Noticias

– HAP inaugurates a new office in Grand Junction

– HAP inaugurates a new office in Grand Junction

Mi casa es su casa! Office Grand Junction Visit us at Center for Independence, 740 Gunnison Avenue Suite 101Grand Junction, CO 81501 Please contact or visit Katia Curbelo, Community Advocate  at 970.987.2970 - katia@hapgj.org After several years of in-kind support of...

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– Celebrating a new victory for H2A range workers

– Celebrating a new victory for H2A range workers

The Hispanic Affairs Project received from the Washington D.C. Court of Appeals the opinion in favor that recommends that our challenge to the illegal sheepherders rule can proceed. Through the voices of workers, former sheepherders and HAP, we demonstrate that for...

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– Southern Border Update

– Southern Border Update

The Hispanic Affairs Project invites you to support all initiatives to end the Humanitarian Border Crisis. This happens at the time the United States leaves the Human Rights Council of the United Nations. Our communities are planning several activities across western...

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– Celebrating the International Women’s Day

– Celebrating the International Women’s Day

The woman is the Mother, the Daughter, the Friend, the Sister, the Farmworker, the Soldier, the Migrant, the Dreamer, the Organizer, the Comrade, the Member of HAP. We have many reasons to celebrate the  International Woman's Day. Thank you! En el Día Internacional de...

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– City Council Join Us in Support to Dreamers

– City Council Join Us in Support to Dreamers

The City Council of Grand Junction and Montrose, in recognition of the contributions of our Dreamers, joined to hundreds of elected officials across the Country in support to Dream Act. They recognize the social and economic impact of youth and young adults who are...

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-Labor rights victory for H-2A range workers!

-Labor rights victory for H-2A range workers!

As of January 1st, the new minimum monthly wage for sheepherders will be $1,544.07. Two years ago, HAP helped to end 50 years of monopoly by the sheep industry by increasing the basic worker salary from $750 to $1,226 per month, and the start of 2018 marks the second...

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– The Dream Act is possible with your support!

With your support here’s what we can do to protect immigrant families in Colorado Provide immigration relief to those who qualify for citizenship and other adjustment of status processes, including defending DACA recipients; meanwhile work to expand immigration legal...

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– HAP Assists with DACA Renewals- Urgent!

– HAP Assists with DACA Renewals- Urgent!

HAP reinicia su asistencia para las personas que soliciten la renovación de DACA -en respuesta a la orden preliminar de enero 2018- Mensaje en espanol: HAP esta asistiendo para DACA 1.15.18 Pres Release: HAP is Assisting with DACA renewals 1.15.18 A partir del 13 de...

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– HAP Stands with Working Families: DACA

– HAP Stands with Working Families: DACA

The Hispanic Affairs Project Will Support Community Members with DACA and their Families, Despite Recent Federal Announcement For Immediate Release September 6, 2017 Contact: Ricardo Perez, (970) 249-4115 ricardo@hapgj.org; Nicole Ruiz, nicoleruiz@hapgj.org; Marketa...

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– City Council Join Us in Support to Dreamers

– What Do I Need to Know if the DACA Program Ends?

What Do I Need to Know if the DACA Program Ends? (August 28, 2017) | Immigrant Legal Resource Center | ILRC There are some reports that President Trump may end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program soon. At this time, we do not know when or if the...

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– The John Kiernan Award and HAP Anniversary

The Hispanic Affairs Project invites you to honor MarillacHealth and Hilda Gonzales, recipients of the 2017 John Kiernan Award for their service to the Immigrant and Refugee Communities of Western Colorado. This event will take place in our Anniversary Celebration...

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– Combating the unauthorized practice of law.

In 2016, HAP was instrumental to pass the bill HB 16-1391: Concerning a prohibition against non-attorneys providing legal services related to immigrant matters.Though there are federal and USCIS regulations to ensure immigrants receive pertinent immigration legal...

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– Walking each other!

The Gunnison Valley Diversity Walk celebrates both, our differences and our commonality. By Kathy Norgard Published in Crested Butte Magazine: CB Magazine Diversity Walk

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