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Reviewing and offering assistance for humanitarian immigration solutions for Ukrainians in the United States

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Campbell Law School: 225 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
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Mar 26, 2022
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Hello!

Campbell Law is hosting a Ukrainian Humanitarian Immigration Clinic on Saturday, March 26 from 9AM-1PM at Campbell Law School.

The first hour will include an information session on the different types of immigration relief available.

We will be providing three types of immigration relief, as eligible.

Date: Saturday, March 26, 2022
Time: 9AM: Mandatory Info Session and Orientation, 10AM - 1PM: Legal Assistance Clinic
Location: Campbell Law School: 225 Hillsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603
Cost: FREE (you must pay for the USCIS application fees)

We will be reviewing and offering assistance for humanitarian immigration solutions for Ukrainians in the United States and on how to assist their families in the context of solutions in US Humanitarian Immigration Law.

The clinic is supervised by local attorneys and experts with extensive experience in refugee contexts and solutions.

How do I participate?

Sign up to participate in the Ukrainian Immigration Clinic by signing up here

If you have any questions, please let us know by contacting k_chauvin0829@email.campbell.edu.

Thank you!

Mindy Lemus. Paulina De Leon, and Kelly Chauvin

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Who are Ukrainians in the Carolinas?

We are a network of volunteers throughout the Carolinas dedicated to assisting the people of Ukraine and promoting Ukrainian culture in the Carolinas. Our network has been operational in the Triangle for the last 8 years, ever since Russia invaded Ukraine. We have been collecting and shipping medical supplies to Ukraine, helping refugees, wounded warriors, families of perished Ukrainian heroes and orphans. We have hosted numerous cultural events and advocated for assistance to Ukraine. Since February 24, 2022, when Russia started its new phase of war in Ukraine, we have become an even stronger and larger group and welcome your support. We have media coverage, politicians’ attention, but most importantly - everybody’s willingness to help Ukraine’s brave military and citizens. We already shipped several containers of medical supplies, so generously donated to us by local supporters of Ukraine and of freedom. We also provided localized support to various cities throughout Ukraine where there was a great need for food and medical supplies.

What is your status? Are you an officially recognized charitable organization?

We have incorporated in North Carolina and are in the process of applying for a 501(c)(3) charitable status. We hope to receive it by the end of this year, and upon receipt, all donations will be granted a tax-deductible status retroactively.

Where can I send my monetary donation?

You can write a check to Ukrainians in the Carolinas or PayPal or Zelle your donation to donations.ukrainians.carolinas@gmail.com

Can I donate clothing or other goods?

At the moment, the border is overwhelmed with various humanitarian supplies from European nations, so we are focusing our efforts on securing and shipping medical supplies only.

What else can I do to help in supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion?

Spread the word! Contact your elected representatives and ask them to provide air defense systems to Ukraine, expedite legislation to allow Ukrainian refugees into US, and secure humanitarian corridors into sieged Ukrainian cities.

I have a press inquiry or want to schedule an interview

Please email us at ukrainians.carolinas@gmail.com

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