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350 Organizations Sign Sharp Rebuke to Ryan's Immigration Bill: Does Not End Family Separation

WASHINGTON, DC - In the final hours before the House votes, 350 organizations from across the nation have come together to express their vehement opposition to the Ryan immigration bill, which fails to put an end to President Trump's family separation policy and also puts children and their parents in internment camps. Read more >

Border Militarization Bills Aim to Separate More Families While Holding Dreamers Hostage

SOUTHERN BORDER --  House Republicans will introduce two border militarization bills next week that would waste $25 billion on Trump's vanity wall and hire thousands of unaccountable border agents, while separating more kids from their parents and holding Dreamers hostage. Read more >

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Rep. Grijalva Crossed into Mexico to Meet with Asylum Seekers During Sec. Nielsen Visit to U.S. Border

NOGALES, AZ—Today, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen visited Nogales for a border tour with Rep. Martha McSally. Read more >

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US government withdrawal from Global Compact for Migration process abandons commitments and global responsibility

Statement from US Civil Society Participants Read more >

Rep. Goodlatte’s “Agricultural Guestworker Act” Would Condemn Agricultural Workers to Exploitative Working Conditions

On October 25, 2017, the House Judiciary Committee passed Chairman Goodlatte’s (R-Va.) “Agricultural Guestworker Act,” HR 4092, by a vote of 17-16. Read more >

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With DACA’s Future in the Balance, New MPI Brief Finds Vast Majority of Those Eligible Are in the Labor Force, with 1 in 4 Juggling Work and College

WASHINGTON — Three-quarters of the unauthorized immigrants over age 16 eligible for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program were in the labor force, with 24 percent juggling both a job and college studies, a new Migration Policy Institute (MPI) issue brief finds. Read more >

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UndocuBlack and NILC Seek to Uncover the Truth Behind Trump Administration TPS Decision

Civil Rights and Social Justice Groups to Urge the Trump Administration to Re-Authorize Temporary Protected Status for Haitians Read more >

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Free Download of New World Border Video

As relevant today as it was in 2001 when it was produced, the New World Border video puts migration into perspective. It documents the rise in human rights abuses along the U.S.-Mexico border since the implementation of border blockades, which have been erected in populated areas throughout the border region over the past couple of decades. Read more >

Migration control is not only about keeping people out – UN experts call for vision and leadership

NEW YORK (24 October 2016) – Migration governance cannot be only about closing borders and keeping people out, said two United Nations human rights experts calling on UN member states to develop long-term strategies and policies to facilitate rather than restrict migration. Read more >

ELEPHANT REVIVAL WORKS TO RAISE AWARENESS OF REFUGEE CRISIS

NNIRR's sends its thanks to all at Elephant Revival for their commitment and support, for taking a stand for fairness, for justice, for humanity. Read more >