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Over 500 people attended the Immigrant Fair held at a Latter-day Saint church building in Woods Cross, Utah.

The event aimed to provide new residents with information about resources available to help them settle into the community.

Over 30 groups were present at the fair, providing services ranging from legal help to education, health, and public safety.

The fair was organized by immigrants to pay the help forward to others in need.

Harold Martinez, one of the organizers, said that the event was a joy to watch, as many people might be scared to ask for help without such an event.

Sonia Lagunes, from Alliance Community Services, expressed that it was amazing to see so many resources available to the immigrant community and wants more people to know that they are not alone.

The organizers of the event said that they hope to host more events like this in other parts of the state in the coming weeks and months.

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