General Immigration


Seeking a Home in Nogales

If we look at it from the legal perspective, living here is a crime,” explained Susana Salazar, gazing out over snaking dirt roads, powerlines, and the patchwork of improvised homes that over 10,000 families call home. Read more >

For Struggling Families in San Ysidro, Immigration Status and Housing Work Against Each Other

San Ysidro, a community perched on the U.S.-Mexico border, attracts people who are often in flux. Read more >

Anniversaries: Chinese Exclusion Act, Employer Sanctions & More

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Marching for justice tomorrow: Link the Fights for Climate Justice and Migrant Rights

For the second weekend in a row, hundreds of thousands of people are expected to take to the streets -- this time to support climate justice, and to rally against the Trump Administration's proposals that threaten the future of the planet and her people.  Read more >

Keep up pressure on Congress: No funding now - or in the future - for the Wall and other Border Militarization

Although President Trump has not given up his mission of building a "big, beautiful" border wall, funding for the wall, and possibly other contentious issues such as more detention beds, more agents, and a rider on funding for sanctuary cities seems to be on hold as Congress works to complete 2017 budget negotiations before a "gover Read more >

On International Women's Day 2017: Claiming Human Rights for Women in Migration...and for All

This is a particularly significant year for women. Women are increasingly standing up for their rights and leading resistance to so many forms of oppression and injustice around the world. This is also true for women in migration -- whether they are migrants themselves, have remained home while other family members migrate, or have been affected by the deportations of those near and dear to them. Read more >

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