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Search Results for: “asylum”
  • Fair Immigration Laws


    April 5th, 2015

    Right now, America’s immigration system is inefficient and inhumane, and it’s harming courageous immigrants fleeing violence. Even minor improvements to the existing immigration law would empower immigrant victims to report […]

  • Awards


    March 16th, 2015

    We are honored to be the recipient of numerous awards in recognition of excellence in programming and leadership, including:   GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency Tahirih has earned the Platinum […]

  • Kae

    Success Stories

    February 21st, 2015

    Kae wanted a future free of violence for both herself and her children. Through her perseverance and with the help of her attorneys, Kae was granted asylum.

  • Tahirih Calls on Congress to End Inhumane Detention of Traumatized Mothers and Children


    January 23rd, 2015

    Angela’s* son turned 3 inside the confines of a crowded detention center. He was stuck there, along with hundreds of other mothers and children fleeing violence in Central America.

  • 10 Tahirih Justice Center Victories of 2014


    January 21st, 2015

    As we begin a new year, we would like to take a moment to celebrate some of our top achievements in 2014. Your support throughout the year made these accomplishments possible – thank you! We anticipate many more opportunities to make an impact in the lives of immigrant women and girls in 2015.

  • It Has to Stop: Warehousing Women and Children is Inhumane


    December 14th, 2014

    When Maria talks about how escaping her abuser has meant ending up in jail with her daughter, she can’t hold back her tears. Before more jails for women and children spring up across the country, our nation needs to hear 2-year-old Sophie cough and watch 18-year-old Maria cry, like I did.

  • This Giving Tuesday, Make a Difference for Survivors Like Ann


    December 1st, 2014

    Ann risked everything to flee an abusive relationship in Kenya. Without an attorney, she faced impossible odds in the journey to justice. Thanks to your support, she was able to find free legal representation through Tahirih Justice Center, and she won asylum in the United States.