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International Migrants Day - December 18

Celebrating the lives, rights and contributions of migrants around the world!

Ratify UN Migrant Workers Convention

Sign the Pledge of Support

Immigration Reform Updates and Resources

Justice for All!

Migrant Children Crossing the U.S.-Mexico Border

Updates, Background, Action for Humanitarian Response

Human Rights at International Borders

Organizing globally for safe and humane borders

Information, Analysis, Resources, Updates

LATEST NEWS

State to add 4,000 cameras along the Texas-Mexico border

 Some of the 4,000 surveillance cameras that will be installed along the Texas-Mexico border will be in El Paso, state officials announced earlier this week.

The cameras will be installed along more than 800 miles of border from El Paso to Brownsville.

DPS spokesman Tom Vinger said he would not discuss the location nor how many cameras would be placed in the El Paso area. Read more >

Bill de Blasio Will Go to Washington to Fight for Immigration Reform

Mayor Bill de Blasio will rally a coalition of mayors nationwide to fight for immigration reform in Washington, bringing the Democratic leaders to Capitol Hill this February.

Mr. de Blasio, speaking with a handful of mayors at his back following an immigration summit at Gracie Mansion today, said he would lead a “coalition of the willing” to support President Barack Obama’s immigration executive order and try to sway lawmakers, many of them Republicans, to support more comprehensive immigration reform like a pathway to citizenship for the undocumented. Read more >

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U.S. to Continue Racial, Ethnic Profiling in Border Policy

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration will soon issue new rules curtailing the use of profiling, but federal agents will still be allowed to consider race and ethnicity when stopping people at airports, border crossings and immigration checkpoints, according to several government officials. Read more >

Deadly Divide: Migrant Death on the Border

Over 6,000 migrant deaths were recorded on the U.S. side of the border with Mexico between 1998 and 2013. The true number of deaths is likely higher, and thousands of families never hear from their loved ones again. Read more >

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