need To Know – Sept 7 Information Session and Q&A
TRAIN THE TRAINER – Feb 11 Workshop
Part 1: Know Your Rights
Rights Cards (Red Cards) can be ordered by by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org and requesting the amount of cards needed and the mailing address to which the order should be sent. Please visit the Immigrant Legal Resource Center (ILRC) website for more information:
Part 2: Safety Planning for Survivors
See our Post-Election Links to learn how the nation’s immigration legal services community is responding.
The following organizations are actively involved in social justice. They each offer a variety of services, education, advocacy, and opportunities for you to become involved in making our communities a better place.
American Immigration Council (AIC)
The American Immigration Council is a non-profit, non-partisan, organization based in Washington D.C. Its legal, education, policy and exchange programs work to strengthen America by honoring our immigrant history and shaping how Americans think and act towards immigration now and in the future.
Great Plains United Methodist Conference (GPUMC)
United Methodists in the Kansas East, Kansas West and Nebraska United Methodist conferences voted in 2012 to form a new annual conference beginning Jan. 1, 2014. JFON-NE is supported in part as a Great Plains Conference Advance #721.
United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR)
The national Justice For Our Neighbors networks was founded in 1999 by UMCOR. JFON-NE continues to work with the Mercy and Justice ministry to create a welcoming community for our new neighbors.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
This website has many resources for immigrants and persons who work with immigrants including downloadable forms, news updates, and services.