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

 

2016 atv polaris trailblazer manuals
Horstmann electronic 7 manual pdf
Holt chemistry study guide includes concept review
1957 harley davidson hummer service manual
2007 chevy hhr repair manual
Literature study guide animal farm
Husqvarna chain saw 137 workshop manual
Honda cbr1000rr service manual 1000 rr 2017
2017 silverado bose system wiring guide
Roketa bahama 50 repair manual