HSPRD’s Meredith Turner-Woolley Publishes Article Discussing Immigration Relief for Unaccompanied Minor Children

HSPRD’s Meredith Turner-Woolley Publishes Article Discussing Immigration Relief for Unaccompanied Minor Children

In October 2017, HSPRD attorney Meredith Turner-Woolley published the article, “Assisting Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Today.” The article is published in the latest edition of The Bar Briefs, a monthly newsletter compiled by the Kane County Bar Association.  The article is co-authored by Hillary Richardson, a staff attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center’s Asylum Project. In the article, Ms. Turner-Woolley and Ms. Richardson discuss one form of immigration relief for unaccompanied minor children, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status.

Meredith Turner-Woolley represents both English and Spanish speaking clients in all aspects of family law including divorce, custody, parentage, adoption, and child support matters.  Read the complete article here:  Assisting Unaccompanied Immigrant Children Today