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National Immigration Project Joins National Campaign Calling on Biden Administration To Provide Unjustly Deported Immigrants A Chance To Come Home
The National Immigration Project joined a new national campaign today calling on the Biden administration to create a centralized process for people who have been unjustly deported to seek return to the United States.
Immigrant Rights Organizations Respond to Ninth Circuit Decision to Reverse Nevada Judge’s Watershed Ruling that Law Used to Criminalize Migration is Racist
The California Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals earlier this week ruled to reverse Chief Judge Du’s landmark 2021 decision in USA v. Carillo-Lopez, a case challenging 8 USC § 1326 – the law used to criminally prosecute and incarcerate people for...
Today, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) released a new asylum transit ban rule that the Biden Administration will use to ramp up swift deportations of migrants who cross the U.S.-Mexico border...
Open Statement to the Biden Administration: Detention is not an effective or humane response to people seeking safety at the border and it must not be expanded
Today, 233 organizations sent an open statement to President Biden demanding the administration make good on its commitments to never detain families, to end privatized immigration detention, and ensure that people seeking safety can pursue their...
National Immigration Project Assesses Biden Administration’s Track Record on Enforcement, Detention, and Criminalization of Immigrants
Following President Biden’s 2024 re-election bid announcement, the National Immigration Project today released a report card assessing the administration’s progress on enforcement, detention, and the criminalization of immigrants of color.
National Immigration Project Applauds Re-Introduction of New Way Forward Act to Write Systemic Racism Out of Immigration Laws
Today, Representatives Jesús "Chuy" García (IL-04), Ayanna Pressley (MA-07), and Greg Casar (TX-35) reintroduced the New Way Forward Act, a crucial piece of legislation that is a blueprint for beginning to write racism out of our immigration laws.
National Immigration Project Condemns Reports that Biden Administration Is Considering Reinstating Family Detention
Yesterday, The New York Times reported that the Biden Administration is “considering” a return to the cruel and abusive practice of detaining migrant families. The National Immigration Project condemns this practice and news of its possible revival...
National Immigration Project Files Complaint Against ICE, GEO Group, and Wellpath LLC Seeking Damages for the Death of Mr. Vargas Arellano
The National Immigration Project and Law Offices of Stacy Tolchin today filed a complaint in the United States District Court of the Central District of California under the Federal Tort Claims Act against ICE for the death of Martin Vargas Arellano...
The National Immigration Project commends the Biden administration's move to ensure that workers who are potential victims or witnesses in pending labor investigations will temporarily live free from fear of deportation from the United States.