Boston Globe: Nonprofit Offers Online Help, And Hope To Low-Income Immigrants

For immigrants, COVID-19 has made the road to US citizenship an even more arduous journey, as restrictions make it nearly impossible for them to meet with lawyers in person. Meanwhile, fear of deportation during a pandemic has increased the anxiety for immigrants attempting to stay in the country.

A legal-tech nonprofit in Allston is working to bridge the gap between immigrants and citizenship, virtually and free of charge. Immigrants Like Us has been trying to help low-income immigrants in Massachusetts renew their DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) paperwork, apply for green cards and permits, and seek citizenship, all online.

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