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Abusive partners often use their partner’s immigration status as an additional way to exert their power over them. Always remember: abuse is against the law regardless of your immigration status.

Some of the ways a partner might abuse an immigrant are:

  • Isolating their partner from people in their home country
  • Preventing their partner from learning English
  • Threatening their partner with deportation
  • Threatening to destroy important legal documents
  • Lying about filing immigration papers
  • Threatening to hurt or take children away

If you or someone you know is an immigrant experiencing sexual or family violence, call us. We can help. Click here to find out more about immigrants and abuse.

If you have experienced violence, we are here to help. When you are ready to contact us, we will listen and assist with your individual needs. We have safe spaces so that you can find refuge and different programs to help encourage healing. We even offer resources to people that want to help their loved ones. Most importantly, we want to empower everyone to make the best choices for themselves.

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Call our 24-hour Crisis Hopeline at 915.593.7300 or 1.800.727.0511.

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