Need more information regarding family based immigration? The McLean Law office can help you understand your options regarding many of immigration and related topics, such as the Family Unification Program. The Family Unification Program’s goal is to provide the child welfare system with the necessary resources to prevent family separation due to homelessness and prevent homelessness among aging-out youth. Aging-out-youth include those that are age 16 and in foster care or those who are between the ages of 18 – 21 and are homeless or are at high risk of becoming homeless.
If you or a family member, or you have a friend that meets this criteria, s/he is protected by many laws and rights under the Family Unification Program. One specific area of the Family Unification Program is HUD, or the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, which can assist with finding emergency housing for anyone that meets the criteria set forth in the Family Unification Program. The lawyers at McLean Law are ready to you in understanding your rights and ensure you are not discriminated against, or overlooked if you are entitled to assistance through this program. If you have been denied assistance under the Family Unification Program and, as the result, have been separated from your family, or you have become homeless or are at high risk of becoming homeless, you need a lawyer that will fight to help you keep your family together, or get your family back together.
Contact us immediately to set up an appointment for a consultation. You have rights under the Family Unification Program, so don’t let the system deny you those rights.