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We pledge our continued support for migration and refugee programs and abide by our commitment to serve the dignity of each human person and foster the common good.
The Office of Catholic Charities & Social Concerns along with our Catholic Charities Member Agencies and partners will continue to provide reliable and timely information and access to immigration services.
We remind parish staff to coordinate all immigration questions and referrals to one of our three Catholic Charities Member Agencies: Catholic Charities of Solano, Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services and Northern Valley Catholic Social Services.
(916) 313-7604 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mariela Hernandez, Immigration BIA
530-824-4039 or email@example.com
If you would like additional information or resources, contact Carolina Estrada at 916-733-0253 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Immigration Workshops in the Diocese
|March 28 and ongoing||Citizenship Class at Sacramento Food Bank and Family Services|
|May 2||Immigration Information Forum at the Mexican Consulate|
|May 6||Creating Healthy Latino Families in Fairfield|
|May 7||Immigration Informational Session at Holy Family Parish in Portola|
|May 11||Citizenship/DACA at St. Mary Parish Vacaville|
|Sept 30||Citizenship/DACA at St. Vincent Ferrer Parish in Vallejo|
Resources for Parishes
Practical tips for families encountering immigration enforcement including emergency planning.
- What Can You Do for Immigrants
- What Can You Do for Immigrants Spanish
- Know Your Rights Quick Reference English
- Know Your Rights Quick Reference Spanish
- Know You Rights Leader Resource English
- Know You Rights Leader Resource Spanish
- Catholic Charities “Know Your Rights” Videos
Consultations/ Immigration Legal Services
For a complete list of legal immigration resources in the Diocese of Sacramento, click here.
If you would like to host an immigration information workshop at your parish, contact the Office of Catholic Charities & Social Concern at 916-733-0253.
Join a Parish Team
The Diocesan Immigrant Support Network (DISN) was created in 2008 to build a network of support for immigrant parishioners throughout the Diocese. This network will provide reliable and timely information, provide access to immigration services and advocate for immigration reform.
If you are interested in being involved, please contact Carolina Estrada at 916-733-0253 or email email@example.com.
- USCCB President & VP Statement on Immigration
- Declaración por el presidente y vice presidente del USCCB en inmigración
- USCCB Statement on Refugees
Web Resources Links
- Justice for Immigrants
- Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC)
- US Bishops Migration and Refugee Services
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