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  • Camille

    Success Stories

    July 9th, 2015

    Thanks to your support, for the first time in her life, Camille had somewhere to turn for help.

  • Report Finds Law to Protect Foreign Brides Has Not Been Fully Implemented

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    December 18th, 2014

    Almost a decade has elapsed since Congress passed the International Marriage Broker Regulation Act, but U.S. agencies have yet to fully implement and enforce the federal law to safeguard so-called “mail-order” brides from abuse and exploitation, according to a report issued last week.

  • Impact

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    August 14th, 2014

    Since 1997, Tahirih has answered more than 30,000 calls for help from immigrant survivors fleeing gender-based violence, providing the free legal services needed to achieve the immigration status to which […]

  • Tahirih Justice Center’s 25th Anniversary Gala

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    August 14th, 2014

    When Friday, May 13, 20224:00pm PT / 7:00pm ET Where The Ritz-Carlton, Pentagon City, VAThis event will also be live streamed   Please join us for our 25th Anniversary Gala, Journey to Justice: Progress & […]

  • A Night of Extraordinary Women

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    September 14th, 2011

    Do something! That’s what the courageous women activists and leaders urged at the launch of the Women in the World Foundation in Manhattan on Tuesday.

  • Representation Essential to the Success of an Immigrant’s Case

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    September 13th, 2011

    For women and girls like Tahirih’s clients, it is not enough to have just any attorney. Their unique gender-based violence cases require attorneys who are well-versed in both sensitive cultural issues and the extremely complicated and often unexplored territory of gender-based immigration law.

  • Tahirih Presses for Full Implementation of Law Protecting Foreign Brides

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    December 11th, 2008

    The Government Accountability Office released a report in August 2008 citing widespread gaps in federal agencies’ implementation and enforcement of IMBRA.