No Deal: No immigration trade-offs at the expense of unaccompanied children and vulnerable populations
KIND is a staunch supporter of DACA and the DREAM Act and will continue to seek passage of the DREAM Act and strongly support DREAMERS. KIND will not, however, support any legislation, legislative language, administrative
KIND’s Houston office opened today, September 5, 2017. Please see below for continued emergency resources for the Houston area. Las oficinas de KIND en Houston estarán cerradas por motivo del Huracán Harvey hasta nuevo anuncio.
KIND’s Fresno and San Francisco staff hosted a resource fair this past week with over 30 Central Valley based clients attending with their families. The resource fair took place in the UC Merced Fresno Center.
May 26, 2017—Yesterday, during a Senate Appropriations Homeland Security Subcommittee budget hearing, U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly grossly mischaracterized the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Unaccompanied Alien Children program
Children were center-stage at KIND’s 2017 Coming Together for Children Alone Annual Gala, where 350 KIND supporters and other friends from across the country celebrated the dedication of partner firms and corporations which have donated
KIND deplores the chemical attack in Idlib Province, Syria, in which more than 70 civilians were killed, including 20 children. “This violence is appalling in itself, but when children are targeted, suffocating to death while
Ninth Circuit Decision: Upholding the United States’ Long-Standing Commitment to the Most Vulnerable
KIND welcomes the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ decision to uphold the temporary restraining order on President Trump’s executive order banning refugees and travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries. “Refugees are among the most vulnerable
Four children from El Salvador who were granted refugee status through the U.S. Central American Minors program were held in detention at Miami International Airport January 30, 2017 after being told by U.S. government officials