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Memorandum of Understanding Signing between the Consulate of Mexico, Orange County and the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association

08 Mar 2017 8:44 PM | Amelia Montgomery (Administrator)

What: The Consulate of Mexico, Orange County will sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association which seeks to lay a foundation for collaboration between the two institutions in order to protect the legal rights of Mexican nationals living in Orange County.

When: Thursday, March 9, 2017; 12:00 pm.

Where: The Consulate of Mexico, Orange County (2100 E. 4th St., Santa Ana, CA, 92705).

Who: The Consulate of Mexico, Orange County and the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association

Data from the Migration Policy Institute states that approximately 200,000 immigrants face a barrier to access to free legal services due to their immigration status.  

With this agreement, the Consulate and the OCHBA hope to strengthen their relationships with strategic partners and strengthen the capacity to deliver pro- and low-bono legal services in all areas of law, thus facilitating greater access to justice for the communities they represent.

For Immediate Release

Contact:  Media Liaison, Bao Nguyen, bao@baonguyen.us, 714-251-6885.

OCHBA President, Eric Dominguez: edominguez@hirson.com, 949 383-5568


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