· 2019 ·

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​Visit to Washington D.C. to support Law HR6
UNISAL changes headquarters in Charlotte

· 2016 ·

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UNISAL organizes a new Salvadoran mobile consulate in Charlotte
ICE captures young Central Americans for deportation
UNISAL, congressmen and civil rights organizations mobilize to help young detainees
Alternatives are being sought for young Central American detainees
UNISAL and allied organizations participate in the Hispanic protest against the deportation of detained Central American youth
UNISAL and allied organizations manage to stop the deportation of the young detainees. ICE refuses to release them. The United Hispanic Community advocates for their release
UNISAL and allied organizations achieve the release of 5 of the 6 young Central American detainees

· 2015 ·

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UNISAL advocates for automatic voter registration
UNISAL participates in the Corn Ceremony
UNISAL celebrates El Salvador's Independence Day
UNISAL represents El Salvador at the Hola Charlotte Festival
UNISAL celebrates its traditional Christmas Party with Santa, giving gifts to children

· 2014 ·

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Acknowledgments to Ana Miriam Carpio - Executive Director of UNISAL
UNISAL renews DACA in the Salvadoran mobile consulate. It also helps residents obtain their American citizenship
UNISAL celebrates the national holidays of El Salvador
UNISAL participates in the Latin American Village of Hola Charlotte
UNISAL campaign to procure wheelchairs
UNISAL supports the Central American Refugee Minors (CAM) program

· 2013 ·

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UNISAL organizes a new mobile consulate for TPS paper work
UNISAL supports consular representation of El Salvador in Las Carolinas
UNISAL supports campaign for the permanent residence of "Tepesianos"

· 2012 ·

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UNISAL organizes aid for victims of Hurricane Ida
UNISAL meets with leaders of faith communities to help immigrants
UNISAL supports permanent residence of "Tepesianos" and calls them to renew TPS
Thanks to UNISAL, a 70-year-old citizen votes for the first time. UNISAL supports a greater participation of the Latino vote
UNISAL advises Deferred Action applicants

· 2010 ·

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LAWC - MHA/NC recognizes the work of President of UNISAL
UNISAL sends aid to El Salvador
UNISAL is part of the Latino Citizens Committee

· 2009 ·

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UNISAL organizes aid to El Salvador due to Hurricane Ida
Interview with Ana Miriam Carpio - Founder of UNISAL
UNISAL organizes a caravan to Washington in favor of Immigration Reform
UNISAL helps strengthen ties between the Hispanic Community and Charlotte Police

· 2005 ·

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UNISAL participates in the deliberations for CAFTA
UNISAL organizes mobile consulate to renew TPS
UNISAL offers services for immigrants with different immigration status
UNISAL celebrates its Christmas Children's Festival with massive delivery of gifts

· 2004 ·

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UNISAL with partner organizations coordinate the citizenship applications for almost 70 residents
UNISAL summons construction workers to address their problems
UNISAL warns about fraud committed against the Community
UNISAL celebrates a new edition of its Christmas Children's Festival
UNISAL celebrates the marriage of its Founder, Ana Miriam Carpio with Alberto Vázquez

· 2003 ·

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UNISAL organizes mobile consulate for renewal of TPS
UNISAL leads a cooperation project to rebuild homes in El Salvador
UNISAL awards diplomas to its graduates in computing and English
December 19 is declared the UNISAL Day
UNISAL happily celebrates its Christmas Children's Festival

· 2002 ·

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With a million signatures immigrants request amnesty for legalization
UNISAL with the Latin American Union go to Washington
Mobile Consulate in UNISAL to renew the work permit (TPS)
UNISAL warns against scammers offering English courses
UNISAL celebrates its second Children's Christmas Festival

· 2001 ·

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Ana Miriam Carpio recounts the drama experienced during the earthquake that devastated El Salvador
UNISAL organizes the dispatch of aid to victims of the earthquake in El Salvador
UNISAL's First Christmas Children's Festival