Immigration Accompaniment Program
Immigrant families trying to secure basic rights for themselves and their families are met with many barriers as they navigate an unknown and hostile legal system.
The Immigration Accompaniment Program helps support these families through the immigration process in 3 ways:
- Provides a support structure to strengthen those caught in immigration proceedings
- Keeps families members informed at every step of the process as their loved ones move forward
- Holds legal officials accountable for providing accurate information and serving due process
The program pairs immigrants with volunteers who accompany them to their required, periodic check-ins with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Intensive Supervision Appearance Program (ISAP).