Family Separation: Myth v. Fact

Published   on June 8, 2018

Download the Myth vs. Fact PDF here. Myth: Parents and children are quickly reunited after only a brief separation. Fact: Families are not immediately reunited once a parent is transferred to ICE custody.   Once

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Death by a Thousand Cuts

Published   on May 16, 2018

DEATH BY A THOUSAND CUTS THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION’S SYSTEMATIC ASSAULT ON THE PROTECTION OF UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN Since its first days, the Trump Administration has sought to limit protections for some of the most vulnerable migrants

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2017 Year in Review

Published   on March 9, 2018

As KIND enters its tenth year of ensuring that no child faces immigration court alone, we celebrate the bravery, resiliency and successes of the over 15,500 children we have served: boys and girls who came

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Amicus Brief relating to the use of administrative closure

Published   on February 27, 2018

In January 2018, the Attorney General invited briefing from amici curiae relating to the use of administrative closure to take a pending case off the immigration court’s active docket for an indefinite period.  This longstanding

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Support Bipartisan Legislation to Improve Border Security by Addressing Root Causes of Migration

Published   on February 12, 2018

Download the full fact sheet here. The Secure the Northern Triangle Act (SNTA) (H.R. 5850; S.3016), first introduced in 2016, improve the efficiency of the U.S. immigration system and strengthen border security by addressing the

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The TVPRA Is Not A Loophole

Published   on January 29, 2018

WHAT ARE THE TVPRA PROCEDURAL PROTECTIONS FOR UNACCOMPANIED CHILDREN? Are They “Loopholes” to Compliance with Our Immigration Enforcement System? Download the fact sheet here. The Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act of 2008 (TVPRA) created procedures

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Targeting Families

Published   on December 20, 2017

Targeting Families: How ICE Enforcement Against Parents and Family Members Endangers Children   EXECUTIVE SUMMARY With immigration policy at the forefront of national debates, harsh rhetoric has transformed into even crueler realities for the most

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2016 Annual Report

Published   on November 29, 2017


Immigrant Family Preparedness Guide for Georgia Families

Published   on October 5, 2017

If you are away from your children, it is a good idea to have a plan to make sure they are taken care of. If you want someone you trust to take care of your

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Resources to Prepare for Raids and Other Immigration Enforcement Actions

Published   on September 15, 2017

Compiled List of Know Your Rights/Community & Family Preparedness materials KYR wallet cards: ILRC’s Red Cards AILA Know Your Rights Handouts: If ICE Visits a Home, Employer, or Public Space USCCB video resources (English &

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