The Children’s Program provides free legal representation to immigrant children and their families who have been victims of abuse, neglect, abandonment, trafficking and violence through in-house representation and referral to our network of volunteer attorneys. Children’s Program staff members provide “Know-Your-Rights” presentations, intakes, referrals, and direct legal representation to unaccompanied children in removal proceedings as well as free legal representation and outreach to children and their families who are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA). The Children’s Program staff members share their expertise through regular presentations and trainings to attorneys, judges, educators, law enforcement, child welfare agencies, social service providers and other community members throughout the state.
The Children's Program strives to:
Provide immigration-related direct representation for the most vulnerable children in Colorado
Educate the community about options and resources for immigrant children
Develop a statewide network of assistance for immigrant children and the professionals that serve them
Collaborate with national and statewide advocates for immigrant children and their families
For a link to a training provided by RMIAN Children’s Program and the Colorado Chapter of AILA, please click here.