Contingency Planning for Maryland Families Affected by Immigration Enforcement
About This Recording
Learn about what makes Maryland unique when it comes to contingency planning. Those participating in this webinar will learn how to properly advise resident Maryland families who are facing potential family separation and what measures they should take to care for their children. It considers custody, guardianship, powers of attorney and kinship care affidavits. Ethical issues will also are discussed. Featured speakers are Maryland attorneys Van Doan, Jon Greene, and Michael Stelmack. Thanks to all the cosponsors for this webinar: MIRC, KIND, PBRC, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington, CAIR Coalition, and other allies.
The chart below (in additional documents), while applicable only to noncitizens in Maryland, is an example of how a single chart might compile information about what types of measures are required in a particular state to provide for the care of children, and for the property of detained or removed noncitizens.