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Dear Editor:
Congratulations for donating to AILF and so many other non-profits during this recession. Non-responsive answer to your request for names of non-profits available to aide 9/11 victim's families who have not been compensated, not with an unkind heart, but rather because I am not currently aware of the names of such non-profits organizations. In the event you are maintaining a list of deserving non-profits for the remainder of your contribution or for future contributions, the possibilities are endless. Two more non-profits providing and supporting substantial pro bono and low cost legal assistance in their communities to immigrants include: the Minnesota Advocates for Human Rights, 310 Fourth Avenue South, Suite 1000, Minneapolis, MN 55415 (Immigrant and Refugee Project); and the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, 193 East Robie Street, St. Paul, MN 55107 (Volunteer Lawyer's Walk-in Clinic and other services).

E.S., Esq.
Minneapolis, MN

Editor's Note: As to the funds remaining from the 9/11 seminar, a shortlist of organizations was prepared last year based on suggestions from the 350+ attendees of that seminar. However, we do intend to take actions in assisting not-for-profit projects/institutions in the immigration law field in the future. Any information sent to us in this connection will be carefully reviewed. Thank you for your comments.