Just Neighbors will be closed to volunteers and clients starting on Monday, March 16 in response to COVID-19. Attorneys are still working on pending cases, and remotely with current clients. If you need to reach your attorney, please email her or call 703-979-1240 and leave a message on her extension. Questions? Email us at info@justneighbors.org

Just Neighbors estará cerrado para voluntarios y clientes a partir del lunes 16 de marzo en respuesta a COVID-19. Las abogadas todavía están trabajando en casos pendientes y de forma remota con clientes actuales. Si necesita comunicarse con su abogada, envíele un correo electrónico o llame al 703-979-1240 y deje un mensaje en su extensión.¿Preguntas? Envíenos un correo electrónico a info@justneighbors.org

New Board Members

We are thrilled to have two new board members: Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar and Jacqueline de los Ríos. Ricardo is a reporter with the Associated Press, where he currently focuses on health care. He and his wife, Myrta, have lived in Northern Virginia since 1985. For most of that time they have been members of Fairlington United Methodist Church. Ricardo was born in Havana, Cuba, and came with his family to the United States in 1966. Ricardo and Myrta have a son and daughter, both adults, and they are grandparents. Ricardo is pleased to focus on the direct services offered by Just Neighbors. He speaks Spanish as well as English.

Jacqueline is the Latino Ministries Program Director at Floris UMC. She has a degree in psychology. As an immigrant herself and a cancer survivor, Jacqueline has tremendous compassion for immigrants and for those who suffer with illness. Jacqueline is a native of Bolivia.  A former client of Just Neighbors, Jacqueline obtained both a green card and U.S. citizenship with the assistance of Just Neighbors.

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The mission of Just Neighbors is to provide immigration legal services to low-income immigrants and refugees in Virginia, especially those who are most vulnerable. We also seek to foster enriching experiences that enhance awareness and mutual understanding among our clients, volunteers, staff and community.



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