CLS was honored to receive the Robert E. Bryan Public Service Award as a result of our ongoing partnership with Apex Immigration Services. We have done three clinics over the past year with AIS under the supervision of local immigration attorneys. Past clinics have included drafting humanitarian parole renewals for youth who came to the U.S. under the Central American Minors Program, helping Burmese and Karen refugees apply for citizenship, and assisting clients with their DACA renewals. We look forward to many more opportunities to partner with AIS in the future. AIS is a ministry of Apex United Methodist Church and serves low-income refugees and immigrants.