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By Christopher Stender, Immigration Attorney
 Christopher Stender, an immigration attorney in
San Diego, also contributes to his community on
a personal level. For ex...
 One-time contributions can pay for an attorney
meeting or paperwork submission for a person in
need, while continuing do...
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Ways to Support the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project

  1. 1. By Christopher Stender, Immigration Attorney
  2. 2.  Christopher Stender, an immigration attorney in San Diego, also contributes to his community on a personal level. For example, Christopher Stender stands out as a supporter of the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project. Since 1989, the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project (FIRRP) has helped to protect the rights of detained immigrants. The project offers no-cost legal services and social support to some of the most vulnerable people currently living in the United States, and it depends on volunteer and donor support to do so.
  3. 3.  One-time contributions can pay for an attorney meeting or paperwork submission for a person in need, while continuing donations support such services on a regular basis. Legal professionals can also contribute their valuable time as volunteer researchers, interpreters, witnesses, or administrators. Pro bono attorneys are particularly welcome and receive thorough training on the types of cases they will encounter. Persons outside the legal profession may also volunteer as hosts of public education seminars or as members of the Detention Watch Network, which connects and helps to mobilize activists for detainee rights across the country.

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