¡HICA! is hiring!
We are searching for candidates for a Comadre/ Victims Advocate for our Comadres Empowerment Initiative. The Victims Advocate will empower victims and survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault through case management, peer support, and leadership development while also raising awareness in the community to prevent violence.The position will begin in late June 2013. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Vanessa Stevens at firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for a complete description of the position.
The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama is a 501 (c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the social, civi c and economic integration of Hispanic families and individuals in Alabama. ¡HICA! engages and empowers Alabama’s Hispanic community and its numerous cultures as an economic and civic integrator, social-resource connector, and statewide educator.
Information about Federal Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR) NEW: Senate Immigration Reform Bill Introduced April 17, 2013 (Full Text)
NEW: Summary of Senate Immigration Reform Bill Introduced April 17, 2013
NEW: Frequently Asked Questions About the Senate Immigration Reform Bill
U.S. Senate Bipartisan Guidelines for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
F acts About Immigration Reform from the White House
Comprehensive Immigration Reform Statement from the Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice (ACIJ)
Information for DREAMers (undocumented youth)
Alabama Driver's Licenses for DACA Recipients
Frequently Asked Questions about the GED (Spanish)
USCIS Process for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Don't be scammed! Important considerations for DACA applicants
Information about Alabama's Immigration Laws: HB 56 and HB 658
¡HICA! is a founding member of the Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice (ACIJ). Visit www.acij.net to learn more about upcoming events and actions, and ways to get involved.
Ways YOU Can Help Fight HB56!
Know Your Rights Information about HB 56
Conozca Sus Derechos about HB56
NEW: Educational Resources
2014 GED Handout (English)
2014 GED Handout (Spanish)
Frequently Asked Questions About the GED (English)
Frequently Asked Questions About the GED (Spanish)
2013 Scholarship Information (English)
Tips for Preparing for College (Spanish)
May 11th Educators Collaboration Group Meeting (Flyer)
Frequently Asked Questions: Advising Hispanic Students (English)
Frequently Asked Questions: About Advising Hispanic Students (Spanish)
Important Know Your Rights Information~Conozca Sus Derechos
Call 1-800-982-1620 to ask questions about HB56, make a report of police abuse, discrimination, or harassment, or find legal services.
Llame al 1-800-982-1620 para hacer preguntas, una queja si usted cree que ha sido victima de abuso o discriminacion por parte de la policia y otros, o para encontrar sevicios legales.
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Alabama Civil Justice Foundation (ACJF) Helps Hispanic Tornado Victims
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Court Temporarily Halts Implementation of Two Provisions of Alabama's Un-Constitutional, Anti-Immigrant Law Court
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HICA Outraged at Denial of Stay, Seeks Emergency Request
The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama condemns Chief U.S District Judge Sharon Blackburns decision today to deny its request of a motion to stay...
¡HICA! Disapproves of HB56 Ruling, Vows to Appeal
The Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama (¡HICA!) expresses grave concerns about the preliminary injunction issued today by Chief U.S District Judge...
NCLR & HICA Board Member Express Grave Concern of HB56 Effects on Schools
Board Member Roseann Rodriguez participated in a press call organized by the National Council of La Raza about the devastating effects of HB56 on Alab...
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