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“Remember, remember always, that all of us, you and I especially, are descended from immigrants and revolutionists.”

— President Franklin D. Roosevelt

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“Everywhere immigrants have enriched and strengthened the fabric of American life.”

— President John F. Kennedy

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“We the people of this continent are not afraid of foreigners because many of use were once foreigners.”

— Pope Francis

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“A child on the other side of the border is no less worthy of love and compassion than my own child.”

— President Barack Obama

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“A broken immigration system means broken families and broken lives.”

— Jose Antonio Vargas

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“America was built by immigrants. Immigrants come here for work - to contribute and get to a better place. That's my story. It's a story of hope.”

— Dania Ramirez

Immigration Rights News

Mexico makes agreement with US to deport migrants from its border cities amid ongoing surge in illegal migration

By Rosa Flores On September 23, 2023 Mexico has made an agreement with the United States to deport migrants from its border cities to their home countries and take several…
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Secretary Mayorkas Announces Extension and Redesignation of Afghanistan for Temporary Protected Status

From The Department of Homeland Security On September 21, 2023 Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas today announced the extension and redesignation of Afghanistan for Temporary Protected Status (TPS)…
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USCIS Clarifies Guidance for EB-1 Eligibility Criteria

On September 12, 2023 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is issuing policy guidance in our Policy Manual to clarify the types of evidence that we may evaluate to determine eligibility…
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Affirmative Asylum Applicants Must Provide Interpreters Starting Sept. 13

On September 11, 2023 U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reminds affirmative asylum applicants that, starting Sept. 13, 2023, you must bring an interpreter to your asylum interview if you are…
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Fact Sheet

  • Simply being in America without documentation is not a crime.
  • A single deportation costs the average American $10,000
    America’s Voice
  • The immigrant community is a net benefit to the U.S. economy, as the average immigrant pays more in taxes than they collect in government services.
    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Without guest workers, the US economy would lose billions of dollars a year in agricultural production and much of the current production would go overseas.
    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities
  • Of the 19 hijackers that attacked the U.S. on 9-11, 18 entered the country on tourist or business visas and 1 on a student visa. None entered as immigrants or refugees.
  • In 2017, about 29 million immigrants were working or looking for work in the U.S., making up some 17% of the total civilian labor force.
    Pew Research Center
  • As the Baby Boom generation heads into retirement, immigrants and their children are expected to offset a decline in the working-age population by adding about 18 million people of working age between 2015 and 2035.
    Pew Research Center
  • A country's economical output is higher and grows faster with more immigrants.

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Migration and internal displacement are among the most pressing topics on the international agenda today. Refugees, and immigrants especially, are faced with many barriers once they arrive on our shores.

  • Raising children and helping them succeed in school
  • Securing work
  • Securing housing
  • Accessing social services
  • Transportation
  • Cultural barriers
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Oftentimes, undocumented immigrants are unaware of their full rights while in the US and are unable to receive proper legal support when facing deportation. That’s partly because existing legal services are severely overwhelmed. Currently, the country’s 58 immigration courts face a backlog of more than half a million cases, and immigrants are represented by a small number of often pro-bono groups.

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If you are interested in seeing change, contact your local and state politician to inform them. This is a basic right every citizen has to be able to make your beliefs known to the person who is supposed to represent you in government.

Speak Spanish? Speak ‘legalese’? Have teaching experience? Know how to make a photocopy? Have a spare room?

You might be a perfect candidate to volunteer with immigrant populations — both documented and undocumented. Volunteering is a great way for concerned citizens to help undocumented immigrants. It also gives immigrants an opportunity to interact with someone outside of their immediate family, and even their neighborhood.

Volunteer translators and interpreters help translate birth certificates, sit in on oath ceremonies, and facilitate community events. Lawyers are needed for pro-bono representation and legal advising.

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With unprecedented access to ICE operations, as well as moving portraits of immigrants, this docuseries takes a deep look at US immigration today. Filmed from 2017-2020, what goes on in the Trump-era ICE operations is uncovered.

Where to WatchNetflix

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America's broken immigration system leaves a slew of victims in its rudderless wake. Film reveals the staggering human and material cost of illegal immigration to the U.S.A. Documentary is a raw depiction of death, torture and hardship suffered by Americans and foreigners due to illegal immigration. Due to possible political backlash all crew have voluntarily withheld their credits from the film.

Where to Watch: Amazon, YouTube, Tubi

What does the “American dream” look like through the eyes of today's immigrants and refugees? From Nigeria, India, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, and the Israeli-occupied West Bank, they come with different dreams: to achieve athletic glory or high-tech riches, to escape poverty and persecution, to provide for their families. This seven-part series follows these newcomers from each of their homelands through their first tumultuous years in America.

Where to Watch: Amazon Prime Video

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