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Publications

Browse our publications to learn more about how we protect courageous immigrant women and girls through service in communities, courts, and Congress.

  • Updated Tahirih Comments on Proposed Revisions to Fee Waiver Request Form

    Tahirih submitted supplemental comments on the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services’ (USCIS) proposed revisions to the fee waiver request form. While USCIS has revised the form in order to accomodate the unique circumstances of survivors, other unnecessary burdens remain. Tahirih urges USCIS to remove two other requirements that pose as barriers to legal remedies for survivors.

  • Tahirih Comments on Limited Scope Representation

    The Tahirih Justice Center submitted comments to the Executive Office of Immigration Review in support of expanding limited scope representation in immigration courts and proceedings before the Board of Immigration Appeals.

  • 2018 Impact Report

    With your help, in 2018 we:

    • Provided free legal services to 3,492 immigrant women and girls and their family members
    • Connected 633 clients and their family members with vital social services, including emergency shelter, food and clothing, and healthcare
    • Marshaled an army of 2,569 professionals from 474 top law firms and fortune 500 companies in our Pro Bono Network to leverage donated resources and maximize our capacity

    Read our full Impact Report for a snapshot of what we accomplished together!

  • Tahirih Comments on Tip Form

    The Tahirih Justice Center submitted comments in opposition to the proposed new Form G-1530. The new proposed “tip” form will allow individuals to report claims of immigration benefit fraud anonymously, which will embolden violence abusers and make it easier for them to carry out their threats.

  • Tahirih Statement on Preliminary Injunction on Remain in Mexico Policy

    The Tahirih Justice Center, plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging the Remain in Mexico policy, is relieved that a judge has issued a preliminary injunction in the case, forcing the policy to grind to a halt. Judge Seeborg ruled that Remain in Mexico must end nationwide, preserving the rights of asylum seekers and the agencies that are here to assist them.

  • Order Granting Preliminary Injunction Against Migration Protection Protocols

    District Court Judge Richard Seeborg of the Northern District of California ordered a preliminary injunction in the lawsuit challenging the Migration Protection Protocols, bringing the policy forcing asylum seekers to return to Mexico to a halt.

  • Tahirih Statement on House of Representatives Passing the Violence Against Women Act

    The Tahirih Justice Center celebrates the bi-partisan passage of H.R. 1585, a bill to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. The bill includes modest improvements to the law, which has served since its original passing in 1994 as a foundation for our nation’s response to sexual assault, domestic abuse, and other forms of gender-based violence.