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Publication Tag: Fair Immigration Laws
  • Tahirih Statement on Executive Order to Suspend Immigration

    Last night, the administration issued an executive order that will temporarily suspend some immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center condemns this order, which comes at a time– a global pandemic– when survivors need to feel comfortable seeking safety.

  • Tahirih Statement on Threat to Suspend Immigration to the U.S.

    Yesterday, the administration announced a proposed executive order that would temporarily suspend all immigration to the United States. The Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned by this news and continues to monitor for policy updates.

  • Letter to DHS and CDC on COVID-19 and the Expulsions of Asylum Seekers

    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 southern border during the COVID-19 pandemic. Closing the border will deny individuals fleeing violence the right to seek life-saving protection in the United States.

  • Preliminary Injunction Motion in A.B.-B. v. Morgan

    On April 13, 2020, Tahirih filed a motion for a preliminary injunction in the case A.B.-B. v. Morgan. Tahirih filed this lawsuit in March to challenge the use of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to screen asylum seekers for their ‘credible fear’ of persecution. This policy change violates federal immigration law and was enacted by officials who did not have the authority to do so.

  • Complaint Challenging the Use of CBP to Conduct Credible Fear Interviews

    On March 30, 2020, Tahirih filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the use of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to screen asylum seekers for their ‘credible fear’ of persecution. This policy change violates federal immigration law and was enacted by officials who did not have the authority to do so.

  • Tahirih Files Lawsuit Challenging the Use of CBP to Conduct Credible Fear Interviews

    Tahirih filed a lawsuit in federal court challenging the use of Customs and Border Patrol (CBP) agents to screen asylum seekers for their ‘credible fear’ of persecution. This policy change violates federal immigration law and was enacted by officials who did not have the authority to do so.

  • Tahirih Comments on EOIR Fee Proposal

    The Tahirih Justice Center filed comments opposing the administration’s proposed regulations that create additional, undue barriers for asylum seekers to access justice, including a $50 fee for defensive asylum applications and an 886% increase in the fee for filing an appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals.