Inside Philadelphia's Immigration IMPACT Program

Law360, New York (July 2, 2014, 9:47 AM EDT) -- It will be no surprise to most readers that the severe economic crisis affecting legal aid organizations in recent years has meant few nonprofit organizations are able to meet the ever increasing needs of low-income communities. Significant gaps in civil legal services have appeared all over the country as a result of funding restrictions and other lingering fallout from the economic downturn.

In Philadelphia, one critical gap is serving the needs of immigrant victims of intimate partner violence. In fiscal year 2012, 107,093 reports were filed by the Philadelphia Police Department for domestic violence incidents, almost 300 per day, and 5,568...

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