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The Central American Resource Center (CARECEN) is a community based organization that seeks to foster the comprehensive development of the Latino community in the Washington metropolitan region. CARECEN was founded in 1981 to protect the rights of refugees arriving from conflict in Central America and to help ease their transition by providing legal services. Today our programs provide direct services in immigration, housing and citizenship while also promoting empowerment, civil rights advocacy and civic training for Latinos.

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  March to #EndFamilyDetention, Thursday October 22, 2015 at 4:30 PM

  Join CARECEN to celebrate 34 years as part of the Latino Community in Washington, DC!

  Fall Citizenship Classes Start on September 29, 2015. Register today!

  Immigration Clinic, June 20 – free info & consultations on eligibility for DACA, DAPA and other types of immigration relief

  Support Language Justice in DC!

  Summit Report on Central American Children Seeking Refuge to be released on Tuesday, April 14.

  Feria de Impuestos y Finanzas – Sabado, 21 de Marzo 

  CARECEN Executive Action Fact Sheet

  Charlas comunitarias sobre la Accion Ejecutiva del Presidente Obama

  CARECEN Youth Host Final Vigil in Support of Central American Fleeing Children Fleeing Violence and to Celebrate Presidential Executive Action for Immigrants.

  Administration Falls Short on Humane Response for Unaccompanied Minors Traveling to the U.S.




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