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Posts tagged Detention
  • Letter to ICE on Order of Removal

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    November 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.

  • Tahirih Statement on Flores Regulation

    Pubs

    August 21st, 2019

    The Tahirih Justice Center is strongly opposed to the administration’s announcement of a finalized rule to allow indefinite incarceration of immigrant families with children, including survivors of gender-based violence. Under […]

  • Tahirih Statement on Preliminary Injunction on Remain in Mexico Policy

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    April 9th, 2019

    Tahirih is relieved that a judge issued an order forcing the ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy to grind to a halt.

  • Tahirih Statement on Asylum Restrictions at the Border

    Pubs

    November 9th, 2018

    The Tahirih Justice Center strongly condemns the President’s decision to restrict asylum protections to those seeking asylum between ports of entry.

  • Talking Points on the Upcoming Asylum Ban

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    November 2nd, 2018

    The Tahirih Justice Center and partner organizations offer these talking points on the upcoming executive order restricting the entry of migrants at the southern border.

  • Tahirih Comments on Flores Regulation

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    October 31st, 2018

    The Tahirih Justice Center submitted these comments to the Department of Homeland Security in response to the new proposed regulation which will allow the indefinite detention of children.

  • Brief Analysis of Proposed DHS/HHS Rule on Detention of Children

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    September 14th, 2018

    This brief analysis summarizes the main points of a proposed rule which would lengthen the time a child can be held in detention.