Tell the U.S. Government: Expanding the Definition of “Public Charge” Will Punish Survivors of Violence
Action AlertsDecember 5th, 2018
Tell the U.S. Government the new “public charge” rule unfairly punishes survivors who are simply trying to get back on their feet while they work toward self-sufficiency.
NewsNovember 15th, 2018
Tahirih Chief of Policy, Archi Pyati, wrote a letter to the editor of the Washington Post in response to the suggestion that asylum seekers are taking a shortcut.
NewsNovember 2nd, 2018
The Tahirih Justice Center is concerned about recent anti-immigrant rhetoric, not based in fact, seemingly being used to justify upcoming policy shifts that would undermine U.S. obligations under international and domestic law.
Action AlertsOctober 23rd, 2018
Tell our government that indefinite incarceration of children is inhumane. Submit your public comment today.
NewsSeptember 30th, 2018
Former Tahirih client, Aracley, and Tahirih Chief of Policy, Archi Pyati, were interviewed by CNN about the cumulative effects of the recent immigration policies on survivors.
NewsSeptember 26th, 2018
Lynn Pearson, Staff Attorney at Tahirih Atlanta, shares her reflections from her visit to a detention center in Texas.
NewsSeptember 25th, 2018
The Tahirih Justice Center is deeply concerned about the impact that the new rule expanding the definition of “public charge” will have on survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault, and related trauma.