KIND greatly appreciates U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)’s new directive to help protect the parental rights of undocumented parents and legal guardians of minor children in the agency’s immigration enforcement activities. The new directive,
Yliana Johansen has spent the last two years helping children in California who have been abused, abandoned, or neglected in their home country, and who fled to the United States alone to reunite with their
Dear KIND Friend, As a supporter of our work, you know that KIND’s central mission is to provide pro bono representation to unaccompanied immigrant and refugee children so that no child has to face immigration
“Coming Together for Children Alone”KIND Benefit Gala Dinner, April 30, 2013 It is an honor to be with you here tonight to celebrate the work and accomplishments of KIND. I am a board member of
Yesterday was a great day for unaccompanied children in the Senate. The Senate Judiciary Committee has been working its way through more than 300 amendments to the Senate comprehensive immigration reform bill (S. 744) that
Victoria Reggie Kennedy, Philip Glass, and Pulitzer Prize-winning Journalist Sonia Nazario among Special Guests at “Coming Together for Children Alone”
Washington, DC, April 17, 2013 — Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) applauds the Senate’s Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill introduced today for its significant protections for children who have come to the United States alone.