Protecting Assets and Child Custody in the Face of Deportation

A Guide for Practitioners Assisting Immigrant Families

The United States' increase in immigrant deportations has been fueled largely by detentions for non‐violent immigration violations. Funded in part by the Casey Foundation, this bilingual (English-Spanish) manual provides guidance for volunteer lawyers and non-lawyer practitioners working with families at risk for deportation. 

October 1, 2009

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Building Family Economic Success: Foreclosure

This fact sheet—with a razor-sharp focus on foreclosures—tells how the Annie E. Casey Foundation is funding important initiatives to ease the hemorrhaging of the housing crisis at the family and community level. It is part of a 10-part series devoted to sharing ways that the Foundation is helping to economically empower families across America. 

August 1, 2009

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Responsible Approaches to Neighborhood Stabilization

Case Studies in Action

Using several case studies, this report delves into a more holistic understanding of what’s involved in community renewal and stabilization as government-led agencies try to restore neighborhoods devastated by the 2009 foreclosure crisis.

January 30, 2009

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Casey Connects: Winter 2008

Responsible Redevelopment Means Much More Than Better Buildings

This issue of Casey Connects focuses on responsible redevelopment and how the Annie E. Casey Foundation is investing in better buildings and — even more — broader opportunities and benefits for residents in distressed neighborhoods. Smaller stories introduce Casey’s online juvenile justice reform helpline plus 7 movers and shakers who are advancing the Foundation’s work. 

December 20, 2008

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