Migrants in Brownsville benefit from church event to help ease their immigration
Several organizations came together under one roof at a church in Brownsville to try to help migrants and community members on Sunday.
They all gathered at New Life Seventh Day Adventist Church to take advantage of available services.
Some services included help to fill out their citizenship applications, health screenings and other immigration-related matters.
Roughly 40 people signed up to meet an immigration attorney with their questions.
Most of the people at the gathering appeared for health screenings, like getting their blood pressure checked.
Holding this event is something the church said they find crucial for their neighbors.
The church said this won't be the last event of its kind and is constantly planning more events.