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Advocates Furious at White House Over Deportation Program

The resistance to the immigration enforcement program Secure Communities has reached a deafening roar as immigrant rights groups ramp up their organizing to demand an end to the Obama administration’s aggressive deportation initiative. Read more >

Border Wall Could Cost 3 Times Estimates, Senate Democrats’ Report Says

WASHINGTON — President Trump’s plans to build a border wall could cost more than three times as much as initial estimates, Senate Democrats said in a report released on Tuesday, adding that the administration has yet to provide C Read more >

Feinstein Under Fire From Immigration Advocates

For immigration advocates rushing to beat back congressional momentum to crack down on so-called “sanctuary cities,” their chief worry isn’t the Republicans who control Capitol Hill.

It’s Sen. Dianne Feinstein. Read more >

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Here's to 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. Read more >

Supreme Court ruling on SB 1070

The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Arizona's racial profiling, anti-immigrant law SB 1070 on April 25, 2012 and is expected to make a decision mid-late June about whether or not it will uphold the four key provisions of the law that were blocked by the lower courts.  Read more >

Community Victory! Mark Gomes freed from ICE detention, reunited with family

At 10:30am on Friday, February 3rd, I got a call from a colleague with news that Mark Gomes, a Bangladeshi man who was detained in Georgia, had been released from ICE custody and was on his way home to his family in North Carolina.  Read more >

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