PubsNovember 29th, 2021
Tahirih sent a letter to Immigration and Customs Enforcement concerning the methods of delivery that should be used for immigration court notices used as the basis for an in absentia order of removal. The letter stresses that ICE must account for the effects of trauma on people seeking asylum and coordinate its address lists with the Executive Office for Immigration Review.
PubsMay 21st, 2021
Tahirih, the Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services, and Innovation Law Lab submitted a letter to the Executive Office for Immigration Review concerning agency policies that create […]
PubsMay 7th, 2021
President Biden issued an Executive Order on February 2, 2021 requiring the Department of Justice and the Department of Homeland Security to evaluate whether the United States (U.S.) protects survivors […]
PubsMay 6th, 2021
The undersigned advocacy and direct service organizations, law school clinics, and professors welcome the Administration’s February 2, 2021 Executive Order (the Order) directing the Department of Homeland Security and Department […]
PubsJune 22nd, 2020
Tahirih and more than 500 organizations signed on to a letter to urge the government to extend the comment period for the newest proposed asylum regulations.
PubsApril 24th, 2020
This letter was sent to the Acting Director of Atlanta Field Office, Office of Enforcement & Removal Operations, in support of a Tahirih Atlanta client who is currently detained.
PubsApril 16th, 2020
The Tahirih Justice Center signed a letter, joined by over 120 legal, faith-based, humanitarian, human rights and community organizations, to object to the Department of Homeland Security’s closure of the […]