Everett Caseworker Nominated for Child Passenger Safety Technician of the Year

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Before she even hits the road, Briana Glover, a caseworker out of the DCYF Everett office, always ensures she has a car seat properly installed in her backseat. It doesn’t matter the brand or model, Glover is well trained to identify the correct car seat size for the child’s age and weight and how to properly fasten the child. 

Her car seat expertise has not gone unnoticed and now her commitment to safety is recognized by Safe Kids Washington. 

Changes to Public Charge Take Effect Feb. 24

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The State of Washington is aware of the Trump Administration’s changes to the “public charge” test that may impact immigrants’ applications for visas, permanent residency or admission to the U.S. if they receive certain public benefits. The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed the changes to be implemented and the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will implement the new rule on February 24, 2020.