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.
NewsFebruary 16th, 2018
Tahirih submitted this letter to NBC4 Washington in response to a misleading story that calls into question life-saving legal protections for immigrant survivors of gender-based violence.
NewsMarch 7th, 2014
Like many criminals, Eva’s boss thought he would get away his abuse of Eva because she was an undocumented immigrant. He threatened to have Eva deported if she went to the police, and Eva kept quiet out of fear.
NewsJune 28th, 2013
Tahirih Justice Center praises the United States Senate’s passage yesterday of S. 744, the Border Security, Economic Opportunity and Immigration Modernization Act.
NewsMarch 15th, 2013
Being genuinely non-partisan helps ensure that Tahirih can weather all the storms that pass through Washington.
NewsMarch 1st, 2013
Each VAWA reauthorization represents a crucial opportunity not only to continue, but also to improve and increase, our nation’s commitment to ending domestic and sexual violence.
Action AlertsNovember 30th, 2012
House and Senate versions of VAWA are almost entirely the same, and only a few critical differences remain to be worked through. Tell Congress that we know that by working together in good faith and with a victim-centered approach, these differences can be resolved.