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Posts tagged Greater DC
  • Tahirih Condemns Executive Order to Suspend Immigration to the U.S.

    News

    April 23rd, 2020

    Last night, the administration issued an executive order that will temporarily suspend some immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center condemns this order, which comes at a time– […]

  • Journey to Justice

    News

    April 22nd, 2020

    Join Tahirih for our coast-to-coast virtual event this Friday, April 24!

  • Tahirih Statement on Threat to Suspend Immigration to the U.S.

    News

    April 21st, 2020

    Yesterday, the administration announced a proposed executive order that would temporarily suspend all immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned by this news and continues […]

  • Analysis: The Impact of COVID-19 on Immigrant Survivors

    News

    March 23rd, 2020

    This brief analysis examines the gaps in the immigration, health care, and public benefits systems that make immigrant survivors especially vulnerable during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Statement: Impact of COVID-19 on Immigrant Survivors of Gender-Based Violence

    News

    March 19th, 2020

    As daily activities have ground to a halt in the United States to slow the spread of COVID-19, Americans have been pushed into an unprecedented state of isolation, unemployment, and stress. For immigrant survivors of gender-based violence, many of whom are living with the effects of trauma or coping with ongoing abuse, this is an especially difficult time.

  • Tahirih’s Response to COVID-19

    News

    March 16th, 2020

    As our world adjusts to a new reality in its efforts to contain the coronavirus, our CEO, Layli Miller-Muro, speaks about Tahirih’s response.

  • Isabel Alejandra Gomez

    People

    February 15th, 2020

    Isabel joined Tahirih in 2019. As an Immigration Attorney with our Greater DC office, Isabel represents women and girls fleeing gender-based violence before U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Immigration […]