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COVID-19 UPDATE: “USCIS has announced that immigrants can seek testing, treatment, and prevention of COVID-19 without fearing immigration consequences due to public charge. The public charge regulations from the Department of Homeland Security & Department of State — which institute a wealth test in our immigration system – went into effect on Monday, February 24, …

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ICIJ Response to COVID-19 Concerns in GEO’s Adelanto Detention Facility

For Immediate Release// March 11th 2020 Contact: Armando Carmona, 951-966-6500, media@ic4ij.org, Armando@tzunu.com ICIJ Response to COVID-19 Concerns in GEO’s Adelanto Detention Facility Adelanto, CA – As COVID-19 becomes a global pandemic, the Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice is increasingly concerned with the failures of the GEO run Adelanto Detention Facility to provide adequate medical services …

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Medi-Cal Coverage for Undocumented Young Adults

Governor Gavin Newsom’s proposed budget for 2020-2021 has included Medi-Cal coverage for eligible seniors regardless of immigration status! Our community members have fought for #Health4All, and knew first hand what the impacts are for friends and family that have had to go without health coverage. Lyzzeth Mendoza, the Community Engagement and Policy Associate for ICIJ …

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ICIJ Policy: New Study Outlines Barriers for Undocumented Elders to Healthcare

Tuesday November 19, 2019 Contact: Media@ic4ij.org Riverside, CA – On Monday, ICIJ Director Javier Hernandez facilitated a panel discussion on the obstacles facing Undocumented Elders in the Inland Empire. The panel was part of a collaborative study with Professor Cecilia Ayón, MSW, PhD, School of Public Policy, University of California Riverside, the Center for Social …

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