NAIC has long worked to support our immigrant community locally, to strengthen ties between immigrants and their neighbors, and to advocate for reform of state and federal immigration legislation.
- April 28, 2017: Immigration Forum with the Mexican Consulate, attorney Ezequiel Hernandez, and Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)
- March 8, 2017: Immigration Forum with Police Chief Kevin Treadway, Sheriff Jim Driscoll, Mexican Consulate, and attorney Ezequiel Hernandez
- January, 2017: Public session on “How We Can Support Our Immigrant Neighbors”
- December, 2016: Public meeting with Police Chief Kevin Treadway, Sheriff Jim Driscoll, Mexican consulate, and immigration attorneys to share information about police interactions
Do you need information about how to support your family? Please download the NAIC Toolkit: Keeping Families Together:
NAIC Toolkit: Keeping Families Together
NAIC Guía: Que hacer para mantener a nuestras familias unidas
NAIC partners with NAU Community University Public Inquiry to offer trainings to local educational institutions on supporting immigrant families, particularly in helping students attain higher education:
CUPI:NAIC College Access Flyer
Contact us to discuss how your institution can get host civic academies, distribute the Toolkit, or participate in trainings on educational access for immigrant families.