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LATEST NEWS

Obama Will Seek Citizenship Path in One Fast Push

WASHINGTON — President Obama plans to push Congress to move quickly in the coming months on an ambitious overhaul of the immigration system that would include a path to citizenship for most of the 11 million illegal immigran Read more >

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Immigration Change to Ease Family Separations

Obama administration officials unveiled rules on Wednesday that will allow many American citizens — perhaps hundreds of thousands — to avoid long separations from immediate family members who are illegal immigrants as they apply to become legal residents. Read more >

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Migrants' Rights & International Solidarity

International Migrants Day: Interview with Catherine Tactaquin Part 1 Read more >

Remember - support immigrant justice in 2013!

 

As we close out 2012, we ask that you join NNIRR in making 2013 a banner year for immigrant justice -- a year in which the rights of immigrants grow and are validated in fair, genuine, humane immigration reforms. 

NNIRR Joins Global Allies at World Social Forum on Migration

NNIRR staff and members were excited to march with international delegates and local Filipino organizations and movements in the annual Bonifacio Day march in Manila on Nov. 30. The march was a part of culminating activities for participants at the World Social Forum on Migration, which took place there Nov. 26-30.

Immigration Reform Effort To Begin In Senate Post-Inauguration

WASHINGTON -- Senate Democrats are planning to quickly revisit immigration reform after President Barack Obama's inauguration, according to several Democratic sources. Read more >

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