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Trusted Immigration Web Resources
H.R.2043 - Fair Day in Court for Kids Act of 2017
This bill amends the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) authorize the Department of Justice (DOJ) to appoint or provide counsel at government expense to aliens in removal proceedings.
Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties
Department of Homeland Security
Comment Line: 202-282-8495
tel.: (202) 401-1474
H.R.2572 - Protect Family Values at the Border Act
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) shall: (1) consider safety and family concerns in any action related to the repatriation or prosecution of individuals apprehended for immigration violations, and (2) provide related training for U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and cooperating entity personnel. See bill for more information.
S.3036 - Keep Families Together Act
This bill prohibits an agent or contractor of the Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, or the Department of Health and Human Services from removing a child who is under the age of 18 and has no permanent immigration status from his or her parent or legal guardian at or near the port of entry or within 100 miles of the U.S. border except under specific circumstances. See the bill for more information.
Immigration and Citizenship Resources Guide from Huntsville-Madison County Public Library
Overview of immigration and citizenship resources, including websites and organizations at the local and national level.
The Florence Project and Refugee Rights Project
he Florence Project is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit legal service organization providing free legal services to men, women, and unaccompanied children in immigration custody in Arizona. Although the government assists indigent criminal defendants and civil litigants through public defenders and legal aid attorneys, it does not provide attorneys for people in immigration removal proceedings. As a result, an estimated 86 percent of the detained people go unrepresented due to poverty. The Florence Project strives to address this inequity both locally and nationally through direct service, partnerships with the community, and advocacy and outreach efforts.
Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project
ASAP prevents wrongful deportations by connecting refugee families to community support and emergency legal aid. We provide rapid representation at a distance, reaching families who could not otherwise access legal services in the United States.
Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services
The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) serves immigrants and refugees in our community (Texas) by providing immigration-related legal services, advocacy and opportunities for educational and social support.
Pueblo Sin Fronteras
We are a collective of friends who decided to be in permanent solidarity with displaced peoples. We accompany migrants and refugees in their journey of hope, and together demand our human rights. We provide humanitarian aid and legal advise to migrants and refugees.
Al Otro Lado
Al Otro Lado is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization incorporated in California. We are a bi-national, direct legal services organization serving indigent deportees, migrants, and refugees in Tijuana, Mexico. The bulk of our services are immigration-related. However, the needs of the people we serve are diverse, so we also coordinate with attorneys and non-legal professionals in a range of areas such as family law, labor law, criminal law (particularly post-conviction relief), and employment law. We also assist families with aspects of reunification in Mexico when it has been determined by U.S. authorities that it is in the best interest of the child to live with his or her parent in Mexico. We work with non-custodial deported parents to ensure their rights as parents are protected in the United States family court system.
Border Angels is an all volunteer, non profit organisation that advocates for human rights, humane immigration reform, and social justice with a special focus on issues related to issues related to the US-Mexican border. Border Angels engages in community education and awareness programs. Border Angels also works to serve San Diego County’s immigrant population through various migrant outreach programs such as Day Laborer outreach and our free legal assistance program held in our office every Tuesday.
60 Resources for Supporting Immigrant and Refugee Communities
These resources provided by a number of organizations, include toolkits, informational pages, guides and organizational websites, broken down by issue area.
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