About These Materials
The Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta (the “Diocese”) is providing information about certain publicly available materials. In doing so, the Diocese is not advocating any particular action or course of conduct. Nor is it advocating or adopting the views of or attesting to the factual accuracy of any referenced materials. This listing of materials is not legal advice. Any legal advice should be sought from an attorney.
American Immigration Law Association
http://www.aila.org/ (resource for finding immigration lawyers in your area)
Latin American Association
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
Immigration Service Policy on Sensitive Locations
How to Get a Green Card for your Parents: The Definitive Guide 
Harboring: Overview of the Law by the Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.
Know Your Rights – English – Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
Know Your Rights: A Guide to Workplace Rights for Immigrants – Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. https://cliniclegal.org/resources/know-your-rights-workers/
From Immigration Legal Resource Center
Family preparedness plan (English)
Family preparedness plan Spanish
Individual Preparedness Red Cards
Episcopal Migrant Ministries (EMM)
Ser Familia, Inc.
Catholic Legal Network
Georgia Latino Elected Officials Organization: assist with documentation, voting, etc.
www.galeo.org (or on Facebook: GALEO.org). Phone: 888-544-2536
Family Preparedness Plan from the Immigration Law Resource Center:
Immigration Service Fact Sheet
American Immigration Lawyers Association: excellent handouts in Spanish and English
www.edow.org (Mar 2, 2017 - Bishop Budde's comments)