El Clasificado’s new supplement helps educate and informs Latinos of upcoming changes in immigration law.
Having been a source to educate and empower new Hispanics in the United States over the past 29 years, El Clasificado made the conscious decision to publish a special supplement to their classified publication to help immigrants better understand their rights in their new homes.
Known as Juntos, the publication was created as a result of the sudden changes brought on by the new administration in Washington, these efforts were made to help allay their fears and concerns.
Initially published in December 2016, the first supplement’s positive reception led the company to schedule future editions in order to ensure that the general public could remain informed regarding additional changes that are sure to come in the future.
“As a voice for the community for almost 30 years, we feel the need to inform our readers about what is really happening in terms of immigration amidst a scenario of confusion,” said Martha de la Torre, co-founder of El Clasificado. “We thought the best option was to go to the experts so people know what to do in certain situations.”
Focusing on advice and informative articles, Juntos covers issues such as:
- Permanent residency processes
- Visas and programs such as the DACA
- Articles and interviews with expert lawyers
- Community events on immigration issues
- List of consulates
- Profiles of prominent Latino immigrants
Available online and in print throughout the Los Angeles metropolitan area, the Inland Empire, and Orange County, Juntos is scheduled to distribute four editions throughout 2017 with the next publication becoming available on March 1 for free in all the distribution points of El Clasificado.