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New Report: Reform Alternatives to Immigrant Detention

Newark, NJ (July 3, 2012)—As the nation celebrates its independence, a new report serves as a chilling reminder of the unnecessary restrictions placed on the liberty of thousands of immigrants each day. Freed but not Free: A Report Examining the Current Use of Alternatives to Immigration Detention is the first report focused on shedding light on the flaws, inconsistencies, and human impact of current Alternative to Detention (ATD) programs in New Jersey and nationally.

Court Ruling Invites More Racial Profiling in Arizona

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NNIRR's Response to the US Supreme Court Ruling on Arizona's SB 1070: Read more >

Breaking it Down: Border Patrol Strategic Plan 2012 - 2016

On May 8th, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) released a new 5-year strategy on border control and enforcement, the first in eight years. It essentially ushers in a new era in immigration policing, including harsher and more aggressive prosecution for anyone who attempts to cross the border from Texas' Rio Grande Valley to San Diego, CA. Read more >

We Welcome Promise to Stop the Deportation of (Some) Young Immigrants: Safety and Security for All Immigrants Still a Dream

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Information: Catherine Tactaquin, ctactaquin@nnirr.org Laura Rivas, lrivas@nnirr.org

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New Obama policy will spare some from deportation

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration will stop deporting and begin granting work permits to younger illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children and have since led law-abiding lives. The election-year initiative addresses a top priority of an influential Latino electorate that has been vocal in its opposition to administration deportation policies. Read more >

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Supreme Court ruling on SB 1070

On Monday, June 25th, the Supreme Court struck down three of the four provisions challenged by the Obama administration establishing that immigration policy is the responsibility of the federal government and not the states.

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