We work to provide dignity and respect for the undocumented community in Western New York. We do so in three strategic areas:
Court Support and Batavia Visitation
We organize accompaniment, support and connections to legal, financial and community resources for families who are under threat of deportation. We do not provide legal advice, however, we can help connect people with the appropriate resources.
Accompaniment is one of our greatest needs. Please visit our Volunteer page to learn more about how you can help.
If you are a friend or family member of someone detained at BFDF who would like to be visited, please fill out this form.
We organize together with undocumented workers and their families affected by immigration to raise emergence funds for basic needs.
We support individual affected workers and families to their immediate and long-term needs as they navigate the immigration system.
We organize for systemic change towards dignity and respect for undocumented families.
Through Green Light WNY, we are advocating for NYS Assembly Bill 4050, which would create a path to safe, legal driving for all residents of New York State, regardless of legal status.
LGBTQ immigrants are vulnerable to the worst consequences of the immigrations system. They often have more to lose if they are deported and experience higher levels of discrimination and threat, both in daily life and in dealing with immigration officials.
To help with our UndocuQueer team, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org