Libertad y justicia para todxs.
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Pueblo Unido helps people who are in ICE custody in Tacoma, WA or in removal proceedings at the Portland Immigration Court find attorneys and gather supporting evidence in order to have the best possible chance to prevail against deportation. Contact our navigation team by calling 503-360-0324.
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*Disclaimer*: Pueblo Unido PDX is not a law firm; we are not attorneys and we do not offer any legal advice. Instead, we help connect clients to experienced immigration attorneys and follow-up to ensure they receive the advice they are seeking.
We use terms like Latinx (Latino/a) and todxs (todos/as) to be inclusive of the LGBT/Queer (Cuir) community. Using ‘x’ at the end of words (and increasingly ‘e’) allows us to avoid prioritizing either the masculine or feminine, and recognizes that there are people who don’t identify with either binary gender.
If you are part of the LGBT/Queer community and would like to send us feedback on inclusive language or more (updated) resources, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.