Every day immigrants are being detained and deported. If someone you know has been detained, there are some things you can do to help.
Este guia de Women’s Refugee Commission proporciona herramientas para las familias atrapadas entre la inmigración y el bienestar del niño.
This Women’s Refugee Commission’s guide contains tools for families caught between the immigration and child welfare systems.
Immigrant Defense Project’s 212-page toolkit is a comprehensive guide to fight back against efforts to criminalize communities and deport millions of people.
In recent weeks we’ve received an outpouring of support and willingness to stand with our immigrant brothers and sisters. Thank you! The work is just beginning. With the new administration, policy changes may happen quickly. Read more.
There’s a little something for everyone this month. Check out these great resources from friends and colleagues. Read more.
As many of you know all too well, deportations continue to tear families apart. The Department of Homeland Security deported 368,644 individuals in FY 2013, as the Obama administration continued its record-breaking levels of immigration enforcement and detention. If the Department of Homeland Security is trying to deport you, there may be legal ways for you to avoid deportation. Read more.
Every day immigrants are being detained and deported. United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (also known as ICE) is a federal agency that, among other things, arrests, detains and deports immigrants. Read more.