Improved Quality of Life for an Empowered Latino Community
Immigrants seeking to integrate into the United States often face social, economic, and political barriers that make it difficult to transition.
Our programs increase skills, knowledge, and civic engagement— helping foster security, stability, and a better sense of belonging while strengthening the community overall.
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Help immigrant families become more secure, stable, and engaged in the community.
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For over 40 years, we have worked to foster the comprehensive development of the Latino population in the Washington DC area.
CARECEN Welcomes Migrant Buses from Texas and Arizona.
For the past four months, Washington D.C., has been receiving buses from Texas and Arizona with migrants and asylum-seekers. The vast majority of these people are originally from Venezuela, Nicaragua, Cuba and Colombia. In a smaller but very important number to...
Ready, Click, Advance
A large group of participants, the majority of which were women, attended four sessions of our workshop: Ready, Click, Advance. These sessions were designed to provide guidance on how to use one's phone to manage personal finances online. None of the participants had...
Victory in Advocacy
We would like to congratulate the tenants at 5000-5040 New Hampshire Ave for acting together to preserve their home! CARECEN’s Housing Program helped tenants of 5000-5040 New Hampshire exercise their Tenant’s Opportunity to Purchase Act (TOPA) rights. These buildings...
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USCIS Agrees to Restore Path to Permanent Residency for TPS Beneficiaries
In late March, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agreed to restore a path to permanent residency for many Temporary Protected Status (TPS) beneficiaries blocked by then-acting USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli—an illegally appointed Trump official. Because of the agreement, TPS beneficiaries impacted by this policy will be able to reopen and dismiss their removal orders and apply to adjust their status to become permanent residents— eliminating the threat of deportation if their TPS protections are revoked in the future.
CARECEN intends to be a resource for navigating this new ruling and its effects.
Visit our information hub to read details of the settlement, find information for immigration law practitioners, and more.
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