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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

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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

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LATEST NEWS

'Illegal immigrant' no more

The AP Stylebook today is making some changes in how we describe people living in a country illegally.

Senior Vice President and Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll explains the thinking behind the decision:

The Stylebook no longer sanctions the term “illegal immigrant” or the use of “illegal” to describe a person. Instead, it tells users that “illegal” should describe only an action, such as living in or immigrating to a country illegally.

Why did we make the change? Read more >

5 Things You Need to Know About the Immigration Agreement

It was announced over the weekend the bipartisan Senate "Gang of Eight" came to an agreement in principle Read more >

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Immigration talks back on track, union says

Talks on a new visa program for low-skilled workers are “back on the right track” after a dispute over wages stalled progress on a Senate immigration reform bill, the lead union negotiator said Wednesday.

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University of Arizona to Release Comprehensive Survey about Migration and Border Security

Tucson, Arizona-On Thursday, March 28th, researchers from the University of Arizona will be presenting a groundbreaking new study that answers key questions about immigration and border security. The study surveyed over 1,100 deportees and explores their experiences crossing into the U.S., being apprehended by U.S. authorities, and returned to Mexico. Each survey contained 250 questions and took about one hour to administer with randomly selected individuals at ports of entry and in migrant shelters in Mexico. Read more >

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