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Bethany Christian Services Urges Continued Bipartisan Solutions to Address Immigration Crisis
February 06, 2024
Bethany Christian Services today released the following statement after the United States Senate introduced the Emergency National Security Supplemental Appropriations Act of 2024, a funding bill containing several immigration reform provisions.
Bethany Christian Services Urges Congress to Protect Asylum Seekers
December 13, 2023
As negotiations continue on the Biden administration’s supplemental funding bill, Bethany Christian Services today released the following statement imploring Congress to ensure due process and legal protections for those seeking asylum in the U.S. while protecting the border and upholding the rule of law. “At Bethany Christian Services, we believe that every man, woman, and child is created
Bethany Christian Services Applauds Re-Introduction of the Fair Day in Court for Kids Act
November 27, 2023
Bethany Christian Services today endorsed the Fair Day in Court for Kids Act 2023, which will help ensure a greater chance of success for children navigating the United States immigration system and will improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the legal process.
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Fontana: Local Organizations to Receive $3.8 Million in State Grants
HARRISBURG, June 9, 2022 − Organizations that work to promote public safety and victim advocacy in the 42nd Senate District will receive more than $3.8 million
TC Commissioners Pass Resolution of Support to Bethany Christian Services For Their Work Helping Ukraine Refugees
Traverse City Commissioners passed a resolution Tuesday in support of Bethany Christian Services as they help house Ukraine refugees. Bethany Christian Services received support from commissioners as they apply for a grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Reception and Placement Program. Bethany Christian Services has been helping refugees in the region long before Ukraine was even a country. Traverse...
Resolution focuses on bringing Ukraine refugees to Traverse City
Up North Live
GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. (WPBN/WGTU) -- Traverse City commissioners will discuss a resolution in support of bringing refugees from Ukraine to northern Michigan. At the City Commission meeting Monday, commissioners will consider a request from Mayor Richard Lewis to approve a resolution in support of Bethany Christian Service. Bethany Christian Service submitted an application to the United States Department of State to resettle refugees from Ukraine in Traverse City.
City To Vote On Ukrainian Resettlement Resolution, Budget, Parks Projects
Traverse City commissioners will vote tonight (Monday) on a resolution to support Bethany Christian Services’ application to the U.S. Department o...
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