NewsApril 30th, 2019
Tahirih is deeply concerned about the likelihood of new regulations pursuant to the presidential proclamation on April 29, which will make it nearly impossible for asylum seekers to access the rights to which they are entitled under international and domestic law.
NewsApril 9th, 2019
Tahirih celebrates a federal judge’s decision blocking the Administration’s policy of sending asylum seekers to Mexico while their cases are pending.
Despite the #MeToo Movement, Roll-Backs in Protection Endanger Immigrant Women: It is Time for #ImmigrantWomenToo
NewsMarch 27th, 2019
Tahirih SF Bay Area Executive Director Morgan Weibel wrote about the importance of recognizing the plight of immigrant survivors of violence.
NewsMarch 7th, 2019
The Nation interviewed Tahirih Chief of Policy Archi Pyati on the “Remain in Mexico” policy and Tahirih’s role in the lawsuit challenging the policy.
Facing Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric and ICE Raids, Fewer Undocumented Victims Willing to Report Domestic Violence
NewsFebruary 22nd, 2019
Tahirih SF Bay Area Executive Director Morgan Weibel was interviewed about the impact of anti-immigrant rhetoric on immigrant survivors of violence.
NewsFebruary 14th, 2019
Tahirih Justice Center filed a brief in support of a Honduran survivor of domestic violence who is seeking asylum, challenging the Board of Immigration Appeals’ application of Matter of A-B-.
NewsFebruary 4th, 2019
Tahirih Houston Executive Director, Anne Chandler, spoke to Houston Public Media about delays in immigration processing.