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Successful Conference on Immigration, ITIN, and Human Rights

Updated: Dec 8, 2023

On July 15, 2023, a highly significant event took place in Camden City, NJ: the Conference on Immigration, ITIN, and Human Rights, a collaborative effort between KingsWay Church, San Andrés Episcopal Church, and the organization Minorities Allied Lenders (MINA). This enriching initiative aimed to provide guidance and clarity to the Hispanic immigrant community in Southern New Jersey on matters related to immigration, essential documents for legal employment, and their corresponding human rights.

The conference was a resounding success and took place at the facilities of San Andrés Episcopal Church, bringing together 28 volunteers dedicated to serving the community.

The event featured distinguished speakers who shared their expertise: Dr. Enrique Rosario, a certified immigration lawyer; Eliz O'Neil, Public Accounts and Audit Agent, as well as an IRS Special Enrollment Agent and Certified Agent (CAA); and Economist Pedro Rodríguez, former Director of the Office of Human Resources for the City of Philadelphia, former Commissioner of Civil Service for the State of Pennsylvania, current Director of the Pennsylvania Open Borders Project, and Director of Government and Private Corporations Relations at MINA. These distinguished speakers provided fundamental answers to the questions raised by the audience.

In a country full of opportunities like the United States, being well-informed about current regulations is essential to live legally and make the most of available possibilities. This conference allowed attendees to better understand crucial details about their immigration status, employment opportunities, and their rights. Events like this strengthen the bonds of knowledge and solidarity, paving the way for a more informed and just future for everyone.

Editorial: Norma Bolaños

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