La Posada, which translates to “shelter” in Spanish, is rooted in the anabaptist belief of welcoming immigrants. This value is now being transferred to Elkhart County. Immigration laws can be confusing and hard for a person to understand, without a lawyer. La Posada wants immigrants to be able to obtain their goals in the United States, no matter their legal or financial status. La Posada will provide immigration resources, but the non-profit group has one more step before they can open their doors to the public. Mennonite churches in Elkhart County have embraced the immigrant community. The Board of Directors want to support their fellow brothers and sisters in Christ. You can find more information about La Posada on their website, https://www.laposadaaid.com Amelia Lee, Globe News
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