Judicial Advocacy

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    Taxonomy Code: FP-0500.3900

    Programs that work for policy change through the legal system, either by lawsuits, friend of the court briefs, or providing information for legal cases. Also included are efforts to promote a more just and equitable legal system, which may also include legislative advocacy.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    ADVOCACY FOR SEXUALLY VICTIMIZED CHILDREN AND NON-OFFENDING FAMILYProvides advocacy in criminal and family court for sexually victimized adults and children and their non-offending family members. Also offers a Court-School Program to familiarize children and their non-offending family members of the courtroom experience. Call for more information.ADVOCACY FOR SEXUALLY VICTIMIZED CHILDREN AND NON-OFFENDING FAMILYPARENTS FOR MEGAN'S LAW
    COURT ADVOCACY SERVICES-ADVOCACY PROGRAMProvides court advocacy services to victims of domestic and teen dating violence in Family, District, and IDV Courts. Court advocacy services available in arraignment part of District Court on weekends. Assistance with petitioning for and obtaining Orders of Protection. Advocates provide clients with support, information and referrals to services offered by LIADV and outside resources. Provides referrals to staff attorney for Family Court cases. Call for more information and to schedule an appointment.SuffolkCOURT ADVOCACY SERVICES-ADVOCACY PROGRAML.I. AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE, INC.
    IMMIGRANT SERVICESRecognized agency by Board of Immigration Appeals to process, file and represent clients before the United States citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) Immigration Court. Immigration attorneys and accredited representatives advocate on behalf of clients and work closely with the Catholic Legal Immigration Network (CLINIC). Cases include naturalization (citizenship) Legal permanent residency (green card), family petitions, adjustment of status, political asylum, victims of human trafficking, work authorizations, temporary protected status,(TPS), victims of criminal activity (U-Visas), deferred action for childhood arrivals (DACA), Legal Orientation for custodians (LOPC: In partnership with EOIR), Family Reunification Program, religious visas, VAWA cases fir battered spouses/children/parents, waivers (1-601, 1-601A, 1-212, 237 (h, etc.)SuffolkIMMIGRANT SERVICESCATHOLIC CHARITIES

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