Juarez City. – Officials from the US State Department visited the Leona Vicario Immigrant Integration Center, which has housed more than 17,000 immigrants so far, a statement said.
Staff from the U.S. Department of State, accompanied by Juan Carlos Loera de la Rosa, a Chihuahua Welfare Officer, toured the Leona Vicario Integrative Immigrant Center this afternoon, where they had the opportunity to visit shelter facilities. Additional services provided by this center, in addition to talking with some immigrant families residing.
He explained that they have received more than 17 thousand people, since it opened its doors and provided more than two million meals to immigrants from different countries and even from our country.
Loera de la Rosa declared, that thanks to the comprehensive care immigrants receive, many of them have already joined the productive activities of our city, people who have regularized their immigration status and are now fully integrated in our city – both professionally and socially.
He added that many of these immigrants who have found a job opportunity in this city are already part of this society and are fully integrated, and many of them already have their own space to live, although he also emphasized that some of them remain in the shelter and go out to work every day.
Job placement is one of the various services that are available in the shelter for people who live there, but there are many other services, such as school care for minors who do not have a place to study, but this is recognized, approved by the SEP, so that minors do not lose their education, they also get a certificate formal study.
Medical services, psychological care, as well as comprehensive food, as well as the protection and protection of human rights are fully guaranteed in the Leona Vicario Integrator Center, said the Social Welfare Officer who concluded by saying that the knowledge of this shelter as well as its operation and the operation of the Leona Vicario Center was basically the impetus and reason for the visit of Ministry officials State Department in Washington for this refuge, as part of the activities they carried out during their visit to this border.
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