An Arizonan church is helping out migrants released by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).
This isn’t the only time Iglesias Cristiana El Buen Pastor church, located in Mesa, Arizona, has helped individuals released from ICE custody. Approximately, 50 migrants are helped per week.
Hector Ramirez, the pastor of Iglesias Cristiana El Buen Pastor, commented that ICE officials drop off individuals released from custody in buses to the church. He also commented that every individual is welcomed and open to assistance.
Many individuals are families, parents, and children who are seeking legal asylum inside the United States. People from different nations in South America and Europe are assisted at the church.
Migrants are provided necessary necessities such as food, water, and somewhere warm to stay. Also, they are provided with legal advice and free COVID-19 testing and vaccinations.
For more information on how this church is assisting migrants, please visit the article down below published by KTAR News 92.3 FM.