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Ensuring that no child appears in immigration court without high quality legal representation;
Advancing laws, policies, and practices that ensure children’s protection and uphold their right to due process and fundamental fairness; and
Promoting in countries of origin, transit, and destination durable solutions to child migration that are grounded in the best interests of the child and ensure that no child is forced to involuntarily migrate.
Your help could mean the difference between a child who needs protection being sent back to their home country where their life may be in danger – and the child being able to stay in the U.S. to live in safety and freedom.
For too long, immigrant and refugee children have been subject to harmful policies. Make your voice heard and urge the Biden Administration to restore fairness and protect children on the move.
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No child should ever face immigration court alone. Learn more about KIND, who we are, and what we do to protect unaccompanied migrant and refugee children with our KIND Fact Sheet.Read More
President Biden came into office in January 2021 with a sweeping agenda to reform the U.S. immigration system to ensure that it is “fair, safe, and orderly” and more humane. His Administration promised to address the chaos and confusion at the U.S.-Mexico border created by the previous Administration and end the cruel policies that further […]Read More
Parents and children who were forcibly separated by the U.S. government at the U.S.-Mexico border between January 20, 2017 – January 20, 2021, can apply to return to the United States and reunify. Please call the Help Desk at KIND for more information and assistance.Read More
Gender-based violence has long been one of the main drivers of migration from Central America to the United States. Widespread violence, including sexual abuse, human trafficking, and violence in the home and family, combined with a lack of access to protection and justice forces children and women to flee in search of safety. Drawing on […]Read More