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Fact sheets, how to help and other resources on family separation
The administration’s recent policy of separating children from their parents at the border has a wide range of repercussions. Meanwhile, due to deportations and enforcement actions, family separations also occur on a regular basis across the country, far away from the border. We've compiled resources including suggestions for how people can help and facts about the situation.
Stories of Immigration
"Luisa" is the most recent individual freed with the help of the Remote Bond Project, which recruits pro bono attorneys from across the country to represent detainees in their bond hearings.
Featured Resources & Analysis
Sudanese, Nicaraguan, Haitian and Salvadoran TPS holders can use this quick guide for more information about how to prove an automatic extension of TPS and work authorization under the Ramos v. Nielsen case.
The Department of State (DOS) implemented new guidance on assessing public charge inadmissibility last year and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published proposed regulations on the same issue. These FAQs describe the new developments and the circumstances in which they may impact on your lawful permanent resident (LPR) clients.
SILVER SPRING, Maryland—The administration’s decision not to redesignate Temporary Protected Status for South Sudan, allowing more people to be covered by it is “morally reprehensible,” said Anna Gallagher, executive director of CLINIC.
SILVER SPRING, Maryland – More than 500 interfaith leaders and organizations have called on the Department of Homeland Security to end its so-called “Remain in Mexico” policy (Migration Protection Protocols) that requires asylum seekers at the southern border to wait in Mexico for months - or even years -while their asylum cases are processed in the United States. A letter delivered to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Feb.