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Posts tagged Fair Immigration Laws
  • Firsthand Response to Migrant Caravan


    September 27th, 2019

    In response to the caravan of migrants traveling from Central America to the U.S.-Mexico border earlier this year, my close Tahirih colleague, Guadalupe, and I visited a migrant camp. The […]

  • Trump’s Asylum Crackdown Intensifies the Fight for Refugee Rights


    September 27th, 2019

    The Nation featured Aicha Abdoulaye Mahamane, Tahirih Client Ambassador, in an article on how new policy changes have significantly impacted survivors of gender-based violence. Aicha and Tahirih SF Bay Area Executive Director, Morgan Weibel, discuss how survivors and their attorneys are navigating rapid shifts in asylum law and the immigration system.

  • At the Border and Beyond: Women Lawyers Defend Unprecedented Attacks on Asylum Law


    September 19th, 2019

    The American Bar Association reported on the impact of administration’s evolving policies at the southern border, as well as the impact on immigration attorneys working with asylum seekers.

  • Appeals court puts limit on order blocking asylum ban


    September 11th, 2019

    In a series of rulings on the third country asylum ban, The Hill reported on the Ninth Circuit’s decision to lift a preliminary injunction on the ban, just two days after that ruling was made. This decision allows the administration’s asylum ban to continue along the border in New Mexico and Texas. Julie Carpenter, Tahirih Senior Litigation Counsel, commented.

  • Trump Faces Long-Shot Bid to Jail Migrant Families Indefinitely


    August 22nd, 2019

    Bloomberg quoted Tahirih Senior Immigration Policy Counsel, Irena Sullivan, in an article about the administration’s plan to change a rule regarding how long migrant families may be detained for.

  • Tell the U.S. Government: We Oppose the Asylum Ban

    Action Alerts

    August 1st, 2019

    Use your voice to tell the U.S. government that you oppose the newest asylum ban. We must tell the government that every individual deserves a chance to demonstrate their eligibility for asylum and need for protection.

  • Lawyers Are Furious That Immigration Courts Are Getting Rid of Interpreters


    July 25th, 2019

    VICE quoted Tahirih Bay Area Executive Director, Morgan Weibel, in an article about the administration’s new steps to eliminate in-person interpreters from immigration courts.